The most valuable diamond earrings to ever be put up for auction are on display in London. A super-rare blue one is called Apollo and Artemis is pink.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the daily news stories from Europe’s de facto political capital. In this episode: the UN High
Four nationwide protests in the last 10 days have degenerated into clashes between youths throwing stones and security forces spraying crowds with tear gas.
The man reportedly targeted a teacher in the California classroom, injuring two children before turning the gun on himself.
Police wielding batons managed to push the protesters back. Italian media are reporting that five or six police officers were slightly injured during the scuffles.
With Italian, Spanish, German and French sides in action on Tuesday the Champions league quarter finals have begun.
Video has emerged of a United Airlines passenger being dragged from his overbooked flight to make room for an airline employee.
Euronews talked to German liberal MEP Graf Lambsdorff about how likely Turkey is to ever join the EU.
Donald Trump’s pick for the US Supreme Court has been sworn in to the lifetime post in a ceremony at the White House.
Police and protesters clash in Buenos Aires
French Guiana hit by protests and strikes
On the run Mexican governor held in Italy
Murdered police officer Keith Palmer laid to rest in London
Energy ministers have already failed to reach agreement on a joint statement on climate change at the meeting in Italy.
The Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been released from jail after serving a two-week sentence for organising anti-corruption protests.
Sweden mourns those killed in truck attack
A lengthy takeover process ends with German generic drugmaker Stada agreeing to be bought by investment groups Bain Capital and Cinven.
Eight of Europe's finest sides square off this week in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals. Some will fancy their chances, others less so after some less-than-convincing domestic perf
Tensions already fraught following the attempted coup in Turkey last year have been hardened by the referendum.
British financial regulators are investigating Barclays Chief Executive Jes Staley and the bank over attempts to identify a whistleblower employee.