UK's Prince Philip 'voluntarily surrenders' driving licence after crash
“After careful consideration The Duke of Edinburgh has taken the decision to voluntarily surrender his driving licence," Buckingham Palace announced.
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Investigative journalist Anabel Hernández told Euronews that tonnes of drugs and money are transported by commercial airlines and private planes, which land at airports in cities in both Mexico and the United States.
Péter Szijjártó told Euronews it was “not fair to confuse migration with the free flow of labour within the European Union.”
Venezuela's Juan Guaidó speaks to Euronews' Anelise Borges about humanitarian aid, the military, diplomacy, Nicolas Maduro and the future of his country in the Global Conversation.
The Government of Gibraltar says it is investigating the "foolish games" from the Spanish warship on Sunday
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The European Commission's vice president, Frans Timmermans, praised Romania's former chief corruption prosecutor in an interview with Euronews, urging the fight against corruption to continue.
A British teenager who fled the UK to marry a member of the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria should be allowed to return, said the father of another schoolgirl who accompanied her four years ago.
Nearly 13,000 people have been killed in five years of fighting in the border region between Russia and Ukraine.
Interim president says his greatest fear would be that Venezuela's present becomes accepted as a new normal.
Remarkable footage has emerged of a police patrol coming under attack during Yellow Vest protests in the French city of Lyon.
Hundreds of passengers have been left stranded across Europe following the collapse of the British regional airline Flybmi.
They shouted: "Go back to Tel Aviv!", "We are France!", and "Zionist!".
A small German town was turned blue when it tried to break the world record for the largest meeting of Smurfs.
Local hero is cremated in hometown
Around 2,000 of them strode through the Bulgarian capital for the annual Lukov March.
This is the moment an emotional 11-year-old girl broke down in tears during a climate change rally.
The awards ceremony marked the end of Dieter Kosslick’s career as Berlinale director after 18 years.
Juan Guaido give ultimatum to army to release supplies
The Franco-German-Israeli co-production, "Synonymes" (Synonyms) has won the Golden Bear for Best Film at the Berlinale Awards. The film was made by Nadav Lapid.