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British tourists kidnapped in Congo speak out after being freed
Two British tourists who were kidnapped in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on Friday have been released, Britain’s foreign minister Boris Johnson confirmed Sunday.
Thousands protest in Georgia after police arrest clubgoers
Police arrested eight people on Friday night in two popular clubs in Tbilisi on suspicion of drug dealing and demonstrators say the operation was heavy-handed.
As it happened this morning: Monday 14 May
Euronews brings you the latest news and updates as they happen this morning.
Hundreds demand internet freedoms in Moscow rally
It's the second protest since Russian authorities banned the Telegram app, a free messaging service, on April 16.
Trump tells Commerce Department to help Chinese telecom ZTE
At issue is that department's move last month to block telecom giant ZTE Corp. from importing American components for seven years.
Yates throws down gauntlet
British debutant scores impressive victory in Giro D'Italia
Eurosceptic Hungary marks EU Day
Hungary's been an EU state for 14 years, but Viktor Orban's govermnent now accuses the bloc of infringing on its sovereignty.
'One year is enough!': Anti-Macron protests continue in France
Thousands of people assembled in Paris on Sunday to protest ahead of French President Emmanuel Macron’s one year anniversary as leader.
Security is stepped up ahead of Jerusalem embassy move
Israel is stepping up security ahead of the opening on Monday of the new US Embassy in Jerusalem
Cuba and Albania march for LGBT rights
Members of Cuba's LGBT community staged a colourful parade through the streets of Havana on Saturday .... while a similar march took place in Albania.
Family of six behind wave of blasts targeting three churches in Indonesia
Police say a mother and her two daughters, one of them a 9 year old, blew themselves up while the father and two sons targeted two other places of worship.
Trump delegation arrives in Israel ahead of controversial embassy opening
President Donald Trump’s daughter and son-in-law have arrived in Israel ahead of the controversial opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem.
Mancini in line for Italian national coaching post
Zenit terminates former Man City manager's contract
U.S. delegation arrives in Jerusalem ahead of controversial embassy move
The decision to move the embassy upended decades of Washington policy and sparked heavy criticism in the Palestinian territories and beyond.
Democratic Republic Of Congo
British tourists kidnapped in DR Congo released
Two Britons kidnapped in Democratic Republic of Congo Virunga National Park have been released, Britain's Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said.
Americans prepare for the Royal Wedding on Saturday
In Meghan's home state of California, a British shop selling Royal memorabilia is well stocked in L.A.
Paris knife attack: Police arrest friend of knifeman in Strasbourg
A man armed with a knife embarked on a stabbing spree in Paris on Saturday. Police said one person was killed and four others wounded.
Police say Paris knife attacker was born in Checnhya
And they reveal that he was known to be a possible threat to national security.
US foe al-Sadr leads Iraq election
Baghdad residents blamed the weak turnout in the parliamentary elections on a lack of political change in the country.
Eyewitnesses describe the panic as the Paris stabbings unfolded
A man killed a 29-year-old in the French capital's Opera district on Saturday and wounded four others, before being shot dead by police.
Berlin responds to crayfish plague: If you can't beat them, eat them
North American crayfish that spilled en masse into Berlin's parks last summer will soon be appearing in the city's restaurants after its government authorised fishermen to remove them from public ponds.
Cubans march against homophobia
Thousands of members of Cuba's LGBT community staged a colourful parade through the streets of Havana on Saturday (May 12), marching against homophobia and calling for equal rights for the community.
82 women walk the red carpet in Cannes film festival protest
Eighty-two women climbed the steps of the Palais des Festivals at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday in an unprecedented red carpet protest to press for improved gender equality in the film industry.
Eurovision Song Contest winner, Netta, performs 'Toy' during grand final
Netta Barzilai is sassy, she's fun and she can sing — and now the Israeli has won the Eurovision Song Contest with a catchy techno dance tune about women's empowerment.
Armed attackers kill 26 in Burundi
At least 26 people were killed and seven others wounded in an attack in Burundi's north western province of Cibitoke late on Friday, less than a week before a constitutional referendum, a local administrator and residents said.
Israel goes wild after Netta wins Eurovision Song Contest
Even the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has a go at the "chicken dance."
Hundreds protest in Georgia after police raid night clubs
Hundreds gathered in the centre of Georgia's capital Tbilisi on Saturday (May 12) to protest against armed police raids on two nightclubs and to demand the resignation of the country's prime minister and interior minister.
Iraqis cast votes in general election
Iraqis cast their votes in the ethnically-mixed city of Kirkuk and the once-Islamic State stronghold of Mosul on Saturday (May 12) as the polling day drew to a close.
'The Love Boat' cast reunites in Hollywood for Walk of Fame event
Stars of the classic comedy "The Love Boat" reunited Thursday (10 MAY 2018) to receive an honorary plaque on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.