After it was lunch with the grandchildren and then a nap.
Macron said that he hopes that there will be a compromise but that he would not give up.
There were fireworks in Pyongyang and bell-ringing in Seoul.
More than a million people descended onto a hazy Sydney Harbour and surrounding areas to greet 2020 despite the ongoing wildfire crisis.
Crowds cheered as the sky over Auckland was lit up by fireworks to herald the arrival of 2020.
As 2020 arrives across the globe, watch the major cities bid farewell to 2019.
The honours list includes over 1,000 names this year including Sir Elton John and conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith.
With Persian new year around the corner, many Iranians struggle to finance the festivities because of the reinstated US sanctions.
Revellers across the world rang in the New Year this week. Fireworks lit up the skies over Auckland as New Zealand became one of the first countries to enter 2019.
Thirteen people are reported injured after a pedestrian bridge crowded with revellers collapsed during New Year celebrations in Moscow's Gorky Park.
Eight people spent their New Year's Eve stuck high in the air after a funfair ride in Rennes, Britanny, broke down.
After a car rammed into a crowded Tokyo street on New Year's Day, Euronews tells you what we know so far of the incident.
Take a look at our selection of some of the best photos of the New Year 2019 celebrations.
Euronews' journalists wish you a Happy New Year in their native languages.
From the French "Bonne année" to the German "Frohes neues Jahr," there should be at least one phrase that is familiar to you.
How does Europe bring in the New Year? Euronews staff tell us how they celebrate in their home countries.
Thousands across the world plunged into icy waters to welcome in 2018.
2018 has already seen tragedy caused by celebrations gone wrong or accidents due to fire or extreme conditions.
Musicians, performers and floats paraded through the streets of London on New Year's Day.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and his family were on stage in Times Square to help see in 2018.
Sydney and Auckland were among the first to celebrate New Year with breathtaking firework displays.
A look at security preparations in some of Europe's major cities, where thousands are expected in the streets to see in the New Year.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to line the River Thames to see the first moments of 2018 arrive
Armed officers and explosive-detecting dogs will patrol streets around New York's Times Square, while snipers will monitor the crowds from nearby buildings