Why is France trying to reform its pension system and how does the retirement age of 62 compare with other European countries?
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
As much of Europe bakes in a third heatwave since June, fears are growing that extreme drought driven by climate change in the continent's breadbasket nations will dent stable crop yields and deepen the cost-of-living crisis.
In Denmark, large black pipes are about to be buried in a muddy trench, as construction of a gas pipeline from Norway to Poland resumes following Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Spain is leading calls for governments to start tackling Covid-19 like any other endemic respiratory virus such as seasonal flu, despite WHO opposition and warnings that the approach is premature
Several European nations have started vaccinating children aged five to 11 against Covid-19 in an effort to contain a raging pandemic and keep schools open, while others are still deciding their approach
The impact of surging gas and electricity prices globally threatens the EU's energy market, but the bloc will not react hastily, officials say
European travellers helped plug a gap left by Asian and American tourists stranded at home by the pandemic, staving off a total washout this year for Europe's hospitality industry