Donning shorts and defending their right to dress as they please, women’s rights advocates in Turkey have rallied in defence of a nurse, attacked on a bus in Istanbul this month by a man who reportedl
Hungarian authorities are investigating a mysterious explosion in central Budapest on Saturday night amid speculation it may have been a deliberate attack on…
Bosnian Serbs are voting on Sunday in a referendum over whether to maintain a disputed national holiday.
Day Two of the Judo Grand Prix in Zagreb, Croatia, and with most Olympic stars taking a well-earned break or others being at the wrong stage of their preparations, it was an all-new set of judoka carr
Muslims accounted for a third of those killed in France’s July 14 terror attack and, as Pope Francis received grieving families and survivors of the Nice lorry massacre on Saturday, different religion
Jeremy Corbyn has been comfortably re-elected leader of the UK opposition Labour Party.
The latest example of road rage comes from Turkey, where an argument between a passenger and the driver on an Istanbul bus got out of hand, leaving 11 people…
The president of the European Parliament has warned the UK it can’t pick and choose which parts of the Single Market it wants to keep when it comes to future Brexit…
Bosnian Serbs will this weekend hold a referendum on a disputed national holiday in their autonomous region – despite it being barred by the top court.
EU-US free talks are floundering amid increased public opposition in some member states.
State elections have propelled Alternative für Deutschland, or A-f-D, into Berlin’s legislature for the first time.
In this bonus interview, Frauke Petry, the head of Alternative für Deutschland, talks to Euronews about Angela Merkel, the migrant crisis and populism.
Masterpieces by Renaissance painter Raphael have made a rare departure from Italy and are on show at Moscow’s Pushkin Museum.
A Russian toddler who went missing in the Siberian taiga forest was found three days later alive and well.
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Every Friday, journalists from euronews’ various language teams choose a selection of stories from Europe and beyond which did not reach the international headlines Iraq: Young hero braves mines to l
A new poll suggests Germany’s anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany party – or AfD – is winning more support than ever before.
Eurozone business activity expanded in September at its weakest rate since the start of 2015.
With its fashion-forward trends and supermodels like the Hadid sisters headlining their shows, Fendi is a true highlight of the Milan ready-to-wear collections.
The Polish parliament has rejected draft legislation to allow abortion until the end of the 12th week of pregnancy by 240 votes to 173.
France's economy slowed for the first time in three years between April and June - shrinking 0.1 percent - with a dip in consumer spending being blamed.
Eight firefighters have been killed in a major fire in Moscow, according to Russia’s Emergencies Ministry.
The Pompidou Centre in Paris is holding a new exhibition on Magritte, looking at how his surrealist paintings explored philosophical thought, such as the relationship between words and…