Ahead of the French presidential election, we speak to people across France. In this edition, we meet Alain Peulet, a retired merchant navy officer, who disagrees with France's immigration policy.
Twenty-year-old Geena is not really bothered about France's presidential election. We ask her why.
The satirical magazine the Canard Enchaîné rattled France's presidential election campaign thanks to its revelations about the centre-right candidate Francois Fillon.
We talk to a resident of Martinique about his view on the French political climate, taking time out to sample the outstanding surroundings in 360°.
A young interior designer speaks out on how she is helping the youth of troubled neighbourhoods with her arts and crafts association.
In a neighborhood called ‘Centenario’, located in the outskirts of Puerto Asis, in the Colombian department of Putumayo is a district dubbed “Las invasiones” (literally “the invasions”), it is an info
Several hundred people celebrated April 1 in Budapest by attacking each other with pillows.
Explosives powerful enough to blow up a house are being used to keep skiers safe from the risk of avalanches.
Alessio Batazza has been living in France for 12 years. He has a French wife and children and runs his own business, but he won't have the right to vote in the upcoming elections.
With the French elections just around the corner, some local farmers are feeling neglected and left out of the debate.
"To make something of our own, that was the idea and beer was something as a coal miner we drank a lot of." Robert Johansen's passion project, a brewery deep in the Arctic circle.
As we approach the French presidential election, Euronews is meeting people to hear of their concerns and expectations.
Every year during the carnival season, peace in the small Hungarian town Mohács is disturbed by the Busójárás, a local tradition dating back to the 18th century.
For two days each year, more than 100 re-enactors populate the ancient roman city of Italica, the oldest Roman settlement in Spain and hometown of Emperors Trajan and Hadrian.
Some of the most spectacular sights in Japan's Kansai region gets 360° treatment
For this 360-degree report we were at the Palais des Sports in Gerland, Lyon, where the local wheelchair basketball team had a very important game.
Campaigning for France's presidential election began this week with three of the leading candidates addressing supporters in Lyon.
It is no ordinary exhibition…because the precious paintings featured all belonged to an art-loving mobster!
The United States has won the prestigious Bocuse d’or cookery competition, considered by many as the Olympics of the food world.
There are 92,000 children in Kakuma refugee camp, which is one of the biggest in the world.
We bring you 360 degree footage from Lyon, France where a painting of a mystery woman is brought to life with the haunting melody of a 16th century theorbo
There are nearly two million displaced people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, a country devastated by over 20 years of war.