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Reporting doesn't always work in preventing the worse from happening: at least one-third of the women killed in 2018 had previously filed a complaint with the police, according to a report by Le Monde newspaper.
Europe is at risk of creating a "lost generation" of young refugees, who aren't properly integrated into their host countries, the EU's Agency for Fundamental Rights warns.
As France has a national conversation on violence against women, a new report looks at the country's efforts to better their legal system.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday that Israeli settlements in West Bank are not inconsistent with international law.
"It's Britain's moral and political responsibility because these are British citizens, but they are British Nationals Overseas," Emilie Lau told Euronews.
At least one person has already died in civil unrest sparked on Friday although activists in the country say the figure is probably much higher.
In his new book “A Bit of Everything: Power, People, Profits and Progressive Capitalism for an Age of Discontent”, Professor Stiglitz argues that capitalism needs to be transformed if it is to meet the challenge of creating a more equal society.
Protesters near Lyon tell Euronews not just of their anger but also the friendly atmosphere in which Gilets Jaunes have grown to know each other.
St. Mark's Square in Venice was awash with water and closed on Sunday as city authorities prepared for another exceptional high tide just days after devastating flooding.
If you thought British politics couldn't get any more surreal, a glance at this list of constituency clashes should make you think again.
Gotabaya Rajapaska won Sri Lanka's presidential election by promising a tough line on security in the wake of the massive Easter terrorist attack.