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Salah Abdeslam, Europe's most-wanted man, arrested in Brussels
France seeks swift extradition of Salah Abdeslam
Syrian refugee sets sights on Rio Olympics
Yusra Mardini was among Syria's brightest swimming stars before being forced to flee her home due to the war
Ski Jumping: Kranjec wins final individual event of season
Robert Kranjec continued Slovenia’s fine finish to the Ski Jumping World Cup season when he triumphed at the final individual event on home snow in
Refugees could be returned from Greece to Turkey as soon as Sunday under new EU deal
Salah Abdeslam 'key figure in Paris attacks'
Euroleague: Barcelona beat Real Madrid to win El Clasico bragging rights
Barcelona won the El Clasico bragging rights this week when they beat rivals and defending champions Real Madrid in the top 16 phase of the
Brazil: Lula at the centre of a political storm
Europe and the tampon tax
Crimea ceremonies mark two years since Russian annexation
President Putin visits to check progress on the construction of a 19-kilometre bridge linking peninsula to Russian mainland
Athletics: Lavillenie and Suhr win first golds of 2016 World Indoor Championships
Pole vaulters Renaud Lavillenie and Jenn Suhr claimed the first gold medals of the World Indoor Championships with record-breaking clearances on
Iraq: Moqtada al-Sadr supporters stage sit-in outside Green Zone
Thousands of Moqtada al-Sadr’s followers are staging an anti-corruption sit-in at the walls of Baghdad’s Green Zone, where Iraq’s major government
All for one, one for all - peer-led initiatives give boost to female entrepreneurs
In this edition of Business Planet, host Giacomo Segantini visited Dublin to meet a woman at the heart of female entrepreneurship initiatives in
Taking the Tunisian Revolution into the schools: forging a 21st century system
Tunisia gets its Learning World two-year report card as Maha Barada returns to see if the Arab Spring has blown a wind of change through the country's classrooms
Corruption scandal pushes FIFA to $122 mln loss for 2015
With corruption related legal costs mounting and sponsors bailing out FIFA has announced it suffered big losses in 2015.
EU and Turkey agree migrant deal
Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders appears in court to answer charges of hate speech
Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders is back in court to answer charges of discrimination and hate speech against the country’s Moroccan minority
UEFA Champions League draw: Man City to face Paris Saint-Germain in quarter-finals
Favourites Barcelona will play Atletico Madrid.
Syrian government: "Europe is guilty of many strategic mistakes"
On Monday, Russia surprised the international community with the announcement that it is to begin the partial withdrawal of its troops from Syria
Russian interest rates on hold, inflation outlook uncertain
Russia's central bank has left its main lending rate at 11 percent and signalled that it is not looking at cuts to the cost of borrowing anytime soon as it focuses on keeping inflation under control.
Tributes to former German foreign minister Guido Westerwelle
Guido Westerwelle, Germany’s former foreign minister and first openly gay leader of a mainstream political party, has died aged 54, just months after
Fighting talk for the EU from Turkey's president
Recep Tayyip Erdogan accuses leaders of hypocrisy over migrants, human rights and terrorism
Paris terror suspect Abdeslam's fingerprints 'found in raided Brussels flat'
The fingerprints of Paris terror attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam have been found at a flat in Brussels, according to Belgian authorities. The Belgian
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Europe Weekly: The EU and Turkey strike controversial deal over refugees
In this week’s edition of Europe Weekly: the EU and Turkey strike a deal over the refugee crisis; a Syrian doctor seeking refuge in Belgium tells his
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Every Friday journalists from euronews’ various language teams choose a selection of stories from Europe and beyond which you may have missed… or
Generali shares fall despite 22% profit increase
Shares of Italian insurance company Generali fell on Friday, even though it posted a 22 percent increase in full-year net profit.
Former Porsche boss cleared of market manipulation in VW takeover attempt
Porsche's former chief executive Wendelin Wiedeking has been acquitted of alleged stock market manipulation, over its attempt to take control of Volkswagen in 2008.
Through the thought provoking lens of Andres Serrano
The Collection Lambert in Avignon, France is showing the work of American photographer Andres Serrano.
Cuba's rich heritage makes change a complicated question
Havana, a city frozen in time, shyly exposing the uniqueness gained as a result of years in a kind of stasis. I did not come to Cuba to see
US fisherman catches huge shark
In West Beach, Galveston, Texas, a fisherman had the surprise of his life. He caught a six-feet long shark. The man succeeded in beaching it with