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"Can you imagine if the CIA was asked to provide damaging evidence on a political opponent in Australia?" asked Sen. Mark Warner. 'There would be outrage."
Jacob Wohl, a conservative activist, has a history of claiming to have uncovered lewd allegations against perceived enemies of President Donald Trump.
As lawmakers meet with constituents during the break, some are finding the impeachment process greeted by little pushback, some support — but mostly, a competing set of voter priorities.
A large Banksy painting depicting primates sitting in Britain's parliament sold for more than £9.8 million on Thursday.
Avenatti, who represented the adult film actress in lawsuits against Trump, says Daniels owes him more than $2,000,000 for legal services and expenses.
Just months after Trump's inauguration, conspiracy theorists pushed a fanciful and unsubstantiated narrative in which the DNC framed Russia for election interference.
A new survey highlights the worrying fact that people in London are not aware of what sustainable fashion entails.
"People elected a new government, a new leadership, and yet it seems that the system of Iraq's government, the new system post-2003, post-Saddam Hussein, is failing," expert Bilal Wahab told Euronews.
The mysterious force is pushing galaxies apart and causing the universe to expand at an accelerating rate.
Volker was mentioned in the whistleblower's complaint that led to Democrats launching a formal impeachment inquiry.
The launch of Uber Works comes as the ride-hailing company has been struggling to turn a profit.
Earthquake injures 17 inside Polish coal mine
Democrats who saw the documents dismissed them as "propaganda and disinformation spreading conspiracy theories."
The upcoming sale has drawn criticism from campaigners who had hoped to turn the facility into an arts center to honour the Irish writer's legacy.
Kicking off in Baku, the multi-disciplinary festival bears the name of Imadeddin Nasimi a great 14 century poet and thinkers.
Influenced by Bauhaus, contemporary artists at Frieze London are dreaming of a utopian future.
The annual art bonanza is marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus school in Weimar, Germany.
Who is Iraqi Special Forces general Abdul Wahab Al Saadi?
Nick Hague and Alexey Ovchinin spent 203 days on the ISS, orbiting Earth 3,248 times and travelling 86.1 million miles. Spaceflight participant Hazzaa Ali Almansoori was the first person from the UAE to fly in space.
There's plenty of action at the opera Leipzig in Donizetti's comedy "The elixir of love," where the extra Nemorino is passionately in love with the movie star Adina, as the opera is transformed into a cowboy movie set.
'There is no endgame': Hong Kong activism leader Joshua Wong speaks to Euronews
The speaker has "given no clear indication as to how your impeachment inquiry will proceed — including whether key historical precedents or basic standards of due process will be observed," he wrote.
Trump has repeatedly accused Hunter Biden of using a 2013 trip on Air Force Two with his father to procure $1.5 billion from China for a fund he started.
In February 2019, the Libyan government revealed that there were 23 detention centres operating in Libya, holding over 5,000 asylum seekers. While they are officially run by the government, in reality it is Libya’s complex patchwork of militias that are in control.
Euronews has been able to speak under the condition of anonymity with a former Libyan UNHCR staffer who has been working in Tripoli.
Climate change activists spraying red paint at the facade of British finance ministry from fire engine
One zebra was shot dead after it escaped from a circus in Germany and was unable to be brought under control - but people have since asked if this was a necessary use of force?
The former prime minister has received the green light from MEPs to be the new European Commissioner for economic affairs
Tusk says EU is 'fully behind Ireland' over Brexit and 'unconvinced' by Boris Johnson's latest border plan.
Authorities have cut internet access across much of the country in a bid to quell the unrest, which was spurred by economic woes and lack of jobs.
"In your letter you made mention of the role of an Australian diplomat. We reject your characterization," writes Australia's ambassador to the U.S.