Britain has agreed to pay France another 72.2 million euros to prevent migrant boat crossings in the English Channel under a new deal that underlines improving ties between the neighbours.
Deadlier than Covid, or even rivalling cancer? Researchers have been increasingly attempting to calculate the effect climate change will have on health if the world does not act quickly to reduce carbon emissions.
If nothing is done, heatwaves could lead to the deaths of 90,000 Europeans each year by the end of the century, according to a warning from the European Environment Agency
October morning temperatures topping 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) in Spain may have brought cheer to the tourists, but they are provoking concern among environmentalists
In her rapid rise through Italian politics, Giorgia Meloni has repeatedly shattered the glass ceiling and has now become the first woman premier in the still staunchly patriarchal country
China is investing billions in Europe's video game industry, but analysts have warned that there could be trouble along the road unless regulators start to take stricter notice
EU leaders meeting in Prague wrestled to come up with a plan to tackle soaring energy costs as they struggle with the fallout from Russia's war on Ukraine.
Italian election winner Giorgia Meloni may at first glance have much in common with the ultra-conservative governments in Poland and Hungary, but experts say any alliance could soon run into limits