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Ankara is furious over the US trial at which gold trader Reza Zarrab is appearing as the prosecution's star witness
Slobodan Praljak died after taking potassium cyanide, Dutch prosecutors say, citing the results of a preliminary post mortem.
European Council President Donald Tusk has given the British government until Monday to make a final offer to avoid a hard border on the island.
He's the first senior White House official to cooperate in the special counsel's investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the US presidential election.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini spoke to Euronews at the Med 2017 - Mediterranean Dialogues conference in Rome
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The huge Christmas crib consists of clay figurines called "santons," which are traditional in southern France
Donald Trump's ex-national security advisor Michael Flynn has been charged with making false statements to the FBI over Russian contacts
It is perhaps surprising that Russia has never hosted the FIFA World Cup, the biggest of single sport events. Given the poor recent results of the
Pope Francis had an emotional meeting with Muslim refugees from Myanmar in Bangladesh, using the word Rohingya to describe them for the first time on his Asia trip
The suspicious package prompted authorities to clear out a Potsdam Christmas market
Zimbabwe's new president has appointed two military chiefs to his new cabinet, in a move widely seen as a reward for their support
Right now, it's invisible. Many fear a return to border checks could undermine peace on the island and hurt its economy.
It was only launched last month, but a new European satellite is already sending back spectacular images of the Earth’s atmosphere.
Unless governments in the Western Balkans, and their EU and US partners, redouble their efforts to bring those responsible for wartime crimes to justice, there is a danger that history will repeat itself, writes Lydia Gall
Countries across the Muslim world have been toasting the anniversary, except in Saudi Arabia, where it's not encouraged.
Euronews' round-up of the top stories from the past week
Hundreds of people braved cold weather to get a glimpse of Prince Harry and US actress Meghan Markle as they attended a charity event in Nottingham
Only products manufactured end-to-end in the French Haute-Vienne county will have the right to bear the official name.
Find out the fixtures for next summer’s football festival in Russia.
Mexico's ambassador to France talks to Euronews
When the Milwaukee Bucks are good – they are very good.
At the Moda Center on Thursday night they humbled the Portland Trail Blazers in their own
The suicide of a convicted war criminal has highlighted the dominance of nationalist narratives in Croatian politics and media.
A fire has gutted nearly two dozen buildings in the US city of Cohoes in upstate New York.
The blaze is believed to have been sparked by an amateur
Sentinel-5P was only blasted into space in October, but it’s already sending back images of the world’s air pollution.
Humanitarian officials warn millions could die if the blockade by a Saudi-led coalition, which has been partially removed, is not completely lifted.
More details are emerging of the thinking behind an open letter sent by senior figures to the President of the European Commission asking to cut funding to Budapest.
The North Korean military in numbers
Public outcry has forced the withdrawal from sale of a 2018 calendar honouring Stalin in the Russian city of Yekatarinburg.
The world's biggest lithium ion battery, built by Tesla, has been switched on to help solve South Australia's chronic power problems.