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Three million people have fled over the past 18 months because of an upsurge in inter-ethnic violence
Every year, the charming, quiet English village of Fenny Bentley welcomes athletes from around the globe. Their sport of choice? Toe wrestling.
A road- rage suspect, seen on surveillance video hitting a man with a sledgehammer after smashing the windows of a vehicle, is being hunted by Philadelphia police.
In Russia, the debate over Josef Stalin's legacy has spilled over into violence during a live on-air radio show.
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent warns that the security situation in Central African Republic is worsening, and that violence now grips most of the country.
The competition saw Russia come out on top, while female fighters made their debut
With airport and oil fields reclaimed Iraqi forces push deeper into Kurdish-held Kirkuk.
Iraqi government forces say they control vast areas of the Kurdish-held region of Kirkuk after a major operation aimed at taking over an airbase and oilfields.
Fighting follows an al-Shabaab suicide bombing in Somalia.
Syria investigator Del Ponte tells Euronews why she quit commission
A debate over how billions of dollars for an infrastructure development plan will be allocated descended into a brawl in Taiwan's parliament on Tuesday.
Taiwan's legislators are known for their brawls, which are seen as a way for parties to show strength.
Lawmakers tempers erupt in row over new economic plan
Iraq: Mosul civilians flee
Raqqa soon to be ISIL free
IS de facto capital Raqqa under heavy assault
There is intense fighting in Mosul as Iraqi troops attempt to recapture the last ISIL-held enclave in the city.
The area targeted takes in the Old
In the south of Ardèche, France, euronews meets Japan's Akuzawa Minoru to learn about Aunkai Bujutsu, a newly created martial art.
Hundreds of people have been reenacting a famous 5th of May battle, when Mexican troops defeated the French army.
Footage has emerged of the moment a man entered into a fistfight with another passenger on an All Nippon Airways (ANA) flight from Japan to the USA.
President Assad’s forces have retaken most of the land lost recently to rebels in Hama province, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Now into its sixth month, the US-backed offensive to oust the jihadists has slowed recently, as fighting enters the narrow alleys of the Old City.