The candidates expressed concern about their appearance at Wednesday's debate on MSNBC.
Reporting doesn't always work in preventing the worse from happening: at least one-third of the women killed in 2018 had previously filed a complaint with the police, according to a report by Le Monde newspaper.
The strike is a "big shot of anger" at "purely budgetary logics which should not apply to childcare," a spokesperson for the movement told Euronews.
Boeing hopes to have its 737 MAX jets, grounded since March, back flying soon.
Europe is at risk of creating a "lost generation" of young refugees, who aren't properly integrated into their host countries, the EU's Agency for Fundamental Rights warns.
The woman was carrying a sign that said, "Gaetz - wipe the blood from your hands, A+ rating - NRA, save our kids vote Gaetz out in 2020," police said.
But green groups question whether carbon offsetting delivers a big enough cut in emissions.
The former president's staffers quickly denied Trump adviser Stephanie Grisham's accusation.
The emails offer a window into just how closely Miller coordinated with Breitbart, a publication that backed President Donald Trump early in his campaign.
The first public presidential impeachment hearings in over 20 years continue on Tuesday with lawmakers' busiest day yet.
Not having access to a toilet has serious consequences but researchers have plenty of ideas on how to tackle the problem
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One of the lawyers for Assange, who is in a UK jail, told Euronews his client had been "weakened by detention conditions which are absolutely extraordinary".
David Holmes testified about Gordon Sondland's calling President Trump from a mobile phone at a restaurant: "I've never seen anything like it."