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The divisions that threaten EU integration are even wider within member states than between them, writes Mark Leonard
Spain frees several jailed separatists but refuses bail to key leaders ahead of the start of campaigning for elections in Catalonia
Trump's contentious travel ban is given the go ahead by the US Supreme Court but allows legal challenges to continue
Euronews got reaction from a reporter who was the first foreign journalist to interview Saleh after he stepped down as leader in 2012
Divisions in Yemen become more entrenched as the death of ex-president Saleh boosts Houthis fortunes but is a bitter blow to the Saudi-led bloc
Two missiles launched by the regime this year appear to have “definitively” brought Europe into North Korea’s range, according to a security expert
The discovery has boosted hopes for future farming on the red planet
The leader of the DUP in Northern Ireland has said she doesn't want any deal done which would lead to them having 'regulatory divergence' from the rest of the UK
Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks took his new Fiat 126p car for a first spin, after receiving the classic vehicle as a present from his Polish
Il portoghese Mario Centenp è stato eletto presidente dell'organismo che coordina i ministri delle finanze della zona euro
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Euronews recently met up with the EU’s foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, at the MED – Mediterranean Dialogues conference – in Rome.
The candidates running for Catalonia's top post are a mix of Spanish unionists and separatists.
The EU Commission President and UK Prime Minister say they are confident of reaching agreement on the "Phase One" Brexit issues by the end of the week. Talks on the "Divorce Bill". the rights of EU nationals and the Irish border issue to continue this week.
Portugal’s finance minister Mario Centeno has been chosen as the Eurogroup’s next president.
The Harvard-educated economist beat off competition
The Brexit turmoil continues as Brussels says it is "satisfied with progress" in talks but the Irish prime minister postpones a key press conference
At least 10 percent of the explosives didn't work, according to representatives of the demolition company tasked with the implosion
Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said he was "surprised" that a deal on the border was not settled after being assured by negotiators that a solution was reached
Belgian courts have said that they will make a decision on whether to extradite the dismissed Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont on the 14th December
The International Olympic Committee is set to decide whether to ban Russia from next year's Winter Olympics over alleged institutionalised doping
The issue of the UK’s border and future relationship with Ireland is key to progress in Brexit talks.
Iran-backed forces say they have killed their former ally.
NATO foreign ministers will seek to increase cooperation with the European Union during their two-day meeting in Brussels.
This edition of Road to Pyongchang takes us to the coastal city of Gangneung, which is co-hosting the 2018 Olympics.
A new drone is making a buzz across Europe: its technology means that risky industrial inspections can become safer and more cost-effective.
Ten people have now been detained over the anti-corruption blogger's murder
Spain's highest court has refused bail for four of the key personalities involved in the disputed independence referendum in Catalonia. Campaigning for Catalonia's December snap election begins on Tuesday.
To make the journey to Greece easier, Tahsin told his children their escape was 'a game'.
Benevento, the Italian team that has lost every game of the season, gained their first point ever at a game against AC Milan thanks to the keeper's diving header in stoppage time.
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