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Venezuela: violence continues as the elderly take to the streets
Chelsea clinch Premier League title
Former Marseille striker Michy Batshuayi scored from close range to down West Brom 1-0 at the Hawthorns, handing Chelsea their sixth Premier League title.
Israeli military kill Palestinian man in West Bank clashes
A twenty year old Palestinian man has been shot dead by Israeli soldiers during clashes at a rally in Nabi Saleh, a village in the West Bank.
Global cyberattack holds Britain's NHS and businesses worldwide hostage
One of the biggest cyberattacks yet using ransomware to extort money from businesses and government organisations has spread like wildfire around the world.
Trump warns former FBI boss against speaking to the press, hints at White House "tapes"
Costa Concordia captain given 16 year sentence
The former captain of the Costa Concordia cruise liner was sentenced to 16 years in prison on Friday by Italy's top court for his role in the shipwreck which killed 32 people.
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State of the Union: Is Macron's EU honeymoon already over?
This is the State of the Union, euronews’ weekly roundup of EU affairs.
US arming of Syrian Kurds will dominate Turkish president's visit to Washington
Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he expects talks in Washington with Donald Trump next week will mark a new beginning in their troubled relations.
G7 finance ministers puzzle over Trump's policies
Pope Francis arrives in Portugal for Fatima trip
Pope Francis arrived at Monte Real airport in Portugal on Friday where he was greeted by the Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa.
ISIL lose control of Tabqa and its dam
In a key setback for ISIL Syrian free units and the Kurds have retaken Tabqa and its dam, opening the road to the final assault on Raqqa.
Emirati princesses tried in Belgium on human trafficking charges
Eight Emirati princesses are on trial in the Belgian capital in a slavery case dating back to 2008.
UK hospitals, Spanish businesses hit by cyber attack
Hackers have launched massive ransomware attacks on the UK health service and a range of Spain's biggest companies in a bid to extort money.
US-China trade plan progress unveiled, but deficit benefits unclear
A US-China deal on agricultural products, trade, financial services, investment and energy will likely make little difference to the US trade deficit.
Hard Irish border would be 'a disaster', ex-UK PM Blair says
A return to a hard border in Ireland would be a disaster, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said on Friday.
Pakistan bombing 'targets Senate deputy chairman'
Officials say at least 25 people have died in a bombing, which appeared to target the deputy chairman of the Pakistan Senate.
Manchester United hold on to reach Europa League final
Manchester United survived a late scare to draw at home to Celta Vigo and reach the Europa League final on Thursday.
Rome post office hit by "protest" bomb say police
Italian police believe explosive devices found near a post office in the capital, Rome, were intended as a protest.
Crotian pop-opera, Romanian yodelling and Hungarian gypsy fusion in Eurovision final
Germany enjoys strong economic growth in Q1
French private sector employment increases
14-year old neglected boy found in squalid Israeli home
Israeli police investigating why a 14 year-old was kept secluded and mostly indoors in his Hadera home said they no longer suspect the boy's parents.
Interview: EU's Moscovici hails Macron win
Efi koutsokosta, euronews: On Sunday (May 14), President Hollande is officially handing power to Emmanuel Macron, so what Brussels does expect from this new President, as we have seen that his victory
Legend or luxury - which car will France's new president choose for his investiture?
It is a strategic choice and not a question of personal preference for Emmanuel Macron.
Turkey: dozens detained and sought over alleged terror links
French philosopher Levy gets pied in Belgrade
A Serbian activist threw a cream pie in the face of French intellectual Bernard-Henri Levy at a showing of his film ‘Peshmerga’ in the Serbian capital of Belgrade on Wednesday (10…
Pilgrims descend on Fatima ahead of Pope's visit
Mobs of pilgrims began to flock to Fatima to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Marian apparitions and to see Pope Francis who is due to visit between May…
15 large great white sharks spotted near CA paddleboarders
California paddleboarders found themselves in what resembled an outtake from ‘Jaws’ when the chilling announcement was made that they were just metres from a school of around 15 great white…
South Korea orders Hyundai-Kia to recall 240,000 vehicles
South Korea’s transport ministry has ordered the compulsory recall of some 240,000 vehicles, following a tip off from a whistleblower.
Costa Concordia verdict due
Italy's highest court is due to give a verdict in the case of the captain of the Costa Concordia cruise ship that sank in 2012 with the loss of 32 lives.