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Perth Zoo tortoise still partying at 50 A Galapagos tortoise at Australia’s Perth Zoo celebrated his 50th birthday on Monday.
Every Friday journalists from euronews’ various language teams choose a selection of stories from Europe and beyond, which may not have reached the international…
First came anticipation, then disappointment for some Apple fans as the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus went on sale.
Dark alleyways and empty spaces can often mean danger and a sense of anxiety for the most vulnerable members of society.
Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander took to the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival for the premiere of their latest feature 'The Light Between Oceans.'
To their friends and followers on social media it seemed like a dream come true, a round-the-world luxury cruise taking in sights that you normally only see in holiday…
Australia is to expand air strikes on ISIL – but must change its law first.
Volkswagen is being sued by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission over its cheating emissions tests on diesel vehicles.
Australia is celebrating the unique design of the 1950’s from fashion to furnishings.
Secret details of DCNS's Scorpene submarines have been leaked in an apparent case of industrial espionage which could have major financial consequences for the French military contractor.
The controversy over the body-covering swimwear for Muslim women - the burkini - is creating a business opportunity for its inventor who says orders have jumped.
Police in Darwin, Australia, are looking for four men who have been caught on CCTV breaking into a local high school and releasing three live saltwater…
On Day 5 of the Rio Olympics, Spain’s Mireia Belmonte won the 200 metres butterfly, making her the first Spanish woman to win an Olympic swimming gold medal.
Australia made it clear on Monday there would be no apology to Chinese swimmer Sun Yang after Olympic champion Mack Horton called him a “drugs cheat”
Australia has proved once again that it’s a force to be reckoned with in the pool.
It came down to the final 50 metres, but Australia’s Mack Horton made a splash when he clinched the men’s 400 metres freestyle, beating the 2012 Olympic champion in the…
Two-year old Maia was born with only one ear due to a congenital deformity called microtia, and currently wears a headband that transmits sound to
The head of an Australian inquiry into aboriginal boys being abused in detention has resigned.
Hundreds rallied in Australian cities on Saturday to demand a government-ordered probe into allegations of abuse against indigenous children at a juvenile detention centre be extended into a full, nat
SYDNEY 2000 A memorable Games for Water-sports As is often the case at the Olympics, the host nation – in this case Australia – excelled. To
It’s easy to talk to most Australians about sport. They like talking about it because they are, on the whole, good at it. At the Olympics, Australia
Australia's athletes have finally moved into the Olympic Village in Rio after work was carried out to remedy blocked toilets, leaky pipes and exposed electrical wiring.
The Australian rowing team are a last minute substitution for the Rio Olympics, but are having to use a borrowed boat as their's is still back in Australia.
Russian adventurer Fedor Konyukhov has landed safely in West Australia after setting a new world record for circumnavigating the world solo in a hot air balloon.
After searching for more than two years the hunt for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is likely to be suspended if the plane is not found in the current search area, say the transport ministers of Malay
One Malaysian and seven Australians have been charged with importing drugs and trafficking offences in connection with the haul of crystal meth.
Saturday's general election is too close to call and vote counting won't resume until Tuesday.