The Federico II University in Naples is the world’s oldest public university. It also hosts the Developer Academy where students learn to develop apps for iphones.
Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro on Thursday started a second term in office amid growing international isolation
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: the Jewish Museum in Brussels reflects on the past and the future as the trial of main suspects opens. Eastern European truck drivers protest mobility plans and Belgian comic hero Tintin turns 90.
"I'm not prepared to do that yet, but if I have to, I will," the president told reporters on the South Lawn of the White House.
Such a strategy could quickly inflame tensions between Trump and congressional Democrats and could lead to lengthy legal battles.
Japan ranked top of the Henley Passport Index in 2019, meaning its citizens could travel visa-free to the most countries in the world
The man, named as Savas Avan, was charged with sending dangerous articles through a postal service, an offense that carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in jail.
As part of an ambitious restoration project, an ancient species of land iguana returned to Santiago Island after 200 years.
Romania's ruling Social Democratic Party (PSD) have objected to comments made by an anti-corruption expert in an article published by Euronews. Here we publish their response to Laura Stefan's claims in full.
Beppe Grillo has fueled conspiracy theories and pseudoscience claims for years. Now, he's signing a pro-vaccination pact for science
Unal Hekim, the businessman who established the animal shelter of his dreams in the garden of his factory in Pendik, Istanbul, feeds 2,500 dogs a day.
"I'm sorry, both for my poor judgment when I was young, and for not speaking out sooner. I love you," Lady Gaga wrote.
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A group of Canadian scientists have discovered a repeating radio signal, the second of its kind ever found, emitted from an unknown location in deep space
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"Instead of seeing hunger as an issue abroad, the government's New Year resolution should be one of taking urgent action at home."
Ever been stabbed by a pencil? That little mark is probably here to stay.
NBC News obtained a photo showing results of a test on a steel wall prototype.
One of those arrested was Spanish tennis player Marc Fornell-Mestres, 36, who was suspended from professional tennis last month by the Tennis Integrity Unit, the sport's anti-corruption body, the Civil Guard confirmed to Euronews
All aboard! Elvis enthusiasts shake, rattle and roll on pilgrimage to Australian town
The British government has paid £33 million (€38 million) to Eurotunnel, which runs the Channel Tunnel between the UK and France, after the company took legal action over the process to award ferry contracts to cope with a no-deal Brexit.