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Why are some men being turned away from the Ukrainian border?
Over one million people have now fled Ukraine for neighbouring countries - but many families are being separated as men are forced to stay behind and fight.
Meet the Ukrainians rushing home to fight for their country
Ukrainians from around the world are returning home to defend their nation against Russian forces.
On Kyiv's metro, anger and fear as Russian airstrikes continue
"We are angry, we're scared, we're nervous and we don't know what to do," Kateryna Mala told Euronews.
Should Turkey's camel wrestling festival be banned?
The 40th International Camel Wrestling Festival was held in Selcuk, Turkey - attracting strong criticism from animal rights activists
Devastating wildfire in Northern California
A ferocious wildfire approached Lake Tahoe just hours after roads were clogged with fleeing cars when the entire California resort city of South Lake Tahoe was ordered to evacuate and communities just across the state line in Nevada were warned to get ready to leave.
Kyrgyzstan reports 13 deaths in territorial clashes with Tajikistan
The two central Asian countries have traded fire in a dispute over a large area of territory.
Ethiopia's 'forced returns' of Tigray refugees 'disturbing,' says UN
The UN said the move to return Tigray refugees from the camps they fled from in Eritrea broke international law if confirmed.
Ethiopian PM orders army to attack Tigray region's capital
Abiy Ahmed, last year's Nobel Peace Prize winner, ordered the federal troops to move on Mekelle after weeks of fighting in the semi-autonomous region.
Rivals groups fight over mayoral office ahead of Bolivian election
Police disperse and detain people supporting either Cochabamba's mayor-elect Jose Maria Leyes or his substitute Mayor Ivan Telleria.
Nagorno-Karabakh: Exclusive footage shows bomb damage in border towns
Residents in towns along the Azeri-Armenian border are living with the real threat of bombardments as homes and businesses are destroyed by shelling.
These Peruvians have a fight to welcome in the new year
It's all part of efforts to leave last year's troubles behind and start afresh in January.
Battle of Hastings re-enacted after nearly 1000 years
Nearly a thousand years after the original battle took place, people dressed up qs English and French troops "fought" against each other on Saturday in a re-enactment of the Battle of Hastings.
Watch: Austrian men do battle in martial arts contest atop mountain
Every year, men from Salzburg in Austria ascend the Hundstein mountain to take part in a martial arts contest in a natural arena.
Fierce clashes with rebels around Libyan capital
The UN-backed Libyan government says at least 21 have died in clashes between government forces and the rebel Libyan National Army
Inter-ethnic fighting in Ethiopia forcing millions to flee their homes
Three million people have fled over the past 18 months because of an upsurge in inter-ethnic violence
English village's competition of choice: toe wrestling
Every year, the charming, quiet English village of Fenny Bentley welcomes athletes from around the globe. Their sport of choice? Toe wrestling.
Video road-rage fuelled sledgehammer attack in Philadelphia
A road- rage suspect, seen on surveillance video hitting a man with a sledgehammer after smashing the windows of a vehicle, is being hunted by Philadelphia police.
Russian radio fight over Stalin's legacy
In Russia, the debate over Josef Stalin's legacy has spilled over into violence during a live on-air radio show.
Central African Republic
Fighting worsens in Central African Republic
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent warns that the security situation in Central African Republic is worsening, and that violence now grips most of the country.
MMA fighters compete at world championships in Kazakhstan
The competition saw Russia come out on top, while female fighters made their debut
Shia militias press home federal Iraqi forces' advantage in Kirkuk
With airport and oil fields reclaimed Iraqi forces push deeper into Kurdish-held Kirkuk.
Iraq launches major offensive in Kurdish-held Kirkuk
Iraqi government forces say they control vast areas of the Kurdish-held region of Kirkuk after a major operation aimed at taking over an airbase and oilfields.
Somalia: Al-Shabaab storms military base near Kenyan border
Fighting follows an al-Shabaab suicide bombing in Somalia.
Syria investigator Del Ponte tells Euronews why she quit
Syria investigator Del Ponte tells Euronews why she quit commission
Watch: Brawl in Taiwan's parliament
A debate over how billions of dollars for an infrastructure development plan will be allocated descended into a brawl in Taiwan's parliament on Tuesday.
Fracas between Taiwan politicians caught on camera
Taiwan's legislators are known for their brawls, which are seen as a way for parties to show strength.