Artists from Latvia are helping to turn a troubled port neighbourhood long viewed as a place of imprisonment into a hub of creative freedom.
Greece's President is expected to raise the issue during a meeting this week with his German counterpart.
The monthly death toll in the strategic port city was up 164% in June-August from the first five months of the year.
Zahra, a seven-month-old, has already been treated for severe malnourishment. If not treated soon she will die.
Why is the fight for Idlib so significant, what are the likely outcomes, and could it really be the last battle of the Syrian conflict? Euronews spoke to experts to find out.
The Bundeswehr has sparked a backlash after unveiling posters comparing gaming to real-life conflict for a recruitment campaign.
An expert has told Euronews if Europe and others had ‘reacted adequately’ to Russia’s war with Georgia, which started a decade ago today, then Crimea's annexation may have been prevented.
“He is still alive. It’s very astonishing. Now he needs help,” the head of the Russian paratroopers’ union, Valery Vostrotin, told the state-run RIA Novosti news agency.
Amidst heightened geopolitical tension in the region, Sweden has revived its defence pamphlets in case an attack hits the Nordic country.
To celebrate the centenary of Igor Stravinsky’s “The Story of a Soldier” La Fura dels Baus director, Álex Ollé, is bringing the story to Lyon after its premiere in Switzerland.
Saturday’s missile strike on Syria may temporarily deter the Syrian government from using chemical weapons but it will not alter the trajectory of the seven-year-long war, experts say.
Find out what was targeted, who was involved and how the world has reacted.
A thirty day UN-backed truce was supposed to protect civilians in Syria but the barrel bombs, incendiary explosives and cluster munitions have continued to rain down on them.
It comes as the Syrian civil war enters its eighth year
As the Syrian war marks seven years on March 15 — a peaceful resolution is far from reach as the siege on Eastern Ghouta continues. Euronews speaks with Syrian refugees and asylum seekers in Europe on if they plan to return home.
The delay was called amid Russian demands to change a draft resolution that calls for a 30-day armistice.
The Turkish military said two soldiers on board the aircraft died when it crashed during an offensive on Syrian Kurdish militias.
Government air strikes on the rebel-held suburbs of Damascus have killed scores of Syrians, in what is said to be their worst week since 2015.
The organisation says an immediate halt in fighting is imperative to allow aid deliveries, amid reports dozens have died this week in heavy air strikes.
The market in Syria's largest city still has no water, electricity or telephone lines.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the United States cannot repeat past mistakes and won't pull out of Syria prematurely.
US companies supply more than half of the world's weapons.
Houthi forces see major victory in death of former ally.
Approximately 1,000 soldiers took part in a reconstruction in South Moravia.
People are still being killed by landmines in Europe 20 years since they were banned in many countries around the world.
The suicide of a convicted war criminal has highlighted the dominance of nationalist narratives in Croatian politics and media.