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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.
Protesters have been showing off bullet casings and tear gas canisters — debris from clashes with police that left nine dead and more than 100 hurt.
Did you forget about France's fluorescently-clad protesters? Well, on Saturday, they were back to show their frustrations haven't gone away.
Riot police and security forces clashed with demonstrators in Tehran and dozens of cities across Iran on Saturday, Iranian news agencies and social media said.
A city spokesman said it was a “voluntary community activity” by the People's Liberation Army, adding that the city government did not request assistance from the PLA, which has stayed confined to its garrison during six months of protests.
Andrew also said he had "no recollection" of meeting Virginia Giuffre, who claims she was forced to have sex with the British royal in London, New York and on a private Caribbean island between 1999 and 2002 when she says Epstein kept her as a "se...
A Bolivian town was in mourning on Saturday after at least five supporters of deposed president Evo Morales were shot dead by security forces.
Havana celebrated its 500th anniversary with a colourful and impressive fireworks display — and a historic state visit by Spain's King Felipe.
Greenland's main airport is set to end civilian flights within five years due to climate change, as the melting of permafrost is cracking the runway.