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One Italian newspaper even said the trial speed camera in Acquetico, near the French border, saw over half of the cars travelling the route doing so over the 50km/h limit.
Some of the bombs being dropped on poor Yemenis — including on the school bus where 40 children died in August 2018 — were made in America. So were the planes from which they are being dropped.
Juan Lopez allegedly killed a woman doctor he had been involved with, then gunned down a police officer and a pharmacy assistant.
A dead sperm whale was found washed ashore in Indonesia with nearly 6kg of plastic waste in its stomach, according to park officials.
His carbon footprint was high.
"I'm begging you, please don't break my plan," May appears to say, to the tune of Dolly Parton's song "Jolene".
FYROM's former prime minister, Nikola Gruevski, has been granted asylum in Hungary, the Magyar Idok newspaper reported on Tuesday.
On this episode of Raw Politics, the EU moves closer to a law protecting whistleblowers while the Gibraltar question threatens the draft Brexit deal.
"Unfortunately I can't guarantee that your pardons won't be enjoined by the Ninth Circuit. Always happens," he said at a White House event Tuesday.
Facebook confirmed the issues on its Twitter account, saying the company was "working to resolve the issue as soon as possible."
Multiple people were injured after a hot air balloon loaded with fireworks exploded onto a crowd at a festival in Myanmar.
Italian authorities have raided a suspected international dog trafficking ring, moving the puppies from eastern Europe into Italy
FTSE hits three-week low as investors dump banks, mining stocks
A large majority of people in all 19 eurozone countries support the euro currency, a poll has found
A Chinese artist created a colourful art display of fireworks in Florence, painting the city’s sky
The US will stand by the Saudis despite international condemnation of Jamal Khashoggi's murder, President Donald Trump said on Tuesday.
"I am in awe of these children," Tutu said at the ceremony on Tuesday.
“Two cutters for the whole coastline is frankly ridiculous. We need more investment so the whole border is secure,” MP Charlie Elphicke told Euronews.
Police officer knocks on No 10 door so Downing Street cat can be let in
The model is on display at the visitor centre in Washington.
Many Central American migrants camped in Tijuana after crossing Mexico in a caravan attended a job fair organised by the Baja California state government on Monday as they look for work while they remain in Mexico.
US District Judge Jon Tigar blocked the Trump administration from refusing asylum to immigrants who cross the southern border illegally.
Backlash against Facebook contributed to a sharp slide in all major market indices Tuesday.
On its 20th anniversary, Euronews space, science and technology correspondent, Jeremy Wilks, reflects on the impact the ISS has had on science.
A suicide bomber has targeted a gathering of Muslim religious scholars in Kabul, killing more than 50 people, Reuters reported, citing government officials.
The world's largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, has dropped to its lowest level in more than a year.
Spain's prime minister has warned that the country will reject the Brexit withdrawal deal if plans for future talks on the status of Gibraltar are not clarified.
More than 60 other people in the Afghanistan capital were injured in the blast.
NASA has chosen the Jezero Crater as the landing site for its upcoming Mars 2020 rover mission after a five-year search
Carlos Ghosn's arrest has sent shockwaves through the business world and impacted the three car manufacturers he helped revive.