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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Hungarian nationalist Prime Minister Orban on track for third straight term
After a campaign in which Orban has positioned himself as a saviour of Hungary's Christian culture against Muslim migration into Europe, all opinion polls put his Fidesz party well in the lead.
Catarina Costa savours her golden moment at Antalya Grand Prix
Catarina Costa defeated Kosovo’s Fjolla Kelmendi to win her first ever gold medal on the world judo tour
Brazil: Lula 'negotiating surrender' to police to serve jail sentence
Former Brazilian president Lula Da Silva has missed a deadline imposed by a judge for him to hand himself over to police to serve a 12-year jail sentence.
Is Belarus looking east or west?
Is Belarus slowly transitioning towards more democracy or keeping with its autocratic ways under the iron-fist, 24-year long rule of president Lukashenko?
"Belarussians are craving for expression"
Our Insiders reporter Valerie Gauriat had rare access to political opponents, rights activists and official voices in Belarus. She is in euronews' studio to share her insights.
Horse Power: The inside track on the 2018 Dubai World Cup
This week we’re saddling-up for an equestrian-themed show, with an exclusive interview with Bob Baffert, one of the most successful horse trainers in the world. Plus, we’ll introduce you to a horse whisperer, a man fondly referred to as the ‘Abu Dhabi Cowboy’.
The great opportunities of the Galileo satellite navigation system
With Galileo providing users with free of charge global positioning, navigation and timing information, several forward-looking companies are creating Galileo-enabled receivers, chipsets and modules – many of which are already available on the market.
Sunday's election in Hungary will be a barometer of nationalist sentiment
Prime Minister Viktor Orban's Fidesz party sees itself as a defender of Hungary against Europe and Muslim migrants
Belarus: stifled freedoms and glimmers of hope
Insiders reporter Valérie Gauriat went to Belarus, where the thirst for democracy is trying to crack the wall of the country's autocratic regime.
Conor McGregor free on bail after vandalising bus
UFC champion Conor McGregor was freed on bail after bus incident on Thursday.
Bordeaux startup launches vegan smoked salmon
The main ingredient is a microalga.
Biggest-ever auction in aid of charity as Rockefeller art is donated for good causes
The legendary art collection from one of America's greatest families is attracted strong interest from super-wealthy buyers, but smaller lots are at more affordable estimates, including jewelry, furniture and fine china.
U.S. President Donald Trump considering further tariffs on Chinese imports
A further 100 billion dollars' worth of tariffs would be in addition to the 50 billion dollars' worth announced earlier this week
Corruption charges case against former President of South Africa Jacob Zuma adjourned til 8 June
It relates to a $2.5 billion arms deal. In a procedural appearance that lasted less than 15 minutes, state prosecutors and Zuma's lawyers asked the Durban High Court to adjourn the case until June 8 so both sides could prepare submissions.
Puigdemont rebellion charge was 'extremely risky' - German legal expert
Spain's attempt to extradite the ex-Catalan premier should fail under German law and Europe should realise Catalonia is not a Spanish domestic matter, Süddeutsche Zeitung's Heribert Prantl tells Euronews.
Hungary’s crunch election: five things we learned
What can we conclude from Hungary's general election on Sunday?
How bad is London's murder rate compared to other EU capitals?
London's murder rate overlapped that of New York's in February and March 2018. But how does the British capital compare to other big cities in the EU in terms of homicides?
Facebook on collision course with EU over data protection?
Just over a month to go until the European Union’s stringent data protection regulation kicks in. But how prepared is Facebook as it grapples with the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica scandal?
Welcome to Brussels - one of Europe's most polluted cities
People living in de-facto European capital take to streets with air quality detectors to measure air quality
Poisoned ex-spy is 'improving rapidly,' doctor says
The former double agent is "no longer in a critical condition" from the attack, officials say.
Meet Australia's aboriginal singer who's ready to conquer Eurovision
This is the second time Jessica Mauboy performs at Eurovision, except this time she's representing Australia.
Death toll rises in Israel-Gaza border unrest
Gaza officials say at least seven Palestinians have been killed by Israeli gunfire and more than 1,000 wounded in clashes during protests at the border.
Sex abuse allegations hit Argentinian soccer
Youth players say they were forced into prostitution.
Virgin Galactic tests rocket ship, three years after fatal accident. The aircraft landed safely after reaching speeds of over 2000km per hour
The last test in 2014 ended in disaster when the aircraft crashed, killing the crew
King Sugar's walls tumble as UK gets tough on soft drinks
Taxes introduced in bid to stop obesity epidemic and improve the health of nations' children.
Italy’s measles doll sparks controversy
An Italian toy maker has been urged to withdraw a doll that can be cured of the measles using "magic" wipes and cream.
Sergei Skripal no longer in a critical condition, says Salisbury hospital
Russian former double-agent Skripal is said to be "improving rapidly" from the nerve agent attack.
Gabor Vona seeks to make Jobbik Hungary's official opposition
The leader of Hungary's Jobbik party has dragged it from the far-right to the mainstream and is one of the main election challengers to Viktor Orban's Fidesz.
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State of the Union: Trade tremors, solving Syria's war
In this edition of State of the Union: French President Emmanuel Macron announces sweeping electoral changes, as Italy grapples with forming a
Viktor Orban: Hungary's hardliner seeks to tighten grip on power
Hungary's Prime Minister is seeking a fourth term in office in Sunday's election.