"Give up attempts to solve the existing problems by force."
Russian Foreign Minister
""It's unbecoming for a cardinal to ski badly.""
Pope John Paul II
""The sheer scale of the challenges our world faces makes concerted, collaborative and integrated action more essential than ever.""
Professor Klaus Schwab
Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum
"The US is enduring an unprecedented crisis of trust... The root cause is the lack of objective facts and rational discourse"
President and CEO, Edelman
""We can get past this manufactured crisis and get on to a host of serious issues before us that require thoughtful bipartisan negotiations.""
Senate Majority Leader
""You may carry a smartwatch during the day for practical reasons and later want to feel elegant, have a kind of intimate bond with your object, or just feel good about yourself. I believe in the comfort and elegance that a fine watch brings today so I think there is room for both and I'm not particularly worried.""
CEO, La Montre Hermès
"Self regulation does not work. It particularly doesn't work where there is no oversight and that is the problem that you have in the UN"
Peter A Gallo
Director, Hear their Cries
""Our struggle is against the sexual abuse, the cover-up, the psychological abuse, and the silence over these abuses.""
Sexual abuse survivor
Madrid's decision to allow a drag queen to play one of the kings in the traditional Three Kings Parade angered many conservatives.
A Chilean man spent 48 hours in a French detention centre. His account gives rare insight into how EU detention centers work—and how Europe is dealing with illegal migration.
The million-dollar bottle was stolen from a bar in Copenhagen on January 2, according to authorities.
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage will meet with the EU's chief negotiator for Brexit, Michel Barnier, on Monday. The conversation is likely to focus on post-Brexit trade deals and immigration.
Windsor's head councillor, Simon Dudley, tweeted that "there was an epidemic of rough sleeping and vagrancy in Windsor".
As the millennium comes of age, Euronews takes a look at what could shape the coming year.
Happy New Year 2018 from Euronews!
Litter brought to shore from Albania’s rivers washed up hundreds of miles north in the port of Dubrovnik, Croatia—and environmental activists aren't surprised.
Tony Blair's think-tank says a populist belt has taken hold from the Baltic to the Aegean and threatens the whole of Europe.
“Take 14-year-olds in Britain. What 25% could do back in 1994, now only 5% can do.”
Euronews takes a look at which MEPs' Facebook posts were the most popular with followers according to the platform's emoji reactions.
Where to take a swim when it's snowing outside?
The annual hobby horse championship in Finland was the most-watched video on Euronews' Facebook page in 2017.
Euronews wants your say on who should be one of several personalities of the year—in fields including space, innovation, culture, business and sport.
The ruling followed a divorce case by Syrian-German couple who divorced under Sharia law in Syria on October 2013. This is the court's first ruling on the subject.
In July 2016, workers producing clothes for some of Europe’s biggest fashion brands discovered that their boss had disappeared with their wages
The coming year will offer the EU the opportunity to finally focus on longer-term challenges, writes Ana Palacio
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