The World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that polio remains a worldwide public health emergency after cases nearly doubled in Afghanistan over the past year.
Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, implicated in the murder of a Washington Post columnist, had a good laugh with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The United States Geological Survey said it hit about 8 miles north of Anchorage.
In this Business Planet, Euronews's Serge Rombi goes to Copenhagen in Denmark to discover a network that's been setup across Northern Europe to enable entrepreneurs to overcome the challenge of finding new customers and partners abroad.
The smart device has been described as a "wearable sky".
With the emergence of the new Western Balkans Route and continued illegal migration, how is Europe responding to the refugee crisis? Insiders’ host Sophie Claudet speaks to Gerald Knaus ‐ the founding chairman of the European Stability Initiative (ESI) think tank.
St Andrew's Day in Brussels provided time for reflection on Scotland's Brexit status.
The anti-tax 'gilets jaunes' movement has spread from France to Belgium, with protesters in Brussels marching against economic inequalities.
A police van was set alight, another overturned as a "yellow jackets" protest in Brussels on Friday turned violent.
NBC Left Field follows the story of one woman's journey in Fargo, North Dakota, from her anti-abortion upbringing to working in an abortion clinic.
NASA has selected nine American companies to develop technologies for lunar deliveries launched from Earth.
An Italian farmer believes his buffalo herds make the best cheese of all - thanks to an organic diet, on-demand grooming and a love of Mozart.
Pakistan showcases new defence tech
With the Formula One 2018 season having come to an end at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix last weekend, here are some fun facts about the motorsport according to F1’s official body.