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Following in the footsteps of the "Legendary Tigerman" and "The Gift", French band "The Buttshakers will perform live in Euronews' studio
"They weren't so far that it was a danger to society, in the sense that it was nearly too late. But they were quite far in their preparations," said Minister for Justice and Security Ferd Grapperhaus.
The Securities and Exchange Commission says Musk had "not even discussed, much less confirmed, key deal terms."
Japan retained their world title with a 4-1 victory over France in the mixed team final on the last day of the 2018 World Judo Championships. Judo made history as a unified Korean team took part in the mixed team event at the World Championships for the first time and won bronze alongside Russia
In the video, singer Zere appears in a purple bra and calls for a woman's right to her own opinion to be respected
At the U.N. General Assembly, Netanyahu said Iranian officials were keeping tons of nuclear equipment and material in a warehouse in Tehran.
The Italian Interior Minister met his counterpart in Tunisia to discuss the issue of immigration and security with both confirming their friendship between both countries
Little-known French rapper Nick Conrad has released a song called "Hang the whites". The video has been removed from YouTube and authorities are now investigating for incitement to racial hatred.
By 2020, many European countries are trying to reduce greenhouse gases and lower climate change in accordance to the Paris Agreement. Here are some of the EU countries leading the way with renewable energy sources.
The U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says in North Korea strays from the path of diplomacy and denuclearisation it will find itself increasingly isolated
The event called the "Drums of Soul", aimed to provide the construction workers with a reprieve, allowing them to relax.
The WTO has cut its forecasts for world trade for this year and next year but says the effect of Donald Trumps actions against China have not yet been felt
Chilean construction workers relieve stress with percussion
Deep in the heart of a valley surrounded by rocky hills, a wooden library sits just over a creek on the outskirts of Beijing, seemingly in the middle of nowhere.
This week, for the first time in its history, Cologne Cathedral will be floodlit with moving images. The light production tells the story of the First World War in moving images and thus reminds of the end of the war 100 years ago in the context of the cathedral pilgrimage.
An incredible moment was caught on camera thanks to a canoer's GoPro camera in Kaikoura, New Zealand when a seal slapped a canoer with an octopus on Saturday (September 22).
Rather than their usual bolting, hammering and welding, construction workers in Santiago, Chile on Wednesday (September 26) banged on a different tool for an innovative reason - they pounded on drums to destress.
Italy's new government struggled to contain a fierce internal battle over fiscal policy on Thursday, hours before it was due to unveil its 2019 budget targets, sparking a sell-off of state bonds
Former Eurogroup head talks to Euronews about Greek debt crisis, drink and women and Brexit
The French President was widely condemned earlier this month after he was filmed telling an unemployed gardener he just needed to "cross the street" to find work as a waiter or in construction.
Raw Politics: Brussels honours slain British MP Jo Cox by naming a square after her
"The Archbishop was in good spirits after settling into his ward. He hopes to be back home in a few days," Tutu's official foundation tweeted Thursday.
"Prepare for some really bad scenarios": Former Eurogroup head on Greece, Brexit, and failure
Raw Politics: Skripal latest, concern over Macedonia vote, honouring Jo Cox and fighting fake news
Raw Politics: stark warnings that Europe could end up back to where it was in the 1930s
A pair of gold stilettos with a price tag of $17 million
Around 5,000 police officers are expected on the streets of Berlin to provide security during a visit by Turkey's President Erdogan
Raw Politics: how can Europe filter what's fact and what's fake news?
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: Former Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem speaks to Euronews about lessons learned from the Greek debt
Raw Politics: new twist in the Skripal poisoning tale