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The following list of cookies is currently used on the euronews.com website:

Third Party Cookies on Euronews Website

Type Cookies Usage Persistance
Preferences EN_lang Memorize the default language of the user 1 year
EN_textSize Memorizes text size preference on articles. Session
EN_meteo Memorizes user’s favorite cities on the Weather pages. 1 year
EN_meteo_fc Memorizes user’s favorite unit (Celsius or Fahrenheit) on the Weather pages. 1 year
Process EN_poll_{pollid} Memorizes user’s answer to a poll. 1 year
Session EN_lgn Memorizes user’s data for connection to the euronews Community 1 year

Euronews’ Own Cookies

Type Cookies Usage Persistance
Preferences EN_lang Memorize the default language of the user 1 year
EN_textSize Memorizes text size preference on articles. Session
EN_meteo Memorizes user’s favorite cities on the Weather pages. 1 year
EN_meteo_fc Memorizes user’s favorite unit (Celsius or Fahrenheit) on the Weather pages. 1 year
Process EN_poll_{pollid} Memorizes user’s answer to a poll. 1 year
Session EN_lgn Memorizes user’s data for connection to the euronews Community 1 year