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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.
12 Episodes
Raw Politics

Raw Politics

Provocative and unapologetically impartial. Raw Politics is the new must-see daily politics show that takes on the issues that matter. Join the debate.
9 Episodes
World News

World News

The latest news stories from around the world, including business, sports and cultural events.
41 Episodes
EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker cuts holiday short for ‘urgent surgery’

EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker cuts holiday short for ‘urgent surgery’

EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker cuts holiday short for ‘urgent surgery to remove gallbladder’
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All but 15 of the world's 195 countries attend endangered wildlife conference

All but 15 of the world's 195 countries attend endangered wildlife conference

The World Wildlife Conference on Trade in Endangered Species, known as CITES, takes place every three years.
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Brazilian government defends record on Amazon deforestation

Brazilian government defends record on Amazon deforestation

Satellite images from Brazil’s own space agency allegedly show deforestation in the Amazon has almost tripled since Bolsonaro’s government came to power.
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Sudan’s ruling military council signs power-sharing deal with opposition

Sudan’s ruling military council signs power-sharing deal with opposition

The agreement follows the overthrow of long time leader Omar Bashir.
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Hongkongers stage anti-government protests in the rain marking the eleventh week of demonstrations

Hongkongers stage anti-government protests in the rain marking the eleventh week of demonstrations

Thousands attended a rally showing popular support for the pro-democracy movement has been maintained despite violent clashes at Hong Kong International Airport earlier this week.
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Indonesia has plans to move capital from sinking Jakarta to Borneo

Indonesia has plans to move capital from sinking Jakarta to Borneo

The move comes because the current capital Jakarta is sinking - with some 40% of its 10 million population now living below sea level.
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Ukraine hotel fire: Eight people killed in blaze at Tokyo Star in Odessa

Ukraine hotel fire: Eight people killed in blaze at Tokyo Star in Odessa

Eight people were killed in a fire that broke out in a hotel in Ukraine, the state emergency services authority said.
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Popular baby dugong dies in Thailand after 'ingesting plastic waste'

Popular baby dugong dies in Thailand after 'ingesting plastic waste'

Popular baby dugong dies in Thailand after "ingesting plastic waste"
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Peter Fonda: Easy Rider actor and writer dies aged 79

Peter Fonda: Easy Rider actor and writer dies aged 79

Actor Peter Fonda, who played a leading role in 1969 film Easy Rider, dies aged 79, his family said in a statement.
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US makes last-ditch bid to seize Iranian oil tanker Grace 1

US makes last-ditch bid to seize Iranian oil tanker Grace 1

The United States has made a last-ditch attempt to stop an Iranian oil tanker from leaving Gibraltar.
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Open Arms captain says migrants are 'broken', ship is like a ticking bomb

Open Arms captain says migrants are 'broken', ship is like a ticking bomb

The captain of the Open Arms rescue ship says migrants onboard are "psychologically broken" and the vessel is like a bomb that is "going to explode."
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Wildlife trade: UN watchdog meets to protect more species

Wildlife trade: UN watchdog meets to protect more species

On the agenda will be shark fin and ivory trade. Giraffes will also feature for the first time.
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Watch: Montenegro's last lighthouse keeper says he still serves a function

Watch: Montenegro's last lighthouse keeper says he still serves a function

"As long it’s needed, it should exist,” explains Stanko Stojanovic
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Kashmir crisis: what's going on and why does it matter?

Kashmir crisis: what's going on and why does it matter?

Euronews looks at the latest situation in the disputed region of Kashmir and explains what's going on and why it matters
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Watch: Woman set for epic journey flying migration route of endangered osprey

Watch: Woman set for epic journey flying migration route of endangered osprey

The woman dubbed a "human swan" after embarking on a mammoth paramotor flight to follow the bird's migration route is taking off again.
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Uğur Gallenkuş: Artist juxtaposes two different worlds in one photo collage

Uğur Gallenkuş: Artist juxtaposes two different worlds in one photo collage

Turkish collage artist Uğur Gallenkuş has created an innovative photography project — juxtaposing two different worlds within a single image.
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'Tomato Edchup': Ed Sheeran body art Ketchup bottles auctioned by singer for £1500

