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Alex Morgan at #TheCube asks extreme weather expert Dr Dann Mitchell how this heatwave might compare to past summers, and if we're having more hot spells.
Four other potential hosts earlier dropped out of the race with concerns over the size and cost of the event.
Two Eurofighter jets collide over Germany, one pilot found alive in tree
A rubbish dump may seem an odd place to seek inspiration, but not for band Fulu Muziki.
The prosthetic arm is the result of a project between Wawro's classmates and the E-Nable foundation, a community of volunteers who use their 3D printers to create free arms and hands for those in need.
Powered by magnets, the €2,460 platter floats as it plays music. The designer says the lack of motor makes for a crisper, clearer sound.
The defeat of Turkey’s ruling AK Party in the rerun of Istanbul’s mayoral race could pave the way to early general elections and ultimately bring an end to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s rule, a senior member of the opposition Republican People'...
As Europe braces for another heatwave with highs expected to reach between 35C and 40C, some might take solace from the fact that these temperatures remain well below the region's record of 48C.
Colombian President Ivan Duque has been telling creative industry experts, gathered on the French Riveria, how he's focusing on the Orange economy to drive growth and employment.
The French capital has announced special measures including extended opening hours for swimming pools and parks to mitigate the potentially deadly effects of the heatwave descending on Europe.
An expert on Turkish politics has told Euronews that the AK Party's defeat in Istanbul's mayoral election could be the beginning of the end of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
The Million Moments for Democracy group is calling for Andrej Babis to quit over allegations that he fraudulently uses his power as Prime Minister to boost his own business interests.
In France, the National Assembly will discuss its carbon neutral objectives this week. The new proposals will set a 2050 target for the country to be carbon neutral. It will also pledge to halve its reliance on nuclear energy by 2035 and close all...
US President Donald Trump said on Sunday he was not seeking war with Tehran after a senior Iranian military commander warned any conflict in the Gulf region could spread uncontrollably.
Italy's interior minister says the Netherlands is responsible for what happens to a group of migrants stranded on a rescue ship ship sailing under the Dutch flag
Hundreds of thousands rallied in Prague on Sunday to demand the resignation of Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis in the biggest public confrontation with the government since the 1989 Velvet Revolution.
Thousands took to the streets of Kiev on Sunday for the largest and most peaceful gay pride parade ever held in Ukraine, despite the presence of hostile protesters.
Ethiopia's army chief of staff has been shot - PM's aide
During Lyon's edition of the Refugee Food Festival, Euronews met four refugees working as chefs in France to learn their life stories.
US President Donald Trump said on Saturday he would postpone mass deportation raids for two weeks as he seeks compromise with Democratic leaders on immigration issues. The president was under pressure from Democrats to call off the roundup, expect...
Germany and Norway advance into last 8 of Women's World Cup after victories over Nigeria and Australia.
Georgia and Russia have blamed each other for the outbreak of protests and unrest in Tbilisi which was sparked by the visit of a Russian MP to Georgia's parliament.
Italian authorities have detained the crew of a fishing boat after they were spotted allegedly helping migrants cross the Mediterranean.