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Focus reports – an event or current affairs issue is put under the spotlight for in-depth analysis.
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.
Leading experts and decision-makers come together in Macao to discuss future face of travel industry,
A wide range of speakers attended the sixth edition in Azerbaijan to mull world problems.
The latest edition of the forum, held in Geneva, focussed on the ills of our age and the importance of security.
The annual prizes highlight grassroots initiatives around the European Union.
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.