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The Arc de Triomphe has seen parades, protests and tourists galore, but never before has the war monument in Paris been wrapped in silver and blue recyclable polypropylene fabric.
Germany's ruling coalition trails in polls, two weeks before election
If polls are correct, Chancellor Angela Merkel's ruling centre-right bloc is heading for a historic defeat in the county's federal election on September 26
Syria regime and Russian flags fly in destroyed Daraa after truce deal
Syria regime and Russian flags fly in the southern district of Daraa al-Balad in the city of Daraa, the cradle of Syria's uprising, after government forces entered under a ceasefire deal brokered by regime ally Russia.
Taliban say women can study in gender-segregated universities
Euronews' Anelise Borges reports from Kabul as the new Taliban government outlines sweeping education policies banning women and men from studying side by side.
Bangladesh schools reopen after 18-month Covid shutdown
Children in Bangladesh return to classrooms as schools reopen after 18 months, one of the world's longest coronavirus shutdowns.
UK ditches plans for vaccine passports amid backlash
Health Secretary Sajid Javid says the government has shelved the idea of vaccine passports for now amid growing opposition from Conservative lawmakers.
Pope Francis meets Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán before mass
Pope Francis celebrates the Holy Mass on Budapest Heroes' Square to close the International Eucharistic Congress.
Berlin's leather lovers listen to classical music in a church
The "Classic meets fetish" evening regularly brings together about a hundred members of the gay community, all dressed in leather, to listen to classical music.
US presidents display unity on 20th anniversary of 9/11
Four US presidents paid respects at the sites where hijacked planes killed nearly 3,000 people in the deadliest act of terrorism on American soil.
Britain savours a new sporting star in tennis champion Raducanu
18-year-old Emma Raducanu was being hailed on Sunday as the new queen of British sport after winning the US Open as a qualifier.
UAE sets up air bridge to deliver humanitarian aid to Afghanistan
The United Arab Emirates has established an air bridge with Kabul to deliver humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, an airport operations manager said on Saturday.
Tech this week: Brexit bites again and Amazon’s big rewards
Three UK follows Vodafone and EE in reintroducing roaming charges in the wake of Brexit and why is Amazon offering to pay University tuition for 750,000 workers?
Bereaved Afghan denounces 'big mistake' after US strike kills daughter
Euronews' special correspondent in Kabul Anelise Borges writes about her heart-wrenching encounter with Emal Ahmadi, who lost ten family members in a US drone strike last month — including his 3-year-old daughter Malika.
Women are marrying trees to save them from deforestation
How a group of over 70 women banded together to protect their local forest is a nature-inspired wedding ceremony.
'Open your arms to everyone,' Pope tells Orban's Hungary
Viktor Orban's right-wing, anti-immigrant policies clash with Pope Francis’ call for countries to welcome refugees.
This hanging hotel in Peru isn't for the faint-hearted
You'll have to hike up to the world's first hanging lodge nestled in the Sacred Valley of Cusco
Beach huts are a British icon and they're selling for €10,000s
With domestic holidays the only option for many this summer, the classic British beach hut has made a comeback.