The mountain gorilla has now been declared by conservationists as not critically endangered.
An 87-year-old man teaches puppetry to prevent the ancient art from dying.
In this Musica, Euronews' Katharina Rabillon goes behind the scenes at a 'Concert for Peace' held to commemorate 100 years since the end WW1 at the Royal Opera House at the Palace of Versailles.
The photographer had to learn how to use a gun to defend herself against polar bears, but she doesn't think the danger involved in her job is what puts women off.
"Once they realized it was a serious request, the career guys were furious," a U.S. official said of request tied to Khashoggi killing.
A special edition of Raw Politics from Euronews' headquarters in Lyon.
The curtain falls on the 59th edition of the Thessaloniki International Film Festival.
John Lewis & Partners are relying on singer Elton John to boost sales as the retailer launches its annual festive advertising campaign
One victim is in a coma with brain damage and another has serious kidney damage, prosecutors said.
It's actually a classic pyramid scheme.
In addition to the smaller incentives, Amazon is expected to reap more than $2 billion in tax incentives between the two winners.
A documentary about a 3,000-year-old civilization.
"The very man who was effectively her main negotiator — for him to resign I think is devastating."
Turkey has blamed the highest ranks of power in Saudi Arabia for Khashoggi's brutal death, saying the kingdom sent an assassination squad for him.