Spain’s government will approve a 22% increase in the minimum wage to 900 euros per month on Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Wednesday.
Raw Politics: MEPs' moment of silence for Strasbourg victims turns political
"I fill my eyes with kerosene, let it all burn, let it all burn", sings Nastya Kreslina dousing herself with liquid outside the Russian White House, which houses the country's government, as her co-singer Nikolay Kostylev drops a lit match.
A Muslim man, originally from Kabul, Afghanistan, left in a coma after being shot by the gunman in Strasbourg city centre on Tuesday evening, has died, his brother told Euronews.
Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen sentenced to three years in prison
North and South Korean troops enter each other's territory in peace
Shinto priests have done year-end cleaning of a shrine bridge at a UNESCO World Heritage site in the city of Nikko, north of Tokyo.
Police patrol Strasbourg roads, while MEPs observes silence for the victims of the attack
London Ice block installations raises awarness of climate change
In this episode of Focus, Euronews' Cristina Giner goes on a gastronomic tour of Valencia and the surrounding region.
Businesses and citizens are exasperated by the negotiations for the UK to leave the EU.
The Brief: Brexit fatigue, Sakharov prize and terrorism
Each night, Mike Ziemkowski greets visitors and welcomes them to his Christmas garden with refreshments and cookies.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will face a no-confidence vote on Wednesday evening, which could see her ousted from the prime minister. But how does the no-confidence vote work?