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A Dutch carpenter reproduced the ark, by following the instructions contained in the Old Testament. He warns that there will be new floods
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In this edition of State of the Union: Brussels takes Poland to the EU’s top court over controversial judicial reforms; the EU looks to Egypt to help
The EU is keen to create the multinational business champions of the future, and is looking to help successful SMEs make the leap from local dominance to the international markets.
Farmers in the Baltic states are paid the least in farming subsidies, despite needing the most financial support. It's time the EU acted and redressed the inbalance between the richer member states and those in most need of the EU's help.
A video showing police overlooking student protesters on their knees and with their hands behind their heads has sparked a lot of angry reaction in France.
Euronews looks back at the biggest stories from around Europe this morning.
The Doctors Without Borders and SOS Méditerranée ship has said it has terminated its search and rescue operations due to pressure from European countries.
The cocaine bust is the second bigegst of the year on Saint Martin.
The ruling Five Star Movement and its coalition partner, the League party, look to have had a falling out over the budget.
The Catalan independence movement is just one of the many obstacles facing a push to modernise the Spanish Constitution. In order to make sure it serves the needs of all Spaniards today, we have to solve our long-standing problems first.
Germany was the most prolific in the EU at trying to transfer asylum seekers to other countries in the bloc, latest figures show.
Having sealed the transition from dictatorship to flourishing democracy, the Spanish Constitution has been glue holding Spain together for decades. As the country marks 40 years since it was adopted, does it continue to serve the Spanish people?
Hammond defends deal, McDonnell slams it. Watch the action at the House of Commons on Thursday.
A picture of a huge Christmas tree on a van's roof has prompted a warning from police and a wave of puns from social media.
German Chancellor Angela Markel caused a stir by using a swear word.
Is Macron's u-turn on fuel tax hikes too little too late?
Four MPs defected from the ruling party on Tuesday to join a small opposition movement.
Watch the full episode of Euronews' Raw Politics show from Brussels.
Russia warns of a retaliation if the US exits a cold-war era missile treaty.