State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Hacker Hunter Next Level
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
Digital Garden City Nation
Under The Hood
More about this topic
Remote working: These countries are shunning the post-COVID trend
More about this topic
Teen pilot lands in Belgium after record-breaking flight
Zara Rutherford touched down in the town of Kortrijk, 90km west of Brussels, on Thursday afternoon - the same airfield where she embarked on her journey last August.
Last seven years the hottest on record, new climate report finds
The report also noted record concentrations of greenhouse gases.
UN appeals for record €36 billion amid global surge in demand for aid
The UN warns that needs are skyrocketing worldwide as the pandemic continues to rage, and climate change and conflicts push more people to the brink of famine.
OECD warns Omicron variant could be a 'threat to economic recovery'
"The economic priority is the vaccine," said the OECD, warning that the recovery from last year's post-pandemic slump is running out of steam.
World AIDS Day: HIV diagnoses dropped by 24% during COVID-19 pandemic
In many countries, lockdowns have led to steep drops in HIV diagnoses, referrals to care services, and HIV treatment initiations, according to two reports.
Interpol plays down controversy over new president Ahmed Al-Raisi
Al-Raisi, who has been accused of overseeing torture, was today chosen as the new president of international police organisation Interpol.
COVID-19: 'The pandemic could be with us for many years,' WHO warns
As anger spreads across Europe over re-imposed coronavirus restrictions and lockdowns, the WHO warns that the virus might be with us for many years.
Hard-hit travel industry gathers in London to boost tourism
Global tourism numbers were still down by 67% in July, compared to the same month in 2019.
Global recovery depends on equal access to vaccines, ILO says
For every 14 people fully vaccinated in the second quarter of 2021, one full-time equivalent job was added to the global labour market, substantially boosting the recovery.
Scientists call for 'radical rethink' of tech's role in health
Large gaps remain in our understanding of the interface between digital technologies and health, according to the latest report by The Lancet and Financial Times.
Check your breasts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes around each October to highlight the need to raise funds to battle an illness that kills more than 680,000 people every year.
180 countries participate in World Cleanup Day 2021
On Saturday around 50 million volunteers from every continent of the globe participated in the 2021 World Cleanup Day.
This interactive map allows you to listen to forests around the world
Each ecosystem has its own unique soundscape.
UNHCR: Europe 'not able to deal' with record-high refugee movements
Speaking to Euronews, Filippo Grandi says the EU must have a united system in place to distribute asylum seekers.
Gaga, McCartney, Elton John and more offer hope at COVID-19 concert
A virtual concert packed with A-listers -- from The Rolling Stones to Taylor Swift to Billie Eilish -- entertained fans around the world with a show celebrating health workers, as billions shelter at home due to coronavirus
'Stagnating' European democracy follows year of protest — study
The average global score for democracies fell from 5.48 out of 10 in 2018 to 5.44 in 2019 — the lowest since the Democracy Index was created.
These brave women volunteered for a voyage to research plastic
Over two years and more than 38000 nautical miles, a 73ft yacht will carry hundreds of women on a groundbreaking research mission.
The 'Bat-Signal' shines around the world as Batman turns 80
The 'Bat-Signal' beamed out across the globe at 8 p.m. local time on Saturday evening (September 21) to mark Batman turning 80
Dozens feared dead in California boat fire
Four bodies have been recovered and another four have been identified on the ocean floor after a commercial diving boat caught fire off Santa Cruz Island in the early hours of Monday, the US Coast Guard confirmed.
'Dangerously high levels of antibiotics found in world's major rivers'
Overexposure to antibiotics through river pollution can lead to antibiotic resistance in humans - a potentially deadly outcome.
World heading for warmest decade since records began: Met Office
The Met Office has warned the world is in the middle of what is likely to be the warmest decade since records began in 1850.
Europe briefing: Three stories to know about today
Euronews brought you the latest news and updates as they happened this morning.
What were our most-read articles in 2018?
As New Year's Eve approaches, it's always good to take a look back and reflect on the year that has passed. At Euronews, taking stock means flagging the content our readers — you — most enjoyed over the past 12 months.
Training to be Magnus Carlsen: How chess makes children smarter | View
Players battling it out to be world champion command millions of dollars in winnings and sponsorship. But chess has long been linked to high brain capacity - and could help make children smarter.
What is International Men's Day and where is it celebrated?
More than 70 countries worldwide are marking International Men's Day today. But what is it?
Urgent action needed to end child marriage
134 million more female children will become brides in the next 12 years unless we act now, warns Save the Children on Day of the Girl.