State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Hacker Hunter Next Level
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
Queen Elizabeth Ii
The New Uzbekistan
Digital Garden City Nation
Under The Hood
Latest Live Coverage
Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
Live - Tv
Watch Euronews live stream
France confirms probe into governor of Lebanese central bank
Riad Salameh, who has been at the helm of the Banque du Liban for close to 30 years and is now at the centre of the country's financial crisis, is being investigated by both Swiss and French authorities.
Swiss unions call for women's general strike over pension reform plans
Trade unions say plans to increase the women's retirement age in Switzerland will deepen inequalities in the country, where women earn on average 20 percent less than men.
EU border agency Frontex failing to fulfil its duties, say auditors
It raises questions about whether the agency should have had its budget and responsibilities expanded to such an extent.
EU hails G7 tax deal but internal divisions might thwart consensus
Some member states, like Ireland and Hungary, are wary of embracing the 15% minimum rate, fearing it will upend their economic model.
UK urges young people to get COVID vaccine as jabs open to over-25s
"The honest truth is the best way for us to get our freedoms back... is for everybody to come forward and get the jab."
France sends smaller replica of Statue of Liberty to US
A replica of the Statue of Liberty, smaller but based on the original plaster cast of its big sister on Ellis Island, a gift from France, was given a sendoff Monday ahead of its trip to the United States where it will be displayed for Independence Day on July 4
Backlash over UK foreign aid cuts ahead of G7 summit
“There is no justifiable economic need to continue to break our promise to the world’s most marginalised people."
5 million years of climate change records have been found in a canyon
It has allowed scientists to reconstruct a historic record of rainfall in Central Asia.
The European initiative helping tourists to discover nature in a sustainable way
On the Spanish-Portuguese border, a sustainable tourism project is encouraging visitors to discover the natural and cultural heritage of this area with electric vehicles over a distance of more than 1000 kilometres.
Football for Friendship: eWorld Championship final wraps online season
The children's football tournament has also had to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Water good idea: how Europe is saving space with floating solar parks
Solar panels on artificial lakes are nothing new. But there are high expectations when it comes to the biggest floating solar park outside of Asia, built right near the city of Zwolle in the Netherlands. We check out its longevity and how it could be a space-saving solution to our energy needs.
Polish PM vows support for Belarus' opposition after ally's remarks
"We are with the Belarusians who are fighting for freedom, fighting for the rule of law, fighting for democracy,"
How to make ceviche like celebrity chef Richard Sandoval
Richard Sandoval had a dream: to introduce made-from-scratch Latin American food to the world.
Bulgaria's interim PM urges government to double efforts on corruption
Stefan Yanev, a close ally of President Rumen Radev, is currently serving as Bulgaria's interim prime minister until next month's elections.
Council threatens UK government with legal action over child refugees
Kent County Council has given an ultimatum of June 17 before it pushes for judicial review, saying its services dealing with lone migrants have reached "breaking point".
Mobile orchestra from favela plays throughout Rio
Musicians in Brazil beat lockdown restrictions on mass gatherings Sunday by taking their instruments onto the streets for a mobile concert in Rio de Janeiro.
Statue of Residential Schools architect toppled by protesters in Toronto
The statue of Egerton Ryerson, commonly known as the architect of the Indian Residential Schools in Canada, was toppled after a protest in Toronto.
Mexicans vote in violence-stricken Guerrero state
Vigilantes stand guard as residents of violence-stricken Guerrero state go to the polls in legislative elections in Mexico. Eight politicians have been murdered during this election campaign alone in the state, and four were candidates for office.
Dozens march briskly through Yangon in flash Myanmar protest
Dozens of protesters march quickly through the streets of Myanmar's Yangon against February's military ousting of the civilian government. The crowd unfurled banners, chanted slogans including 'we want democracy' and held up three fingers in protest at the coup.
Body found on Norway coast was missing Kurdish-Iranian toddler
Artin was 18-months-old when he and four family members died crossing the English Channel, police say.
Getting married abroad? These are the top destinations for couples
Want to get married abroad but not sure where? We’ve got you covered.
Dutch ecologists invented a fish doorcam and it's got thousands hooked
Over 100,000 people rang the bell in just two months and people from all over the world tuned into the underwater livestream of the Dutch canal
Why is Denmark under fire over new law to send asylum seekers abroad?
Denmark approved amendments to the legislation on Thursday - so will changes take effect straight away? What has been the response?
How are these underwater sculptures protecting marine life?
The six mask-like sculptures are designed to encourage flora and fauna to return to the seabed.
It's crucial world leaders break the monopoly on COVID vaccines | View
"While it's true that an intellectual property waiver alone won’t fix shortages, it will be a crucial first step in ramping up the dispensation of vaccines."
Slovakia is second EU country to roll out Russia's Sputnik V COVID jab
Slovakia has 200,000 doses of the Russian-made vaccine at its disposal after a tumultuous few months in which a secret deal to purchase 2 million doses triggered a political crisis in the country.
Jeff Bezos will man the first space flight of the Blue Origin rocket
Amazon's billionaire founder Jeff Bezos will fly to the edge of space with his brother on the first flight of the Blue Origin rocket.
Thousands of US 'diversity visa' winners sue Biden administration
More than 24,000 plaintiffs in 141 different countries have sued the Biden administration over their 'Diversity Visa' applications.
Moderna asks to use its COVID vaccines on Europe's teenagers
Moderna asks to use its COVID vaccines on Europe's teenagers
EURO 2020: This is your quick guide to Russia
Russia reached the semi-finals of UEFA Euro 2008. Could they go one further in 2021?