Humanitarian groups need to adapt to climate change, says international Red Cross president

Humanitarian groups need to adapt to climate change, says international Red Cross president

The president of the International Committee of the Red Cross spoke to Euronews at Davos on adapting to climate change.
1min
Euronews

More Shows by Euronews

COVID-19: First French citizen dies as virus spreads in Europe

COVID-19: First French citizen dies as virus spreads in Europe

The French health ministry announced on Wednesday the 60-year-old had been tested for COVID-19 while in a serious condition in a hospital in Paris, before dying overnight.
3mins
Hanau attacks: Alternative for Germany party slammed for 'legitimising deadly racism'

Hanau attacks: Alternative for Germany party slammed for 'legitimising deadly racism'

Activists are warning there is a “whole web of potential violent terrorists” linked to the democratically elected AfD party in Germany
2mins
Wall Street plunges further on fears COVID-19 coronavirus will stunt global economy

Wall Street plunges further on fears COVID-19 coronavirus will stunt global economy

Stocks slumped again on Tuesday, piling on losses a day after the market's biggest drop in two years amid fears COVID-19 will slow global growth.
3mins
COVID-19: Spanish hotel on lockdown as virus confirmed

COVID-19: Spanish hotel on lockdown as virus confirmed

An Italian doctor has become Spain's second victim.
1min
Brussels and London flex muscles as EU prepares to finalise post-Brexit trade stance

Brussels and London flex muscles as EU prepares to finalise post-Brexit trade stance

Brussels has warned the UK that the greater its independence from EU rules, the less access it will have to European markets.
3mins
Pioneering black NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson dies at 101

Pioneering black NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson dies at 101

Katherine Johnson was eventually portrayed in the 2016 hit film “Hidden Figures,” about pioneering black female aerospace workers.
3mins
Harvey Weinstein guilty of rape, sexual assault in landmark #MeToo moment

Harvey Weinstein guilty of rape, sexual assault in landmark #MeToo moment

Weinstein, 67, was immediately handcuffed and led off to jail, sealing his fall from powerful Hollywood boss to archvillain of the #MeToo movement.
3mins
Angela Merkel’s CDU to elect new leader in April to try to revive fortunes

Angela Merkel’s CDU to elect new leader in April to try to revive fortunes

The centre-right Christian Democrats are in disarray following recent electoral setbacks and Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer’s decision to stand aside.
3mins
Sebastião Salgado: world-famous photographer's Genesis exhibition comes to Lyon

Sebastião Salgado: world-famous photographer's Genesis exhibition comes to Lyon

Genesis is a photographic tribute to the planet comprising more than 200 black and white photographs. It's the result of eight years work and some thirty trips around the world
4mins
Several injured after car drives into crowd at carnival in Germany

Several injured after car drives into crowd at carnival in Germany

Police have urged people not to share unconfirmed reports.
1min
Thousands rally in Hanau against 'barbaric ideology' of white supremacy

Thousands rally in Hanau against 'barbaric ideology' of white supremacy

Police said over 6000 people joined the march which included families of the victims killed in a mass shooting on Wednesday.
1min
COVID-19 outbreak: Italy locks down several towns as number of cases soar

COVID-19 outbreak: Italy locks down several towns as number of cases soar

Italian authorities acted after a cluster of #coronavirus cases in the north of the country.
1min
Rebel leader in South Sudan sworn in as vice president of government meant to end war

Rebel leader in South Sudan sworn in as vice president of government meant to end war

Rebel leader Riek Machar became vice president in South Sudan as the country reeling from civil war tries to form a coalition for the third time.
Protesters march for Assange's release

Protesters march for Assange's release

Hundreds of protesters in London march for Assange to be released and for his extradition to be stopped
1min
Louvre opens all-night for free for last weekend of Da Vinci exhibition

Louvre opens all-night for free for last weekend of Da Vinci exhibition

The Louvre Museum in Paris has announced it will be open day and night, on Saturday and Sunday, to mark the end of its Leonardo Da Vinci exhibition.
1min
Macron tells farmers he opposes cuts to agricultural subisidies

Macron tells farmers he opposes cuts to agricultural subisidies

France is the main beneficiary of EU agricultural subisidies. After Brexit there's a large hole in the EU's budget but Macron says he'll oppose any subsidy cuts.
1min
Afghans welcome week-long truce between US forces and Taliban

Afghans welcome week-long truce between US forces and Taliban

If all goes to plan a peace accord is due to be signed at the end of the week in Qatar where the Taliban have a political office.
1min
Tough border control awaits migrants attempting to reach EU from Bosnia

Tough border control awaits migrants attempting to reach EU from Bosnia

Migrants attempting to reach the European Union through Bosnia and Herzegovina have a dangerous journey ahead of them.
2mins
France's oldest nuclear plant Fessenheim turns off one reactor

France's oldest nuclear plant Fessenheim turns off one reactor

France has begun reducing its reliance on nuclear energy by closing a reactor at its oldest plant Fessenheim
4mins
France and Germany urge Syria summit amid fears of 'bloodbath' in Idlib

France and Germany urge Syria summit amid fears of 'bloodbath' in Idlib

The diplomatic push comes as nearly 900,000 people have fled the Syrian offensive in the country's last rebel stronghold.
3mins
Unholy row exposes deep divisions in Montenegro

Unholy row exposes deep divisions in Montenegro

A dispute over church property is exposing deep divisions in the small Western Balkans country of Montenegro. While the conflict is rooted in history, it is also about Serbian identity.
Montenegro rocked by dispute over church property

Montenegro rocked by dispute over church property

Opponents of a new law that makes it obligatory to register church properties fear that the State could confiscate Serbian Orthodox churches or cemeteries.
3mins
'Nazis out' chant Frankfurt fans after hecklers interrupt minute's silence for Hanau victims

'Nazis out' chant Frankfurt fans after hecklers interrupt minute's silence for Hanau victims

Frankfurt fans didn't let it go when hecklers interrupted a minute of silence for Hanau victims
14secs
Hardliners set for big gains in Iran's legislative elections

Hardliners set for big gains in Iran's legislative elections

Turnout will be seen as a key measure of support for Iran's leadership at the time of a sanctions-linked economic downturn and diplomatic isolation.
1min