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A Ukraine-based business expert says he's not convinced that even Vlodymyr Zelenskiy knows what his policies as Ukrainian president will be. Zelensky, a political novice, swept to an overwhelming victory over incumbent president Petro Poroshenko.
The final story on the Italian leg of our Road Trip comes from Taranto - where Europe’s biggest steel plant covers the city in a fine toxic dust.
The Swedish teenage environment activist made a powerful speech as she urged climate-change protesters not to give up on their plight.
Stevo Pendarovski, North Macedonia’s pro-Western candidate narrowly won the first round of a presidential vote, a year after the country saw a controversial name change.
Parisians held Easter mass at the smaller Saint-Eustache catholic church after Notre-Dame was devastated in a fire on Monday.
Russia says wildfires in the Siberia region are under control but at least 25 people have been hurt and over 80 homes destroyed
At least two of the hotels and one of the churches are in the nation's capital Colombo. The other church is in Negombo, north of Colombo.
Twenty years ago, 13 people were killed when two teenage boys dressed in black trench coats killed a teacher and 12 students and wounded dozens of others.
Security sources found over 100 million euros at the former president Omar al-Bashir's house.
Fighters loyal to the Government of National Unity are trying to defend their city from a two week long attack by the eastern based Libyan National Army.
Rafa Nadal has suffered a shock semi-final defeat against Italian Fabio Fognini at the Monte Carlo Masters.
Kosovo has brought back 110 citizens from Syria, including jihadists who fought in the civil war and 74 children.
Londoners returned to march on the capital after more than 700 protesters were arrested earlier in the week.
If he wins President Al Sisi could stay in power until 2030 and the role of the already powerful military would be boosted too.
The Pope led the prayers at the traditional Via Crucis Good Friday service at Rome's Colosseum
Ukraine's presidential election candidates have taken part in a stadium debate with polls showing TV comedian Volodmyr Zelensky ahead of Petro Poroshenko
A judge orders prison time for former Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski who is accused to taking bribes from Brazilian construction company Odebrecht
Two suspects are arrested after police in Northern Ireland release footage of the incident in which journalist Lyra McKee was shot dead in Londonderry
Lyra Mckee, 29, was a celebrated young journalist who had signed a two-book deal with publisher Faber and Faber.
US Democrats have issued a subpoena to try to force the Department of Justice to hand over the full unredacted version of the Mueller report
Democracy is worth celebrating, at least that's the message of the Democracy Alive festival.
The third annual Culture Summit was held from 7 to 11 April in Abu Dhabi, gathering industry experts from 90 different counties. The main theme of this year’s event was the discussion of how technology could be a commanding force for the arts.
Guggenheim Abu Dhabi is a project earmarked for the capital’s Saadiyat Island. The museum is being developed near the completed Louvre Abu Dhabi, as part of the emirate’s increased tourism marketing spend by $136 million over three years.
Climate protesters are blocking Ministry of Ecology and headquarters of multinationals at La Défense
This could be the biggest disobedience action organised in France. Hundreds of climate activists are blocking the access to the French Ministry of Ecology and the headquarters of Société Générale, Total and EDF at La Défense in Paris.
In our special report ‘Saving Notre-Dame’, we followed as events unfolded in Paris. Euronews charts the blaze as 800 years of history fall to ashes with eyewitness accounts, field reporting and expert insights.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said demanding reparations is "a historic and moral duty and a duty in memory of the heroes of the past."
As Portugal’s bullfighting tradition is stirring a tense debate in the country. The annual Cartoon Xira presented an exhibition of the Argentinian cartoonist Marlene Pohle's unpublished drawings.
In the run-up to the European elections, Good Morning Europe host Belle Donati is travelling across the continent to meet Members of the European Parliament in their own constituencies. She's grabbing breakfast with them to talk about how they tak...
North Macedonia will soon vote in the country's first general election since changing its name from the republic of Macedonia last year over a dispute with neighbouring Greece.
We’re talking to people across Europe about the issues that affect them ahead of May’s European Parliament Elections on our EU road trip which has arrived in Naples. Euronews correspondents Jack Parrock and Elena Cavallone have been speaking to so...
With threats of Extinction Rebellion protestors closing Heathrow airport, and with strikes in Spain and earlier a fuel strike in Portugal, will it all be plain sailing - watch the interview with Simon Calder, Senior Editor at The Independent.
A murder inquiry has been launched after a 29-year-old woman died following hours of rioting in the city.
Comedian and TV star Volodymyr Zelenskiy looks set to win by a landslide - but what does he stand for, and how could Ukraine change if he wins the presidency?
A woman in Lithuania gave birth to a baby girl with more alcohol in her system than it would take to seriously threaten the health of an adult
That is the conclusion of US Attorney General William Barr, who appeared before the media today to announce the finding of the Robert Mueller-led probe.
"We want people to stop satanizing and discriminating against the LGBT community. We are not sick, we are not an aberration, we are citizens who are here to build a better country."
"Populism works only because there's underlying unease," said the former MEP.
"By providing visitors with experiences where they see poops as fun, cute and something they want to talk to other people, we thought we can offer entertainment that no one has experienced before."
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French cartoonist Alexis Delahaye has suggested the money should be put towards conserving the planet.
On Tuesday, the European Parliament voted to provide increased protections for whistleblowers in the EU. Euronews spoke with former whistleblower Antoine Deltour to ask him what he thought of these new protections.