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Tonight's the night... Welcome to the Euronews live blog of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 Final. Our digital journalists Emma, Alice and Lindsey will be here with live updates for you all evening.
Bonn's museum for postwar German history shows visitors how the country has developed since 1945: from division to reunification to today's challenges.
Globetrotter Steve Hanisch visits Iceland's capital, with a detour to the geysers, hot springs and Gullfoss Waterfall of the Golden Circle.
It has been 40 years since the release of an album considered one of the best of all time. Joy Division's Peter Hook spoke to Euronews about 'Unknown Pleasures', and how the subsequent death of Ian Curtis changed everything.
The legendary Olympic diver and LGBTQ activist, Greg Louganis, discusses his support for Mayor Pete Buttigieg as the Democratic nominee for the 2020 presidential race.
It is one of the most dramatic thrillers in the history of opera, and now Giacomo Puccini's Tosca has returned to Paris.
The Sphinx Room features lavish frescoes of panthers, centaurs and, of course, a sphinx. Experts chanced upon it while doing restoration work on the vault of a neighbouring part of the building.
Thirty years ago France and Germany formed a joint military brigade. A model for European defense policy, the Franco-German Brigade shows that it's possible for former enemies to become allies.
More and more young Italians are traveling hundreds of kilometers from the south of Italy to the north in search of work. They see little future for themselves in their homeland and place much of the blame on the EU.
In Brussels' Molenbeek district, which has a large Muslim population, residents are campaigning for European ideals. Better integration and job prospects are to make young immigrants less susceptible to radical Islamist rhetoric.
Tons of lost or abandoned plastic fishing nets are polluting the Baltic and endangering its marine life. Recovering and disposing of these ghost nets is proving problematic for both environmental activists and the authorities.
Peter Marki-Zay, independent mayor of the Hungarian town of Hodmezovasarhely, aims to combat anti-EU sentiment in his country. But officials loyal to Hungary's governing party, Fidesz, are making his job difficult.
Ty Pennington, former host of "Extreme Makeover, Home Edition" is raising awareness of ADHD in a new book that explores his childhood, his diagnosis, and his career as a carpenter and television personality.
There is plenty to see at the 58th Venice Biennale. From dismembered objects, a film from Chernobyl's "twin sister", and the wreck of a boat on which more than 600 migrants were killed.
With the Eurovision Song Contest final coming up on Saturday, who better to ask than our journalists from across Europe whether they fancy their country's chances?
Photographs by an artist renowned for disappearing into his artworks have gone on display. Chinese performance artist Liu Bolin, known as the Invisible Man, began this series in 2005.
The Nirvana frontman's cardigan, worn for an In Utero photo shoot, is expected to fetch $120,000.
A 2018 survey found that nearly half of gross revenues from tuition and fees earned by 405 private, nonprofit colleges and universities are spent on scholarships, grants, and fellowships. The mean award has also increased from 49 to 57 percent, a...
The prestigious Palme d'Or is once again up for grabs – awarded to the best film of the festival. The trophy, made by Swiss luxury jeweller Chopard in 24-carat gold, pays tribute to the coat of arms of the city of Cannes.
Two cousins, Matt Everard and Russell Shearmen broke the Guinness World Record for the highest speed reached on a Tuk Tuk on Monday with a speed of 119.584 km/hr.
Drawings dripping with satire went on display at the World Press Cartoon in Portugal, as artists took on themes including politics, global warming, immigration, and Brexit.
Shaggy, the reggae star, is releasing his first solo album in nearly six years called "Wah Gwaan?!" featuring YouTube star , Alexander Stewart, dancehall artist Shenseea and Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Stacy Barthe.
The 58th Biennale, entitled May You Live In Interesting Times, opens tomorrow and runs until 24 November.
In Ukraine, more and more women are becoming surrogate mothers for foreign couples -- often out of sheer need. Here a surrogate can earn up to 15,000 euros per pregnancy.
European investigators are tracking down Syrian agents believed to have tortured opponents of Bashar al-Assad's regime. The agents are to be charged with crimes against humanity.
The songstress managed to outshine all other attendees at the most extravagant fashion event of the year.
Thibault Bardet studied maps of the fantasy land and tried to imagine what sort of wine its climate might produce.
Religious tensions in Pakistan have sparked attacks on churches, Hindu temples and sufi shrines in recent years.
Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry announced the birth of their baby boy, a dual-citizen of the U.S. and UK, weighing 7 pounds and 3 ounces, seventh in line to the British throne.
The billionaire owner of the horse, Maximum Security, who was disqualified after finishing first at the Kentucky Derby, says he plans to appeal the decision that stripped a winner of the race for the first time in the Derby's 145-year history.
You may not expect to see a whale in the middle of Manila but this surprising sight is how one Filipino artist chose to raise awareness of the effects of plastic pollution on marine life.
Cinco de Mayo has evolved over the decades and today stands as a symbol of Mexican unity and patriotism.
Check-in viewer Jack Clark shows us his most stunning impressions from the Zion- and Bryce Canyon National Parks in Utah.
Globetrotter Steve Hanisch explores Colombia's second largest city. In the 19th century it was a trading center for gold and coffee. Later a drug war raged here, from which the city is now recovering.
Chewbacca's unique cry transcends language, but we here at Euronews HQ wanted to try and emulate the sound with our multiple language teams to pay tribute Peter Mayhew, who died this week.
The village was under seige and the water supply poisoned so Christian knights came to the rescue with flagons of wine tied to horses.
A historical old town with colorfully decorated buildings, inviting restaurants and cafes, a spa with a sea view. Konstanz is the largest city on Lake Constance and also a charming and beautiful travel destination.
It is a career jump for Elsa Dreisig. For the first time, the Danish-French soprano and 2016 Operalia-winner is performing in Jules Massenet’s 'Manon' at the Zurich Opera House - together with star tenor Piotr Beczala.
Russia has launched a travelling exhibition of tanks and weapons captured in Syria. The propaganda tour from Moscow to Vladivostok aims to win approval for Russia's intervention in Syria. But relatives of Russian soldiers killed remain unconvinced.
On the Irish border, there are growing fears that Brexit could lead to a rise in crime. A hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland, and the introduction of border controls, could also lead separatists to return to violence.
Liechtenstein is ruled by an unelected prince who wields more political power than almost any other European monarch. Nestled between Switzerland and Austria, the tiny principality is celebrating its 300th anniversary this year.
It's the place to be in the French capital this spring — Art Paris Art Fair 2019 has opened its doors (the doors of the majestic Grand Palais, to be precise) with 150 exhibitors from 20 countries showing at the exhibition.
Watch this Czech artist creating masterpieces out of upcycled plastic bottles.
As Jeopardy! contestant James Holzhauer continues his record-setting run, Liz Harris, founder of Happy Bandit Casting, discusses how to land a spot on a game show.
John Singleton, who died Monday just two weeks after suffering a sudden stroke at 51, is being honored by mourners for his impact as a trailblazing filmmaker.
It is proving to be a big year for film and television fans, so thousands of them celebrated by gathering at the Middle East Film and Comic Con in Dubai.
Alongside Louis Wellecan, the director of the new documentary "Lil Buck: Real Swan," Charles 'Lil Buck' Riley said he wants the new film ー premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival ー to bring attention to the dance form, Memphis Jookin, as well as t...