Peacefulness across the world has improved for the first time in five years, but it is less peaceful than a decade ago, according to the Global Peace Index.
"I mean when you mother dies in your hands... you lose it," Reyad El Hami, a resident of Tripoli, told Euronews' Anelise Borges.
Euronews spoke to experts to find out if the conflict in Libya will affect oil prices in the future and if the European Union is preparing for such events.
Fighters loyal to the Government of National Unity are trying to defend their city from a two week long attack by the eastern based Libyan National Army.
Eastern Ukraine is littered with unexploded ordnance. In this interactive 360° experience, you can meet the endangered civilians, the deminers working tirelessly to make the area safe, and see how much you know about landmines.
"European countries fear for civilians' safety but I can assure that our first concern is the civilians," a spokesman for the Libyan National Army told Euronews after the rebel group launched a military offensive to take Tripoli from the UN-recognised government.
Ukraine is one of the countries in the world most plagued by landmines. Removing them is a painstaking process most often done entirely by hand. See how in this interactive 360° report.
Pakistan's PM says he's ready to "sit down and talk with India" to ease tensions and avoid miscalculations.
Be part of the action as 200 re-enactors meet to relive the Battle of the Bulge — Nazi Germany's last offensive in WWII.
Save the Children warn at least 100,000 babies are dying as a direct result of war globally with the majority of infants living in Yemen, Syria and Somalia living in conflict zones.
More than 1,900 people have been killed or injured in eastern Ukraine by landmines or other unexploded ordnance. This makes the region one of the most dangerous areas for civilians in the world. Euronews explored how Ukrainians are coming to terms with living next to the danger.
Spectacular video footage from the Portuguese armed forces shows how a battle between paratroopers and rebels unfolded in the Central African Republic.
Euronews reports from Beni, where new treatments provide hope that a new Ebola outbreak can be contained despite fighting nearby between armed groups.
Heavy clashes in Libya's capital Tripoli have so far killed 47 people and wounded over 100. Euronews explains what the latest violence means.
John Bolton joined independence day celebrations in Kiev.
Left Field looks at the horrors of conflict in one of the world's most violent countries.
Watch the video to see five examples of when video footage has provoked condemnation or convictions of Israelis or Palestinians.
Amidst heightened geopolitical tension in the region, Sweden has revived its defence pamphlets in case an attack hits the Nordic country.
A German nurse working for the International Committee of the Red Cross was kidnapped in Mogadishu on Wednesday.
Gaza officials say at least seven Palestinians have been killed by Israeli gunfire and more than 1,000 wounded in clashes during protests at the border.
In Hranitne, a village at the heart of the war zone in eastern Ukraine, even the cemetery was not a place of peace.
Euronews speaks with Saudi Arabia's Major General Ahmad Hassan Mohammad Asiri about the conflict in Yemen.
Nadiya Savchenko doesn't deny charges, saying she played along with coup plotters to unmask them.
Communities at the heart of the conflict in eastern Ukraine are facing down hardship with remarkable resilience. Armed with her camera, Euronews' Nataliia Liubchenkova travelled to Donetsk finding yoga classes for pensioners and sheep shearing for tourists.
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.
Arms imports by Middle East countries mired in violent conflict have doubled in 10 years — and the US and Europe remain the major suppliers, according to latest research.