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Good Morning Europe
"Legal creativity and imagination" can still avoid a hard Brexit, says Jose Barroso
In this 360 interactive, you can explore one of Europe's largest garment factories. One million garments are produced here every year, even as many workers migrate to Western Europe to get better salaries.
The conflict in eastern Ukraine has caused thousands of victims and disrupted civilians' lives. But in that region, people also want to look at the future. Stories of resilience from the East.
Global Japan visits the soon to be completed Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo to see first hand how Japanese experts are helping to preserve Egypt's priceless artifacts.
Inspire Middle East
The 7th edition of World Government Summit was held in Dubai, gathering world leaders alongside experts in the sectors of technology, economy, environment and wellbeing.
Venezuela's Juan Guaidó speaks to Euronews' Anelise Borges about humanitarian aid, the military, diplomacy, Nicolas Maduro and the future of his country in the Global Conversation.
Countries across Europe are struggling to address reports of rising anti-Semitism. But where does the problem come from and is it really getting worse? Find out what our Raw Politics panel had to say.
Abuse of presidential authority was one of the Articles of Impeachment against Nixon. This president could be next.
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.
The EU has stepped up support as millions flee inter-ethnic violence.
Nearly 13,000 people have been killed in five years of fighting in the border region between Russia and Ukraine.
The Vermont senator, 77, enters a very different Democratic primary contest than he faced vs. Hillary Clinton in 2016.
"It's not their fault that their fathers are killers and their mothers were participants" in the Islamic State, one analyst said.
A new report from cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike says hackers tied to Russian intelligence are quicker than North Koreans, Chinese, Iranians and criminals.
U.S. Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker arrive for a meeting at EU Commission headquarters in Brussels
The neighbors have fought three wars since 1947. Control of Kashmir is split between the two countries but each claims the region in full.
Euronews brought you the latest news and updates as they happened this morning.
A Euronews survey has highlighted deep divisions in European countries over the EU and revealed that many people think that Brexit has already happened.
Rosenstein, who oversees special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, said in January he would leave shortly a new attorney general was in place.
Lisa Britt told the State Board of Elections she engaged in fraudulent and illegal activity involving absentee ballots in unresolved race.
"The people of Venezuela are standing for freedom and democracy, and the United States of America are standing right by their side," the president said Monday in Miami.
"Any inference that this was meant to somehow threaten the Judge or disrespect court is categorically false," Stone said in a statement after the photo was taken down.
Kerry Donovan, Jessie Danielson, Faith Winter, Tammy Story, and Brittany Pettersen, co-workers and friends for nearly a decade, recently flipped the state senate from red to blue for the first time in five years.
Thirty-four migrants were intercepted in the English Channel by the UK Border Force and brought into the Port of Dover early Monday morning.
Seven MPs have left the UK's Labour Party. But who are they, why did they leave and what will they do now? Euronews has the answers.
The European Commission's vice president, Frans Timmermans, praised Romania's former chief corruption prosecutor in an interview with Euronews, urging the fight against corruption to continue.
"The president does have broad authority. But he does not have authority to violate the Constitution," Xavier Becerra said on Monday.