'Tomato Edchup': Ed Sheeran body art Ketchup bottles auctioned by singer for £1500

Bottles of ketchup have been auctioned in London - one of which has a price of €1645. The bottles are based on the tattoos of British singer Ed Sheeran.
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Policeman killed while investigating burglary in England; PM 'deeply shocked'

Policeman killed while investigating burglary in England; PM 'deeply shocked'

Andrew Harper died after attending the scene in Berkshire, west of London, at around 11.30 pm local time (00.30 CEST) on Thursday, say Thames Valley Police.
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Watch: Fans celebrate 50 years since Woodstock music festival

Watch: Fans celebrate 50 years since Woodstock music festival

The 1969 extravaganza, which happened on a dairy farm in Bethel, New York, became one of the most significant counter-culture events in history.
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Watch: Full moon casts a glow by Greece's Koroni castle

Watch: Full moon casts a glow by Greece's Koroni castle

The moon was celebrated with cultural events around the country, with local media reporting that museums and archaeological sites would stay open late.
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Woodstock fifty years on: legacy celebrated despite lack of official anniversary event

Woodstock fifty years on: legacy celebrated despite lack of official anniversary event

Fifty years ago, the landmark Woodstock Festival was taking place in upstate New York. No official anniversary eventis taking place, but its legacy is commemorated in various ways including a new documentary.
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Israel bars entry to US Congresswomen targeted by racist Trump tweets

Israel bars entry to US Congresswomen targeted by racist Trump tweets

The uprecedented move to prohibit Democrat Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar visiting Israel followed public pressure from Donald Trump.
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Peterloo Massacre in Manchester remembered 200 years on

Peterloo Massacre in Manchester remembered 200 years on

The bicentenary of one of Britain’s bloodiest political rallies will be marked in Manchester with events in memory of the Peterloo Massacre.
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The online message forums linked to far-right mass shootings

The online message forums linked to far-right mass shootings

Police in Norway have extended national security measures as the investigation continues into Saturday’s attempted shooting at a mosque near Oslo. Reports suggest the gunman was influenced by other attacks in 2019 and posted in online message foru...
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The Brief: Opposition parties launch rival plans to avoid no-deal Brexit

The Brief: Opposition parties launch rival plans to avoid no-deal Brexit

With the clock ticking down to a no-deal Brexit, opposition parties have been launching rival plans to avoid a cliff-edge departure.
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The Brief: High levels of microplastics found in Arctic snow

The Brief: High levels of microplastics found in Arctic snow

The Brief: High levels of microplastics found in Arctic snow. Scientists say these tiny particles could be airborne across vast distances - raising concerns over the potential risk to both human and animal health.
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Gran Canaria's UNESCO archaeological zone ravaged by wildfires

Gran Canaria's UNESCO archaeological zone ravaged by wildfires

The heart of Gran Canaria was severely ravaged after five continuous days of wildfires.
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Watch: Bicycles, art and the cycle of life, artist transforms abandoned bikes

Watch: Bicycles, art and the cycle of life, artist transforms abandoned bikes

"With some bikes, including the luggage carrier and everything you can find 2,000 pieces and none of them work without the other. There is a union, a solidarity, they are together, they are soldered together," he feels.
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Twitter reunites ex-refugee with kind stranger who gifted her a bike

Twitter reunites ex-refugee with kind stranger who gifted her a bike

As a five-year-old, Mevan Babakar found herself living in a refugee camp in the Netherlands, and vividly recalls being gifted a bike by a camp worker. Years later, she took to Twitter to find him.
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Gibraltar court releases seized Iranian tanker Grace 1

Gibraltar court releases seized Iranian tanker Grace 1

Gibraltar says it has written assurance from Iran that the oil from the Grace 1 will not go to EU sanctioned destinations.
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Watch: Promising signs for the Thames's seal population

Watch: Promising signs for the Thames's seal population

In a river that was declared a biologically dead open sewer in the 1950s, an increase in marine life in the estuary is a sign that the river's health is improving.
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Astronaut rocked Ibiza with first ever DJ set from Space!

Astronaut rocked Ibiza with first ever DJ set from Space!

