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29 killed and 64 injuried in Mosque
29 people are killed and 64 injured in an explosion at the largest Shiite Muslim mosque in Afghanistan's Herat province.
German government and carmakers hold 'diesel summit'
Industry executives and ministers are meeting in Berlin to find solutions to the scandal-hit sector, under pressure from regulators, green campaigners and the courts.
Hundreds of Migrants rescued from the Mediterranean Sea
Hundreds of migrants have been rescued from the Mediterranean Sea while Italy are set to vote on a proposed new mission to tackle the migrant crisis.
Earth Overshoot Day: The planet is in energy debt from today
August 2, 2017, is Earth Overshoot Day, the day on which mankind has consumed more natural resources than the planet can renew throughout the whole of the year.
Amid dust and rust lie ruins of World War II command centre
In a vast network of tunnels carved into the rocks under the Maltese capital Valletta, faded maps of the Mediterranean hint at the island’s role in
Usain Bolt ready for his final bow at World Championships
Just in the unlikely case that the world of athletics did not know what they will be missing once Usain Bolt walks away in less than two weeks, the
Muslim nations meet to discuss Jerusalem tensions
Turkey hosts meeting of pan-Islamic group over tensions at Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Multiple deaths and injuries in explosion in mosque in Herat in Afghanistan
A suicide attack on a Shi’ite mosque in the city of Herat in western Afghan killed more than 29 people and wounded more than 64 today (August 1)
Neymar's move will put Paul Pogba's transfer in the shade
Neymar’s much hyped move from Barcelona to Paris St Germain is expected to be worth a whopping 222 million euros. But the transfer is not yet the
Seven Welsh priests walk into a bar and get mistaken for a stag party
A group of Roman Catholic priests were refused service at a Welsh pub on after staff mistook them for a stag party in fancy dress.
US diplomatic staff moving from Russia
US diplomatic staff are already moving after Russia decided to expel 755 of 1200 of them
STX shipyard deal due by September 27
France and Italy agree to find a solution for the STX shipyard deal by the end September
70 African migrants injured on Ceuta razor wire border fence
70 African migrants injured on razor wire after rushing border fence between Morocco and Ceuta
C-Star ship seeks to evade opponents as it heads out to disrupt migrant flow
A ship chartered to monitor whether humanitarian organisations and people smugglers were collaborating to transport migrants into Europe is dodging
Law that 'let-off rapists if they married victims' is scrapped
A law that let rapists off the hook if they married their victims has been scrapped in Jordan.
Pakistan has new interim Prime Minister
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi replaces Nawaz Sharif who was ousted last week amid corruption allegations
Moscow court shootout leaves three dead and five injured
Three people on their way to stand trial at a Moscow court were shot dead as they tried to escape.
Britain eyes trade deal with Brazil
Britain is looking to deepen trade link post-brexit including with Brazil
Venezuela opposition figures seized in overnight raids
Venezuelan authorities are urged not to use excessive force during an already 'extremely volatile situation,' after two opposition figures are seized from their homes in overnight raids
Venezuelan opposition leaders disappear after police raids on homes
Two prominent leaders of the Venezuelan opposition serving house arrests have been taken from their homes by the state intelligance services
Almost 500 suspected Turkish coup plotters on trial
Turkey is holding its largest trial ever over the July 2016 coup attempt
Cooking without gas on the road to Ashgabat
Turkmen made use of brutal summer weather conditions to cook their "ichlekli" in hot sand and embers
My Europe Series
Who are the Roma people?
When putting together a Right On episode for Euronews on the Roma community I actually realised that there is a lot of confusion about exactly who
Britain versus America: Who has the oldest skydiver?
A transatlantic tussle is underway involving two men aged over 100 - to determine who is the world record holder
Thieves steal iPhones from moving truck
Police in the Netherlands have arrested five Romanian men on suspicion of stealing iPhones worth 500,000 Euros from a moving delivery truck
Germany’s immigrant population hits record high
The number of people with an immigrant background in Germany reached a new high of 18.6 million in 2016, data from the Federal Statistics Office shows
What's flat yet stuffed, touristy yet tasty?
It's not a crepe - though it sure looks like one: introducing the qutab, a traditional flatbread from Azerbaijan.
Trump administration key departures
Trump administration key departures U.S. President Donald Trump ousted recently hired White House communications chief Anthony Scaramucci on Monday
Watch: Speedboat uses its power to fight wildfire
A speedboat pilot got creative in his benevolent bid to tackle a wildfire blaze. Video shot in western Canada shows the boat revving its engine and
Inmates used peanut butter to fool guard in jailbreak
Inmates at an Alabama prison escaped after fooling a new guard by obscuring door numbers with peanut butter