Christmas markets around Europe are open for business — including in Strasbourg, which refuses to be cowed by last year’s Islamist gun rampage.
It's back to school at the European Parliament as the first plenary session takes place today since the EU May's elections. Old faces are returning to the corridors of power and new ones are trying to find their way around. Some who never thought they'd be back, have unexpectedly returned.
There was unanimity among EU top job hopefuls Euronews interviewed: moving the EU parliament to Strasbourg every month is a waste of money. We asked an expert whether the €114m-a-year decampments will ever be scrapped.
EU politicians lament the loss of Notre Dame.
Check out Strasbourg in 60 to see what is planned for MEPs this week.
It's the last plenary session for many MEPs next week, our Brussels correspondent took to the road to speak to the people who live along the route that many MEPs travel from Brussels to Strasbourg up to 30 times a year.
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The stone used to lie in a synagogue at the same location which the Nazis burnt down in 1940.
French authorities have opened an investigation on Saturday (March 2), into the vandalisation of a memorial stone marking the site of Strasbourg's Old Synagogue, which was destroyed by the Nazis during World War Two.
Euronews brings you the latest news and updates as it happens this morning.
The dramatic final moments of Strasbourg attack suspect Cherif Chekatt were revealed by Paris prosecutor Remy Heitz on Friday.