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A Palestinian was shot dead as he attempted a suspected knife-attack on Israeli forces just kilometres from where the US President's was visiting Jerusalem's Old City. Meanwhile, a general strike was
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European films at Cannes
The European Commission's Media programme seeks to boost the profile of European cinema.One of the films supported by the programme, Yorghos Lanthimos's The Killing of a Sacred Deer, is in the runni
Trump sees ''rare opportunity'' for Middle East peace
Donald Trump has said he believes he has a ‘‘rare opportunity’‘ to bring peace to the Middle East after arriving in Israel.
Iconic US circus stages final show
The curtain has finally fallen on one of the world’s oldest and most famous circus companies.
25 wounded in Bangkok military hospital bomb blast
Police in Thailand say a bomb blast at a Bangkok army hospital on Monday has wounded 25 people.
Relics of St Nicholas visited by thousands of worshipers in Moscow
Thousands of people from all over Russia have gathered at Moscow’s Christ the Saviour cathedral to visit the relics of St.
At least 3 climbers die on Mount Everest
Three climbers have died on Mount Everest and another is missing in a busy and tragic weekend on the world’s highest mountain, according to officials and expedition…
MotoGP rider Nicky Hayden dies from his injuries
World Superbike rider Nicky Hayden has died from his injuries in Cesena, Italy.
UK Prime Minister defends social care plan
Theresa May has rushed to defend her party's manifesto proposals on making elderly people meet some of the costs of social care delivered to them at home. Her opponents have dubbed the plan the "deme
The Brief from Brussels: Barnier takes up Brexit talks post
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of all the day’s top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Germany and France pledge to speed up eurozone reforms
Germany and France say they will work together to strengthen the eurozone and warn if they fail political extremists will take power.
Aunkai Bujutsu, a martial art based on body awareness and the basics
In the south of Ardèche, France, euronews meets Japan's Akuzawa Minoru to learn about Aunkai Bujutsu, a newly created martial art.
West Bank walk out supports hunger-striking Palestinians in Israeli prisons
Palestinians in the West Bank and in East Jerusalem have closed all shops in a general strike in support of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails whose mass hunger strike has entered its 36th…
Turkey's coup suspects go on trial
Among the 200 defendants are President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ex-aide-de-camp and the former head of Turkey's air force
Chief Brexit negotiator says a "no deal" is not an option
Chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says a ‘no deal scenario’ with the UK would be unthinkable.
RBS tries to settle embarrassing court case
A compensation court case against Royal Bank of Scotland has been postponed after the lender made a last-minute settlement offer to investors.
Ford changes gear, ousts CEO
US carmaker Ford has dumped CEO Mark Fields. He'll be replaced by James Hackett, the head of the unit developing its self-driving cars.
Portugal exits EU's budget deficit watchlist
Portugal is no longer in breach of the EU’s budget rules, officials say, which cap a country’s deficit at three percent of gdp.
Portugal no longer breaking EU budget deficit rules
European Commission to end disciplinary budget procedures against Portugal and Croatia, but France, Spain and the UK remain above deficit limits.
LGBT community under increasing attack in Indonesia
LGBT community in Indonesia face growing prejudice
Watch euronews' French election VR experience
After covering the French presidential campaign with an innovative series of 360° portraits of voters, Euronews takes you back into their home, to
US students walk out during Pence speech
The Notre Dame protesters stood up in protest against the conservative vice-president's policies affecting immigrants and the LGBT community.
Lava spouts from Kilauea
Time-lapse video captured lava oozing from Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii on Friday (19 May).
Trump touches down in Israel in search of the 'ultimate deal'
Trump in Israel for talks with Netanyahu and Abbas
An underwater kite built to harness tidal energy
Scientists are working on a prototype underwater kite to capture energy from tides in a sea inlet in Northern Ireland.
Latest North Korean missile test sparks Western fury
The latest test-firing by North Korea of a intermediate range missile has provoked a furious reaction from the West, South Korea and other regional powers.
Man set on fire as violent turmoil sweeps Venezuela
Man set on fire as Venezuelan violence increases
The small Swedish town with a big international Gay Pride appeal
Hundreds of waving rainbow flags and groups of people dancing through the streets to Madonna can mean just one thing: Gay Pride has come to town.
Crackdown in crackland
Brazilian riot police arrested 34 in a pre-dawn raid on Sunday (May 21) in the downtown Sao Paulo neighbourhood known as Cracolandia (Crackland), a notorious zone where crack cocaine users and addicts