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Turkey's Erdogan says Khashoggi kill order came from 'highest levels' of Saudi government
One deeply distressing photograph of a starving little girl has become the human face of Yemen’s vast humanitarian crisis.
Stars of ‘Game of Thrones’ and its network have reacted to a tweet by US President Donald Trump in which he used imagery and language from the hit show to promote upcoming sanctions against Iran.
Euronews correspondent Hans von der Brelie takes you to the border between Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia, where tensions are rising as migrants demand entry to the European Union.
A region in Germany has this week formally abolished the death penalty and with it fixed a quirk of history.
The FBI has confirmed in a tweet that they recovered a suspicious package addressed to American billionaire Tom Steyer on Thursday night. The package was similar to another one sent to Steyer last week.
Japan Airlines has issued an apology after one of its co-pilots was arrested for being over the legal blood alcohol limit for a pilot.
The mayor of Taiwan’s capital, Taipei, has released a rap video as part of his re-election bid, in which he repeatedly urges voters to “do the right thing”.
A passenger route between the capitals of FYR Macedonia and Greece has resumed 12 years after it was halted due to Greek objections over the name of its Balkan neighbour.
A voyage around Japan reveals the depth of its culinary treats, and in this Taste special, we have some recipe suggestions that you can try and serve up yourselves.
Another Japanese delicacy brought to our tables in Thierry Voisin's unique style.
Maulana Samiul Haq may have been tortured before murder in an "organized attack," family members told NBC News.
German friends launch a sustainable fashion label that produces trendy handbags out of used dinghies.
The quartet are also thinking about bidding to host the European football championships in 2032.
With the winners from the 72 magnificent timepieces to be announced on November 14th, the latest edition of the "watchmakers' Oscars" is a blend of ancient art and innovation...at a price.
In this edition we break down the week in Europe - from Merkel's demise to NATO's Norway military exercises and the EU's mission to change time.
The Bank of England is asking the British public to nominate a scientist for a new plastic 50-pound note that will replace the current paper version.
Euronews takes a look back at some of the best Halloween videos from this week’s No Comment section.
Georgia’s democracy stronger than Russia’s blackmail, says Saakashvili
Thailand passed a regulation 13-years ago banning “public displays of affection” for all students in the country. A debate has now sprung up in the country, with some arguing that this amendment was created to force conservative cultural values on Thai youth.
Friday's attack is the second to target pilgrims heading to the St. Samuel the Confessor monastery in as many years. The previous attack in May 2017 left nearly 30 people dead.
Georgia’s democracy stronger than Russia’s blackmail, says ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili
Intellectual property can mean the difference between an SME going global or going to the wall. An EU business support system exists to help companies profit more from, and protect, their IP.
Gunmen killed at least seven in an attack on a bus driving towards a Coptic Christian monastery in Egypt.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin made the announcement Friday.
Iraq fears a repeat of its disastrous 2014 losses as ISIS stormed its way to a caliphate.
The aPad can explore marine environments while keeping in direct contact with a team above sea level or other manned robots underwater.
The Spanish prosecutor says he's seeking up to 25 years in jail for Catalan separatists on rebellion charges.
Italian anti-mafia prosecutor Federico Cafiero De Raho told Euronews that the sentencing of more than 100 people this week was proof that 'Ndrangheta’s cells “are able to develop everywhere”.
People on the South Pacific island territory of New Caledonia go to the polls on Sunday to decide if they want to remain part of France or gain their independence.