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The Halogaland Bridge in Norway is now the longest suspension bridge in the Arctic Circle
Several cable cars have collided at an Austrian ski resort.
Architect Stefano Boeri has created a small island of greenery in the heart of Milan.
Brexit maybe causing Theresa May headaches, but the prospect of no deal is a great boost for the UK warehousing sector.
The gilets jaunes protests will have an "important impact" on the French economy, French finance minister Bruno Le Maire told Euronews on Sunday.
As thousands of protesters marched out in the streets of Paris, Euronews travelled to different French cities to understand why people have joined the movement.
A pod of dolphins were filmed by sailors in the Mediterranean Sea at night as they fed on bioluminescent plankton
Yefim Shubentsov claims to have cured 167,000 people from addiction by manipulating their energies.
As part of a series of reports, Euronews' Bryan Carter travels to both sides of the Scottish border to find out what ordinary citizens think about Brexit ahead of a parliamentary vote on prime minister Theresa May's withdrawal deal.
A golden goblet dating back to the second Millennium BC is the star of the show at Georgia's National Museum.
25-year-old wins French prize for prising open oysters
Euronews’s Bryan Carter takes the temperature on the Scottish border ahead of Tuesday’s crucial vote.
You might remember Murtaza Ahmadi or "little Messi" — the seven-year-old Afghan shot to fame when a photo of him wearing a football shirt made of a blue-and-white-striped plastic bag was widely shared online.