An immigrant's tale: the Romanian escaping Brexit hostility
Moldova's new parliament lacks majority, announces recess - lawmaker
Anti-corruption campaigner tipped to win Slovakia's presidential run-off
Pompeo, in Israel, calls Hezbollah risk to Middle East stability
Struggle for Algeria hits business community
Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Brexit chaos is dominating the headlines. Euronews asked the opinion of the former head of the executive body of the EU and Italian prime minister
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MPs voted against Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal this week, as well as rejecting crashing out of the EU with no deal and for an extension to Article 50. But what does this mean now?
A supercomputing centre is helping Czech firms to accelerate innovation in areas ranging from custom-made medical prostheses to new train seats.
Thousands marched across France to protest cuts in public sector and demand better living conditions.
Fourteen people die every day because of inadequate water, sanitation and hygiene, according to the World Health Organisation.
Lung cancer has been found to be the deadliest form of the disease for both sexes, surpassing breast cancer for women.
Despite major terror attacks diminishing in recent years, the threat is still there, experts tell Euronews.
With pressure mounting, France’s Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said police strategy for maintaining order was not correctly executed, resulting in Paris police chief Michel Delpuech being replaced by the current state prefect of the Nouvelle Aquitaine region, Didier Lallement
The UK government is considering its next steps after House of Commons Speaker John Bercow ruled out a third vote on the twice-rejected EU exit deal.
President Vladimir Putin arrived in Crimea on the fifth anniversary of the annexation and inaugurated two power stations.
A summary of what we know about the tram shooting in Utrecht, the Netherlands
The CYBELEGs PLUS PLUS programme is working to develop a robotic prosthesis to reduce physical and cognitive effort for amputees.. But their use could be much more wide-reaching.
A man suspected of shooting three people dead in Utrecht, the Netherlands, has been arrested, a police spokesperson confirmed to Euronews. Prosecutor Rutger Jeuken also confirmed this.
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A ticket will be offered to women today only that costs 21 per cent less than normal - the amount that women are paid less than men in Germany according to EU statistics.
Here are the top stories from across Europe this morning that you need to know about.
Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank confirmed on Sunday they were in talks about a merger.
Counter Terrorism Police South East said it was investigating a stabbing of a 19-year-old man on Saturday evening in Stanwell, in the south of England, after reports of a man shouting racist comments while carrying a baseball bat and a knife.
Anti-government protesters in Serbia step up their campaign, a day after storming the headquarters of state television.
The French police investigation body has opened an enquiry into whether officers were stealing PSG jerseys after a viral video shows them stashing red and white t-shirts into a bag next to the club's store in the Champs Elysees.