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Tivoli Gardens celebrates 175th anniversary
Last year, it welcomed just over 4.6 million people, making it the 24th most popular amusement park in the world. And it's kept up with technology by using virtual reality headsets for those on the 'Demon' named roller coaster!
Europe's forgotten war: The Georgia-Russia conflict explained a decade on
An expert has told Euronews if Europe and others had ‘reacted adequately’ to Russia’s war with Georgia, which started a decade ago today, then Crimea's annexation may have been prevented.
Tivoli Gardens turns 175 years in August
Celebrations started in May with a special Disney float taking part. The second oldest operating amusement park in the world opened in 1843
72 seconds of silence observed on Grenfell fire anniversary
It's been one year since the tower block went up in flames and the silence was respected country-wide at mid-day
Denmark's crown prince makes 50th birthday appearance
Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik made an appearance on the balcony of Copenhagen's Amalienborg Palace to mark his 50th birthday
The Old Vic theatre celebrates its 200th anniversary
Big names in British acting from Lawrence Olivier to Dame Judi Dench performed at the famous auditorium over the years.
The Primavera turns 50 as Vespa celebrate the scooter that gave the world wings
As the sun returns Italy embarks on a year of celebrations of the iconic 1968 model, and in Piaggio's hometown of Pontedera locals celebrate the success of a concept that has made the town wealthy, and Piaggio a market leader.
London gun salute marks Queen Elizabeth's 92nd birthday
A spectacular artillery gun salute from Hyde Park in central London on Saturday (April 21) marked Britain's Queen Elizabeth's official 92nd birthday as part of an eventful weekend.
How did Poland’s president die? It depends which official version you believe
Poland’s ruling party still says there was a darker story behind the plane crash that killed its president in 2010. But eight years on, will it ever be able to prove it?
Dalai Lama attends event to mark 60th year of his exile in India
The prime minister of the self-declared Tibetan government-in-exile has urged his compatriots to strengthen efforts to make the Dalai Lama's return to his native land a reality.
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Two views on Syria's growing humanitarian crisis
The head of Save the Children and a volunteer A&E doctor warn the world urgently needs to do more to ease the Syrians' suffering.
My Lai massacre: Vietnam prepares to mark 50th anniversary
Hundreds of men, women and children were killed in the worst recorded US war crime committed in the Vietnam war
Pilot flies plane in shape of '100' to toast Lithuania’s independence
The stunt was performed on the eve of Lithuania’s independence celebrations on Friday during an internal flight to Vilnius.
Prague Orloj goes back in time
The medieval astronomical clock has stopped for six months.
Cambodia marks 39 years since fall of Khmer Rouge rule
Between 1975 and 1979, Pol Pot's rule of terror killed an estimated 1.7 million people - nearly a quarter of the population - through execution, torture, starvation and disease in labour camps.
Queen leaves Remembrance wreath-laying to Charles for first time
HRH Prince Charles has, on his mother's request, laid the annual remembrance wreath at The Cenotaph in London.
Prince Charles lays wreath on Queen's behalf on Remembrance Sunday
The Prince of Wales has assumed one of the Queen's key annual duties, a sign of the subtle transition of roles from the monarch to the heir to the throne.
Russian 1917 revolution - internet style!
Historians bring the 1917 Russian revolution into the modern day using internet technoligy
Russian communists celebrate Bolshevik Revolution
Thousands of Russian Communist Party members marched across downtown Moscow to mark the centenary of the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution.
100 years on from the October Revolution that changed the world
October 1917 in Petrograd. Russia is between two revolutions and threatened by a German invasion. As the Provisional Government struggles to fend off
Russia avoids ostentatious celebration on 100th anniversary of Bolshevik Revolution
Our chronology revisits the events in 1917 that shook the world
Russians reflect on the centenary of the revolution
Russians remember a revolution that redefined the country, its leadership and its people.
Legends of Space, ep 9: Voyager
The Voyager probes are deeper into space than any man-made object has ever gone before
Fifty years after his death, Cuba honours Che Guevara
Cuba is remembering Che Guevara on the 50th anniversary of his murder in Bolivia.
Sixty years since Sputnik - the satellite that changed the world
Sixty years ago, Sputnik became the first satellite in space and changed the world forever.
Mexico quake: evacuation drill may have saved lives
Mexico holds evacuation drills to mark the anniversary of the 1985 deadly quake