Last week France saw the worst violence in decades - leaving four people dead and hundreds more injured
Bryan Carter travels to the border between England and Wales to hear from those who are soon set to experience Brexit.
Churches combine for campaign to save Peruvian rainforest
Finland marks independence anniversary with state-of-the-art library
"The fact this lasted for 6,000 years and has been smashed through in 25 minutes is an utter shock," said one archaeologist.
How Plumen’s iconic designer lightbulb is changing the world... again.
The Chinese Embassy in Canada says Meng Wanhzou, chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies, has not violated any laws and must be released.
Hammond defends deal, McDonnell slams it. Watch the action at the House of Commons on Thursday.
A zoo in Japan gives it penguin population Christmas appeal by dressing them up as santas for a special festive parade.
A picture of a huge Christmas tree on a van's roof has prompted a warning from police and a wave of puns from social media.
Did you know that the climate would be better off if we all used more cork?
Tony Lloyd accuses May of putting party interests ahead of the country.
The Brief: NATO meets amid Ukraine-Russia tensions, Selmayr inquiry rumbles on
The Brief: EU sanctions, CEU legal steps and fighting disinformation
While the wet weather in Brussels can dampen the spirits of some, Ireland's Permanent Representation to the EU has found a small silver lining.
The Irish band pip British acts Coldplay and Ed Sheeran
Luxembourg is to become the first country in the world to scrap fares on all public transport.
Euronews takes a look back at the biggest stories from around Europe this morning.
"It's truly her life-long dream."
"You don't really get the feeling until you see it for yourself, and your stomach drops," a man who lost his home said.