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A small network of accounts and pages linked to a Russian “troll factory” has been removed by Facebook, the company said, in a sign of ongoing Russian efforts to disrupt the upcoming US election and sow discord in the country.
The trail, deep in the remote Perm region of Russia, will take visitors to the site where 55 years ago two cosmonauts crash-landed after their spacecraft malfunctioned.
Protests calling for more action to tackle climate change returned to London's streets on Tuesday.
The controversial visit of @Vystrcil_Milos to #Taiwan has exposed #Czech divisions over which way the country should look: to Russia and China or to the West.
As French President Emmanuel Macron visits Lebanon for the second time, here's a look back at the history between the two countries.
Tourism has been one of the industries hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, a fact illustrated in Spain, which recorded a 75% fall in visitor numbers for July against last year.
Warnings issued for the area around Okinawa, home to US military bases, described gusts strong enough to cause some homes to collapse and extremely high tides.
One of the trains was loaded with dangerous materials, including flammable gas and a corrosive substance.
In this edition of Ocean, Euronews meets those who have been directly affected by the cod fishing ban - and explores why its stocks are in decline.
They've lost months of classroom time due to the coronavirus pandemic. With their backpacks, hand sanitizer – and for many, mandatory face coverings – millions of children have returned to their classrooms in France and Belgium.
Russia has now had more than one million confirmed cases of coronavirus since the start of the outbreak, the fourth-highest total in the world.
24hr Citroen 2CV race fails to match Le Mans for pace, but provides plenty of action
The marches on Tuesday kicked off 10 days of demonstrations across central London as part of the movement's ongoing campaign to highlight climate change.
Infections are still surging in over 20 French departments. Indeed, public health authorities reported over 3,000 new cases on the last day of August.
Compared with June 2020, the number of people unemployed increased by 336,000 in the EU and by 344,000 in the eurozone.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says there are no adverse health effects linked to wireless technologies and no consequences for public health regarding 5G. The Academy's press release was later taken down.
It is a 356 million euro laser that is able to reproduce what happens when a star collapses deep in space. But the Romanian project has hit a very human hurdle. Here's how.
“I believe it is a travesty that a human rights champion like Paul Rusesabagina should be captured, detained and held in the way he is being held," said Katrina Lantos Swett, president of the Lantos Foundation for Human Rights and Justice.
Anxious about how your child will cope with going back to school? Euronews spoke to a paediatrician and a psychotherapist to see how you can help make the transition safer and smoother.
Facebook said it would block publishers and people from sharing news content over proposed legislation in Australia that would have them pay for news.
UEFA’s latest international football tournament is back for only the second time since it launched in 2018.