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Britain's trade minister says 50-50 chance Brexit may be stopped
Britain's trade minister, a leading support of leaving the EU, says 50-50 chance Brexit may be stopped
Austria plans tax on tech giants
Austria plans tax on digital giants
Italian government easily defeats vote of no-confidence
Shrugs off criticisms to pass 2019 budget that bows to Brussels and does not go nearly as far with public spending increases as first planned.
Palestinians bury the latest victim of Gaza border protests
Hamas claims the death brings to 220 the number of fatalities attributable to Israeli bullets since the protests began.
French Yellow vest protests lose strength
Marchers promise numbers will be up again once the Christmas holiday period is over.
Italy's parliament approves 2019 budget in confidence vote
The Italian parliament passed the government's 2019 budget following last week's deal with the European Union, averting sanctions and fines on Rome.
Flights suspended at German airport after man tries to drive onto tarmac
Flights have been suspended at Hannover airport in central Germany after a man tried to drive onto the facility's apron.
Hanover airport resumes normal operations
Germany's Hanover has resumed normal operations after flights were temporarily suspended on Saturday when a man drove a car through a gate onto the tarmac near the runway
Netflix's radical 'Black Mirror' movie may forever change how we experience TV | View
This weekend’s major release introduces an entirely new way to experience entertainment.
Yellow vest demonstrators clash with police in Paris
The turnout at 'yellow vest' protests in Paris, France appeared lower than previous weeks, authorities said
German suspect member of IS let 'slave girl die of thirst'
An alleged member of the Islamic State who is of German origin is facing charges of war crimes after letting a young girl reduced to slavery die of thirst, a federal prosecutor said
Egyptian security forces kill 40 suspected militants
Men were killed in series of co.ordinated raids in Giza and the Sinai.
Remains of missing Wisconsin teacher found in Slovenia
Slovenian police say human remains that were found near a popular hiking place have been confirmed as those of missing American Jonathan Luskin.
Russia and Turkey to coordinate action “to root out terrorism” in Syria
Agreement comes at emergency meeting in Moscow
Democratic Republic Of Congo
Democratic Republic of Congo heads into high-risk elections
Fears of fraud, public unrest, delayed voting and disease; a perfect storm of factors threaten a peaceful vote on Sunday.
UK says it will charter ferries to easy congestion if there’s no Brexit deal
Government defends emergency contract
Egypt forces kill 40 suspect militants following bus blast
Egypt forces kill 40 suspected militants following bus blast
U.K. declares 'major incident' amid uptick in migrants crossing English Channel from France
Britain's interior ministry said there was "concern that it was only a matter of time before people lose their lives."
Russia dismisses Franco-German demand to release Ukrainian sailors
Russia's Foreign Ministry on Saturday accused Berlin and Paris of "double standards" and said their demands were "regrettable."
Ukraine's martial law is over — but there's no end in sight to tensions with Russia
The Kremlin on Saturday rejected European demands to release the two dozen Ukrainian sailors who were detained last month in the Black Sea.
Expel those demons, it’s good riddance day
New Yorkers shred their tears in Times Square
Syria is becoming the latest proxy war in the Middle East | View
As the US withdraws from Syria, the war-torn country risks becoming another battleground in the proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Who is your winner of discontent? A look back at a year of protests
Millions of people in Europe and beyond hit the streets in 2018 to denounce issues such as injustice, inequalities and climate change. Here is our round-up.
Earthquake in the Philippines triggers tsunami scare
Tremors in southern island region
Indonesian volcano shrinks after collapse triggered deadly tsunami
Anak Krakatau now measures 110 metres. Before its collapse, it stood 338 metres tall.
U.K. recognizes cave rescue divers and a Monty Python member in Queen's honors list
The various honors will be bestowed by Queen Elizabeth II or senior royals next year.
Turkish-backed rebels vow to resist Syrian government troops
Standoff continues around Kurdish stronghold
What were our most-read articles in 2018?
As New Year's Eve approaches, it's always good to take a look back and reflect on the year that has passed. At Euronews, taking stock means flagging the content our readers — you — most enjoyed over the past 12 months.
Trump is moving on from ISIS. But its supporters still walk Iraq's streets.
"It's a dynamic organization, it can understand what the main grievances are and try to act as a representative for these disenfranchised populations."
UK to spend €118 million on extra ferries in case of no-deal Brexit
"Extreme urgency" and the "possibility of severe congestion" behind the Department for Transport's contracts with three ferry conpanies.