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Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa takes lead in vote count
Sarah Sanders refuses to say press is not the 'enemy of the people'
Ivanka Trump, the president's daughter and a White House aide, said Thursday that she doesn't agree with her father's phrase to describe the news media.
Scientists reveal the exoplanet most likely to spawn alien life
“We determined that Kepler-452b is the most likely exoplanet that we know of on which life may have originated because of its star, Kepler-452, and because of its distance from the star,” the study’s lead author, Paul Rimmer, told Euronews.
UK asks France to sign up to Brexit plan
British Prime Minister Theresa May was heading to the south of France on Friday in the hope of securing France's backing for her Brexit plan
Turkey's Iyi Party retracts call to seize Trump Towers in Istanbul
Iyi opposition party spokesperson Aytun Çıray apologised for his statement calling for the seizure of the Turkish franchise of Trump Towers.
Documentary on Ed Sheeran highlights his creativity
Russia still working to undermine U.S. elections, top national security officials warn
"We are doing everything we can to have a legitimate election," Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said.
Two Turkish Cypriot journalists face prosecution in Turkey
Two Turkish Cypriot journalists face charges in Turkey over criticism of Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s regime after their case fell through in Cyprus.
Germany: Fish are dying in rivers from heatwave
In pictures: Trying to keep cool in Europe’s heatwave
‘World’s largest Arabic lesson’ held in Israel after nation-state law
Apple becomes world's first public company worth $1 trillion
Apple became the first $1 trillion publicly listed company.
New censored google search engine for China
The mobile search app will block some websites and search terms according to two sources. It's after it abandoned the market 8 years ago on censorship concerns
Spain's retired army takes on the government over Franco remains
Watch: Algerian women take aim and fire as interest in hunting grows
Holding their shotguns with a firm grip, several young Algerian women took part in a target shooting competition held ahead of hunting season.
Fire balloons prompt Israel to stop Gaza fuel supplies
Israel has halted fuel supplies to the Gaza Strip because of incendiary balloons and kites being launched from the enclave
Visitors denied access to Eiffel Tower
World tourist attraction the Eiffel Tower closed again on Thursday due to a dispute between workers and management
One of China's top Buddhist monks accused of coercing nuns into sex
The president of the Buddhist Association of China is also a government adviser who has more than 1 million followers on the Weibo social network.
Extreme heat wave shrinks Sweden's tallest peak by 13 feet in a month
'Ridiculously warm' weather resulted in 13 feet of a mountaintop glacier melting in July.
Leading the way to a cleaner future for food
We look into French food companies doing things differently and implementing an eco-conscious strategy at the core of their business.
Democratic Republic Of Congo
WHO concerned about security of its workers in DRC
Spain: Six-day taxi strike ends
Turkey vows to retaliate over US sanctions
Turkey has vowed to retaliate against US sanctions imposed over the trial of a US pastor accused of backing terrorism.
Austria raises speed limit to 140 kph on 2 sections of motorway
NBC Left Field: More young Christians become priests and nuns
Bank of England raises interest rates but Brexit fears weigh on pound
The Bank of England lifted interest rates on Thursday, but the pound fell amid uncertainty over Brexit and cautious comments from the Bank’s Governor Mark Carney.
'If Ozil wants to talk about racism, he should look at Turkey'
Mesut Ozil sensationally quit the German national football team last month, saying he was subject to “racism and disrespect” because of his Turkish roots. But Deniz Naki tells Euronews that if Ozil really has an issue with racism, he should look at Turkey.
Pope changes church teaching on death penalty, says it's inadmissible
Grocery chain Carrefour Argentina under fire for 'sexist' campaign
An Argentinian branch of grocery store chain Carrefour is under fire for a sexist campaign that was noticed by store-goers and posted on social media.
Mathematical Fields Medal stolen from second Iranian to ever win
Cambridge professor Caucher Birkar was awarded the most honorable prize in mathematics--the Fields medal--when not a half hour later, it was stolen from him.