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The company said it will take down some 200 listings and cease its operations in Israeli settlements "that are at the core of the dispute between the Israelis and Palestinians."
"It was nearly a rocket. Surviving was incredible," Frits van Amersfoort, the owner of Van Amersfoort Racing, said.
Dutch pre-Christmas festivities descended into violent scuffles and arrests last weekend — the controversy centres on a character called "Black Pete".
The company is targeting accounts that use third-party apps to inflate their popularity.
While Macron touched down in Belgium for a state visit, back at home, "yellow vest" protests over rising fuel taxes rumbled on.
Back in 2014, then-mayor of London Boris Johnson purchased three water cannons in order diffuse crowds in the case of riots. They were never used and cost taxpayers £320,000.
Police in Truckee, California helped to reunite a mother bear with her baby after the cub got stuck in a dumpster.
Diego Maradona danced with his Dorados team after a memorable victory in the Mexican Apertura quarter-finals on Saturday.
Miners drive European stocks up on trade war hopes, Renault falls
Northrop Grumman's Cygnus cargo craft arrives at the International Space Station, delivering crew supplies and science experiments
Thousands of Guatemalans have been ordered to evacuate after the eruption of the country’s Volcan de Fuego, or Volcano of Fire.
British Prime Minister Theresa May had her work cut out as she tried to defend the draft Brexit deal, negotiated a future one and tried to save her own skin.
She was the first Russian woman to set foot on the ISS and is now a deputy in the State Duma of the Russian Federation — Elena Serova spoke to Euronews about the similarities between space travel and politics.
The Sant’Ambroeus football club is the first migrant team in Italy to play in the Italian Football Federation (FIGC). It hopes to promote the motto: “Love football. Hate racism”.
Creating fashionable bags from dinghies carrying migrants in a new ethical business in Germany,
Players battling it out to be world champion command millions of dollars in winnings and sponsorship. But chess has long been linked to high brain capacity - and could help make children smarter.
The 16th edition of the event ended on Sunday with joy for hosts Mexico, after their men’s and women’s sides were named winners.
The French president is in Belgium on a state visit, solidifying ties with their neighbours, before returning to Brussels for a special Brexit summit on Sunday. Tuesday will see him in Molenbeek before addressing students on Europe.
How can the latest optical technology improve the early diagnostics of eye and also some neurodegenerative diseases?
Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz meets with investor George Soros to discuss moving the Central European University from his native Hungary to Vienna. The Hungarian government has up to December 1 to decide the fate of the university.
More than 70 countries worldwide are marking International Men's Day today. But what is it?
Oil rises on expected OPEC cut, but markets remain wary
The Saudi monarch instead reiterated his support for his son's signature initiative to turn around around the oil-dependent economy and cut unemployment.
Chocolate lovers in the UK take note. In the event of a No Deal Brexit the UK could run out of Mars bars within a matter of weeks. Buzzfeed news reports that Britain's environment minister Michael Gove was warned by industry that two key ingredients are imported and perish within days.
EU Agriculture Ministers have been treated to a Disco Soup - a culinary and musical protest outside the Council in Brussels. Environmentalists are aiming to draw attention to the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy, and are calling for it to be fair, green and healthy.
The EU is considering economic sanctions on Iranian nationals over alleged assassination plots in Denmark and France, according to two diplomats.
One in five primary schools and one in eight secondary schools globally do not have any toilets, the group WaterAid said in a new report.
In this edition of the Brief we report on the state of play for Brussels on Brexit (from keep calm, to remain calm), a shortage of confectionary if No deal plays out and EU sanctions on Iran over attempted assassinations.
With resistance to the withdrawal agreement growing in the UK, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier defended the deal as 'globally' fair and balanced.
In a press release published on its website, Dolores del Campo, head of Temperature Area of the Spanish Metrology Center, saw its name translated in the English version as "It is pain of field", literally "it is a pain of field"