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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.
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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.
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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 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
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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.
Europe's gas prices have broken a new record. How high can they go?
The latest announcement from Gazprom sent gas prices to an all-time high, raising the alarm across the continent.
European nations scramble to help households with soaring energy bills
Europe is facing a sharp rise in power bills driven by skyrocketing gas prices.
Spanish NGO pushes for Europe's first tobacco-free generation
Spanish public health NGO NoFumadores wants the European Commission to legislate to "save new generations from falling into tobacco addiction".
The Afro-Italians shaking up Italy's rigid national identity
African Italians are frequently cast as outsiders in Italian society even though their history goes back decades.
Here's where EU countries stand on tourist visa bans for Russians
EU foreign affairs ministers are scheduled to discuss the issue during an informal meeting in Prague on 30-31 August.
Is corruption really getting worse in Europe or are perceptions wrong?
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UK starts legal action over exclusion from EU science programmes
"The EU is in clear breach of our agreement, repeatedly seeking to politicise vital scientific cooperation by refusing to finalise access to these important programmes," said UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss.
Which countries use the euro as their currency?
Now, the euro area includes 19 European Union member states. Croatia will soon join the eurozone as its 20th member.