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France's pension reform strike longest since 1968
They oppose plans by the government to merge the country's 42 pension systems into a single scheme and to phase out certain civil service advantages.
The Battle for Brussels roads
It is one of the most congested capitals in Europe, and a new transport minister hopes to strike a balance between helping people get around and cutting carbon emissions.
Who are Ursula Von de Leyen's picks for Romania, France and Hungary?
The new European Commission president's nominees for Hungary, France and Romania have now been approved.
London's €21bn Crossrail delayed again until at least 2021
The east-west rail link, one of Europe’s most ambitious engineering projects, has been repeatedly delayed and could now cost an €750m.
Electric tricycle causing a spin with those with impaired mobility
New electric tricycles that resemble Roman chariots have begun appearing in France. They are calling the vehicle, the Benur and it's already causing a sensation for those with impaired mobility.
'Flying taxi' tested in Paris as city battles congestion & pollution
With air pollution a threat to Paris and transport lines bursting at the seams on rush hour, a startup is proposing a "flying taxi" as a greener alternative that makes use of the River Seine.
Hyperloop ambitions, African free trade and licensing online influencers
Is hyperloop transportation's next frontier? The African Free Trade deal and licensing online influencers
The Brief: Hybrid threats and Europe's vulnerability
EU Defence Ministers are meeting in Helsinki to discuss how to counter hybrid threats - actions by state and non-state actors to destabilise countries. From disinformation to military incursions, hybrid threats are evolving, so must Europe's response to them, experts say.
Watch again: Hong Kong protests continue on anniversary of mob attack
On the night of July 21 — a month ago today — about 100 white-shirted men stormed the station hours after protesters marched through central Hong Kong and defaced China's Liaison Office - the main symbol of Beijing's authority over the city.
Man killed riding e-scooter on motorway near Paris
The 30-year-old, who was not wearing a helmet, was struck from behind by a motorcycle on the A86 near Vélizy-Villacoublay, southwest of Paris.
British involvement in Interrail travel scheme back on track
Britain’s train companies will remain part of the Interrail and Eurail travel schemes, the Rail Delivery Group has said
E-scooter fleets may not be as eco-friendly as you thought—here's why
While they're often touted as an environmentally-friendly way of getting around a city, the first peer-reviewed study examining the environmental impact of the life cycle of rented e-scooters suggests there are more eco-friendly ways of getting around.
'World's first transnational cable car' to connect Russia and China
What is claimed to be the world's first transnational cable car is set to connect China and Russia across the Amur River.
Summer holiday traffic tailbacks begin
Elsewhere, Austria is to introduce a ban on vehicles leaving the motorway in Salzburg on weekends in a bid to help local communities suffering from gas emissions.
Health vs cars: judge reinstates Madrid's low emissions zone
Vehicles entering certain parts of central Madrid will once again be fined after a judge ruled that traffic restrictions in the Spanish capital must be maintained to fight pollution.
We went off-roading with the Rolls-Royce Cullinan in Scotland
A luxury SUV experience with Rolls-Royce in Scotland's Speyside
Sex toy maker sues NYC transit for refusing their ads, allowing erectile dysfunction ads
Dame Products alleges the New York City MTA discriminated against their ads while allowing phallic art promoting impotency medication.
What are European countries doing to regulate e-scooters?
The first e-scooter death in France has put the regulation of the trendy vehicles back in the spotlight. Euronews takes a look at how some European countries are tackling the issue.
Truck driver involved in fatal e-scooter collision 'had taken drugs'
Truck driver that fatally hit man riding electric scooter in Paris was under narcotics, the Paris’ prosecutor’s office told Euronews.
Trains overwhelmed as Bangladeshis go home for Eid
Thousands of people scrambled to Dhaka's train stations on Tuesday (June 4) in hopes of returning home for Eid
Germany legalises e-scooters but bans them from the pavement
The approval on Friday means the UK is the last major European economy to still ban electric scooters.
Will Uber drivers benefit from biggest stock exchange debut in years?
Top executives, early venture capitalists and board members stand to reap benefits from their stakes in Uber, the decade-old ride-sharing giant that went public on Thursday. But what about its drivers?
Bubi bikes in Budapest: Hungary aims to become cycle-friendly
Budapest is working to become a bike-friendly city, with a growing network of dedicated paths, and a fleet of shared bicycles, known as Bubi bikes.
Business flourishes as Angola revitalises historic railroad
Angola's rebuilt railroad is a much quicker route to transport minerals from southern Africa.
Suffer from road rage? Try these tips to keep calm
80 percent of drivers experience some form of aggression behind the wheel. Try these tips to keep calm.
A view of a bird's eye: seagulls photobomb traffic cameras
Giving a more literal meaning to Transport for London's "bird's eye view" of traffic, seagulls photobomb traffic camera.