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Fact-check: Was this EU flag torn down after far-right's election win?
In the footage, a man climbs onto an administrative building in Rome and replaces the EU flag with the Italian tricolour flag, while a crowd of protesters chant "Italy, nation, revolution".
Severe droughts 'could be the norm' in the EU by 2050, experts say
Droughts could mean that "part of the Mediterranean region will become problematic when it comes to agriculture", MEPs were told on Wednesday.
Here's what a Meloni government in Italy could mean for the EU
Here's what a Meloni government in Italy could mean for the EU.
Debate: How are EU cities adapting to be more sustainable & accessible
Listen to our My Europe debate on what European cities are doing to be more sustainable and accessible.
EU to prepare new sanctions against Russia following Putin's speech
The European Commission president said the penalties will focus on "civilian technology as Russia moves to a full war economy."
European lawmakers issue joint appeal for EU-Taiwan investment deal
A cross-party group of legislators urged the European Commission to "make haste" with an investment agreement.
NGOs launch legal action against EU over 'nuclear & gas greenwashing'
The NGOs argue that the inclusion of gas and nuclear in the EU Taxonomy violates the European Climate Law and the bloc's obligations under the 2015 Paris Agreement.
MEPs across the political spectrum criticise von der Leyen's speech
European People's Party President Manfred Weber took issue with the European Parliament not being consulted on plans for a one-time levy on energy companies.
What do Europeans think about the state of the EU?
From concerns about the energy crisis to a sense that the war has united the EU, here is what Europeans say about the state of the union.
EU countries must avoid 'backtracking' on climate goals, UN says
The United Nations' acting human rights chief urged European Union member states not to backtrack on their climate goals in the face of an energy crisis.
State of the Union: What's the story behind the EU's keynote speech?
Delivered by the president of the European Commission, the EU's State of the Union speech marks the official start of the new legislative year.
EU energy ministers move closer to price cap on all gas imports
EU member states endorsed four of the five measures proposed by the European Commission and invited the executive to propose a price cap on all gas imports.
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Europe's week: Energy woes continue and Queen Elizabeth II dies
Here's a look at the top stories from Europe this week.
Europe's energy crisis: How will EU ministers address rising prices?
We spoke to experts about the EU energy crisis and how member states will address the high prices.
How is Europe reacting to the death of Queen Elizabeth II?
European leaders mourned the Queen and paid tribute to the historic duration of her reign and her history of service to the United Kingdom.
Energy ministers discuss savings and caps to curb power prices
A proposal to establish a price cap on Russian gas has become divisive and is likely to be discarded.
Russia has turned off Nord Stream 1. Here's what it means for the EU.
The energy crisis could last up to four years.
Energy crisis: Six things you need to know about the EU's gas storage
Gas storage has emerged as a national security priority to prepare countries for a total suspension of Russian supplies.
Brussels sets out plans to restrict visas for Russian nationals
The proposed guidelines by Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson come less than a week after EU foreign ministers backed the motion at an informal meeting in Prague.
Liz Truss: EU stress Ukraine cooperation but Brexit still looms
Brussels said it hoped for "new beginnings" but made clear its position on Brexit "has not changed one iota."
Europe's week: Energy crisis dominates Brussels and Gorbachev dies
What drove the week in Brussels? Here's our breakdown of the top stories.
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What are Schengen visas? What benefits do they offer for travellers?
The EU has agreed to make it harder for Russian tourists to obtain a visa.
EU agrees to scrap Russia visa deal but stops short of tourist ban
Germany, France, Spain and Portugal were among those who opposed an outright visa ban for Russian nationals.
Germany and France oppose growing calls for EU visa ban for Russians
Eastern European countries argue the war in Ukraine merits the total suspension of Russian tourism.
Energy crisis: How a Dutch market sets Europe's gas prices
All eyes are on the Title Transfer Facility, where gas prices have been breaking records on a daily basis.
EU must reform to cope with enlarging to 30-36 members, says Scholz
Scholz said the EU must adapt now for the arrival of new members such as Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and countries in the Western Balkans.