European leaders seem blind to reality in pursuit of idealistic goals, labouring under the false hope that Iran will moderate its behaviour in return for economic aid.
Earlier this week, Trump put pressure on EU leaders to take back radicalised citizens. Now he is saying he will not be doing the same for a US-born woman who left to join the so-called Islamic State.
The EU added several new territories to their list of countries who have been lax on criminal money laundering activities.
The European Commission has added Saudi Arabia to a blacklist of nations that are seen to pose a threat because of poor controls on terrorism financing and money laundering.
So-called Islamic State said they carried out both attacks, supposedly their first in the country.
Three refugees have been arrested in Germany on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack, federal prosecutors said.
At least 20 people have been killed by two bombs during a church service in the southern Philippines.
Italy's Interior Ministry said it is looking for 30 criminals wanted in their native country but hiding abroad.
Parliament's president Antonio Tajani to pay tribute to Italian and Polish journalists
A man is in court accused of shooting dead four people at a Jewish museum in Belgium in 2014.
We look back at the biggest stories across Europe that you need to know about today.
Two individuals and a government agency added to terrorist list
Men were killed in series of co.ordinated raids in Giza and the Sinai.
Seat of country's Catholic Archbishop targeted in attack by unknown assailants.
At least 43 people have been killed and 10 have been left injured after gunmen attacked a government building in Kabul on Monday, authorities say.
The eastern French city of Strasbourg has honoured the victims of Tuesday's terrorist attack.
A judge from the Brazilian Supreme Court has ordered the arrest of Italian former left-wing guerrilla Cesare Battisti, opening the way for his extradition, according to reports.
Co-operation and information-sharing to be strengthened among member states
French police are hunting down a gunman gunman who killed three and injured 11 in Strasbourg on Tuesday evening.
Chris Phillips, former head of the UK National Counter Terrorism Security Office, offered insights on why Strasbourg was targeted, what police are likely doing to deal with the situation, and the need for businesses to be better prepared for such events.
The number of deaths from terrorism is down for the third consecutive year, the Global Terrorism Index 2018 says. But the far-right political terrorism is on the rise, it adds.
If the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal it will be cut out from the bloc's databases on which DNA, fingerprints and information about suspects are shared.
Online hate must be combatted, and will is not enough – we must ensure the tools we are using are as optimal as they can be. Failure on either front will mean those who spread hate online win.
Euronews talks to David Vallat, a member of the group responsible for the 1995 bombings in Paris and Lyon and the first jihadist born in France to be imprisoned in France.
Al-Shabaab Islamic militants claim responsibility for triple suicide bombing in Mogadishu, which is now known to have killed at least 39.
Denmark is calling for the EU to impose fresh sanctions on Iran, accusing Tehran of being behind a foiled assassination plot on Danish soil.