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Good Morning Europe
More than one month after elections to the European Parliament, there seems little sign of agreement between parliamentary groups or between member state prime ministers on who should replace Jean-Claude Juncker as the president of the European Commission.
An otherwise conservative region in Germany has seen a surge in Green Party voters in the last EU election. In this feature of Insiders, meet the Christians who have thrown their support behind the left-wing party.
On today's episode of Inspire Africa, host Jerry Bambi, does the round trip to West and East Africa - Nigeria, Ghana and Uganda feature in this episode.
More than any other places on the West Bank, Hebron shows the difficulty of sharing land between Palestinians and Israelis and the remote possibility of finding peace.
Stunning innovation from Japanese designers and architects combining traditional aesthetics with cutting-edge creativity
Inspire Middle East
Disney’s live-action remake of Aladdin is amongst the latest additions in Jordan’s contribution to the international film industry.
"Mohammed Mattar was a very loved person, who believed in the people’s right and their revolutions. And he gave a lot to it. Eventually his life."
In an exclusive interview with Euronews, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev promised an early release for pro-democracy campaigners who’d not caused “serious damage” to public safety
Two tankers were damaged in suspected attacks in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday. Meanwhile, Boris Johnson came out on top in the first rounds of voting for the next UK prime minister. All this and more on Raw Politics.
Cultural and religious barriers make it harder for patients to be correctly diagnosed, especially given depressed men are less likely to acknowledge feelings of self-loathing and hopelessness.
In this episode of Learning World, Euronews takes a look at some of the best ballet and theatre schools in Russia and examines how easy it is for foreign students to study such disciplines in the country.
What is life like for Palestinian children living in the Israeli-controlled part of Hebron? What's the impact of the conflict on them and what's the role of the EU in reducing their trauma?
Russia's parliament will today have the first reading of a bill considering the suspension of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty.
Boris Johnson extends lead in the race to succeed Theresa May.
Competitors guided their steeds through show jumping, dressage and puissance, or high jump. Interest in the sport has been growing rapidly, and more than 2,500 spectators turned out.
Under the planned toll, those driving on German motorways would have been charged an annual fee of up to 130 euros, but those with cars registered in Germany would have been given a corresponding reduction in motor vehicle tax.
Europe's growth is predicted to peak as early as 2021 however. The increasing median age, coupled with lower fertility rates of EU citizens means that the the population is in fact set to decrease by 67.76 million before 2100.
A Human Rights Council panel is to review a complaint by the American Federation of Teachers against the "inhumane (U.S.) policy of tearing immigrant children from their families who come to our borders seeking asylum and protection."
Police have arrested three people and recovered two firearms.
Participants arrived in the Dolomites from 41 countries to ride 86km off-road over rocky terrain and snow.
The 66th annual Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity has kicked off on the French Riviera, with health innovation among the big issues sparking debate.
In the early hours, Platini's lawyer said the football legend had been released without charge, adding that there has been "a lot of fuss over nothing".
Spain has joined a French-German project to build a next-generation warplane and boost European defence, in a ceremony at the Paris Air Show.
Watch again: Hong Kong chief 'sincerely' sorry — but won't resign
Donald Trump described attacks on oil tankers as "very minor" even as White House officials announced an extra 1,000 troops to the Middle East.
South Korea out of the women's World Cup after Norway defeated them 2-1.
Renard's penalty secures France's place in the round of 16.
Germany claims a place in quarterfinals after defeating South Africa.
It is the first time Spain has entered the knockout stage but they are likely to next face the current Women's World Cup title holder, the US.