"I dissent from this spirally spun, legally lightweight, consumer harming, corporate enabling, destroying internet freedom order."
Democrat FCC Commissioner
"There can only be industrial and economic growth if there is energy."
Hyacinthe Befeno Todimanana
"We're making Ariane 6 to reduce costs."
Director, Guiana Space Centre
"Next year will be the last chance to pursue EU-level reforms before a fateful year of reckoning begins."
Former Swedish prime minister
""A big part of the rulers' legitimacy is based on people's fear""
"All the governments need to channel these emotions somehow: they chose food."
Analyst, German Council on Foreign Relations
"The V4 states never acknowledged that for an EU-wide problem, there can be only an EU-wide solution"
Several arrests during protests over widescale sackings under Turkey's continuing emergency rule
Turkey extends emergency rule for another three months on Monday, almost a year after it was imposed in the wake of last July's failed military coup.
On the anniversary of the failed coup attempt, Turkey’s president openly backs reinstating the death penalty for supporters of the putsch.
people flock to mark event despite crackdown
On the eve of the anniversary of last year’s military coup attempt, Turkey dismissed more than 7,000 police, civil servants and academics as part of
Euronews speaks to two men exiled by Turkey's government about the impact on their lives.
On July 15 2016, Turkey underwent an attempted coup against its government. The coup was prevented but repercussions are felt in every quarter of
Turkish journalist slams the courts and media
Hande Firat was the Ankara correspondent for a major Turkish newspaper and helped stop last year's coup attempt by broadcasting the President live from her mobile phone. In this interview she looks back on the frightening sequence of events.
As Turkey’s government prepares to commemorate thwarting the attempted overthrow of President Tayyip Erdogan, around 50,000 people remain in jail
A year ago, the Armed Forces attempted a coup in Turkey. Hundreds died, it lasted less than a day, and many face lengthy prison sentences as a result.
The Turkish journalist at the centre of the intervention that changed the course of a coup attempt last year has told Euronews that she was offered
The deaths in the city of Konya came as Turkish authorities launched a series of raids on suspects from the self-proclaimed Islamic State group.
Vienna said economy minister Nihat Zeybekci's visit would represent a "danger for public order and security".
Hundreds of thousands of people rallied in Istanbul on Sunday at the culmination of 25-day march that has grown into the biggest protest against a government crackdown following last July's failed military coup.
'Casting off a shirt of fear': Turkish opposition leads thousands to end of 450km Ankara-Istanbul anti-government march.
Turkish police have detained 10 people including the local director of Amnesty International, in a raid the NGO called a "grotesque abuse of power". No reason was given for the arrests.
Amnesty International has branded the detention of eleven people near Istanbul including its local director a “grotesque abuse of power”.
The European Parliament requests a suspension on accession talks for Turkey if it goes ahead with a constitutional overhaul that would expand President Erdogan's powers.
Tens of thousands have taken part in the so-called "march for justice", which began on June the 15th