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Euronews
Good Morning Europe

Good Morning Europe

Sets the day’s news agenda and leads the way for the channel’s ground-breaking approach to news gathering and reporting. Good Morning Europe untethers a fleet of mobile journalists - MoJo’s – to gather news as it happens.
157 Episodes
Euronews
Brussels Bureau

Brussels Bureau

All the latest news, interviews and analysis concerning the EU from the euronews’ team in Brussels.
9 Episodes
Euronews
Insiders

Insiders

The never-ending flow of news can be overwhelming. Let’s stop for a moment to make sense of the critical events shaping our world. Insiders brings you in-depth investigations and exclusive reports from the field.
9 Episodes
Euronews
No Comment

No Comment

No agenda, no slant. Get the picture without the commentary. No Comment on demand video is available on euronews.com, Euronews mobile apps, on Facebook.com/euronews and on our YouTube channel: No Comment TV
2 Episodes
Euronews

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Royal Baby Countdown: Prince Harry's christening robe

Royal Baby Countdown: Prince Harry's christening robe

Royal Baby Countdown: Prince Harry's christening robe
1min
ITN
Sri Lanka begins to bury victims of Islamist attack

Sri Lanka begins to bury victims of Islamist attack

Sri Lanka begins a day of national mourning with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group.
1min
AFP
Soubry: 'Nigel Farage is the past'

Soubry: 'Nigel Farage is the past'

Anna Soubry says Change UK represent the future for Britain.
2mins
ITN
Greta Thunberg meets Westminster party leaders

Greta Thunberg meets Westminster party leaders

Environmental protester Greta Thunberg meets Westminster party leaders for a round-table discussion in the House of Commons. Miss Thunberg met Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, Liberal Democrat Sir Vince Cable, Green MP Caroline Lucas and the Westminst...
1min
Press Association
World News - Judas effigy controversy: Polish town slammed over 'atrocious revival of medieval anti-Semitism'

Judas effigy controversy: Polish town slammed over 'atrocious revival of medieval anti-Semitism'

A town in Poland has been criticised after locals beat and burned a Judas effigy that was made to look like a stereotypical Orthodox Jew.
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Euronews
Xi’s China is replacing the U.S. as the dominant military force in Asia

Xi’s China is replacing the U.S. as the dominant military force in Asia

Chinese leader Xi Jinping has refashioned the People's Liberation Army into a force that's rapidly closing the gap on U.S. firepower -- and in some vital areas has surpassed it. American victory over China in a regional war is no longer assured.
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Reuters
Allen: 'We will fight for the change this country needs'

Allen: 'We will fight for the change this country needs'

Heidi Allen says Change UK is "standing up" for mainstream Britain.
2mins
ITN
New IRA admits responsibility for the murder of journalist

New IRA admits responsibility for the murder of journalist

The New IRA has admitted responsibility for the murder of journalist Lyra McKee in Londonderry, as police made a new arrest. Miss McKee, 29, died as a result of injuries sustained when she was shot on the Creggan estate on April 18.
1min
Press Association
Family mourns loved ones killed in Sri Lanka blasts

Family mourns loved ones killed in Sri Lanka blasts

In some places, the Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka struck entire families.
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Associated Press
Kung Fu master learns art of spraying water from eye

Kung Fu master learns art of spraying water from eye

A Chinese Kung Fu master has learnt the 'ancient' art of spraying water and milk from his eye. One of his tricks is writing Chinese characters on paper using milk. The key is to snort liquids up your nose and then up through a duct connecting it...
1min
Ruptly
Cabinet arrives at Number 10

Cabinet arrives at Number 10

Theresa May chairs the first Cabinet since MPs returned from Easter.
2mins
ITN
Farage: 'We will target Labour Brexit voters'

Farage: 'We will target Labour Brexit voters'

Nigel Farage says he will go after Labour supporters who voted for Brexit.
2mins
ITN
Malawi launches first large-scale anti-malaria vaccine pilot

Malawi launches first large-scale anti-malaria vaccine pilot

Malawi launches large scale pilot tests for the world's most advanced experimental malaria vaccine in a bid to prevent the disease that kills hundreds of thousands across Africa each year.
1min
AFP
What ails India's airlines?

What ails India's airlines?

