Euronews' live daily morning show Good Morning Europe has launched. Anchored by Tesa Arcilla, at Euronews' headquarters in Lyon, it addresses the most pressing issues in Europe and across the world.
A specialist team in the show's social media hub The Cube verifies posts from social media, sorting the breaking facts from the hoaxes and misinformation. The Cube team also brings an #AllViews perspective from the web by gathering reactions from across Europe and beyond.
In today's edition: Will a political crisis in Italy turn into a showdown over the country’s future in Europe? Claudio Lavanga explains how the appointment of a new prime minister known as “Mr Scissors” has infuriated the populists who just days ago were hoping to form an anti-austerity government.
Meanwhile, Anelise Borges in Paris tells us about soul-searching in France as the nation celebrates the migrant who dramatically rescued a child hanging from a balcony — all the while debating tough new immigration laws.
In other headlines: The Spanish prime minister faces a vote of no confidence following a corruption ruling against members of his party; truck drivers bring Brazil to a standstill, and has the odd English tradition of cheese-rolling passed its sell-by date?
You can catch more from the Good Morning Europe team every weekday from 8am CET.