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French officials condemn military generals who say nation 'in peril'
Prime Minister Jean Castex condemned with the "greatest firmness" a controversial open letter from French generals stating the country is "in peril".
Kosovo's PM Kurti fails to commit to negotiation date with Serbia
The new prime minister of Kosovo wrapped up two days of meeting in Brussels without committing to a firm date to return for negotiations with Serbia.
Ex-German footballer given suspended sentence for sharing child porn
The former international defender admitted some of the charges against him as his trial began in Dusseldorf.
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The President of North Macedonia calls for more EU presence in the Balkans
"We are the best-prepared candidate in the history of the organisation" - The President of North Macedonia, Stevo Pendarovski, tells Euronews of his country's difficulties in the EU accession process, the Balkans' 'non-paper' and how the country is managing with vaccine supplies.
The Via Dinarica Mega Trail - The Western Balkans' answer to the Alps
The Via Dinarica Mega Trail crosses eight countries and offers activities for all kinds of adventurers: hiking, ski touring, kayaking, white water sports and winter sports. It is also home to amazing views and centuries of cultural heritage.
Big data is helping Chinese firefighters prevent fires. Here’s how
Using a system of cameras and sensors, a fire brigade in Guiyang, China, is becoming better prepared to respond to potential fires.
Is Emmanuel Macron a centrist politician or marketing wunderkind?
Macron branded himself as someone who would overcome left-right cleavages but a year away from the presidential elections, some say his brand is still a mystery.
German start-up collects dog hair to make high-end clothes
A German start-up collects dog hair to make high-end clothes. It is a local production for the moment.
Police in India charge man who appealed for oxygen amid COVID crisis
Police in the state of Uttar Pradesh said the user had been spreading false rumours and generating "fear" online.
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Podcast | What happens to West African migrants in Europe
Some adventurers lose but some succeed. What is the price of this success? This is the story of 18-year-old Guinean Fana, who decided to cross the Mediterranean to get to Europe when he was just 12 years old.
Two former Italian left-wing terrorists surrender to French police
On Wednesday, French authorities arrested seven former members of the Italian Red Brigades, who were wanted on domestic terrorism charges in the 1970s and 1980s.
German police arrest disability hospital worker over four deaths
The four victims were found dead in separate hospital wards by police on Wednesday night. A fifth resident was seriously injured.
This vineyard in Serbia survived two world wars and is still thriving
Vinarija Vujic, a boutique winery nestled in the Serbian mountains, has lived through many challenges, including the two world wars, communism and the breakup of Yugoslavia.
Greek-Orthodox Patriarch performs 'washing of the feet' in Jerusalem
The Greek-Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem omn Thursday performed the traditional "washing of the feet" ceremony outside the Holy Sepulchre.
COVID-19: French bars, restaurants and cinemas to reopen May 19
President Emmanuel Macron outlined the phasing out of COVID-19 restrictions in an interview with regional newspapers on Thursday.
EU Parliament pushes for free PCR tests ahead of green pass
The European Parliament wants EU countries to ensure free-of-charge testing and exempt green pass-holders from additional travel restrictions.
Deprived of an audience, Paris orchestra plays to the statues
At the Musée d'Orsay, empty of spectators because of Covid-19, the Orchestre de Paris has recorded a concert that will be broadcast on 1 May. This is an opportunity for conductor Pablo Heras-Casado to fulfil his "mission" by bringing "the museum and music into the home".
The push for a free Belarus requires patience and endurance | View
More than eight months after the fraudulent elections that sparked massive pro-democracy protests, it is tempting to declare the Belarusian uprising a failure, argues Tatyana Margolin from Open Society Foundations.
Extraordinary aerial shots show City of Love from a new angle
A new book from Jeffrey Milstein shows a new side of the famous city.
High flier: Silicon Valley CEO Justin Zhu fired for taking LSD at work
Justin Zhu, CEO of Iterable, said he took small amounts of the illegal psychedelic drug in 2019 to improve his focus and creativity.
Handling of protests excessive but adequate, Belarus FM tells Euronews
Vladimir Makei, Belarus' foreign minister, sat down with Euronews to discuss anti-government protests, the decline of democracy and relations with Mother Russia.
Is this the world's first biodegradable and compostable plastic?
Biodegradable plastics don’t fully degrade when put into compost. But this may change now with a new discovery.
COVID positive groom weds bride wearing personal protective equipment
As India grapples with the fast spreading coronavirus pandemic, a COVID-19 positive man decided to get married.
Black market for oxygen in India amid virus surge
In India, where the number of people who have died from COVID-19 has now surpassed 200,000, a black market in oxygen has sprung up.
German top court orders government to set post-2030 climate goals
The Constitutional Court ruled on Thursday that current legislation doesn't go far enough in ensuring that climate change is limited to acceptable levels.
'I'm just a creepy skeleton,' says Navalny after ending hunger strike
Looking gaunt with a shaved head and blue penal uniform, Navalny confirmed he had resumed eating and said he now weighs 72 kilograms. "I weighed this much in seventh grade," the 44-year-old said.
Dutch cyclist arrested after 'trying to enter Belarus illegally'
A 48-year-old Dutch citizen was detained by authorities on Sunday after trying to cycle into Belarus from neighbouring Lithuania.
Are melting glaciers causing the Earth to move under our feet?
New research shows that melting glaciers are changing the axis the earth spins on.
Can cryptocurrencies adapt to environmental concerns and rule changes?
Experts warn evolving rules, environmental concerns and competition from central banks threaten to undermine many of the world's fast-growing crypto assets.
Election duties mean Marcelo could miss Real Madrid-Chelsea semi-final
Election duties mean Marcelo could be left back in Madrid for Real's Champions League semi-final versus Chelsea in west London.