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The city of Batumi was the arena for merciless combat between the world's great players.
The Michelangelo Foundation's Homo Faber show illustrates the painstaking work that goes into preserving past techniques and taking them into the future.
Euronews meets the last Feathermaster of Paris, Eric Charles-Donatien, always in demand from the fashion houses, but keen to ensure he is not the last of his kind in the French capital.
Two Swedish artists take novel approaches to creating objects for the home.
Focus takes stock of the situation of the Aral Sea. The subject - from an ecological point of view - is as worrying as that of deforestation in the Amazon. Five Heads of State from Central Asia just met in Turkmenistan to show their common commitment to this huge ecological and economic challenge.
Traditional Madeira Embroidery dates back hundreds of years and is one of Europe's finest luxury products. It is entirely produced by hand, with the artisan skills and techniques of the meticulous craft passed down over the centuries from one generation to the next.
Euronews visited a traditional Delft Blue pottery workshop in the Netherlands to find out more about the unique creation of a renowned, audacious designer and a master artisan who continues to employ the time-honoured know-how dating back to the 17th century.
The convention sees five nations - Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan – agree to the status of the disputed body of water.
An historic economic partnership agreement between the EU and Japan is being signed in Tokyo this week, heralding a new era in trade relations. But what will it mean for companies and consumers?
Hundreds of politicians, business leaders and representatives of international organisations gathered for the 29th edition of the Crans Montana Forum. The state of World affairs is debated here, without fear nor taboos.
Blessed with rich minerals and waters brimming with fish, Mauritania is awash with natural resources worth their weight in gold. But the West African country also knows how to diversify its resources by investing in renewable energy.
You can leave the hustle and bustle of 21st century city life behind by following in the footsteps of the ancient Maya world
Senegal has joined the top five most reforming countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. In addition and is now one of the 10 most attractive destinations for investors on the continent.