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Southern Rhone Wine: Romans, Aliens, and grapes from Colonel Gaddafi
Wine brought by Ancient Greeks, the Death of Grenache, and how a natural phenomenon creates the perfect conditions for organic and even biodynamic vineyards. Euronews also finds out what it's like to make wine while Colonel Gaddafi is running the country...
Attacks on police and Israeli reporter at Berlin pro-Palestinian rally
A firecracker was thrown at an Israeli reporter covering pro-Palestinian protests in the German capital while four men were also arrested in London over an antisemitic incident.
Pope calls for an end to 'hatred and vendetta' in the Middle East
During a special service in St Peter's Basilica Pope Francis denounced the violence taking place between Israelis and Palestinians, as well as the coup in Myanmar.
Israeli police poised for arrests after two die in synagogue collapse
Authorities say the incident at Givat Zeev, in which scores of ultra-Orthodox Jews had gathered to pray to mark the beginning of Shavuot, took place in a "dangerous" building with no permits for use.
UN chief calls for end to "utterly appalling" Israel-Hamas conflict
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the fresh wave of violence "perpetuates the cycles of death, destruction and despair... Fighting must stop. It must stop immediately."
Mosque in Gaza hit by an Israeli air strike
People inspect the rubble of the Qlebo mosque at the Jabalia refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip, destroyed by an Israeli airstrike
Police break up crowds in Barcelona after state of emergency lifted
Inter-regional travel and curfews were lifted in most of Spain on May 9, leading to thousands of weekend revellers descending on public spaces in Barcelona.
Severe cyclone heading to western India, 4 dead
A severe cyclone is roaring in the Arabian Sea off southwestern India with winds of up to 140 kilometres per hour (87 miles per hour), already causing heavy rains and flooding that have killed at least four people, officials said Sunday.
Meteorite that crashed into English driveway goes on display at museum
The 4.5-billion-year-old meteorite crash-landed in front of a house in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire in February this year.
People take cover as sirens warn of incoming rocket on Ramat Gan
People run to take cover as sirens ring warning from an incoming rocket fired from the Gaza Strip, and Israeli security forces and emergency services intervene following the explosion that killed a 50-year-old Israeli man in Ramat Gan, near Tel Aviv
German vaccine tsar: everyone may need a third dose next year
The head of Germany's Standing Committee on Vaccination says the country must prepare for the possibility that all citizens will need a third 'booster' dose of vaccine in 12 months' time.
Students protest against Colombian government
Hundreds of people took to the streets of the Colombian capital Bogota on Saturday in a further outbreak of anti-government protests
UK police in standoff with protesters in London
Police clashed with protesters in London on Saturday as thousands turned out to demonstrate against the Israeli offensive in Gaza
Brazil's fight against Covid-19 hampered by flooding and favela growth
In its struggle with the pandemic Brazil is battling on several fronts as flooding hampers vaccination efforts in remote areas and poverty deepens in cities.
Greek MEP and neo-Nazi appears in Athens court
Ioannis Lagos, who was detained in Brussels last month, has been sentenced to 13 years in prison in Greece over his membership of the banned Golden Dawn party.
Why Annecy is the perfect getaway for social distancing
The Venice of the Alps is usually swarming with visitors, but there are ways to escape the crowds and find solitude.
In Gaza, bombs drop and the conflict again hits home | View
In all, six of my relatives, three close friends and several colleagues have died in the three bloody wars and countless battles between Israel and Hamas.
Hundreds of bodies found buried along Indian riverbanks
The cost of cremation has tripled in India in recent weeks due to a shortage of wood, according to a philanthropic organisation.
One child dies in suspected gas explosion in England
British police have declared the explosion a major incident. Four people were also injured in the blast, two seriously.
Volcanic eruption in Iceland called a 'wonder of nature'
A volcano in Iceland has awoken from a slumber that has lasted 6,000 years, give or take a year or two.
Are ‘tulip turbines’ the answer to energy eyesores?
The artistic shape is the key for these vertical turbines to be more effective than traditional models.
How to spend a night in one of France’s hidden Alpine refuges
Planning an overnight trip to a mountain refuge is not for the faint-hearted, but is well worth the effort.
Israel strikes Hamas targets as Gaza conflict continues
As the conflict entered its second week on Monday, violence showed no signs of easing with heavy Israeli airstrikes in Gaza and continued rocket fire from Hamas in southern Israel.