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One Italian newspaper even said the trial speed camera in Acquetico, near the French border, saw over half of the cars travelling the route doing so over the 50km/h limit.
"I'm begging you, please don't break my plan," May appears to say, to the tune of Dolly Parton's song "Jolene".
FYROM's former prime minister, Nikola Gruevski, has been granted asylum in Hungary, the Magyar Idok newspaper reported on Tuesday.
On this episode of Raw Politics, the EU moves closer to a law protecting whistleblowers while the Gibraltar question threatens the draft Brexit deal.
Italian authorities have raided a suspected international dog trafficking ring, moving the puppies from eastern Europe into Italy
A large majority of people in all 19 eurozone countries support the euro currency, a poll has found
A Chinese artist created a colourful art display of fireworks in Florence, painting the city’s sky
“Two cutters for the whole coastline is frankly ridiculous. We need more investment so the whole border is secure,” MP Charlie Elphicke told Euronews.
Police officer knocks on No 10 door so Downing Street cat can be let in
Spain's prime minister has warned that the country will reject the Brexit withdrawal deal if plans for future talks on the status of Gibraltar are not clarified.
On Wednesday the European Commission might decide to take first steps on the opening of a procedure for excessive debt against Italy
Soufli had silk first produced in Europe.
One of the unexpected effects of Italy's new hard line against migrants is on the pitch.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will meet with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels on Wednesday evening for key Brexit talks.
The UK and EU are due to sign off on a draft Brexit deal - but political opposition threatens its progress. We examine the key stages that lie ahead in the run-up to the UK's departure.
Kosovo failed to secure two-thirds of votes needed to join Interpol’s at its general assembly in Dubai on Tuesday.
The UK's top court has rejected a bid to stop Europe's top court from determining whether Brexit can be reversed.
Residents in Abingdon talk about their prospects outside the European Union
A policeman has been stabbed near tourist area,Grand Place in Brussels.
The officer, whose life in not in danger, was transferred to hospital. His assailant was shot and is receiving treatment.
At least one person has died and five others have been injured after a train derailed near Barcelona in Spain.
A new study saw over 6,000 women surveyed in France, Spain, Italy, Germany, the UK and the USA to see where they experienced the most harassment in the street.
Euronews brings you all the breaking news and top stories as they happen this morning.
On this episode of Raw Politics: Theresa May remains firm on the controversial draft Brexit deal, while protests in response to high fuel prices continue in France.
Dutch pre-Christmas festivities descended into violent scuffles and arrests last weekend — the controversy centres on a character called "Black Pete".
While Macron touched down in Belgium for a state visit, back at home, "yellow vest" protests over rising fuel taxes rumbled on.
Back in 2014, then-mayor of London Boris Johnson purchased three water cannons in order diffuse crowds in the case of riots. They were never used and cost taxpayers £320,000.
British Prime Minister Theresa May had her work cut out as she tried to defend the draft Brexit deal, negotiated a future one and tried to save her own skin.
She was the first Russian woman to set foot on the ISS and is now a deputy in the State Duma of the Russian Federation — Elena Serova spoke to Euronews about the similarities between space travel and politics.
The Sant’Ambroeus football club is the first migrant team in Italy to play in the Italian Football Federation (FIGC). It hopes to promote the motto: “Love football. Hate racism”.