The U.N. nuclear agency said Friday that slightly elevated levels of radioactivity detected in northern Europe likely were related to a nuclear reactor that was … Read more
Trading in many European exchanges, including Frankfurt and Vienna, was interrupted on Wednesday morning due to a “technical issue” at German electronic trading platform Xetra, … Read more
Airbus is cutting 15,000 jobs within a year, including 900 already earmarked in Germany, saying its future is at stake after the coronavirus outbreak paralysed … Read more
The coronavirus crisis has caused a dramatic deterioration in the European public perception of the US, extensive new polling from across Europe reveals. More than … Read more
Fewer than one in a hundred children who test positive for Covid-19 end up dying although a small but significant percentage develop severe illness, a … Read more
Europe has seen an increase in weekly cases of Covid-19 for the first time in months as restrictions are eased, the World Health Organization (WHO) … Read more
Walt Disney Co announced it would launch Disney+ in eight more countries in Europe, as millions of people stuck at home due to coronavirus-induced restrictions … Read more
Europeans are enjoying the gradual easing of coronavirus lockdown measures, but in hospitals they are already preparing for the next wave of infections.
Some … Read more
Europe could face a surge of COVID-19 infections in the coming weeks caused by mass protests in the continent over the last days, politicians, European … Read more
Protests spread across Europe on the weekend to condemn the killing of George Floyd, the black man in police custody in Minneapolis on May 25.… Read more
In an exclusive interview with The Telegraph, Dr Hans Kluge, director for the WHO European region warned European countries should brace themselves for a deadly … Read more
The prospect of a second wave of coronavirus infection across Europe is no longer a distant theory, according to the director of the EU agency … Read more
French drugmaker Sanofi SA said on Wednesday that it is working with European regulators to speed up access to a potential coronavirus vaccine in … Read more
More than a quarter of all jobs in Europe could be impacted by the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, according to an analysis from … Read more
The coronavirus death toll in Europe surged past 100,000 on Saturday.
Accounting for 100,510 deaths — nearly two-thirds of the 157,163 global fatalities, according to … Read more
New-car sales tumbled 52 percent in Europe’s major markets in March as lockdowns imposed due to the new coronavirus took their toll, data showed on … Read more
From Italy to Britain, travel bans to curb the spread of COVID-19 have left farms across western Europe short of hundreds of thousands of … Read more
Dr Hans Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe, said: “Since we last broadcast over a week ago the number of cases and deaths have tripled … Read more
At a time of isolation, people in many European cities hit hard by the new coronavirus are taking at least a minute each night to … Read more
At a press briefing on Tuesday night, Hans Henri P. Kluge, the World Health Organizations regional director for Europe, said that 152 countries were now … Read more
Fears over the impact of coronavirus on the European economy are mounting as cases of the disease in Italy increased dramatically in the past week.… Read more
Parts of Europe are braced for Storm Jorge this weekend, which is expected to bring yet more rain to flood-hit Britain — and Saharan dust … Read more
The member organisations of the Euroconsumers group have published the results of their annual survey on car reliability and customer satisfaction.
For the second year … Read more
Northern Europe is currently being hit by a major storm, nicknamed Storm Sabine in Germany and Storm Ciara in the UK, which is moving south.… Read more
According to Eurocontrol, in December 2019 the average delay per flight on departure was 12.3 minutes per flight. This was a decrease of 1.2 minutes … Read more
Cities across southern Europe are experiencing dangerously high levels of smog caused by a prolonged period of dry sunny weather and light winds.
Temporary bans … Read more
The European Union’s climate change monitoring agency, Copernicus, has reported that temperatures across Europe in December 2019 were the hottest on record for that month.… Read more
The death toll from fierce back-to-back storms pummelling Spain, Portugal and France has risen to nine as the region reels from more powerful winds and … Read more
Early December see a fresh wave of cold polar air, according to projections from the latest meteorological models.
It is caused by a sudden stratospheric … Read more
At least 3.9 million unauthorized migrants — and possibly as many as 4.8 million — lived in Europe in 2017 with half of them in … Read more
The Lithuanian Police and the Spanish National Police supported by Europol and Eurojust, have dismantled a large organised crime group involved in human trafficking for … Read more
A gold trafficking case between France and Germany thought to be worth at least €1 million has led to the arrest of a French jeweller … Read more
International police action against Belarussian organised crime group involved in international cargo thefts
The German Police Department Heidekreis, in cooperation with the French Gendarmerie and Czech authorities, the German State Criminal Police Office of Saxony-Anhalt, EMPACT OPC, and … Read more
Over 300 potential victims of labour exploitation in the agricultural sector identified in pan-European action
Between 16 and 20 September 2019, Europol supported the first Europe-wide Joint Action Days against human trafficking for labour exploitation focusing specifically on the agricultural … Read more
Fifty-eight percent of the 265 tree species native only to Europe face a high to extreme risk of dying out, according to a study published … Read more
Police forces across Europe carried out raids against illegal video streaming service platforms.
Coordinated by European Union agencies Europol and Eurojust, the raids took place … Read more
Progress on equal access to a healthy life for all, is at a standstill across Europe, a new report by the World Health Organization (WHO) … Read more
Europol supported a pan-European operation against trafficking of minors for sexual exploitation, forced begging and labour exploitation. The operation, led by the United Kingdom, involved … Read more
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said the Balkan state’s government will compensate owners who voluntarily cull their domestic pigs, as the country works to stamp … Read more
A new Eurobarometer survey released today shows a strong increase in citizens’ positive perception of the European Union across the board – from the economy … Read more
The United Nations has warned that a recent pause in international terrorist violence may soon end, with a new wave of attacks possible before the … Read more
A dangerously intense heatwave across much of Europe continued to grip most of Western Europe with higher temperatures registered Thursday after already breaking records in … Read more
Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands have recorded their highest ever temperatures, in a heatwave searing Western Europe.
The Belgian town of Kleine Brogel hit 39.9C, … Read more
As Europe once more is in the grip of another heatwave, Belgium’s railway authorities are taking no chances: the current heatwave has prompted both Infrabel … Read more