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Residents of Copenhagen's Christiania demolish cannabis huts after shooting
France vows to close Calais migrant camp
French authorities plan to dismantle the so-called Calais Jungle camp – home to thousands of migrants fleeing war or poverty in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Spain's acting PM Rajoy loses second confidence vote
Spain’s acting prime minister Mariano Rajoy has failed in a second attempt to win parliament’s backing to form a government, plunging the country into…
Fancy a holiday? Come to Syria!
The war-torn country is being portrayed as an inviting holiday destination - at a time when hundreds of thousands of its citizens are literally dying to leave.
Uzbek government confirms President Karimov has died
Ireland to appeal Apple EU tax ruling
Ireland’s cabinet has approved an appeal against an EU ruling that it should receive 13 billion euros in unpaid taxes from technology giant Apple.
Philippines rocked by market blast in Davao
An explosion has ripped through a market in the Philippines killing at least ten people and wounding dozens more.
Vuelta a Espana: Valerio Conti scores stunning solo win
The boy on the beach: migrant crisis 'worsening' one year after Aylan Kurdi's death
2,000 jobs under threat at Caterpillar in Belgium
World's largest maker of heavy machinery begins consultation process that could lead to closure of plant in Charleroi.
Maduro attempts to stave off slow political death in Venezuela
In Venezuela the trial of strength between Nicolás Maduro and his enemies has lasted eight months, ever since the opposition seized a parliamentary majority for the first time in 16…
Uzbekistan faces future without President Karimov in power
Dozens more Zika cases identified in Singapore
Singapore is the only Asian country with active transmission of the mosquito-born virus, which generally causes mild symptoms but can lead to serious birth defects in unborn children.
Dead or alive: confusion over Uzbek President Islam Karimov's condition
While diplomatic sources have indicated that Uzbekistan’s longstanding president, Islam Karimov has died, Uzbek officials are yet to confirm the news.
US job growth slows in August
US employment growth slowed more than expected in August to 151,000, probably ruling out an interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve this month.
UK's Boris Johnson in Bratislava ahead of EU Summit of the EU 27
While the UK question hangs over Europe, Brexit is not on the official agenda for the upcoming informal EU Summit on 16 September in Bratislava A flurry of pre-summit meetings have already been taking
Dublin to fight Brussels over EU ordered Apple back tax payment
The Irish government says 'We don't want the money' as it decides to appeal against the EU ordering Apple to pay billions in back taxes.
Media shakeup: Greece raises €246m with sale of four TV licences
The winners have been announced in the great Greek TV sell-off, with four companies winning bids for television channels in an unprecedented auction.
Turkish-backed incursion 'liberates' 400 sq km of northern Syria - President Erdogan
A Turkish-backed incursion Syria has liberated a vast swath of land from terrorists, according to Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Italian economy stagnated in Q2
It has been confirmed Italy's economy stagnated in the period from April to June not growing at all from the first three months of the year.
Spanish jobless total rises as tourism season ends
Spanish unemployment rose for the first time in five months in August as a bumper tourism season ends.
Taiwan: massage for pampered pooches
It’s a dogs life.
'The Light Between Oceans' a couple's heartbreaking moral dilemma
Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander took to the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival for the premiere of their latest feature 'The Light Between Oceans.'
Spain tries to form a government for the second time this week
Commentators say Conservative leader Mariano Rajoy's likely failure will start the countdown towards another election.
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State of the Union: EC takes a bite out of Apple, TTIP talks teeter
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Every Friday journalists from euronews’ various language teams choose a selection of stories from Europe and beyond which did not reach the international headlines Barack Obama creates the world’s lar
Protesters clash with police in Venezuela
Venezuelan police used tear gas to disperse a crowd of anti government protesters on a highway in Caracas on Thursday.
El Salvador: fireballs battle with the devil
Locals in the town of Nejapa in El Salvador have gathered, to hurl fireballs at one another in honour of a huge volcanic eruption in 1922 which forced all of the residents to abandon the…
Fertility Day? "Go Forth and Multiply!" say Italians
A government campaign to boost the slowing fertility rate in Italy has met with a chorus of criticism from those who say it is offensive and ignorant of the problems it is trying to…
Many dead and injured in Pakistan bombings
The Islamist group behind the Easter Day attack on Christians Lahore says it carried out the attacks.