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There is concern that hundreds of thousands of people on the US island territory of Puerto Rico could become infected with the Zika virus this year
An agreement was made on security measures with airport police to reopen the airport. Only a partial service will run from Zaventem which was severely damaged by the bombings on March 22.
South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma has denied acting dishonestly in a scandal over public funds spent on renovations at his private home. But he has
Hundreds of migrants and refugees broke out of a holding centre on the Greek island of Chios on Friday following a night of violence there. Tensions
Turkey dominated proceedings on home tatami on day one of the Samsun Grand Prix - the fourth Grand Prix of the season.
Is Turkey a safe country for Syrian refugees? Amnesty International doesn’t think so. And with Europe’s deal on returning migrants there taking
The majority of Europeans and Brits questioned in a new survey are opposed to Brexit according to pollster Odoxa. Of more than 4,000 people asked
Egypt has invited archaeologists from all over the world to examine new analysis of King Tutankhamun’s tomb in the Valley of the Kings. Scientists
Apple, the world's best known technology company, is celebrating its 40th birthday, during which time it has changing the way people communicate and access information and entertainment.
Police have clashed with farmers in the southern Philippines. The farmers are demanding food aid from the government after 300,000 thousand hectares
Euronews gets exclusive access to a village recently retaken from ISIL militants
The equal pay debate between elite male and female athletes gathered more momentum this week when players from the Women’s US football team filed a
Hosting world leaders in Washington, US President Barack Obama has urged them to do more to safeguard their nuclear facilities amid fears that groups
A sneak preview of Tesla Motors' Model 3 has generated more than 180,000 pre-orders in less than two days, even as sales of all-electric and hybrid vehicles are down.
Ice hockey star Serhiy Varlamov signed off his illustrious career by winning the Ukrainian Championship with Donbass following a best-of-seven final
Some people call the Greek port city of Piraeus “New Idomeni.” It hosts more than 6,000 refugees, many in need of food, clothes and moral support
In this edition of Learning World, we visited both northern Rwanda and southern Brazil to examine a question that faces families the world over –
After a night of violence at a holding centre on the Greek island of Chios, hundreds of migrants and refugees have forced their way out, reportedly
The outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party or PKK has said it carried out Thursday’s car bombing in the Turkish city of Diyarbakir that killed seven police
Estonia is Europe’s most connected country for business.
A Monaco-based energy services company, Unaoil, is at the centre of major bribery and corruption allegations.
The attacks in Brussels continue to make headlines and lead radio and television bulletins across Europe. RAI 3 in Italy looks at the backgrounds of
Religious leaders vow to unify all communities in the wake of the Brussels attacks, as Muslims fear reprisals for the March 22 suicide bombings.
Losses at Britain's Co-operative Bank nearly doubled last year and the chief executive warns it will remain unprofitable for the next two years though he is making progress with a turnaround plan.
With Europe’s deal on sending migrants back to Turkey due to come into force on Monday, the plight of the more than 50,000 people stranded in Greece
Fashion designer Hedi Slimane is stepping down from French brand Yves Saint Laurent. The Frenchman has been with the company since the ’90s, taking
In this edition of Europe weekly, the Belgian capital remains in shock following the Brussels attacks, while migrants and refugees remain the big
US employers added 215,000 jobs and wages picked up in March. The jobless rate rose to 5.0 percent as more Americans returned to the labour market.
Euronews interviews Patrick Bontinck, the CEO of the tourism body Visit Brussels, to find out how tourism has been impacted by the March 22 attacks.
We highlight some of the best April Fool's Day jokes in the European media (and beyond)