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The right-wing populist AfD is expected to do well in upcoming elections in eastern Germany. According to recent polls, the party could get over 20 percent of the vote in the states of Brandenburg and Saxony.
The thespian, 80, made a blink or you'll miss it appearance in a recent Les Miserables performance in Newcastle.
Manuel Jesus Costela has invited us to Granada in Spain, to show us the most exciting attractions his hometown has to offer.
Italy is marking one year since the collapse of the Morandi Bridge in Genoa, which killed 43 people and left some 600 homeless. The cause of the disaster has still not been determined. Last June, the ruins of the bridge were demolished to make way...
While the combined media giants will be able to produce more content, the jury is still out on whether or not ViacomCBS will be able to compete with other streaming behemoths.
These are the headlines you Need 2 Know for Monday, Aug. 12, 2019.
Perfectly preserved marine habitats through strict fishing regulations have made the Azores one of the best diving spots in the Atlantic Ocean.
On the Azores island of Terceira, a piece of forgotten African history tells a story of identity stripped away and the longing for a faraway homeland.
DW viewer Timon Traub is studying geography, so he decided to visit the Grand Canyon in the US state of Arizona. He took some amazing videos as he hiked through millions of years of geological history.
Sylt is the largest of the North Frisian islands. For decades, it's been a popular destination for the rich and famous -- and also for average folks who just want to spend a few days relaxing by the sea.
Smokey the Bear was born in the 1940s as part of a Forest Service poster campaign to raise awareness for wildfire prevention, but today he's active on Instagram and Twitter as well.
The annual competition, Operalia, serves as a springboard for young talent in the world of opera. Euronews spoke to the winners, as well as the founder Plácido Domingo to find out more.
Before his death in 1924, Kafka left all of his work to his friend and editor Max Brod, instructing him to burn every manuscript without reading it.
Hundreds of Spanish villages practice a cruel tradition at their fairs. In what's known as becerradas, bull calves are tormented in the arena and pierced with barbed lances or banderillas, often to death.
More and more seaside towns in Britain are fighting against coastal erosion. One is the Welsh town of Fairbourne, population about 1000. Experts say climate change is the cause.
On Wednesday morning, priests conducted a ceremony to temporarily remove the Buddha's soul from the statue
It's a tale as old as time...cartoon characters in films from Disney, Pixar, and more must take down the villains and step-mothers to win in the end. But did you also notice that in a lot of animated films all of the mothers are dead? We take a lo...
Every year, men from Salzburg in Austria ascend the Hundstein mountain to take part in a martial arts contest in a natural arena.
The count, which reached 456, tied with the previous record set by the festival.
Chrissie Greenaway shows you around her hometown. Highlights include stops at some of Belfast's oldest pubs, the 'peace lines' and the Titanic Belfast musuem.
A joint celebration in China toasted the first birthdays of 18 panda cubs.
Euronews went to Moscow and asked locals about their favourite Russian authors.
The inspirational conductor Gustavo Dudamel and the festival's specially-created orchestra gave a passionate performance of Brahms' 4th symphony at the grand finale.
Other folktales say that the town was plagued by attacks from the indigenous Guarani people, who resisted the settlers' occupation of the land.
Small cheese makers from the Normandy are angry at major cheese manufacturers. They say not every soft cheese from the region deserves to be called Camembert.
German emergency medics and doctors are increasingly insulted and abused while on duty. It is a worrying trend.
In 1989, Polish workers helped bring down the Iron Curtain. Today, the former revolutionaries are disappointed with how their country is developing.
In addition to fun photos and short clips, the social media influencer is adding IGTV to his repertoire, a feature that lets Instagram users post long-form videos to their accounts.
Funko's CEO Brian Mariotti touts the unique, whimsical design aesthetic that he hopes will have people getting into the company's new tabletop and mobile games.
In the graphic novel memoir "They Called Us Enemy", "Star Trek" actor George Takei tells his story of being imprisoned along with 120,000 other Japanese Americans during World War II, drawing parallels to the border detention centers of today.
Whyi Gun Kim aus Seoul shows us impressive footage of dancing and adventures in Mexico and Guatemala in Central America.
Graffiti artist Gonzo 247 shows us highlights of his home town, among them Space Center Houston.
'Vase of Flowers' by the Dutch master Jan van Huysum has been returned to Italy after being stolen by German soldiers in 1943.
Dark Horse founder and president, Mike Richardson, discusses the comic book properties NOT part of the Marvel or DC universes that his independent publishing house is able to license out.
The Fête des Vignerons began in 1797 and has developed from an annual street parade into a globally-recognised extravaganza.
The trailer for Tom Hooper's cinematic adaptation of "Cats" has provoked strong reactions online.
Thousands of Romanians toil daily on Italy's construction sites, often illegally and for starvation wages. With no prospects in Romania, they make use of the freedom of movement in the EU. Their families stay behind.
Many farmers are afraid that Brexit will keep harvest hands from EU countries away. Both farmers and seasonal workers from Eastern Europe have benefited from the freedom of movement in the EU.
Buying real estate worth at least EUR2,000,000 will get foreigners citizenship in Cyprus. An EU passport allows visa-free travel in over 140 countries. The Republic of Cyprus' naturalization policies are controversial.
More and more Poles are settling in eastern Germany. Since the fall of communism 30 years ago, rural areas in the east have been depopulated. Now, Polish families are taking advantage of the low real estate prices.
Bandier set the East Coast abuzz with its elevated athleisure and lifestyle brand, now the company is heading west, with its first Los Angeles store. Cheddar's Alyssa Julya Smith catches up with manager Marissa Drake to learn more about the expans...
Airports used to be a way-station between the ground and the sky. But in the 1990's airports were transformed into malls. In this video Cheddar explains how the design of the airport makes you spend more money without always realizing it.
Traditional tools came to the fore in Russia at the weekend with the holding of an annual scything competition.
Euronews meets the headliners of NOS Alive festival and finds there really is an act for everyone.
The musical performances were ocean-themed, filling the seas with 'Yellow Submarine', 'Fins' and the theme from Disney's 'The Little Mermaid'.