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Without the proper settings, iPhone users can receive lewd and threatening messages from strangers, which can be triggering for survivors of sexual assault.
Russia seized three Ukraine ships in the Black Sea on Sunday in an “openly aggressive” manner, the Ukrainian Navy said in a statement. Footage thought to have been taken during the skirmish has been shared on social media.
The Ukrainian president said this is not "declaring war" against Russia.
The panel discusses how Britain's prime minister will sell the Brexit deal endorsed by the EU.
On this episode of Raw Politics, UK Prime Minister Theresa May tries to sell her draft Brexit deal to the parliament while NATO calls for calm amid increased Ukraine-Russia tensions.
Join Euronews live as NASA's InSight lander arrives on Mars.
The French 'gilets jaunes' group have appointed a delegation of eight spokespeople to negotiate with the French government over the tax hikes it intends to carry out.
Raw Politics discusses an investigative report on medical devices that are faulty, causing thousands of people to suffer
Italy may cut deficit target in bid to appease EU, markets
A new report by the United Nations found that an average of 137 women across the world are killed by a partner or family member every day.
Georgia elects French-born Salome Zurabishvili as its new president — the first woman to hold the office in the country's history.
A van driver has told Euronews how feared for his safety after getting caught in a Gilets jaunes blockade in France for more than eight hours.
Dozens of Ukrainian nationalists gathered outside the Russian consulate general in Kharkiv on Monday to protest Russia's aggression at Ukrainian vessels in the Black Sea.
India on Monday marked the 10th anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks with ceremonies across the city.
The president of the European Council wrote on Twitter: I condemn Russian use of force in Azov Sea. Russian authorities must return Ukrainian sailors, vessels & refrain from further provocations.
The EU's top court has thrown out a case arguing that the process triggering Brexit was illegal.
Once played by Egyptian Pharaohs and Mesopotamian Kings, the Royal Game of Ur is given a new lease of life in Iraq.
A hiker discovered the pilot whales in two pods about 2 kilometres apart late Saturday on Stewart Island.
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini on Monday personally launched the demolition of a luxury villa illegally built in Rome by its most infamous and entrenched Mafia clan, the Casamonica.
A 3 metre tall dragon sculpture spewing plastic pollution gathered in beach cleanups has been erected in the EU institutions quarter of Brussels. It is an effort from those working to make the EU aware of the plastic pollution problem.
The EU and Iran have reiterated their support for the nuclear deal and say they aim to keep it alive despite U.S. President's decision to abandon the landmark pact.
Entrepreneurs and policy makers attend the 2018 SME assembly to celebrate and learn about Europe's most innovative small and medium‑sized enterprises (SMEs)
New technology will push surgery forward by using augmented reality.
Euronews goes to Catalonia to see how corks are made and the growing environmental challenges faced by the cork industry.
A Swiss bookstore decided to turn Black Friday on its head, encouraging customers to make charitable donations instead of snapping up cheap deals.
Dozens of anti-Brexit protesters gathered in Brussels on Sunday, as European Union leaders met for a special summit.
The floral gemstone bouquet for Xmas shoppers with expensive tastes
Spooking the markets won't work if traders are already preparing for the worst, experts say.
Scotland has been a bystander in the last two years of the Brexit saga. But what next for Scotland? Accept May's Brexit deal, fight to halt Brexit or renew calls for independence.
Antonio Tajani made the gesture to mark the UN's International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.