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In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: What future for EU’s flagship student programme Erasmus, post-Brexit? And, race for EU Commission
The UK's Labour Party has fully adopted an internationally recognized definition of anti-Semitism. The party partially adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's definition of the term in July -- but drew criticism for leaving out certain examples.
Our selection of the most awaited art shows to catch this Autumn in Europe.
"Fear: Trump in the White House," by the Washington Post journalist, reveals chaos inside the administration.
The FBI Director is the latest in a growing list of Justice Department officials who have angered the president, NBC News has learned.
Officials say a crane collapsed onto a house in a Florida neighborhood, tearing a large gash in its roof.
Bannon has nothing to offer besides the same tired, white nationalistic rhetoric he's been regurgitating for years to sell his personal brand.
Don't mention the Commission! Manfred Weber deflects question on the EU institution he wants to lead
The Machine of Santa Rosa, designed by the architect Raffaele Ascenzi, has marched this year on September 3 for the fourth time in Viterbo.
Pictures have emerged showing the devastation caused by the most powerful storm to hit Japan in a quarter of a century.
Education and gun-safety experts said the Education Secretary's decision could allow schools to use federal funds to buy firearms.
A small air leak at the International Space Station might have been sabotage, according to the head of Russia's space agency.
The microfracture was discovered last week in a Russian module used to deliver new crew to the station.
Film producer Tyler Perry joined attorney Benjamin Crump on Tuesday to announce a civil lawsuit that accuses an ex-lawman of first-degree murder.
Police chiefs in Romania told one of its cops to see a psychologist after he backed a campaign to stop criminals serving in public office.
Why is the fight for Idlib so significant, what are the likely outcomes, and could it really be the last battle of the Syrian conflict? Euronews spoke to experts to find out.
"His foolish actions inconvenienced hundreds of passengers today," a TSA official said.
In Sweden, people are heading to vote this Sunday and polls are suggesting that the Sweden Democrats could become the second biggest party.
Colin Kaepernick has not played professional football in over a year, but his face is now on screens all around the world. Nike released a new ad campaign that features the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback. But plenty of Americans would rather "Just Burn It," than "Just Do It."
Latin American states join efforts to help fleeing Venezuelans
"I was shocked and just appalled," an attorney for homeless man Johnny Bobbitt said after she was informed none of the money is left.
The ecommerce giant has emerged as one of the most dominant companies of the modern era, and other companies are perpetually worried about competing with it.
Here is all you need to know about the Novichok poisonings in England — thought to be the first use of a nerve agent in Europe since the World War II.
The Ragione Palace in the Italian city of Mantua has put on an unusual display of the work of Russian-French modernist painter Marc Chagall.
Euronews brings you the latest news and updates as they happen this morning.
Prosecutors said that the statute of limitations had expired in the cases, but one other case against each actor is still under review.
The OPCW’s findings came as the Russian Embassy in London accused the UK of refusing it access to the Skripals.