Europe

Flood hit communities in Belgium reeling one year on, as economic crisis aggravates situation

Communities in the east of Belgium are struggling to recover from floods that hit them hard last year, as Europe's economic woes hamper their recovery.The devastating downpour of rain...

Meet the Europeans flying the flag for Scotland after court rules out second independence referendum

Their numbers were few, but the backdrops were among the most iconic in Europe. In the hours after Britain's...

Greece ‘turning a page’ as it exits enhanced surveillance programme 12 years after bailout

Greece will be "turning a page in its modern history" as the European Commission confirmed on Wednesday that...

Cycling’s coming home? Copenhagen gears up for Tour de France Grand Départ

Bike-friendly Copenhagen is gearing up to host the start of the world's most famous cycling race.The Tour de...

EU should ‘stay alert’ after Silicon Valley Bank collapse despite ‘limited impact,’ says McGuinness

The collapse of the Silicon Valley Bank appears to be having a "limited" impact on the European Union...

Across Europe, a lot of women turn to Danish sperm to get pregnant. Here’s why

With her biological clock ticking louder and louder, and a partner whose wish for children had already been fulfilled, Kim, a 37-year-old woman from...

Brussels, my love? European mayors gather in Brussels to brainstorm how to go green

The Euronews Brussels bureau brings you its latest episode of a talk show that aims to break down European news and politics to make...

Bulgarian election contenders present their case on Euronews

While the security of Europe is in deep crisis, Bulgaria goes to elections for the fifth time in two years. Joining us for this...

State of the Union: Von der Leyen goes hard on China and inflation in the EU persists

When you are about to be somebody’s guest, chances are you find some nice words of praise for your host beforehand – just to...

‘No coherence’: Chinese EU Ambassador blasts Ursula von der Leyen for siding with US ‘hard-liners’

A day after delivering a scathing speech on China, Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, has been criticised for distorting...

Eurozone inflation falls sharply but core rate reaches new record high of 5.7%

Core inflation across the eurozone reached a new all-time of 5.7% in March, according to preliminary figures, offering a stark reminder of how entrenched...