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
UK plan to send migrant boats back to France 'inhumane', critics say
France says it will not tolerate any flouting of international law, following reports that UK Border Force staff are to receive training on how to turn back migrant boats before they reach the English coast.
Art Paris Art Fair opens at Grand Palais Ephémère until Sunday
The 2021 edition will feature 26 solo shows. These monographic exhibitions spread throughout the fair allow visitors to discover or rediscover the work of modern and contemporary artists in depth.
COVID-19: Scotland to introduce vaccine passports from October
It follows a vote by the Scottish parliament in favour of vaccination certificates for entry to nightclubs, music festivals and some football matches.
France pays rare national tribute to cinema icon Jean-Paul Belmondo
Dozens of fans of French cinema icon Jean-Paul Belmondo gather at the entrance to Invalides in Paris to be among the 1,000 privileged people allowed to attend a rare national tribute.
Is this the key to powering 90-minute London to New York flights?
Overheating problems plagued supersonic flight. Could this latest research combat them and unlock even faster flying speeds?
Instagram influencers must label paid adverts, says German court
Social media influencers who receive money from companies to promote products must clearly label such posts as adverts, Germany's federal court has ruled.
Sonya Yoncheva explores her creative prowess with 'Gala in Sofia'
Sonya Yoncheva, the Bulgarian star soprano, explores a new role and is now organising concerts herself. Accompanied by Plácido Domingo, she puts her mastery of music and stage to the test in "Gala in Sofia" with the awe-inspiring Alexander Nevsky Cathedral as a backdrop.
Two German ministries searched in money laundering investigation
Investigators have searched the German ministries of finance and justice on suspicion of withholding evidence on money laundering cases.
N Ireland: Change Brexit deal or we'll sink Belfast government — DUP
Jeffrey Donaldson, leader of Northern Ireland's largest British unionist party, is threatening to collapse the power-sharing administration unless post-Brexit trade rules are rewritten within "weeks".
EU court backs Champagne makers in 'champanillo' name protection case
The Luxembourg-based Court of Justice said it is up to the Barcelona Provincial Court, which had requested the ECJ to interpret EU law, to decide on the matter. But it made clear that protective designations of origins cover “both products and services.”
Police say 'calm' restored after five nights of clashes near Paris
French police clashed with rioters for five consecutive nights near Paris after two men were arrested and their mother was hit by tear gas.
These are the coolest cities in the world, according to Time Out
These are the world’s best cities, according to their sustainability strategy, COVID response, community and culture.
Jamie Lee Curtis snaps up Golden Lion Award for Lifetime Achievement
Venice Film Festival welcomed the cast of Russian film “Captain Volkonogov Escaped” on the red carpet this Wednesday and Jamie Lee Curtis won the Golden Lion Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Gas boilers need to be phased out. But who should foot the bill?
Sustainable alternatives often reduce your energy bills. But the public said they wouldn’t want to pay the upfront costs.
Thousands gather in Greece for composer Mikis Theodorakis' funeral
Political leaders, family members and thousands of fans paid their final respects to Greek music great Mikis Theodorakis who was buried Thursday on the island of Crete.
Governments using Pegasus spyware should be held responsible, says MEP
Hungary was among the governments found to use the spy tech and the German government has since admitted the federal police service also used the spyware.
Coast guard rescue migrants off coast of Lampedusa
The Italian Coast Guard rescued 125 migrants along the coast of Lampedusa. The organisation said the migrants were trapped on a reef, pushed there by rough seas.
Fire in southwestern Spain killes one and forces 1,000 to evacuate
Strong winds have further complicated the battle for firefighters near the popular resort town of Estepona.
Evacuees land in Doha after first airlift from Kabul since US pullout
The flight, whose passengers include Americans, Britons, Germans, Hungarians and Canadians, followed intensified efforts by Qatar and Turkey to get the Afghan capital's airport up and running again.
Lithuania must not push back Afghan refugees to Belarus, says court
The European Court of Human Rights has ordered Lithuania not to push back five Afghan refugees stranded on the border with Belarus.
Russian museum brings bells back to life with 3D technology
The Novosibirsk Museum of Bell Ringing is using 3D technology to show visitors what the bells would have sounded like when they were new.
How to make the perfect ramen
Neha Mishra opened ramen restaurant, Kinoya, in Dubai after the unprecedented success of her home-based supper club. She tells us the secrets behind her mouth-watering recipes.
Chamonix mountain guide company marks 200th birthday atop Mont Blanc
Five members of the Compagnie des Guides de Chamonix, the founding institution of mountaineering which is celebrating its 200th anniversary, climb the Mont Blanc to raise awareness of global warming which is forcing guides to adapt.
Cyprus removes school textbook over praise of Turkey founder Ataturk
Cyprus said that the contents of the English textbook were "completely inappropriate and unacceptable".
Afghan girls pursue football dream in Italy after fleeing Taliban
They used to play in a football team in Herat but when the regime swept to power, the girls decided to escape, fearing for their lives.
Greenland town bans alcohol after increase in local violence
A town in eastern Greenland town has issued a two-week ban on all sales of alcohol after 'several spooky incidents'.
Kuwait is transforming its ‘tyre graveyard’ into a new smart city
Kuwait has had a mounting problem with recycling its car tyres. Here’s how they plan on fixing it.
Anti-vaccine demonstrators had planned violence, say Italian police
Italian police have raided the homes of several anti-vaccine activists ahead of demonstrations against the COVID-19 health pass.
France to offer free contraception benefits to women under 26
France to offer free contraception benefits to women aged under 26, says Health Minister Olivier Veran.
Parade in Pyongyang marks founding of NKorea
Civil defense forces carrying rifles paraded North Korea's capital overnight in a celebration of the nation's 73rd anniversary that was a marked departure from past militaristic displays.