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Real miss out on La Liga record with Villarreal draw
Real Madrid missed the chance to break the La Liga record with 17 consecutive wins when they were held to a one all draw by Villarreal on Wednesday.
Police uncover world's largest illegal Viagra factory
It is alleged millions of euros worth of the counterfeit drugs were sold via the Internet from an address in Poland. Officials say popular brand names and own branding labels were used.
The Brief from Brussels: EU vows to end roaming
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Paris climate agreement "in force by end of 2016"
The Paris climate agreement came a step closer to taking effect on Wednesday (Sept.
UN to resume aid deliveries in Syria
New acting Latin Patriarch for Jerusalem voices his fears for Christianity in the Middle East
The new acting Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem has voiced his fears for the fate of Christians in the Middle East saying their presence in the region is under…
The war in Colombia is over, Santos tells UN
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has officially submitted the peace deal to end his country’s civil war to the United Nations Security Council.
EU answers call to scrap 'no roaming fees' time limit
Consumers should be exempt from roaming fees no matter how long they spend abroad, the European Commission said on Wednesday.
US calls for Syria no-fly zone as UN says it will resume aid convoys
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At least 32 people killed in DRC during two days of violence
At least 32 people have been killed in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) over the last two days, according to a police spokesman.
Italy's baby blues not just a question of fertility
Faxed bomb threat forced the closure and evacuation of all schools in Canada's Prince Edward Island Province
A bomb threat affects the Canada's Prince Edward Island Province. 19,000 students are evacuated.
US decides: Trump vs Clinton - Grobe's view
With just days to go before the first US presidential debate between Republican candidate Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, Euronews Washington correspondent Stefan Grobe checks i
OPEC and other oil producers tentatively inch towards a production freeze
In this edition of Business Line we look at the chances of OPEC and non-member producers, including Russia, reaching an agreement on limiting oil production.
Greece rejects three Turkish soldiers asylum requests
Greece has rejected an asylum request from three out of a group of eight Turkish soldiers who fled there, following July’s failed military coup in Turkey.
Rome to join Boston and Hamburg in withdrawing bid for 2024 Olympic Games
Rome’s mayor has begun formal steps to withdraw her city’s candidacy to host the 2024 Summer Olympic Games.
Hosts Canada eliminate Team USA from World Cup of Hockey
Canada condemned the United States to an early exit from the World Cup of Hockey following a 4-2 victory in their second game of group A in Toronto.
Microbes and the meaning of life?
Researchers in Japan are hoping microbes from Space could hold the secret to the origins of life on Earth.
Germany: teenage refugee arrested over possible ISIL ties
Police in Germany say they have arrested a 16-year-old Syrian refugee in Cologne on suspicion of having links to ISIL.
Claim and counterclaim as US and Russia row over destroyed aid convoy
The short lived truce in Syria brokered by the US and Russia is in tatters after a UN aid convoy was destroyed.
OECD forecasts weak global growth, not enough to meet expectations of young and old
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development says global economic growth will flounder this year and next as globalisation stalls.
Super PACs rule for Hillary Clinton
President Obama told the UN that there is too much money in American politics.
Protests over latest fatal shootings by US police
At least a dozen police officers and several demonstrators have been hurt in violent protests following the fatal shooting of a black man in North Carolina.
Bank of Japan changes stimulus policy, denies it's running out of options
The Bank of Japan is changing tack as it tries to get the economy growing again with an increased emphasis on the amount of interest paid to investors who buy government bonds.
65 million people displaced by conflict worldwide: World Bank report
The number of people displaced by conflict worldwide stands at 65 million, according to a new World Bank report.
Attacker shot after storming Israeli embassy in Ankara
An Israeli official said an attacker who tried to storm the Israel embassy in the Turkish capital has been captured.
Tim Burton brings Miss Peregrine to life
Tim Burton’s latest venture, ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’, is based on the 2012 bestseller of the same name by Ransom Riggs.
3D printed cast could replace plaster
If you’ve ever had to wear a cast, you will be familiar with the discomfort of not being able to scratch that itch on your leg or arm.
VW investors sue the car giant for 8.2 billion euros - German court
Oktoberfest in Munich
Oktoberfest actually begins in September (September 17 to October 3 this year).