Trump sidelines CNN, calls the network "fake news" during first press conference since his 2016 election victory
Salacious and unproven claims Russian intelligence has personal and compromising information about president-elect Donald Trump have been reportedly circulating among high-ranking politicians and jour
Every Friday journalists from euronews’ various language teams choose a selection of stories from Europe and beyond which did not reach the international…
Turkish police have arrested the chief legal adviser Erem Turgut Yücel and a former chief executive of Dogan Holding Yahya Üzdiyen as part of the probe into last year’s failed…
An annual 'round-up' from Reporters Without Borders (RSF) details the growing threat of detention, abduction and murder faced by journalists
Thousands turn out for a third day of anti-government protests over plans to restrict journalist access to MPs.
A third day of protests has taken place against plans by Poland’s ruling Law and Justice Party (PIS) to restrict journalists’ access to parliamentary sessions.
EU Council President Donald Tusk weighs in on the contentious subject of press freedom in Poland, as protests take place in the capital.
Police have forcibly broken up a demonstration that had blocked the exits from the Polish parliament. Warsaw police spokesperson Mariusz Mrozek denied the use of tear gas.
Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox is buying European pay-TV firm Sky in a deal that unites a media empire across two continents.
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Every Friday journalists from euronews’ various language teams choose a selection of stories from Europe and beyond which did not reach the international headlines France: retired woman receives 8,000
Government is in the spotlight over funding of promotional events as part of EU presidency
Russia and Islamist terrorist groups are increasingly targeting the EU with propaganda – the warning in a resolution approved by MEPs, which aims to combat anti-Europe…
Ethnic conflicts, political instability and starvation characterize the realities of Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo. The Foreign press seems indifferent to the massacres taking place in thes
The Middle East remains a region that draws the attention of the public because of the many conflicts in the area. According to INFOCORE, a study that investigates the role the media plays in violent
In the Balkans, the foreign media played a key role in raising awareness about the bloodshed taking place in the region, and in influencing international public opinion regarding a military interventi
Robert Redford says he plans to retire from acting soon, to concentrate on directing and art.
Facebook says a glitch that was ‘killing’ off its users has been fixed.
The last 19 months have seen one of the ugliest and nastiest presidential campaigns in modern US history play out.
Devastated supporters waited for an appearance but instead it was her campaign chairman who fronted up
Kensington Palace has issued a combative press release calling for the UK media to stop harassing his current American girlfriend and her family.
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Turkish authorities have reportedly ordered the formal arrest of nine executives and journalists of the opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper.
An Afghan woman immortalised on the cover of National Geographic has been hospitalised in Pakistan after falling ill in custody.
The famous green-eyed ‘Afghan girl’ has appeared in court in Peshawar, accused of having a fake Pakistani identity card.