Happy New Year 2018 from Euronews!
Houston may have averted a tragedy after a drunk, belligerent man was found to have an arsenal of guns in his hotel room as the venue was preparing for a big New Year's Eve celebration.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has addressed the nation for the first time since protests started across the country four days ago.
In a televised speech, Rouhani said that "people have the right to criticise" but not to cause disorder or destroy pubic property.
Palestinians recall their envoy to the United States. The announcement comes just weeks after President Donald Trump announced he would recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Trump has spent 90 of his 345 days in office at one of his golf courses — that's a quarter of his time as president.
Sydney and Auckland were among the first to celebrate New Year with breathtaking firework displays.
A large swathe of the northern US from Montana to Maine is expected to see temperatures below -12 degrees Celsius - and that's putting lives at risk.
Iran today moved to restrict access to Telegram and Instagram apps used by anti-establishment protesters, according to state news agency Irib.
Pope Francis in his year-end message said 2017 had been marred by "war and lies"
From the legalization of gay marriage in Australia to an attempted rollback of trans rights in the U.S., 2017 produced a series of highs and lows for the community.
At least 30 people have been killed and others injured in a head-on collision between a bus and lorry in Kenya.
What will the new year bring?
Authorities in Colorado say a number of deputies from a sheriff's office in suburban Denver have been wounded, according to NBC News.
Business organisation the British Chambers of Commerce has slammed what it describes as "division and disorganisation" over Brexit in Westminster
The EU's poorest member state, and said to be its most corrupt, takes up the rotating presidency of the EU Council
Smoke bombs in parliament and clashes with police have erupted over how Albania’s new judicial laws have been carried out. With fears of a parliamentary boycott growing – Euronews explains what’s to come for the Balkan state as politicians grapple with the EU and US-backed reforms.
Before every New Year, this group of women and men step into the river in Takayama to conduct a Shinto ritual
A suicide attack at a funeral in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad on Sunday has killed at least 15 people and wounded 13, according to the governor’s spokesman.
Approximately a third of those who lived in Texas' "Golden Triangle" said their lives are "still very disrupted" because of the storm.
Decades of focus on one specific month as our yearly transformation starting point has poisoned the concept.
As part of a last-ditch hunt for former Auschwitz guards launched last year, federal prosecutors have identified nearly 30 suspects.
It's an annual tradition over here at NBCNews.com to pause to remember the year's most preposterous moments in political news. It gets weirder every year.
Human Rights Watch says two men were shot dead during anti-government demonstrations in the capital Kinshasa
The secretary general of the United Nations calls for unity in his year-end address
The aircraft was returning a party of five from a restaurant in northern Sydney when it crashed into the water.
Our program for formerly incarcerated women is a model for improving graduation rates for non-traditional students.
Our programme for formerly incarcerated women is a model for improving graduation rates for non-traditional students.
Opposition says demonstrators were shot dead by riot police in the city of Dorud on Saturday, the third day of anti-government protests
The Greek government's move came hours after Turkey criticised a local panel's decision to accept a helicopter pilot's asylum request
Looking back at the past year with a different lens may set you up for more success in the new year.