State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
Inspire Middle East
The Global Conversation
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
Japan Moving Forward
European media meltdown over Greek Finance Minister Varoufakis
A defiant Charlie Hebdo: "It's not the front page the terrorists would've wanted"
France terror suspect Hayat Boumeddiene 'in Syria'
A woman hunted by French police as a suspect in the attacks on a satirical paper and Jewish supermarket in Paris left France several day before the killings and is believed to be in Syria.
Thousands of anti-Islamisation protesters gather in Dresden as 'Monday demos' cause concern
Close to twenty thousand anti-Islamisation PEGIDA protesters have turned out in Dresden. The “Monday demos,” which began in October, have now
Iran nuclear deal 'unlikely' by Monday deadline but talks continue
Luxembourg's attractive company tax leaks tempt scandal
Despite all the makings of a global scandal Luxembourg is keeping its cool. Nicolas Mackel, the top finance official for the rich tiny EU founding
France: Marine Le Pen hails 'historic victory' after National Front wins first Senate seats
France’s far-right National Front (NF) saw two of its candidates elected to the French Senate for the first time – a victory dubbed “historical” by
Cartoonist Plantu explains why taunting world leaders is essential
Plantu is one of France’s best known cartoonists, having been drawing for the national daily Le Monde for the best part of 30 years. Euronews
[As it happened] Newsday: Monday, August 18
We have now closed the live news updates for Monday, August 18. There is a summary of today’s major stories, below. Please feel free to join the
France first choice for tourists but cities among world's least friendly
France’s tourist bosses have been left scratching their heads after seemingly contradictory reports fell into their in-trays within days of each
Verbier Festival 2014 Live Concerts
Live concerts brought to you by Rolex partner
French secret services had 'full access to customer records at telecommunications giant' - claim
French secret services had full access to customer records at one of the country’s biggest telecommunication firms, a newspaper has claimed. Le
Is crisis-hit Ukraine moving towards separatism?
As a new unity government took over in Ukraine on Thursday, Russian flags were flying on government buildings in Crimea. So euronews asks – is the
How social media reacted to Mandela's death
François Hollande says Britain's withdrawal will not hit France's Syria plans
France still wants to push ahead with military action in Syria – despite Britain’s decision to withdraw from a potential attack. President François
Can cycling shake off the shame of doping?
As President of the UCI, (Union Cycliste Internationale) cycling’s governing body Pat McQuaid has been in charge of the sport during its darkest
Libya's rapist 'guide'
Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi has been dead for a year, but his legacy of abuse and corruption remains. From early on during the revolution