Focus reports – an event or current affairs issue is put under the spotlight for in-depth analysis.
Survey shows most Sri Lankans don't have any friends in communities outside their own, group tells The World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue in the Azerbaijani capital Baku.
A look inside South Korea's thriving tech hub dubbed the country's very own Silicon Valley.
We see the cutting edge products and ideas coming out of the Pangyo Techno Valley.
The Dubai World Cup is known as the “richest day of racing” on the international calendar with over 31 million euros in prizes on offer. It’s also one of the most vibrant events on Dubai’s social calendar, attracting an estimated 60,000 people from all around the world.
Focus looks at how Belarus capital Minsk is gearing up for the European Games, readying transport and venues which are set to leave a lasting legacy.
For years, Senegal has been reforming, modernizing and boosting its entrepreneurs and business climate. They want an emerging market with sustainable growth, which benefits everyone.
Since 1917, Baselworld fair has showcased the latest luxury watches, high jewellery, loose diamonds and gems. This year's fair in underway with a glimmering selection at Basel, Switzerland.
The Crans Montana Forum is back in Dakhla in Western Sahara. In its 5th edition, this year’s theme is building a modern Africa dedicated to its youth. Young Africans represent 77% of the continent’s population.
More than two decades since a devastating earthquake, Focus travels to the Japanese city of Kobe to see how the city has rebuilt itself and find out how it turned the disaster into an opportunity.
In this episode of Focus we travel to the outskirts of Dubai to visit a community at the forefront of environmentalism and sustainability.
The 2018 Innovation Radar Prize has been won by an Italian startup project that seeks to recycle a much greater proportion of plastic waste
In this episode of Focus, Euronews' Cristina Giner goes on a gastronomic tour of Valencia and the surrounding region.
This figure reflects the extent of seriousness of challenges in African cities. They are home to nearly 500 million inhabitants, a figure that, according to experts, will reach one billion by 2040.
With the winners from the 72 magnificent timepieces to be announced on November 14th, the latest edition of the "watchmakers' Oscars" is a blend of ancient art and innovation...at a price.