Prime Minister Theresa May has secured backing from her Cabinet to negotiate a soft Brexit with the European Union. It comes off the back of a make-or-break meeting May held on Friday at her country residence in Chequers in a bid to overcome divisions in her government.
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Backed by massive aerial bombardments of rebel positions by its ally Russia President Assad's government have gained a major victory.
France's Constitutional Court rules that "fraternity" protects a French farmer who was convicted of providing aid to migrants
A 90-pound, four-legged robot built by engineers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) can climb stairs littered with obstacles, leap, and restore its balance when yanked or shoved, all while essentially blind.
Italian researchers are warning that rising sea levels in the Mediterranean threaten new areas of the Italian coastline.
During Paris fashion week ten emerging designers were competing for the Green Carpet Challenge 2018 – Emerging Designer of the Year Award.
French pig Marcel is the latest animal to predict the outcome of World Cup matches.
The verdict is a major blow to Sharif's party ahead of a general election in July.
Spain's famous Running of the Bulls festival opens in Pamplona despite calls for it to be called off over the treatment of the animals and a sexual assault case in 2016
In this edition of State of the Union: The migration issue plagues German Chancellor Angela Merkel, but has she now done enough to save the
Al-Shabaab is normally better known for its deadly attacks than its environmental commitments.
Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif has been sentenced to 10 years in prison by an anti-corruption court in Pakistan. The case relates to the sale of upscale London flats. Sharif has described the charges as politically motivated and is expected to appeal.
The secretary of state neither confirmed nor denied a report that an Elton John CD was among the gifts he intended to present to Kim Jong Un.
From anti-bullfighting protests ahead of Pamplona's famed San Fermin festival to rotavator racing, Euronews brings you the No Comments of the week.