State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
Digital Garden City Nation
More about this topic
This European country is the most expensive to live and work abroad in
More about this topic
Argentines march for jobs, food, amid rampant inflation
Thousands of Argentines march for jobs, food, and more social aid as rampant inflation, 6.7 percent for the month of March.
Sri Lanka: Protesters joined by priests and nuns
Sri Lanka's Archbishop Malcolm Ranjith is leading around 700 priests and nuns in a protest against the government's handling of the economic crisis.
How Turkey's alcohol and cigarette tax is devastating cultural life
All alcohol and tobacco products in Turkey became up to 30 per cent more expensive overnight on January 1. How is this drastic increase is discouraging people from dining and drinking out?
Solomon Islands Tension
Three bodies were found in a burnt out building in Honiara amid this week's violence in the capital of the Solomon Islands,
Calm returns to Solomon Islands after deadly protests and riots
Police found three bodies and arrested more than 100 people in three days of unrest, sparked by concerns about the nation's increasing links with China.
Beirut in the dark as power plants run out of fuel
Lebanon's two main power plants were forced to shut down after running out of fuel plunging the country into darkness on Saturday. Lebanon is grappling with a crippling energy crisis made worse by its dependency on fuel imports.
the global conversation
"Today there are vaccines that are not getting to the poorest countries"
In this edition of The Global Conversation, Euronews' Méabh Mc Mahon speaks to the World Banks' Managing Director, Axel van Trotsenburg.
Afghans struggle to survive as Taliban face challenges
Since the Taliban stormed to power in mid-August, Afghans say job opportunities have dried up and they are only allowed to withdraw $200 per week from their bank accounts, meaning cash is in short supply.
Qatar sends highest-ranking delegation to Kabul since Taliban return
Qatar's foreign minister was in Kabul on Sunday, becoming the first high-ranking government official to meet the interim Taliban government in Afghanistan.
Cuba to authorise and regulate the use of cryptos for payments
The decision to regulate cryptocurrencies in Cuba comes as El Salvador makes history when its Bitcoin law comes into effect on September 7.
Lebanon's hospitals fear new COVID wave as economy begins to collapse
On Friday the UN warned that clean water may soon no longer be available for more than four million people. The government is so cash-strapped it's struggling to run both water and power plants.
Cuba confirms one man dead during anti-government protests
Diubis Laurencio Tejeda, 36, died on Monday during a clash between protesters and police near Havana as thousands demonstrated against food shortages and high prices.
Cuban leaders beef up police patrols after rare protests
The weekend demonstrations over high prices and food shortages were extremely unusual on an island where little dissent against the government is tolerated.
Why is Bitcoin booming in Latin America?
El Salvador’s decision to make Bitcoin an official currency is a watershed for crypto - and it’s setting off a chain reaction in Latin America.
The world needs to better prepare for future catastrophes | View
As G7 leaders convene to address the global economy’s most pressing challenges, creating more resilient systems and financing the ecological transition should take centerstage.
COVID-19 pushed over 100 million more workers into poverty, says UN
The pandemic is not just a public health crisis. It is also a job crisis that has pushed millions of workers into poverty, a new report warns.
A safe bet? Why the EU funds its recovery plan on the bond markets
As the EU finances its pandemic recovery with multi-billion bond sales, Real Economy asks what this means for Europe's jobs and businesses
Europe must do more to stop pandemic-related corruption, says report
The Council of Europe says countries must apply "transparency, oversight and accountability" to the large cash injections being received due to the pandemic, including from the EU's own recovery fund.
Shark fishing for profit could soon be legal in the Maldives
Is killing more sharks the answer to boost the economy in the Maldives?
The German Constitutional Court has blocked the EU's recovery fund. What happens now?
In a surprising decision, the court prevented the German President from signing off the ratification of the legal text that would enable the Commission to raise funds on the capital markets.
Protests in Beirut amid political stalemate and economic crisis
The protest, organised by Lebanon's Communist Party, blocked traffic in central Beirut.
Former factory worker takes on bookselling giants with 3-wheel car
Asti is a small town in northern Italy and people cannot always find the books they want in proper book shops. So, Alessandro decided to bring literature to the local marketplace in his red three-wheeler.
Italy adopts COVID-19 stimulus measures worth €32 billion
The Italian government passed a number of support measures to counter the devastating effects of the COVID pandemic on the economy.
As the COVID-19 crisis drags on, hard-hit French youth struggle
Nearly a quarter of French young people can’t find work — two-and-a-half times the national unemployment rate and one of the highest in the European Union's 27 nations.
Italian parties continue talks to bid to solve political crisis
Political parties in Italy are in talks to end the political crisis over the country's economic recovery after Giuseppe Conte stepped down as prime minister.
Biden warns of growing cost of delay on economic coronavirus aid plan
The newly inaugurated American president has had a hard time getting support for his $1.9 trillion (€1.6 trillion) COVID-19 relief plan from Republicans.