So many teddy bears thrown around.
Four dead as aircraft crashes into house in Mexico
A Swedish appeals court toughened the sentence for a Frenchman at the centre of a sex scandal that forced the postponement of this year's Nobel Prize in Literature.
The body of former US President George H.W. Bush arrived at the US Capitol on Monday in Washington, where mourners paid tribute to the man who led the nation during the end of the Cold War.
In a debate on Euronews' Raw Politics show, guests debated whether Denmark's new policy that sets to send foreign criminals to a deserted island was morally right or not.
Protests continue throughout France while the ECJ advocate general rules that the UK should have the option to cancel its withdrawal from the bloc unilaterally.
Breda, in the Netherlands, has won the 2019 Access City Award for "continuously making improvements to make life easier for people with disabilities".
He spoke at length about Scottish inventions such as the steam engine, the telephone and penicillin in an apparent attempt to “filibuster”, a political procedure that sees politicians talk at length to delay or stop a decision being taken.
It has not been a good week for sexism.
Based on wiretaps, police determined that Settimo Mineo was elected head of a reconstructed "cupola," or provincial mob commission, during a May 29 meeting in Palermo.
This figure reflects the extent of seriousness of challenges in African cities. They are home to nearly 500 million inhabitants, a figure that, according to experts, will reach one billion by 2040.
A small family business in the Czech Republic is the last place where traditional Christmas decorations from blown glass beads are still made.
Noone understands what a whistleblower goes through, says South African police officer in self-exile.
Digital services tax off the table, activists lament that EU finance ministers let tech giants off the hook.
A group of refugee families stranded for two decades on a British military base in Cyprus have been granted permanent residency in the UK
Austrian Christmas house dazzles with lights and inflatable figures
Activists in Brussels have been protesting outside the Slovakia embassy over the decision to detain 12 Greenpeace protesters until trial. The activists had been taking part in a demo against coal, pinning banners to a mining tower. They now risk up to 5 years in jail.
Our political editor, Darren McCaffrey on all the latest from Luxembourg and the implications for anti-Brexit campaigners.
EU Commission 'broke own rules' in Selmayr appointment
NATO foreign ministers meet in Brussels amid heightened tensions between Ukraine and Russia. EU finance ministers fail to agree on a digital tax, Greenpeace activists are detained for coal stunt and Martin Selmayr's appointment creates new waves.
Watch: NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg holds a news conference during a meeting of foreign ministers.