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Euronews is on WhatsApp, Telegram and Messenger: How do I subscribe and what will I receive?

Euronews daily newsletter on WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger
Euronews daily newsletter on WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger
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Euronews has launched a daily newsletter on WhatsApp, Telegram and Facebook Messenger.

Now you can receive messages each day with you everything you need to know about the top stories across Europe.

The bite-size news service brings you the biggest political developments from around the region, exclusive interviews, videos and much more.

How do I subscribe?

If you want to subscribe to the daily newsletter, scroll to the widget below and choose the service you're interested in:

WhatsApp: Save our number (listed when you click on the green WhatsApp button below) to your phone contacts. Send us a message on WhatsApp saying 'start' to activate the service.

Messenger: Log in on Facebook Messenger suggested when you click on the blue Facebook Messenger button below and click on 'Start' in the chat window.

Telegram: Log in Telegram or search suggested when you click on the blue Telegram button and click on 'Start Bot' in the chat window.

What can I expect?

We'll send you a message briefly highlighting our selection of the most important and the most compelling stories twice a day, on mornings and evenings.

The newsletter will be put together by a journalist from Euronews' English team.

We won't spam you and you can unsubscribe any time by sending a message saying 'stop'.

Specific Topics

In addition to our daily newsletters, you can subscribe to special category groups. They will give you the last updates about one main topic.

So far we have three special newsletters: one on Brexit, one called "Focus" which will cover themes from politics, economics, and the sustainable lifestyle, to sports, science, and technology and last but not least, "Space Chronicles" which follows the adventures of ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano.

You can either subscribe to one of them or both.

We plan to develop new groups in the future so you can choose the news you want to follow.