Astronaut, engineer and now DJ, Luca Parmitano has got it all. Euronews's space correspondent Luca Parmitano performed a DJ set that's literally out of this world on Tuesday night.
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Watch: Euronews' correspondent becomes first space DJ

Watch: Euronews' correspondent becomes first space DJ

The concert was broadcasted live from space to sea, shown on one of the island's famous party boats.
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UK's Labour vows to bring down PM Johnson and delay Brexit

UK's Labour vows to bring down PM Johnson and delay Brexit

In a letter, Corbyn said a "temporary government" led by him would delay Britain's departure from the EU and trigger a general election.
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Norwegian Air suspends flights between Ireland and North America

Norwegian Air suspends flights between Ireland and North America

Passengers flying from September 15, 2019 will be forced to find new flights, as the airline cancels six routes operated from Dublin, Cork and Shannon to the United States and Canada.
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Open Arms rescue ship 'needs emergency medical evacuation' says Head of Mission

Open Arms rescue ship 'needs emergency medical evacuation' says Head of Mission

The head of the Open Arms charity organisation has said its namesake rescue ship in the Mediterranean Sea needs an emergency medical evacuation. The vessel, containing 147 migrants, has arrived in Italian territorial waters off the island of Lamp...
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Russian plane makes emergency landing after birdstrike near Moscow, no casualties reported

Russian plane makes emergency landing after birdstrike near Moscow, no casualties reported

Russian plane makes emergency landing after birdstrike near Moscow, no casualties reported
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'Shock' as scientists find plastic microbeads in remote Arctic ice

'Shock' as scientists find plastic microbeads in remote Arctic ice

Micro-plastic pieces have been found in remote Arctic ice — the latest indication of how far pollution has spread across the planet.
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Italian court allows entry of 'Open Arms' after 13 days at sea

Italian court allows entry of 'Open Arms' after 13 days at sea

An Italian administrative court has lifted the ban on entry into Italian territorial waters imposed on the Open Arms.
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The Brief: Greta Thunberg sets sail across the Atlantic

The Brief: Greta Thunberg sets sail across the Atlantic

The Brief: Greta Thunberg sets sail across the Atlantic. Highlighting the urgency of cutting carbon emissions, the young Swede last month announced she would no longer fly to environmental conferences.
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Northern Ireland conflict 50 years on: will a no-deal Brexit threaten the peace?

Northern Ireland conflict 50 years on: will a no-deal Brexit threaten the peace?

It's 50 years since a three-decade-long sectarian conflict was sparked in Northern Ireland, which killed around 3,600 people.
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Watch: Girls defying stereotypes in boy-sparse village in Poland

Watch: Girls defying stereotypes in boy-sparse village in Poland

The trainee volunteer fire brigade in the village is comprised of only girls, with the youngest firefighter, Maja Golasz aged just two and a half.
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Watch: Spanish village turned into a pensioners' paradise

Watch: Spanish village turned into a pensioners' paradise

A village in Spain where two-thirds of its residents are aged over 65 has had a makeover to make it more elderly-friendly.
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Emiliano Sala: Footballer 'exposed to carbon monoxide' before fatal plane crash

Emiliano Sala: Footballer 'exposed to carbon monoxide' before fatal plane crash

Emiliano Sala was exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide before the plane on which he was a passenger crashed into the sea, investigators said.
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Hundreds gather to honour 43 people killed in Genoa bridge collapse one year ago

Hundreds gather to honour 43 people killed in Genoa bridge collapse one year ago

Today marks the one year anniversary of the collapse of the Ponte Morandi in which 43 people were killed who were crossing the bridge at the time
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Watch: 'World's biggest sculpture' installed in Belgium

Watch: 'World's biggest sculpture' installed in Belgium

The sculpture is made from 200 tonnes of steel and was set in 2,800 tonnes of concrete.
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What is France's innovative digital solution to combat GP shortage?

What is France's innovative digital solution to combat GP shortage?

An innovative digital solution will give residents in rural areas of France access to doctors in an attempt to combat ‘medical deserts’.
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Washington links rocket accident to secretive Russian missile programme

Washington links rocket accident to secretive Russian missile programme

An explosion at a Russian military base killed five nuclear scientists
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