Three years after Russian troops seized control of the strategic peninsula, Crimean Tatars are joined by Kiev residents to protest occupation.
Myanmar's security forces have likely committed 'systematic' mass killings, and gang rapes against the Rohingya Muslim population since October according to the UN Human Rights office.
The day after Donald Trump becomes president of the United States the nation's women lead global protests against
Nahed Hattar was to stand trial after sharing on social media a cartoon image seen as insulting Islam. He was shot by a former Muslim preacher on the steps of the courthouse on Sunday.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have clashed as they battle for the support of minority voters – each accusing the other of posing a threat to the interests of blacks and…
The head of an Australian inquiry into aboriginal boys being abused in detention has resigned.
Seven people have been detained in Indonesia in connection with fires at a number of Buddhist temples in the north of Sumatra island.
Feelings are running high after Israel’s parliament passed a law giving members the right to impeach fellow MPs for incitement to violence, racism, or support for armed struggle against the…
It comes a day after five police officers were killed during a similar rally in Dallas.
Thousands of demonstrators gathered in several cities across the United States, angry about what they say is racial bias by police.
San Francisco’s police chief has been forced to step down just hours after one of his police officers shot and killed a young black woman.
People with albinism in Malawi are being attacked, abducted and killed to such an extent that they face extinction in the African country. The dire
The Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party, or PYD, has joined forces with several allied groups to declare the creation of an autonomous federation
Protesters in Kyiv have held a silent commemoration for Reshat Ametov, a Tatar who along with other pro-Ukrainian activists were either killed or
Turkish police moved in to disperse hundreds of protesters in the mainly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir on Wednesday (March 2) – at least 33 people were
Today’s news is overwhelmed with questions on multiculturalism, diversity and peace. In this edition we take a look at how education can play a very
A prominent pro-Kurdish lawyer was killed on Saturday amid a street shootout in Turkey. Early reports suggested that Tahir Elci was caught in the
As Turkey’s elections wrapped up and the votes were counted, the anticipated elation of the Kurds of the southeastern city of Diyarbakir gave way to
More Europeans believe racism is a problem in society, according to an EU report. The views of twenty eight thousand people formed the basis of the
A judge in the US has rejected a defence bid to drop charges against six police officers, accused over the death of a black man, and ordered separate
Despite the 1995 Dayton Accords, which formally ended three-and-a-half years of war in the Balkans, tensions remain as the region again faces the
Charities are sounding the alarm about child poverty in Hungary. More than four out of ten children aged seven and younger last year lived below the
The spectre of inter-ethnic violence has been cast over the Balkans again following a recent clash between police and Albanian militants in the north
Spain’s parliament has approved a law allowing Sephardic Jews to apply for Spanish citizenship. The vote will permit applications from descendants of
Twenty years on from the ending of the devastating conflict in ex-Yugoslavia and divisions still run deep across the region. Political solutions have
Euronews met Thorbjørn Jagland, the Council of Europe’s Secretary General, in Sarajevo.
Euronews met Andy McGuffie, the EU delegation spokesperson to Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the Bosniak Institute of Sarajevo.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has met with Damas Pakada, the Ethiopian Israeli soldier who was seen on a close circuit video camera being
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with Ethiopian Israelis over claims of police brutalityPrime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is meeting Ethiopian Israeli community leaders on Monday to discuss alleged police brutality. The claims come after
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is meeting Ethiopian Israeli community leaders on Monday to discuss alleged police brutality. The claims come after