# Europe

Last week
14th April 2024 - 20th April 2024
Here's what people's housing situation tells us about how they will vote
Fine Gael’s popularity lies with homeowners, while 50% of those in council rented accommodation back Sinn Féin.
This month
April 2024
Recognition of Palestine by EU countries 'much closer', Harris says after meeting with Spanish PM
Pedro Sanchez has previously said his country plans to extend recognition to the Palestinians by July.
Last month
March 2024
Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming European elections
Between the four days of 6-9 June voters across the EU will go to the polls to elect a new parliament.
Romania and Bulgaria set to join the EU's visa-free zone tomorrow
Barry Andrews: Watch as Russia interferes with European politics ahead of the elections
Barry Andrews
Ireland set to defend itself in case over failure to protect peat bogs from turf cutting
This year
Labour select Ó Ríordáin as Dublin candidate for European Parliament Elections
Irishman Michael O'Flaherty elected as Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights
Who is standing and what can Ireland expect in the run up to European elections in June?
Last year
Belarus: In its contempt for democracy, the regime clings to power by every possible means
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya and Roberta Metsola
Barry Andrews: Today's Electoral Commission announcement was an own goal
Barry Andrews
Govt can move ahead with short-term let register following EU decision
Storm Ciarán triggers red alert in France as northwestern Europe braces for extreme rainfall
Facebook and Instagram to offer €12.99 a month ad-free subscriptions for European users
Varadkar fears if EU reaches position to call for ceasefire it will be 'after a lot more people have died'
'I don't plan on raising it again': Varadkar rules out speaking to von der Leyen about Israel comments at EPP summit
Poland and Hungary clash with EU leaders at informal summit over new migration proposals
Maguire and Nordqvist caught by late rally as USA hold 7-5 lead at Solheim Cup
Pope Francis urges governments to do more to help migrants crossing the Mediterranean
Spain, Portugal battle wildfires as temperatures soar
130 people evacuated as wildfire spreads on Spain-France border
The era of climate change denial is mostly gone, Micheál Martin says
High temperature records set to be broken as much of Europe prepares for heatwave peak
Opinion: We've just had the hottest week on record and we're cheering a gutted EU Nature bill?
Lorna Bogue
Thousands commemorate victims of Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia
Analysis: The Canadian wildfires are a wakeup call for Ireland on our climate commitments
Seána Glennon
Europe is 2.3 degrees hotter than before industrial revolution, climate report finds
Analysis: In Europe, Ireland is an outlier when it comes to climate action
Emma DeSouza
Europol: Rise in arrests of dissident republicans and right-wing terror suspects in Ireland
Nato begins the biggest air force drill in its history
Latest World Bank report offers dim outlook for global economy in 2023
Ireland is to join four European defence projects following cabinet approval
Gardaí assist in Europol operation that freed six children from child sexual abuse
Eurovision: Everything you need to know as Ireland's Wild Youth compete in the first semi-final
Peter Flanagan: 'We were class at Eurovision back then' - remembering when Ireland was edgy & cool
Peter Flanagan
More than 130 people arrested as part of international investigation on Calabrese mafia
Ireland has one of the lowest rates of measles immunisation in Europe
Record-breaking Chris Ashton hailed as ‘best try-scorer Europe has ever seen’
Dr Rory Hearne: Lifting the ban on evictions was an unforgivable act by a misguided government
Dr Rory Hearne
15 EU countries to take legal action over Hungary's anti-LGBTQ+ laws