Prisoners were tattooed with identification numbers at the Nazi extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau.
As the Spanish Parliament debates a bill to scrap forced sterilisation of women and girls with disability, Euronews spoke to a survivor.
European Union countries have agreed to “refocus'' the mission of the bloc's anti-migrant smuggler naval operation in the Mediterranean Sea so that it concentrates on upholding the U.N. arms embargo against Libya, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said on Monday.
Commissioner Phil Hogan said the deal was all about November's Presidential election.
Hungarian farmers have praised the new policy but supermarkets are sceptical.
"The EU commission fully rejects any false claims that attempt to distort the history of the Second World War or paint the victims like Poland as perpetrators," said EU commissioner Věra Jourová.
While many members of European royal families pursue careers, some of their experiences offer up valuable lessons for Harry and Meghan as they seek to step away from their traditional duties.
There are "serious privacy infringements", according to a consumer association.
The global record set in December 2015 was also matched, says the EU's climate change monitoring agency.
Western Balkan countries want the EU's newest member, Croatia, to push enlargement of the bloc during its six-month presidency of the Council of the European Union
Moscow, Athens, Berlin, Paris and London saw in the new year in style.
Macron said that he hopes that there will be a compromise but that he would not give up.
Galway, Ireland and Rijeka, Croatia will each host a year-long programme of cultural events.
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The honours list includes over 1,000 names this year including Sir Elton John and conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith.
The team of Russian president Vladimir Putin emerged victorious from the December 25 encounter in Moscow.
Berlin's Jewish community on Sunday celebrated the start of Hannukah, the Festival of Lights.
At peak times, Santa Claus gets 32,000 letters every day
In Paris, half metro lines were announced to be running as normal, while many stations remained closed.
Storm Elsa has brought strong gusts of wind up to 160 kph, causing floods, roadblocks, falling trees, persistent blackouts and flight diversions.
Michael Creed, the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine in the Government of Ireland, talked to Euronews’ Shona Murray this morning in Brussels after the Agriculture and Fisheries Council.
Climate activists staged a protest on Friday (December 13) in Madrid as politicians were running out of time to reach an agreement on the final day of the COP25 climate talks.
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Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic were threatening on Thursday to wreck the bloc's new push for climate neutrality by 2050 as the 27 EU leaders are meeting for a decisive summit in Brussels.
A new study shows recycling rates on the continent are worryingly low.
Although modern medical treatments are saving lives, an increase in the lack of therapeutic adherence in patients - especially those that are polymedicated - is noticed across the continent. In other words, their behaviour does not correspond with the recommendations or prescriptions of the doctor.