Police investigating a property in a suburb of Buenos Aires found a dead man and the partially mummified corpse of his mother, news reports said
This is the remarkable video of a man in Britain driving with both hands behind his head.
Police have slammed the “sheer stupidity” of Richard
When a group of nuns in Spain casually checked their answerphone, it’s the last thing they would have expected.
But among the messages for the
A new, growing islet off Tokyo in the Pacific Island has connected to an older Japanese island. Volcanic activity on the landmass is still underway
Former Greek Minister of Transportation, Michalis Liapis, was detained by police on Tuesday for driving an uninsured vehicle with fake registration
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth was allegedly left angered – by royal police officers stealing bowls of nuts from the corridors of Buckingham Palace!
Here are some of this year’s hardest-hitting, eye-catching and unusual clips from euronews’ signature No Comment programme.
From riotous referees to
His virility and penchant for a Vodka Martini “shaken not stirred” is world-famous.
But James Bond would actually be “impotent” and at risk of an
A species of cockroach native to Asia that has been seen crawling around an outdoor tourist destination in New York City can survive the city’s often
A group of alcoholics in Amsterdam that was causing a public nuisance has been put to work cleaning the city’s streets. The group of men suffering
Bitcoin has already been at the centre of “drug dealing”:and money laundering controversies but now it has been implicated in a somewhat darker
A satirical video campaign against sexual assaults in India has been making an impact on YouTube. The short video entitled “It’s your fault” has been
Pyotr Pavlensky chose a rather painful and unique way to protest on Sunday in Moscow’s famous Red Square.
The St. Petersburg performance artist
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has invoked the spirit of his predecessor Hugo Chavez to extol workers’ efforts in extending the Caracas subway
A back-bending contortionist, a tightrope-walking dog and the lowest-ever limbo skater are among the wacky new entries in the latest Guinness World
A 58-year-old Uruguayan man who disappeared four months ago in the remote Andes Mountains was found alive on Sunday, after he spent a brutal winter
French news agency AFP has come under fire after withdrawing an unflattering picture of president Francois Hollande.
The picture (see below) was
Tourists going to Venice beware – and make sure you read the fine print.
Everyone knows the lagoon city can be expensive but seven tourists from
Men in the Chinese city of Shenzhen will soon be penalised if they miss the target when using public urinals.
To much derision on Chinese social
Almost 40 years to the day after his death, iconic martial arts actor Bruce Lee is being featured in an extremely controversial TV advert, which was
Our special UFO correspondent, with some trepidation, ventured bravely into the outback of southern France, the foothills of the Pyrenees, where the
What was once the ancient Mayan city of Tikal is now one of the biggest tourist attractions in Central America, especially on the day the Mayans
Hundreds of residents of Prague gathered at Old Town Square for a giant pillow fight (filmed by Michael Fowler).