The 106th edition of the legendary cycling race kicks off in the Belgian capital on Saturday. The 176 riders will battle it out over 3,400 kms for the coveted yellow jersey.
An official report suggested Fairbourne, in northern Wales, should be decommissioned by 2045 as it is being threatened by rising seawaters.
British soul singer Joss Stone said she was deported from Iran after arriving in the Islamic Republic as part of a worldwide concert tour.
Ukraine's acting health minister Ulana Suprun says swearing is good for your health in a post to Facebook that has since gone viral.
Georgia's second largest city, Kutaisi, will soon launch a factory for electric cars.
This is the first time Europe has seized a tanker at sea despite a ban on oil shipments to Syria since 2011.
"People are coming from far and wide" to attend his "Salute to America" event, the president tweeted.
An iconic 50-year-old elephant bull was killed in Namibia by a hunter authorised by the government to do so.
Euronews takes a look at why the UN Security Council failed to condemn a recent attack on a migrant centre in northwest Libya, and the background players supporting the country's national army chief.
The origin of a fire that killed 14 crew aboard a nuclear-powered submarine has been located to the vessel's battery compartment.
Boat carrying 70 migrants capsizes off Tunisian coast
I visited the UK's most iconic music festival that decided to ban plastic this year! Did they achieve their goal?
Authorities urged residents in parts of Kagoshima and Miyazaki prefectures to move to safety immediately