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After Open Arms, Aita Mari becomes the second ship to have its rescue mission blocked by the Spanish government.
Pope Francis has launched a new app called 'Click to Pray' - he made the announcement during his traditional Sunday address in St Peter's Square.
David Attenborough calls for 'practical solutions' to climate change at the World Economic Forum's Crystal Awards.
The British Prime Minister has told MPs in the House of Commons about her new Brexit plan B — MPs will now attach their amendments.
FTSE slightly higher led by oil, consumer goods
As many as 10 people dead after two ships caught fire in Kerch Strait, said the Russian Transport Ministry.
In Euronews' special Davos After Hours discussion, correspondents Darren McCaffrey, Isabelle Kumar and Sacha Vakulina break down the key events from day one at the World Economic Forum.
Praise for Dr. King highlights a difficult truth: His legacy has become as segregated as the country he tried to heal.
As protests enter their eighth week in Serbia, why are people so angry at Aleksandar Vucic's government?
Engineers say they have been delayed in digging a tunnel across to find the two-year-old boy.
A controlled explosion was carried in Londonderry on Monday afternoon following reports of masked men hijacking and abandoning two vehicles
The president made the unannounced visit to the Washington site on Monday, the holiday dedicated to the civil rights leader.
Berlin says it's over safety concerns and the suspicion that the airline is being used for military purposes by Iran's Revolutionary Guards, as well as for terrorist activities.
WHO report finds migrants have higher prevalence of some communicable diseases but says no evidence rise in new arrivals has caused spikes in illness in resident populations.
"We all suffer, but it's women and girls who suffer most"
Euronews takes a look at the cost of being a World Economic Forum member, and whether attendance at the annual meeting is representative and inclusive.
France's regulatory body dealing with data privacy has fined Google €50 million regarding advertisers’ access to users' personal data, it announced on Monday.
In our Futuris series, we visited an escape room in the Hungarian capital, Budapest. A new European research project is working to preserve historical material related to cultural resistance from the communist regimes in Central and Eastern Europe. But how are they achieving that?
Starting on Monday, EU citizens living in the UK can apply for settled status to be able to stay in the country post-Brexit. What is it and how does it work?
Finnish patients are now able to go to certain pharmacies in Estonia and retrieve medicine prescribed electronically by their doctor back home.
The state-owned winery entered the Guinness Book of Records in 2005 for storing the most bottles of wine in the world
More than one-third of lawmakers from May's Conservative Party voted against her divorce proposal last week.
Theresa May has vowed to scrap the £65 EU citizens registration fee as part of her Brexit plan B.
Flocks of Greater Flamingos have returned to Cyprus to spend the winter feeding in the island's salt lakes.
The Davos ‘elite’ are still pretending we have time to fix the climate crisis. We don’t. We have already entered into a new phase of climate change, one in which the impacts are coming faster and more intensively and we have to act immediately to avoid an even more catastrophic disaster.
With puffed chests and ruffled feathers, some of the rarest and fanciest pigeons in Egypt are gathered at an event in Cairo.
Passengers aboard a diverted United Airlines flight described 'freezing' and 'unsafe' conditions after spending 16 hours on the tarmac at Goose Bay in Canada.
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European shares stumble from six-week highs after Chinese GDP data