India's domestic aviation industry is one of the fastest growing in the world. But with soaring demand comes cut-throat competition, and pressure to keep costs low. Most Indian airlines, facing a turbulent time over the last few years, are making...
2mins
BBC News
World News - Brexit insurgency threatens Theresa May’s revised plan and her leadership

Brexit insurgency threatens Theresa May’s revised plan and her leadership

The British prime minister’s own party is in mutinous mood as opposition hardens to her Brexit deal and her position.
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Euronews
Church video shows Sri Lanka bombings suspect

Church video shows Sri Lanka bombings suspect

Footage has emerged showing a suspected suicide bomber entering one of the targeted churches in Sri Lanka's Easter bombings.
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Reuters
Modi casts vote in Indian elections

Modi casts vote in Indian elections

PM Narendra Modi has underlined the need to combat “terrorism” & boost national security, after casting his vote in the third and largest phase of general elections in the country.
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Reuters
Extinction Rebellion protesters march to Parliament

Extinction Rebellion protesters march to Parliament

Scores of Extinction Rebellion protesters have left a makeshift camp at Marble Arch to walk to Parliament Square. Demonstrators carrying flags and banners marched to drums and chants as they set off shortly after 10am.
1min
Press Association
Malawi's antibiotic crisis

Malawi's antibiotic crisis

Since the discovery of penicillin in 1928, antibiotics have revolutionized the way infections are treated. But in recent years, a worrying phenomenon has emerged. Some bacteria are developing a resistance to antibiotics - meaning that some medicat...
12mins
BBC News
Malawi's antibiotic crisis

Malawi's antibiotic crisis

Since the discovery of penicillin in 1928, antibiotics have revolutionized the way infections are treated. But in recent years, a worrying phenomenon has emerged. Some bacteria are developing a resistance to antibiotics - meaning that some medicat...
12mins
BBC News
CCTV shows suspect moments before Sri Lankan church blast

CCTV shows suspect moments before Sri Lankan church blast

CCTV showing one of the suspected suicide bombers entering a St. Sebastian church in Negombo, Sri Lanka moments before a deadly blast.
1min
Press Association
Good Morning Europe - Road Trip Europe Day 27: The effects of Greece's financial crisis nearly 10 years on

Road Trip Europe Day 27: The effects of Greece's financial crisis nearly 10 years on

Our correspondents Bryan Carter and Fay Doulgeri have set off on the next leg of Euronews' Road Trip ahead of the EU election in May. They have arrived to Metsovo in Greece where they have been asking people if they feel any improvement in their ...
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Euronews
Myanmar top court rejects final appeal of Reuters reporters

Myanmar top court rejects final appeal of Reuters reporters

Myanmar's top court has rejected the final appeal of two Reuters reporters sentenced to seven years in jail for violating the Official Secrets Act, in a landmark case that has raised questions about the country's transition to democracy.
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Reuters
Good Morning Europe - Is it possible to rebuild Notre Dame in five years?

Is it possible to rebuild Notre Dame in five years?

French President Emmanuel Macron has set the ambitious target of rebuilding Notre-Dame within the next 5 years, but is this achievable?
3mins
Euronews
Prince Louis celebrates his first birthday

Prince Louis celebrates his first birthday

Prince Louis of Cambridge celebrates his first birthday.
1min
ITN
Good Morning Europe - Spanish elections: Catalonia issue dominates first TV debate

Spanish elections: Catalonia issue dominates first TV debate

Nationalist Vox movement excluded from head to head confrontation
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Euronews
Good Morning Europe - Italy's coaltion partners to discuss urgent bailout for crisis-hit Rome

Italy's coaltion partners to discuss urgent bailout for crisis-hit Rome

Italy’s warring coalition partners are meeting today to try to decide on an urgent financial bailout for the city of Rome. The capital's €12 billion debt must be restructured to avoid defaulting, but the League and the Five Star movement are far ...
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Euronews
Cow politics: Is it hurting the Indian economy?

Cow politics: Is it hurting the Indian economy?

The cow is a polarising animal in India. The majority Hindu community considers the cow sacred, and cow protection is an extremely emotive issue. Some political parties have tried to use the issue to consolidate their vote, but this brand of poli...
2mins
BBC News
'The hillside looked like a volcano'

'The hillside looked like a volcano'

Families in about 20 properties have been evacuated from their homes as fire crews tackle a large mountain blaze.
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BBC News
Mass funeral held for attack victims in Sri Lanka

Mass funeral held for attack victims in Sri Lanka

Funeral prayers were held at St Sebastian's Church in Negombo on Tuesday ahead of a mass burial for the victims of the Easter Sunday bombings.
1min
Press Association
Inside the most polluted city in the world

