Hundreds of thousands flee Turkey's incursion into northern Syria

Hundreds of thousands flee Turkey's incursion into northern Syria

Turkey military operation in northern Syria has created a fresh wave of refugees.
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Women in France work to raise awareness about domestic violence

Women in France work to raise awareness about domestic violence

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.
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Boeing hopes regulator will approve revised 737 MAX jets in December

Boeing hopes regulator will approve revised 737 MAX jets in December

Boeing hopes to have its 737 MAX jets, grounded since March, back flying soon.
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EU's rights agency warns of 'lost generation' of young refugees

EU's rights agency warns of 'lost generation' of young refugees

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.
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Google's Stadia launches to snags and praise

Google's Stadia launches to snags and praise

Google's streamed gaming platform Stadia launches with high expectations- but it's still early days for the ambitious project.
'There is huge resistance': Europe's problem with violence against women

'There is huge resistance': Europe's problem with violence against women

Ahead of the International Day of Violence against Women on November 25, Euronews takes a look at the statistics on the issue.
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Italy suffers severe weather conditions as anger rises in flood-damaged Venice

Italy suffers severe weather conditions as anger rises in flood-damaged Venice

The queen of the Adriatic is drowning. Climate change has been cited but what about corruption?
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Violence Against Women: New report highlights insufficiencies in French justice system

Violence Against Women: New report highlights insufficiencies in French justice system

As France has a national conversation on violence against women, a new report looks at the country's efforts to better their legal system.
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Maltese police arrest 'middleman' suspect in Daphne Caruana Galizia murder

Maltese police arrest 'middleman' suspect in Daphne Caruana Galizia murder

Caruana Galizia was killed by a car bomb near the Maltese capital Valletta in October 2017.
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US says Israeli settlements in West Bank not illegal in dramatic reversal

US says Israeli settlements in West Bank not illegal in dramatic reversal

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday that Israeli settlements in West Bank are not inconsistent with international law.
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Georgia protests: Crowds gather outside Parliament buildings | #TheCube

Georgia protests: Crowds gather outside Parliament buildings | #TheCube

Police in riot gear clashed with demonstrators in the second day of protests over the failure of promised election reforms.
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'UK should give passports to Hongkongers,' pro-democracy politician tells Euronews

'UK should give passports to Hongkongers,' pro-democracy politician tells Euronews

"It's Britain's moral and political responsibility because these are British citizens, but they are British Nationals Overseas," Emilie Lau told Euronews.
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Iran's Revolutionary Guards threaten crackdown on protests as Internet is shut down

Iran's Revolutionary Guards threaten crackdown on protests as Internet is shut down

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.
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Climate crisis requires wartime-style mobilisation, says Nobel-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz

Climate crisis requires wartime-style mobilisation, says Nobel-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz

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.
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French teenager dies and several 'likely' missing after bridge collapses into river

French teenager dies and several 'likely' missing after bridge collapses into river

A suspension bridge near Toulouse collapsed as a lorry, a car and possibly a van were crossing
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Watch: How is Europe faring on violence against women?

Watch: How is Europe faring on violence against women?

58% per cent of the 87,000 women murdered in 2017 were killed by intimate partners or family members.
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Russia says it will return captured naval ships to Ukraine on Monday

Russia says it will return captured naval ships to Ukraine on Monday

Russia seized the ships off the coast of Crimea in November last year after opening fire on them and wounding several sailors.
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Protesters under siege at Hong Kong university as police fire rubber bullets

Protesters under siege at Hong Kong university as police fire rubber bullets

Police, who have faced an array of weapons including petrol bombs, bow and arrows and catapults, urged protesters to leave.
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Gilets Jaunes one year on: Roadside 'big family' faces a crossroads

Gilets Jaunes one year on: Roadside 'big family' faces a crossroads

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.
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Nikita Vlasov wins top prize at the Russian Outdoor Film Festival

Nikita Vlasov wins top prize at the Russian Outdoor Film Festival

Vlasov was awarded €21,000 and said he will use it to produce his next film.
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Venice mayor says flooded city is 'on its knees'

Venice mayor says flooded city is 'on its knees'

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.
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Iran’s Khamenei defends fuel price rises amid protests

Iran’s Khamenei defends fuel price rises amid protests

Khamenei told state television that the government is raising petrol prices in order to provide additional subsidies to low income families.
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Boris Johnson extends poll lead in UK general election campaign

Boris Johnson extends poll lead in UK general election campaign

Boris Johnson says all candidates standing for the Conservatives have pledged to support his Brexit deal with the European Union.
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Boris versus Binface: The barmiest battles in Britain's 'Brexit election'

Boris versus Binface: The barmiest battles in Britain's 'Brexit election'

If you thought British politics couldn't get any more surreal, a glance at this list of constituency clashes should make you think again.
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Former defence minister wins Sri Lanka presidential election

Former defence minister wins Sri Lanka presidential election

Gotabaya Rajapaska won Sri Lanka's presidential election by promising a tough line on security in the wake of the massive Easter terrorist attack.