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EURONEWS EXCLUSIVE: Former NATO chief says more pressure is needed on North Korea
Former US Secretary of State John Kerry and NATO's former chief, Anders Fogh Rasmussen speak exclusively to Euronews on the escalating threats from North Korea
London: UK threat level raised to 'critical' after Tube blast
Britain’s Prime Minister announced that the UK terror threat level has been raised to ‘critical’ following the blast on a London underground train on
Hundreds of thousands of children suffer while fleeing Myanmar
Almost a quarter of a million children are now living in squalid refugee camps in Bangladesh after crossing the border from Myanmar, according to
UK terror threat raised to 'critical' after London Tube blast
ISIL claimed responsibility for Friday's rush-hour bombing which injured 29 people
Police treating London Underground explosion as 'terrorist incident'
Police say they are treating an explosion on the London Underground, which left 22 people hospitalized, as a “terrorist incident”. Emergency
EU roadmap for the next 12 months
The President of the European Commission presented his ambitious vision to MEPs.
Merkel: Internal German border checks to remain in place
Checks on internal German borders should remain in place 'until the protection of the EU's external borders operates as we imagine', says Merkel
Iceland's government brought down by sex abuse letter
PM calls snap election after government collapses
View: EU must punish Poland for attack on judicial independence
The European Union should use political and economic tools to bring judicial autonomy to Poland
Watch the Global Energy Prize Summit live from Euronews
US-Japan relations could be heading for trying times
The US and Japan could see their relationship tested following North Korea’s latest missile launch.
The Russian Revolution seen by Cai Guo-Qiang
"Cai Guo-Qiang: October" marks the 100-year anniversary of the Russian Revolution in Pushkin Meum in Moscow
What you need to know about Turkey’s S-400 air defence missiles
Mission accomplished for Cassini as the probe crashes into Saturn
Irish women's contact sport 'camogie' is not for the faint-hearted
Camogie, an Irish full-contact sport played only by women, is very physical and can seem "vicious and ferocious", says All-Ireland champion Grainne Ní Chatháin
Spanish constitution should be 'starting point' for any debate about Catalonia, says Timmermans
EU vice president says Spanish law is the commission's first consideration in the Catalan independence question.
Transcript of Juncker's comment on Catalonia in Euronews interview
The original French and an English translation of European Commission president's words.
Juncker brings positivity to Europe but is it just a pleasant dream?
The European State of the Union speech set out an ambitious future but lacked detail.
Tunisia overturns decades-old ban on women marrying non-Muslims
The move follows recent pledges from President Beji Caid Essebsi to improve women's rights in the country
France: man arrested after knife attack on soldier in Paris
A man has been arrested in Paris after attacking a soldier with a knife. No injuries were reported. The attack took place at the Châtelet metro stop
Angelina Jolie premiers "First They Killed My Father"
In her latest role as director, Angelina Jolie takes us to Cambodia following the 1970's Khmer Rouge regime under which more than a million people died.
Rewriting the Rules of Hospitality
Behind the scenes at The Upper House in Hong Kong with Christian Louboutin and Victoria Beckham.
Jean-Claude Juncker clears the confusion over Catalonia
The European Commission has clarified its position on the Catalonia independence referendum after Jean Claude Juncker appeared to say that he would support a yes vote.
Seychelles: A honeymoon for all your desires
Any mention of the Seychelles evokes, first and foremost, images of powdered beaches and the turquoise ocean brimming with marine life but this
Europe's finance ministers plot course for tax harmonisation
France is leading the push for reform with the so-called equalisation tax and it has companies such as Amazon and Google and Apple its crosshairs
Greek authorities reassure public following oil spill
'We can deal with this', say Greek authorities following oil spill near Athens.
Peru's Congress dismisses president's cabinet as political crisis deepens
Peru’s opposition-controlled Congress ousted center-right President Pedro Pablo Kuczysnki’s cabinet in a vote of no-confidence early on Friday
Zapad 2017: what you need to know about Belarus and Russia's military exercises
This week Russia and Belarus are conducting drills that have worried Nato members.
Mexico weathers through a series of natural disasters
Mexico is hit by a series of natural disasters.
Trump joins Congress condemnation of Charlottesville rally violence
The US president added his voice to opposition of racial hatred but defended his remarks that blame must be shared