Rome is divided by rival rallies as EU leaders call for unity in the bloc.
We will "Spring forward" into British Summertime with more daylight in the evenings and less in the mornings.
Imagine emerging from a reality TV show after one year in the wilderness – only to find that it had dropped off the schedule and nobody was watching.
A choice selection of the week’s most striking images from around the world Candles on Westminster Bridge.
Germany is to pardon 50,000 men convicted under an arcane law criminalising homosexuality.
As we approach the French presidential election, Euronews is meeting people to hear of their concerns and expectations.
Norway wiped the smile off Denmark’s face on Monday by beating its Nordic neighbour to top spot in a global happiness survey.
A choice selection of the week’s most striking images from around the world Rafael Nadal (ESP) waits in the tunnel to enter the court for his fourth round match against Roger Federer in the BNP Par
Egyptian statue not Ramses II, but King Psamtek I
As Turkish anger at the refusal by the Netherlands to let the Turkish foreign minister speak at a Rotterdam rally escalates, 40 Dutch Holstein cows have been sent back from…
Thousands of people have taken to the streets across Brazil to protest against pension reforms.
Europe has its problems.
Braving the wrath of their hardline president, protesters took to the streets of Belarus over the weekend in the latest show of anger at a so-called ‘social parasite tax’ on those deemed to be doing t
A shopkeeper from Sochi who was convicted of treason last year has been pardoned and and freed from a Moscow prison.
Venezuela’s capital Caracas was once one of the world’s wealthiest cities.
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The structure collapsed as Malta was hit by rough seas and stormy weather.
Women in a range of professions around the world talk about their experiences of gender inequality.
There was an embarrassing defeat for the government in the House of Lords over guaranteeing the rights of EU nationals to live in the UK after Brexit.
“Call Me By Your Name” is an adaptation of a 2007 novel by Egyptian-born writer André Aciman.
A senior White House adviser is in hot water after promoting products of President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka.
A Belgian digital-marketing and tech company called NewFusion has launched an initiative offering employees the opportunity to trade in their ID badges for a surgically-implanted…
Later on Tuesday, an appeals court in San Francisco will be deciding whether or not to allow the travel ban.
Outraged protesters have marched through the centre of the ethnically diverse Parisian suburb of Aulnay-sous-Bois demanding, “Justice for Theo”.
A collision between a bus and a lorry in Honduras has left over 20 dead and nearly 40 injured.
A new decree threatens the work of Romania's Anti-Corruption Directorate, but the government argues it must tackle prison overcrowding.