"The silence [...] is quite frankly shocking."
Country Director, IRC, Yemen
"Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! (Except you Harvey..."
"We couldn't move, women were tortured and raped, children were killed. I saw this with my own eyes. We didn't have any freedom, this is why I came here to Bangladesh. I came to Bangladesh to find peace."
"I can boldly say that here and now the radical right is back!"
Force and Determination movement
"Even a small debris is of importance"
Head of ESA's Clean Space Office
"While Merkel herself may not be missed much, a power vacuum in Berlin is a blow for hopes to revive the EU"
Former economic adviser to the European Commission president
"The legacy of Rosetta is 'see what you can do when you can work together'"
ESA Rosetta Project Scientist
"If we do not set a successful narrative ourselves, Russia’s 'malign influence' will do that for the EU."
Radu Magdin, Adelina Jelescu
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state of the union
This is State of the Union, euronews’ weekly roundup of European affairs.
In this edition: German coalition talks collapse, the Butcher of Bosnia
Sophie Claudet talks to MEPs György Schöpflin and Judith Sargentini over whether Hungary is in breach of fundamental EU rights and the rule of law.
Black Friday might have seen frenetic shopping in the wealthier European capitals, but not so in Athens.
Laura Kovesi, the woman charged with cleaning up one of the EU’s most corrupt states, has hit out at those she says are trying to derail her efforts.
The top leadership of Germany’s Social Democrats are debating whether party leader Martin Schulz should reconsider forming another coalition government with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives.
Fighting continues and millions suffer from forgotten conflict in Europe’s east
The Hungarian government has extended the deadline to send back its "National Consultation" questionaire about migration and what it calls the "Soros plan".
Shoppers in Russia seem to have mixed feelings about a set of military-themed Christmas decorations that have gone on sale in Moscow.
Researchers at the University of Bath want to find a way to stop faecal sludge from being the source of so many diseases in developing countries.
Key ally of Chancellor Merkel urges SPD to change mind to ensure stable government after collapse of coalition talks
The bakery says the bread offers consumers a good source of protein
How should the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic work in a post-EU Britain?
UK economy: Britain is on course for its longest fall in living standards since records began, with wages not returning to their pre-financial crisis levels until at least 2025
Greenpeace Russia says a legal case offers the best chance of finding out the source of the ruthenium 106 radioactive leak.
Ahead of 2018 elections, Hungary's Fidesz ruling party's campaign competes with far-right narratives. We met those who say immigration and globalisation threaten their identity.
There are 29,000 tracked pieces of space debris in orbit, and a million more too small to follow. They pose a risk to astronauts and satellites. So what can be done?
The battle over the Northern Irish border is looming over the next round of Brexit talks.
A hard frontier post Brexit could threathen the peace
Euronews takes a look at which of your favourite fruit and vegetables might be impacted by Brexit negotiations
Phillipe Legrain says the French president will not be able to fill the hole in Europe left by Merkel’s declining power
A family of five fleeing Turkish authorities has drowned after their boat capsized in the Aegean Sea. Their bodies washed up on the Greek island of Lesbos.
The man has been inundated with invites after a shopper shared the ad on social media
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Lily Rose Depp pressed the button to light up the Champs-Elysées in Paris, amidst protests from fairground operators angry at the closure of their attractions.
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