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Saudi-led coalition to re-open some ports in Yemen as UN warns blockade is having a disasterous effect on civilians
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Marcel Fratzscher says the German chancellor’s most consequential achievement is not economic
US Attorney General denies lying over Russia contacts
Jeff Sessions testifies befor a congressional committee rejecting allegations that he lied over his knowledge of Trump's camèpaign contacts with Russia
Shockwaves in Italian football world
The shock waves from Italy's failure to qualify for the World Cup continue to be felt across the country
Should Trump have unchecked nuclear powers?
A Senate committee questions the process for launching a nuclear attack - for the first time in over 40 years.
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Three killed, shooter dead, after attack at California school: reports
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Muslims clash with lawmakers on Paris streets
A Muslim association in France is taking legal action against French lawmakers after clashes with worshippers on the streets of a Paris suburb
Cambodia’s Hun Sen should be granted 'dignified exit': former opposition leader
Euronews speaks to Cambodia’s exiled former opposition leader about the future of the country and his party
Online freedoms ‘being squeezed in UK, France and Germany’
Terrorism, migration and elections have all seen online liberties restricted in recent years.
Sami Blood wins LUX award
The LUX prize casts the spotlight on films that go to the heart of the European public debate. This year's winner, Sami Blood, is a Swedish coming-of-age drama film written and directed by Amanda Kernell starring real-life sisters Lene Cecilia and Mia Erika Sparrok.
UK inflation holds firm despite rising food prices
UK inflation unexpectedly held steady last month. The annual rate was unchanged from September’s five-and-half year high of 3%, official data
Nigel Farage hits out at George Soros over ‘Brussels backing’
MEP claims collusion between Brussels and Soros is the 'biggest in history'.
Hariri to return to Lebanon from Saudi Arabia
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, who resigned from his post in a shock move earlier this month says he's well and will return to Lebanon from Saudi Arabia in the next two days.
Buffon retires after failed World Cup bid
A tearful Gianluigi Buffon has ended his 20-year goalkeeping career with Italy in the saddest possible way as they failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in 60 years
British doctor in fist fight with shark and wins
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United Arab Emirates sets its sights on Mars
"Arabs were pioneers in sciences hundreds of years ago - why can't we do it again?": the UAE Space Agency hopes to set up the first inhabitable human settlement on Mars by 2117, one hundred years from now.
Zimbabwe tensions rise as army tanks edge towards capital
Zimbabwe's military appears on course to collide with Mugabe's wife Grace
Oceans drowning in plastic: UN Climate Change Conference
Ocean protection is crucial in fighting climate change – that is one of the key messages emanating from the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bonn…
Australia votes in favour of same-sex marriage
Officials declare the results of a nationwide postal survey after years of fierce public and political debate
States using internet to threaten democracy on the increase
A recent report by Freedom House highlights a growing number of regimes using the internet to disrupt democracy abroad and limit individual freedom at home.
Leonardo DiCaprio makes surprise appearance to view da Vinci painting
The actor features in a project designed to show the significance of da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi painting by filming the public's reactions to it.
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Recruitment and tech experts give their predictions for the future of work.
Iran calls off hunt for quake survivors
Iranian officials have called off rescue operations following the earthquake in western Iran on Sunday , but locals continue to search for signs of life.
How do different European countries define the age of sexual consent?
At what age is sex with a child assumed nonconsensual, if at all, in different European countries?
British artist updates Beatles' Sgt Pepper cover featuring 2017's dead celebrities
The artist wants to draw attention to issues including climate change, gun violence and 'world leaders threatening nuclear annihilation during their morning bowel movement'
Trump Jr. was in contact with Wikileaks during 2016 campaign
Donald Trump's eldest son has confirmed he had direct contacts with WikiLeaks during the presidential campaign.
Who hacked the NSA?
Mysterious cyber criminals have stolen hacking tools the United States uses to spy on other countries.
New adoption law in Greece
The Labour Ministry has drafted a bill to streamline the complicated adoption process
Rescuers sift through rubble after deadly Iran quake
Hundreds of people have been killed by the devastating quake on the border between Iran and Iraq