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Two-time prime minister Saad Hariri was preparing to bid farewell to politics. His name is now in the frame to stop Lebanon from completely collapsing.
The Russian president said he asked the country's Prosecutor General to immediately allow opposition figure Alexei Navalny to be moved to Germany for urgent treatment.
What happens when a famous tenor and a master of the harp get together? The result is a very special programme: Rolando Villazón and Xavier de Maistre present the 'Serenata Latina' – “Across Latin America”.
Latin American melodies intimate – in this edition of Musica on euronews and
"We apologise for letting down our community", said a Facebook spokesperson after the company admitted that Instagram posts in support of #EndSARS were incorrectly labeled as misleading.
Denmark leads the way in Europe when it comes to climate-friendly policies. But lucrative North Sea oil is testing its green credentials.
It is hoped ZeroAvia's maiden flight will be the first step in making one of the most polluting industries green.
Republicans in the US Senate advanced Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination. Now she faces a vote in the full Senate.
In Valencia on Spain's Mediterranean coast, Here We Grow explores a garden with 400 varieties of citrus fruits and also the persimmon harvest. We discover the bountiful universe of Spain’s abundant and delicious fruits and vegetables.
The Paris prosecutor has opened an investigation for "attempted homicide of a person holding public authority".
In this edition of Interview, we’re talking about the video streaming revolution with Mitch Lowe, one of the founding executives of Netflix and someone who's been at the forefront of the video entertainment industry since the early 1980s - plus where he thinks the sector is heading next.
The indigenous people of Colombia are protesting against the violence to which they are subjected.
Hariri’s return to office is a setback for protesters who had been demanding change, and see him as a symbol of a political class they blame for the country’s woes.
"Spend more time outdoors, get out there, because it will make you realise exactly what’s worth saving.”
After the world's biggest nuclear accident Euronews talks to the people who decided to return to their homes despite the radiation risk
It has been a seven-month break but the Greek National Opera is finally welcoming back audiences in Athens. With a number of health restrictions measures in place, the company’s singers have found an original way of convincing the public it is a safe activity.