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Migrants survive sat on rudder as ship arrives in Canary Islands

Three African migrants travelled on a ship’s rudder to reach Spain’s Canary Islands, say authorities. The men appeared to have…

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Inflation has not peaked and risks rising even higher, says ECB head

Inflation in the Eurozone has not peaked and risks rising even higher than predicted, the President of the European Central…

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What is a recession? Is Europe already in one? It’s not easy to tell

Everybody in Europe is talking about one thing: recession. The threat of an imminent and profound recession is casting a…

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Circumventing sanctions to become an ‘EU crime’

Circumventing sanctions, such as the ones taken against Russia for its war on Ukraine, is to become a European Union…

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‘Flee or freeze’: Europe ‘must brace for 100,000s’ of Ukraine refugees

Europe must get ready to accept hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian refugees this coming winter, the head of the Norwegian…

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EU should not start trade war with US over green subsidies – expert

The EU should not start a trade war over new US legislation that prioritises American companies, an expert told Euronews.…

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Cocaine ‘super cartel’ controlling a third of Europe’s trade is busted

A drugs cartel believed to control up to a third of Europe’s cocaine trade was taken down in a six-country…

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Brussels my love: Hungary’s EU funds and 70 years of Parliament

The Euronews Brussels bureau brings you its fourth episode of a new talk show that aims to break down European…

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Arms made at pace ‘highest since Cold War’ as Europe’s east aids Kyiv

Eastern and Central Europe’s arms industry is churning out guns, ammunition, and other military supplies at a pace not seen…

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‘Who knows for how long’: Spaniards prepare for water restrictions

Taking a dip in a swimming pool just a month before Christmas seemed foolish but after Barcelona enjoyed balmy weather…

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