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Peruvian pleasures of the table

From the highest altitudes to the depths of the Pacific, Peru is rich in wild and untamed tastes unfamiliar to most palates. But now internationally-renowned chefs are putting Peru's cuisine on the ma

From the highest altitudes to the depths of the Pacific, Peru is rich in wild and untamed tastes unfamiliar to most palates. But now internationally-renowned chefs are putting Peru's cuisine on the ma

Culture

Traveller's diary: from gastronomy's capital to coffee fields

My first approach to Lima was via its cuisine. The textures, colours and tastes of Peruvian cuisine were my first experience of this country that

My first approach to Lima was via its cuisine. The textures, colours and tastes of Peruvian cuisine were my first experience of this country that

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Pope Francis offers pizza lunch to 1,500 homeless people

Some 1,500 homeless people from across Italy were brought into Rome to be given seats of honour at Mother Teresa’s canonisation Mass, before being treated to a pizza…

Some 1,500 homeless people from across Italy were brought into Rome to be given seats of honour at Mother Teresa’s canonisation Mass, before being treated to a pizza…

Europe

Germany unveils civil defence plan

The German government on Wednesday unveiled its first civil defence plan since the end of the Cold War, which include advice to stockpile key supplies in the event of a terror…

The German government on Wednesday unveiled its first civil defence plan since the end of the Cold War, which include advice to stockpile key supplies in the event of a terror…

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Low milk prices plague French dairy industry

French food giant Lactalis said it would renegotiate milk prices with French farmers after 400 of them protested outside the company’s headquarters in Laval this…

French food giant Lactalis said it would renegotiate milk prices with French farmers after 400 of them protested outside the company’s headquarters in Laval this…

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Orange is the new black - pot noodles are the new tobacco

Instant ramen pot noodles are replacing tobacco as currency among prisoners in the United States according to study which blames reduced spending on prison food.

Instant ramen pot noodles are replacing tobacco as currency among prisoners in the United States according to study which blames reduced spending on prison food.

Business

ChemChina Syngenta takeover moves closer with US government approval

ChemChina's takeover of Swiss pesticides and seeds group Syngenta has moved a step closer with approval by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US

ChemChina's takeover of Swiss pesticides and seeds group Syngenta has moved a step closer with approval by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US

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And also...a religious rapping grandma, snowy Saudi Arabia and cannabis in the kitchen!

Every Friday journalists from euronews’ various language teams choose a selection of stories from Europe and beyond which did not reach the international headlines Poland-France: The dancing priest T

Every Friday journalists from euronews’ various language teams choose a selection of stories from Europe and beyond which did not reach the international headlines Poland-France: The dancing priest T

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Hong Kong: Dishes a bit special

A restaurant in Hong Kong has become very popular by offering dishes inspired by Manga culture.

A restaurant in Hong Kong has become very popular by offering dishes inspired by Manga culture.

Business

Unilever and Roche results better than expected

Consumer goods giant Unilever has reported better then expected Q2 sales. Swiss drugmaker Roche also beat market expectations.

Consumer goods giant Unilever has reported better then expected Q2 sales. Swiss drugmaker Roche also beat market expectations.

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Crossing into Colombia

Tens of thousands of Venezuelans streamed across the border from the town of San Antonio del Tachira into Cucuta, Colombia on Sunday (17 July) to stock up on food, home goods and medicine that are in

Tens of thousands of Venezuelans streamed across the border from the town of San Antonio del Tachira into Cucuta, Colombia on Sunday (17 July) to stock up on food, home goods and medicine that are in

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Venezuela reopens Colombian border to allow people to buy basic goods

Thousands of Venezuelans crossed into neighbouring Colombia on Saturday to buy food and medicine, as the border between the two countries was temporarily…

Thousands of Venezuelans crossed into neighbouring Colombia on Saturday to buy food and medicine, as the border between the two countries was temporarily…

Culture

Italian 'poet chef' named world number one

Three Michelin-starred Massimo Bottura has come out on top in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list – the creme de la creme, produced by a British magazine.

Three Michelin-starred Massimo Bottura has come out on top in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list – the creme de la creme, produced by a British magazine.

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Russia extends ban on Western food products

President Vladimir Putin has extended a Russian ban on food products from Western countries until the end of 2017.

President Vladimir Putin has extended a Russian ban on food products from Western countries until the end of 2017.

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China: activist demand end to dog-eating festival

Animal rights activists in China have called for the annual Yulin dog meat festival later this month to be banned.

Animal rights activists in China have called for the annual Yulin dog meat festival later this month to be banned.

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World's longest pizza created in Naples measuring 1.8 km

The world’s longest pizza has been made in Naples and is a staggering 1.8 kilometres long. It was kneaded and baked in six hours and eleven minutes

The world’s longest pizza has been made in Naples and is a staggering 1.8 kilometres long. It was kneaded and baked in six hours and eleven minutes

Europe

EU delays weed-killer vote

EU officials have delayed a vote on whether to grant a new licence to a controversial weedkiller.

EU officials have delayed a vote on whether to grant a new licence to a controversial weedkiller.

Europe

Thousands sign online weedkiller petition

More than 12,000 people have signed a petition urging EU officials not to grant an extended licence to a widely-used weedkiller.

More than 12,000 people have signed a petition urging EU officials not to grant an extended licence to a widely-used weedkiller.

Business

TTIP trade deal under threat over the Feta factor

A food fight between Europe and the US over protection for products like Feta cheese, Champagne and Parma ham could block the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership free trade deal.

A food fight between Europe and the US over protection for products like Feta cheese, Champagne and Parma ham could block the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership free trade deal.

Science_technology

Planning against obesity in Italy

Six months ago Stefano De Santis sought help – he was overweight, had high blood pressure and high cholesterol. The 41-year-old told Euronews how

Six months ago Stefano De Santis sought help – he was overweight, had high blood pressure and high cholesterol. The 41-year-old told Euronews how

Business

Waste not, want not: boosting business with leftover food

Unleashing the power of the collaborative economy to fight food waste, while creating new business opportunities at the same time.

Unleashing the power of the collaborative economy to fight food waste, while creating new business opportunities at the same time.

Europe

MEPs call for restrictions on weed-killing substance

MEPs have voted to renew the licence for glyphosate – a chemical widely used in popular weed-killing products – but only for an additional seven

MEPs have voted to renew the licence for glyphosate – a chemical widely used in popular weed-killing products – but only for an additional seven

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Thousands of dead sardines found floating in Chile's Queule river

Chile’s government has temporarily banned the consumption of sardines in the south of the country after hundreds of thousands of dead fish turned up

Chile’s government has temporarily banned the consumption of sardines in the south of the country after hundreds of thousands of dead fish turned up