A couple have gone on trial accused of luring women to their house in western Germany and torturing them so badly, that at least two of them died.
A Hungarian policeman has been shot dead, as officers tried to search the home of a 76-year-old suspected of illegally possessing firearms.
French police will now investigate an alleged scuffle between two members of the UK Independence Party in the European Parliament building in Strasbourg.
French authorities have finished clearing the shanty town known as the “Jungle” outside Calais, saying were confident of dispersing the last of its inhabitants around…
Clashes erupted following the arrest of the joint mayors of the mainly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir in Turkey, accused of having links to militants.
Moldova - Europe's poorest country - is rich in grapes and plans to build on that to earn much needed foreign currency through wine sales.
The British Prime Minister has again clashed in parliament in the face of opposition charges that the government has no plan for Brexit.
For many French police officers, the attack on their colleagues in the Parisian suburb of Viry-Chatillon was the straw the broke the camel’s back.
Britain's telecoms regulator has fined Vodafone a record amount for what it called "serious and sustained" failings in its dealings with customers.
More shelters and tents have been set alight overnight and on Wednesday as a minority of migrants remain on site, despite an ongoing clearance operation.
Jeans for Refugees is a Johny Dar project to raise money for asylum seekers
To this day, Pompeii's famous ruins are a source of wonder and mystery to countless visitors.
Street artist and video-mapping aficionado Julien Nonnon illuminates buildings and facades of the city of Paris with his talent.
Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Djukanovic has resigned after twenty five years in power.
An American has won the prestigious Man Booker fiction prize for the first time.
Hugh Laurie has become the latest actor to be honoured with a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
Hungary has started building a new fence on its southern border with Serbia as part of its efforts to keep migrants and refugees from freely entering the…
This is the Brief from Brussels, euronews’ daily roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
A group of countries, led by Japan, have blocked a move by South American and African states to create a whale sanctuary in the South Atlantic.
The annual B2B Sportel Convention in Monaco is underway and providing the latest pointers as to where sport is heading in the years to come.
While the EU’s political heavyweights are scrambling to find a common position ahead of talks with Britain about its departure from the bloc, an obscure linguistic conundrum has shed light on the scal
Attitudes are hardening ahead of eventual negotiations to take the UK out of the EU, while the pre-talks void is being filled with mud-slinging - and satire.
Eyewitnesses say workers have started to tear down unoccupied tents and shacks. The work has begun by hand to avoid inflaming tensions.