"Crop View uses Copernicus data to detect differences in vegetation health."
Precision farming, Claas e-services
"The most feminist thing is just being. Just doing what we're doing."
Anna Tara Andrésdóttir
"France is in the process of passing from the eldest daughter of the Catholic Church to the little niece of Islam"
Marion Marechal-Le Pen
"The biggest area where gender inequalities are not decreasing but are increasing, is this unequal division of private time."
Institute on Gender Equality
"Because there's high demand for women in China, people in China will pay border patrol to bring women over"
South Korean pastor
"The smallness of the country makes it easier to mobilise solidarity and cooperation between women."
"We see inequality everywhere. It's in the media, it's in the films we make, it's in every layer. We always have to keep on fighting."
"The school system by keeping silent about gender issues is part of the problem. It is withholding stereotypes and discrimination"
IRC Director Paolo Cernuschi says a huge humanitarian crisis looms 'of proportions [...] we've not seen in our lifetimes'.
Fighting continues and millions suffer from forgotten conflict in Europe’s east
There are now some one million Rohingya living in one of the poorest countries in the world - and the arrivals haven't stopped. NGOs have sharpened their strategies to assist refugees in case of mass
In this edition of Global Japan, we travel to the Syrian refugee camp of Zaatari in Jordan, the 5th largest in the world.
A milestone decree sees Iran open its schools to all refugee children, even the undocumented ones
Our reporter Monica Pinna takes us inside Mohajer Primary school, in the outskirts of Kerman, South East Iran.
Democratic Republic Of Congo
Impressive Red Cross footage shows trucks battling to carry construction material in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
The EU cash based programme allows refugees to make purchases for food and other essential items
Hadige's family settled outside Sanliurfa, south-east Turkey 3 years ago.
Hundreds of ISIL families detained in Iraq
New images from north western Myanmar appear to show several more Rohingya settlements have been completely burnt to the ground.
"Would we rather stop our search and rescue operations completely, and risk people drowning, than return migrants and refugees back to Libya?"
Natural disasters can leave communities to fend for themselves but with support they can use their environment to help.
There are twenty thousand refugee children in Greece according to UNICEF.
‘How can we be eating lobster, when only 200 kilometres away, in the last 48 hours, 100 people died of starvation?’.
As the UN investigate possible 'crimes against humanity' perpetrated against Myanmar's Rohingya population, Euronews visits those who have fled to neighbouring Bangladesh to hear their stories.
The World Health Organisation has called for urgent medical supplies to control the cholera outbreak in the war-ravaged country.
European Union foreign ministers meeting in Brussels on Monday are focusing on events in Africa as part of a general discussion this week on the bloc’s defence and security…
In this edition of Aid Zone, Euronews reports on the victims of drought and famine in Somaliland, and those who are responding to the deadly crisis.
Mercy Gitau, Concern Worldwide Somalia: “What is happening is that most of these families are pastoralists, they have lost most of the animals.