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Approved! EU countries endorse Ukraine as official candidate
The 27 leaders also granted Moldova the candidate status, while Georgia was left on the waiting list.
Five things you need to know about Ukraine war on Thursday
From Ukraine's EU candidacy to Russian army's progress in the east, here are five of the latest developments in the war.
Watch: Why Russia is threatening Lithuania over Kaliningrad
The exclave, sandwiched between Lithuania and Poland, is of strategic importance for Russia, which acquired the territory after WWII.
EU Summit: Ukraine and Moldova granted candidate status for membership
Euronews takes you through the day of summits in Brussels as EU leaders discuss Ukraine, its EU candidacy and food security.
European Commission wants to slash use of pesticides by 50% by 2030
A complete ban on pesticides is being proposed in public areas, such as parks and playgrounds.
Huge majority say Ukraine war has or will hit their living standards
The survey comes as the Eurozone battles record inflation.
Brexit will make UK workers poorer over next decade, report says
An academic report "The Big Brexit" says some negative impacts on trade cannot be explained by the pandemic and is down to the UK's departure from the EU.
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With Ukraine, the EU must fulfil its historical responsibility | View
The EU must assume geopolitical leadership vis-à-vis its Eastern neighbourhood, writes MEP David McAllister.
Watch: Is Ukraine ready to join the EU and how long could it take?
Euronews speaks with EU enlargement experts about the long process awaiting Ukraine.
Germany refuses to agree to EU ban on new fossil fuel cars from 2035
In its bid to cut planet-warming emissions by 55 per cent by 2030 from 1990 levels, the European Commission has proposed a 100 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions from new cars by 2035.
EU energy: What countries will fill the gap left by Russian gas?
Russia has begun to cut gas supplies to several EU countries in retaliation for Western sanctions.
Tens of thousands rally in Tbilisi to demand EU membership
Pro-EU and opposition groups had called for a "march for Europe", days after the European Commission recommended waiting before granting Tbilisi candidate status.
EU should arm Ukrainian ports to solve food crisis, Lithuania FM says
The impact of Russia's aggression on Ukraine on food security is the main item on the agenda of the meeting held in Luxembourg on Monday as about 20 million tonnes of wheat and other grains remain stuck in Ukraine because of the war.
EVs are in high demand. Are Europe’s charging stations up to speed?
Are you considering switching to an electric car? Here are three things you need to know about Europe's charging infrastructure.
'Heartbreaking': Brussels dashes Georgia's EU hopes
Georgia has "lost relevance" for Europe, claimed Georgian politician Irakli Kobakhidze, after his country's EU membership bid was kicked down the road Friday.
Forum urges accelerating Balkans' EU integration
Speakers at the event said the EU accession processes of Ukraine and Western Balkan countries depend on one another.
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EU 'not seeking political victory' in Northern Ireland Brexit dispute
Brussels says a prosperous relationship with the UK and opportunities for Northern Ireland are its goals.
Europe's rubber demand poses big threat to African forests, NGO says
The "EU demand for rubber is the most important contributor to Europe’s deforestation footprint across West and Central Africa," Global Witness says.
Brussels backs Ukraine and Moldova as candidates for EU membership
EU national leaders will have the final say at a summit in Brussels on 23-24 June. Georgia, meanwhile, was told it wasn't ready yet.
Europeans divided over how Ukraine war should play out, reveals poll
There is a split between those who are eager for immediate peace and those who want "justice".
Macron, Scholz and Draghi back EU candidate status for Ukraine
The move is "a strong, quick, expected gesture of hope and clarity that we want to send to Ukraine and its people," the French president said as the three leaders visited Kyiv.
Explained: Where EU leaders stand on Ukraine's membership to the bloc
The European Commission is this week expected to endorse granting Ukraine candidate status for EU membership.
EU refuses to rule out suspending Brexit trade deal
Maroš Šefčovič told Euronews the latest bill from London is "illegal", "not a serious offer" and threatens the EU's single market.
It's finally time to say 'yes' to Ukraine's European future | View
Ukraine should be allowed to become an EU candidate country, argues Alyona Getmanchuk, director of the New Europe Center think tank in Kyiv.
EU relaunches legal action against UK over unilateral Brexit changes
The UK unveiled legislation that unilaterally alters the Brexit agreement earlier in the week.
MEPs strike down EU plans to label nuclear and gas as green investment
The objection will be put before the whole plenary in the first week of July. If the hemicycle replicates the outcome of the committees, the Commission’s plan will be officially scrapped.