The trial of teenager Ahmed Hassan continues.
Somewhere at Buckingham Palace, there is a rain gear closet we'd LOVE to check out.
Marine Le Pen wants to rename the Front National at the annual congress in Lille, but the near-bankrupt FN needs more than a name change to revive its fortunes.
Ethiopia recently held the second edition of the African Circus Arts Festival, which saw 11 circus troupe artists from six African countries perform at the event.
FA charges Manchester City manager for wearing political symbol.
We look back at some of the top videos from this week's No Comment section.
This week Business Planet travelled to Rome where an innovative young company Echolight has developed a new way to help Europe's ageing population with the help of EU funding.
Jailed Catalan leader wanted permission to be freed to attend Catalan parliamentary
session at which he was expected to be voted in as President.
Briton Charlotte Dixon-Sutcliffe, whose partner David was killed in Brussels metro attack, gives an emotional interview to Euronews
Police extend their investigation and evidence gathering quickens into double poisoning.
Swedish collection comes to Hollywood to show off the near-misses or downright lost causes of creative capitalism.
State TV news presenter Kirill Kleimenov said: "The profession of a traitor is one of the most dangerous in the world," and that traitors rarely live a long and peaceful life.
Japan, Canada and nine other countries sign a landmark Asia-Pacific trade agreement without the United States.
Forget Daylight Savings, millions of clocks in 25 countries across Europe have lost almost 6 minutes since mid-January because of an electricity dispute between Serbia and Kosovo.