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In pictures: More than 2 million Muslims gather in Mecca
Prague Spring at 50: what happened and what is its legacy?
Families evacuated after Genoa bridge collapse move into new flats
Italian coastguard ship with rescued migrants to dock in Sicily
But Rome says it will not let the migrants enter Italy.
Something old, something new: Delft Blue
Traditional Dutch pottery Delft Blue is married with modern design
These photos reveal the cash Venezuelans need to buy everyday items
Why Asia Argento allegations might actually strengthen #MeToo movement
The New York Times reported that the actress, a prominent Harvey Weinstein accuser, sexually assaulted co-star Jimmy Bennett when he was just 17 years old.
Watch: Korean families divided by war briefly reunited
Watch: Korean families who have been separated for more than 60 years, were briefly reunited at a banquet.
Watch: Realistic ice-cream puppies on the menu in Taiwanese cafe
WATCH: Each puppy takes 5 hours to create with the restaurant only able to prepare 100 desserts per day.
Israel delays West Bank post for eight years
London most expensive city in Europe for students
Nestpick.com, an apartment search engine, surveyed 49 European cities.
Meet Sammy: The 22-year-old who looks like an old man
What's it like to be one of 100 people in the world who suffer from a rare rapid-ageing condition? Sammy Basso shares his experiences with Euronews.
Brief from Brussels: 'Mistakes were made,' EU on Greek crisis
UEFA Player of the Year
The three finalists for UEFA's men's Player of the Year are Cristiano Ronaldo, Luka Modric, and Mohamed Salah
Man shot dead wielding knife inside Spanish police station
The incident came just a few days after the first anniversary of the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils by so-called Islamic State.
No, there are not more pigs than people in Spain
No, there are not more pigs than people in Spain. However, the number of slaughtered pigs was greater than the total Spanish population last year.
CCTV shows moment of Genoa bridge collapse
When the Morandi Bridge collapsed in Genoa, the moment was caught on various CCTV cameras.
French oil company quits Iran over sanctions fears
The Iranian government says French oil company Total has withdrawn from the country over the threat of U.S. sanctions
Watch: Dazzling meteor streaks across Alabama sky
The meteor was travelling over 86,400 kilometres per hour as it lit up the sky
Pope writes letter to all his followers about sex abuse scandals
"We abandoned the little ones," he wrote.
French MPs want to 'go further' in reforming Sunday opening hours
Stormy Daniels: Trump 'is a man who has gotten in over his head'
The porn star also said she hopes "that one day it becomes known that I am not a liar."
'Chaos' at Gatwick as staff forced to write flight info on whiteboard
Traditional Dutch pottery gets contemporary makeover
Euronews visited a traditional Delft Blue pottery workshop in the Netherlands to find out more about the unique creation of a renowned, audacious designer and a master artisan who continues to employ the time-honoured know-how dating back to the 17th century.
Initial findings over collapsed bridge
Engineers investigating the Genoa bridge collapse say a combination of factors could have caused the fall including a huge increase in traffic
The Naftalan bath oil, Azerbaijan's slick beauty treatment
The Naftalan bath oil is rich with Naftene carbohydrates, which produces a painkiller, an anti-inflammatory and also treats musculoskeletal and skin diseases.
Shots fired from vehicle at US embassy in Turkey
Relations between the two countries have deteriorated after the arrest of a US pastor in Turkey and trade disputes.
Watch: Millers uses traditional methods to make edible oil
Watch: Ghani extraction methods stretch back to 4,000 years and was invented by the Harappa civilisation.
How the UK's Brexit process works in one chart
Watch: Eyebrows raised as Putin dances with Austrian foreign minister