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Thousands sang and chanted as they marked the first anniversary of major clashes in Hong Kong between police and pro-democracy demonstrators.
The statue was daubed with red paint to protest the ex-king's role in the colonisation of what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo.
“My son is four. We’ve started having conversations.” Preparing his child for racism is a central part of Marvyn Harrison's parenting.
In this episode of Judo Values three of the sport's stars explain why honour is so important.
In this episode of Unreported Europe Euronews’ Rodrigo Barbosa explores the impact the coronavirus has had on the careers of three high level athletes.
Tramways in Rabat are decorated with face masks, which people must wear outdoors as part of Morocco's battle against COVID-19.
A campaign has been launched to help tackle the rise of single-use cups from takeaway pints.
Worldwide lockdowns, shrinking demand and a supply glut have sent shockwaves through the oil & gas sector, plus oil-reliant economies in the Middle East.
As a plentiful source of energy, the sun’s rays have the potential to energize our daily lives with less damage to our planet than fossil fuels.
The French-Dutch carrier says all passengers whose flights are cancelled amid the pandemic are eligible for refunds, regardless of the date.
It turns out researchers in Australia have been miscounting these rare sea turtles for years.