Inside the most polluted city in the world

"The grown-ups have already done so much to deteriorate the environment." Inside the most polluted city in the world, which is in India. Hear about whether air pollution should be an election issue in India on the WorklifeIndia podcast.
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BBC News
Countdown to Brexit: 191 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 191 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on October 31. Here, we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
1min
Press Association
The royal baby gets people talking about race

The royal baby gets people talking about race

Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle, an American actress of African-American heritage, was a historic moment for Britain's royal family. Some say the imminent birth of their baby is even more significant. Mia Womersley reports
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Reuters
Sri Lanka falls silent for victims of Islamist attack

Sri Lanka falls silent for victims of Islamist attack

Sri Lanka begins a day of national mourning with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group.
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AFP
Rescuers scramble to save trapped survivors in Philippine quake

Rescuers scramble to save trapped survivors in Philippine quake

Philippine rescuers scramble to reach dozens of people feared buried under a building near Manila that collapsed a day earlier in a powerful earthquake, as the death toll climbs into double figures.
1min
AFP
Indian PM Modi votes in third round of election

Indian PM Modi votes in third round of election

Prime Minister Narendra Modi casts his ballot as India holds a 'Super Tuesday' of voting in its marathon election. The 117 seats to be decided will be the biggest number of any of the seven rounds of the election being held over six weeks.
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AFP
India holds 'Super Tuesday' vote

India holds 'Super Tuesday' vote

India holds a 'Super Tuesday' of voting in its marathon election. The 117 seats to be decided will be the biggest number of any of the seven rounds of the election being held over six weeks.
1min
AFP
Flames feel burned by early playoff exit

Flames feel burned by early playoff exit

Stellar season, early playoff exit; Calgary Flames face long summer
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Canadian Press
After bombings US Sri Lankan immigrants react

After bombings US Sri Lankan immigrants react

The Sri Lanka Foundation in Los Angeles has received hundreds of calls from the tens of thousands of Sri Lankans living in Southern California looking for news about friends and relatives back home.
1min
Associated Press
Trump talks of border wall to children attending Easter Egg Roll

Trump talks of border wall to children attending Easter Egg Roll

US president Donald Trump pledged to a child attending the White House Easter Egg Roll that he would keep up his work on the southern border wall.
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Press Association
Sri Lanka: Day breaks at St Anthony's church

Sri Lanka: Day breaks at St Anthony's church

Sun rises over St Anthony's church in Colombo, Sri Lanka, one of the blast sites in the Easter Sunday blasts that took at least 290 lives. Authorities imposed on Tuesday a state of emergency hours after blaming a local Islamist group for the attac...
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AFP
Sri Lanka: Morning breaks at St Sebastian's church

Sri Lanka: Morning breaks at St Sebastian's church

Morning breaks at St Sebastian's Church in Negombo, Sri Lanka, where dozens of people were killed in an explosion on Easter Sunday. The government on Tuesday imposed a state of emergency hours after it blamed a local Islamist group for a series of...
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AFP
Mother of missing Ill. boy not talking to police

Mother of missing Ill. boy not talking to police

The mother of a 5-year-old suburban Chicago boy who went missing last week is refusing to cooperate with detectives, police said Monday.
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Associated Press
AP Top Stories April 22

AP Top Stories April 22

Here are the top stories for Monday, April 22nd: Sri Lanka's military gets sweeping police powers; US pressures countries to quit Iranian oil; Police seek new leads in killing of two Ind. teens, White House hosts annual Easter egg roll.
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Associated Press
Sri Lanka imposes emergency after deadly attacks

Sri Lanka imposes emergency after deadly attacks

Sri Lanka said on Monday it was invoking emergency powers in the aftermath of devastating bomb attacks on hotels and churches, blamed on militants with foreign links, which killed 290 people and wounded nearly 500.
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Reuters
Militia member charged after arrest near border

Militia member charged after arrest near border

A member of an armed civilian group that has detained migrants near the U.S.-Mexico border was charged Monday with being a felon in possession of firearms.
1min
Associated Press
Measles outbreak nearing largest in two decades

Measles outbreak nearing largest in two decades

A measles outbreak gripping the U.S. is on track to become the biggest in nearly two decades, with 71 new measles cases recorded last week alone. Colette Luke has more.
1min
Reuters
Sarri is too frustrated about the game

Sarri is too frustrated about the game

Sarri says he is too frustrated about the game and would have preferred not to attend presser.
1min
Niche Sport