France’s foreign minister warns the UK and EU could ‘rip each other apart’ in upcoming negotiations, as Britain prepares to set out a robust position.
Authorities in China have reported a falling rate of coronavirus infections for the third day in a row.
Rescuers pulled two bodies from rough seas off southern England and soldiers helped build flood barriers on Saturday.
The town where Mussolini set up Italy's fascist German-puppet republic is standing by the late dictator.
Rallies condemned ruling CDU party after it teamed up with far-right AfD party to vote the leader of the state of Thuringia out of office on February 5th.
Tariffs were introduced in October after the WTO ruled that the EU was found to have illegally subsidised Airbus.
The man, who arrived in France on January 16, is the first to die in Europe from COVID-19 coronavirus.
The truce came after U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Mark Esper met in Munich with Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani.
It comes weeks after Belgrade and Pristina agreed to resume direct flights for the first time since the Kosovo War.
"I believe in a big Europe, from Lisbon to Vladivostok," Igor Dodon told Euronews.
Desperate migrants hiding in the back of freight trucks to get to Britain on ferries had been the target, but now smugglers have switched their tactics and record numbers are now risking their lives, attempting to get across the English Channel, ...
A double amputee is urging people to discuss their wishes about donating their bodies to medical science after they die.
The Hamburg Symphony Orchestra performance brought crowds together in Abu Dhabi to celebrate the 250th birthday of German composer and pianist, Ludwig van Beethoven.
Located in the Kuridsh region of Iraq, the city of Sulayaniyah is transforming a 60,000 square metre abandoned tobacco factory into a cultural hub where young artists can gather, to create.
Smelling this year's Valentine roses could leave you on a real high
The European Court of Justice is hearing Google's appeal over a 2017 sanction for anti-competitive behaviour.
But at over 700 years away, astronomers say there's no risk to Earth.
The European Court of Human Rights has backed Spain’s immediate deportation of two African migrants who tried to enter one of its African enclaves.
Euronews speaks to English footballer, Trever Steven who rose to fame playing for Burnley, Everton, Rangers and Marseilles and won 36 international caps for England including in the 1986 World Cup against Maradona.
Sitar-virtuoso Anoushka Shankar performs the concerto Raga-Mala, composed by her father Ravi Shankar, the most famous Indian musician of the 20th century at Lyon's Auditorium, accompanied by the Orchestre National de Lyon.
Sitar-virtuoso, Anoushka Shankar has released a very personal album called “Love Letters”.
The Swiss encryption firm Crypto was secretly used for spying by CIA and West Germany for decades, a new German and American media investigation says.
A young Lithuanian artist's work on ecological disaster is currently on display at Kiev's PinchukArtCentre
The Kremlin hit back at Ankara, accusing it of disregarding its commitment under the agreement to stabilise the region.
It is “way too early” to say if the coronavirus outbreak has been contained, the WHO said on Wednesday as the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona was cancelled.
The island of Santorini is a beloved destination for many Chinese tourists. But since the new COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak in China, scores are simply not showing up.
The singer/songwriter is on tour with a very personal record, that's neither traditional Cape Verdean music nor afrobeat, but somewhere in the middle that's her own personal sound.
Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary election, the second state to pick a Democratic party candidate.
In Spain recent changes to the law allow companies to deduct time that employees take out for coffee or cigarette breaks.
League leader Matteo Salvini faces a key vote in Italy' Senate today on to whether proceed with his indictment over 'migrant kidnapping' allegations.
Robyn Peoples and Sharni Edwards made history today as they were the first same-sex couple to get married in Northern Ireland.
Lebanon's government has won a vote of confidence in parliament in part because of its plan to tackle the country's financial crisis.
The European Commission president addressed the European Parliament’s first post-Brexit session in Strasbourg.
After Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer's resignation, the right-wing of Germany's governing CDU party may try to take over the party leadership, Let's take a closer look at one of their likely candidates, Friedrich Merz.
The death toll for the novel coronavirus outbreak surpassed 1,000 in China with over 40,000 cases.
Merkel successor Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer announced that she will quit her role as head of the CDU after the party was criticised over a regional election in Thuringia.
“I am ready to drink tonight,” director Boon Jong Ho said in his speech.
The Solar Orbiter, a joint mission between the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA, is ready for lift-off. The mission aims to give close-up views of the Sun's polar regions and observe its magnetic activity.
Authorities across Europe are trying to contain the spread of coronavirus by hunting down those who came into contact with infected people.
Eight people died and more than 40 others were injured during clashes in southern Kazakhstan. The government is trying to understand what sparked the riots. It is believed they involved the local Dungans Muslim minority,
Venice Carnival is off to an unusual start as 'coronavirus and high-tide fears' see tourism rate going down compared to previous years, according to the Italian press.
Storm Ciara, the first storm of the year, hit Ireland on Saturday night and reached the UK and northern mainland Europe on Sunday. As it is sweeping across the continent, Ciara's heavy rain and strong gales are causing travel disruptions, damages ...
The long-serving head of the French Ice Skating Federation (FFSG), Didier Gailhaguet, resigned on Saturday after former skaters spoke of sexual assaults by coaches.
Thousands of Poles in Warsaw have rallied in support of their government's mission to control the justice system, which is almost complete.
The Galway 2020 European capital of culture opening ceremony has been cancelled due to imminent arrival of Storm Ciara. Heavy rain and high winds expected.
A soldier shot and killed at least 17 people and wounded 14 others in a shopping centre in northeast Thailand — and streamed his attack on Facebook.
"Nuclear force is our final recourse, the cornerstone of our security, the guarantor of our vital interests," French president declared.
Gordon Sondland, the US ambassador to the EU, was ousted hours after Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman who'd worked as a Ukraine expert at the White House.