"The jade workers were smothered by a wave of mud," the Myanmar Fire Service Department said on Facebook.
John Bruton told Euronews that there were elements in Britain's governing Conservative Party who wanted to 'wreck' the European Union
"I feel this is my grandparents' generation when they emigrated from Greece to the US and never saw their parents again," Pauline Manos, an American who has lived in Brussels for 30 years, told Euronews.
China's London embassy accuses the British of interfering over Hong Kong and warns "corresponding measures" may be taken if the UK presses ahead with its plan.
New Zealand's health response has been praised around the world after the country managed to eliminate community transmission of the virus. But Health Minister David Clark himself has been widely ridiculed.
The US President said wearing a mask made him look like a Lone Ranger. "I have no problem with that, and if people feel good about it, they should do it," he added.
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The latest shutdown orders come ahead of what was expected to be a busy Independence Day weekend in the US.
"It is just a matter of time and means when all the main candidates and challengers of the incumbent president [Lukashenko] will be pushed out of the race.”
Ballots from three-fourths of Russia's precincts have been counted, revealing 77.6% of voters have so far approved the Russian president's proposed amendments to the 1993 constitution.
Archaeologists believe the war ship had up to 35 rowers and could have carried up to 100 men on board
The legislation brings to an end rules which have helped millions of EU citizens live and work in the UK, and will instead give equal rights to people from outside the bloc.
Alleged insults were directed to his daughter and son-in-law when they announced the birth of their fourth child on Twitter.
York Minster told Euronews it has not received "a single complaint" about the statue of the Roman emperor.
Euronews' Isabelle Kumar is chairing the World Economic Forum debate in Davos.
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The haul is worth about €1 billion and came in the form of 84 million Captagon tablets