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Historians bring the 1917 Russian revolution into the modern day using internet technoligy
Euronews talks with Emilia Díaz Struck who led the "Paradise Papers" investigation
Carl Sargeant, 49, was suspended last week over allegations of sexual misconduct, which he denied.
Thousands of Russian Communist Party members marched across downtown Moscow to mark the centenary of the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution.
Syria says it will join the 2015 Paris accord on tackling global warming, leaving President Trump's administration the only one opposed to it
Nicola Sturgeon: "I categorically, unequivocally and wholeheartedly apologise for those laws and for the hurt and the harm they did to so many."
The World Health Organisation is urging farmers to stop using antibiotics to boost growth in healthy animals in a bid to curb human resistance to the drugs.
There are many people around the world who are born and die without leaving any official trace of their existence. They are ghosts in their own country; unaccounted for, unidentifiable and hidden.
Saudi Arabia has opened a new front in its proxy war with Iran, threatening Tehran’s ally Hezbollah and its home country Lebanon.
Seawatch said the Libyan coast guard caused panic by "beating and threatening" the migrants. Five of them died.
October 1917 in Petrograd. Russia is between two revolutions and threatened by a German invasion. As the Provisional Government struggles to fend off
Moscow parade remembers historic Red Square parade.
They were arrested for corruption but didn't have to give up their luxury lifestyle.
Police are currently investigating the suspicious package
Faced with two of the US’ most-deadly mass shootings, President Donald Trump has refused to accept that America has a gun problem. Instead, he has
ISIL gunmen disguised as policemen have stormed a TV station in Kabul, killing one person and wounding at least 20 others
It's taken ten years but the Louvre Abu Dhabi is finally open. It sits under a honeycombed dome of eight layers of Arab-style geometric shapes and draws in the lapping waters of the Persian Gulf.
At least 10 people have been arrested by counter-terrorism police in raids in France and Switzerland
Melania Trump encourages better participation in sports events.
The colours of the shirt have upset Spanish “right wing” nationalists.
Aliens may be more like us than we think, according to evolutionary biology.
A court in Kyoto has convicted a 70-year-old Japanese woman of a series of killings of elderly men by poisoning
Our chronology revisits the events in 1917 that shook the world
Young royal hopes to show his kingdom can be a leading player on the world stage.
'Lenin had never even managed an estate and all of a sudden he was in charge of a country', Russian author, historian and playwright Edvard Radzinsky tells euronews.
Some 200 pro-independence mayors gather in Brussels, as ousted leader Puigdemont calls for a united front against Spain
Discussions on blacklist brought forward after 'Paradise Papers' leak
"We hope to god" no to have to resort to US military power, Trump says during a visit to Seoul.
Why death and destruction command our attention and how to stop the news from negatively affecting your health.
One gun-control group says the law would have prevented potentially irresponsible and mentally incompetent people from being able to buy guns