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Germany's defence minister was confirmed as Jean-Claude Juncker's successor by 9 votes over the minimum after a much-criticised nomination process.
Traditional tools came to the fore in Russia at the weekend with the holding of an annual scything competition.
Nico Semsrott of satirical party Die PARTEI staged a protest over European Commission presidential hopeful Ursula von der Leyen ahead of a vote on her nomination.
Euronews meets the headliners of NOS Alive festival and finds there really is an act for everyone.
Representatives of Russia and Georgia have met for the first time since mass anti-Russian protests in the Georgian capital Tbilisi last month. Around 240 people were hurt as protesters tried to storm the parliament after a Russian MP took the Spe...
Greek police question suspect over death of American scientist
Von der Leyen spoke about what she called Europe's duty to save lives in the Mediterranean, citing the 17,000 people drowned there in the last 5 years. She promised a new migration pact to tackle the problem, as well as a carbon-neutral Europe by ...
In a final that left fans on the edge of their seats, England drew with New Zealand but secured their victory by virtue of scoring more boundaries.
Police advised organisers to act after heavy winds threatened to push the blaze closer to the festival site on the island of Pag.
Emmanuel Macron says he's waiting for "clarifications" after Franco-Iranian researcher Fariba Adelkhah was detained in June in Iran.
Both candidates to become prime minister significantly hardened their position on Brexit saying the Northern Ireland backstop is “dead.”
But Israeli's Netanyahu likened the EU position on Iran's nuclear activities to the appeasement of Nazi Germany ahead of World War Two.
In an exclusive interview with Euronews, Greece's new Minister for Growth and Investments, Adonis, Georgiadis, detailed some of the measures the government will take to turn the country into "the most business-friendly country of the European Union"
The musical performances were ocean-themed, filling the seas with 'Yellow Submarine', 'Fins' and the theme from Disney's 'The Little Mermaid'.
The traditional fireworks display is organised to celebrate Bastille Day.
The spectacle emerged from an ironic demand by locals for a port in the Vallecas neighbourhood, which lies some 350 km from the sea.
An environmental group brought boats to disrupt traffic in five British cities.
The Congolese health ministry has confirmed the first case of Ebola in the eastern city of Goma. More than 1600 people have died so far because of the disease.
"As the father of computer science and artificial intelligence, as well as war hero, Alan Turing’s contributions were far-ranging and path-breaking. Turing is a giant on whose shoulders so many now stand,” the Bank of England's governor said on Mo...
Djokovic wins fifth Wimbledon title against Federer
More than 250 journalists have been arrested since that long summer’s night in 2016. Mahir Zeynalov is one of the lucky ones.
As of Monday morning — four days after the outage started — 24 of the 26 satellites in Galileo's constellation remained "not usable."
Algeria is through to the Africa Cup of Nations final, and fans in France are thrilled, but celebrations after the semi-final were marred by clashes with police and hundreds of arrests.
Thirteen human rights organisations have joined together to call for investigation into a the murder of a prominent Chechen human rights activist.
EU foreign ministers will meet on Monday to discuss the Iran nuclear deal amid fears it could collapse.
Trump under fire for telling Democratic congresswomen ‘to go back’ to 'fix' countries they came from
US President Donald Trump has come under fire for telling Democratic congresswomen "to go back" to "fix" countries they came from.
The European nations said they were preoccupied by the escalation of tensions in the Persian Gulf region and urged for a dialogue between all parties involved in the deal, that was signed on this day four years ago.
French police fired tear gas to disperse protesters from the Champs Elysees avenue on Sunday (July 14), a few hours after President Emmanuel Macron had presided over the Bastille Day military parade.
10,000 people also marched in the border town of Sha Tin calling for genuinely democratic voting in the former British colony. A handful called for an independent Hong Kong.
An earthquake of magnitude 7.3 struck the Moluccas islands in eastern Indonesia on Sunday, causing panic among residents, but there were no immediate reports of casualties or major damage.
President Emmanuel Macron said he was “proud" or the "innovative” French army after seeing the flyboard designed by Franky Zapata.
Wimbledon final: Prince William, Kate in crowd for Federer v Djokovic
Defending champion Ian Ashmeade won this year's world pea shooting contest in Cambridgeshire, England.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the tanker detained near Gibraltar could be released if the UK receives guarantees that its oil isn't bound for Syria.
A massive power cut crippled the tourist-filled heart of Manhattan for several hours on Saturday, cancelling Broadway shows and halting subway lines.
14 July is full of fireworks and celebrations across France, but what is Bastille Day all about?
Barry is expected to weaken as it heads further inland and is forecast to become a tropical depression by Sunday.
Kenyans, Americans, a Briton and Tanzanians were among 26 people killed when Islamist gunmen stormed a hotel in the Somali port city of Kismayo, officials said on Saturday.
Elsewhere, Austria is to introduce a ban on vehicles leaving the motorway in Salzburg on weekends in a bid to help local communities suffering from gas emissions.
Demonstrators in the Hong Kong territorial town of Sheung Shui seized on another grievance following major unrest over an extradition bill.
It's a rite of passage for young men, a chance to test their bravery as bulls chase them through the streets of Pamplona
Hundreds of protesters occupied the Pantheon monument in Paris on Friday (July 12) to denounce the conditions illegal immigrants allegedly face in France.
The bust of the ancient Egyptian boy king was sold at auction on Thursday, despite speculation that it was stolen from a temple in Luxor.
A successful breeding scheme in southern Russia has seen the beaver population rise to more than 700,000 from near-extinction less than a century ago.
The World Health Organization’s regional director for the Eastern Mediterranean, Dr. Ahmed Al Mandhari, is calling for united action to strengthen health systems in the the Levant.
Eighteen-year-old UAE-resident Nouran Fouad lost ten kilograms in two months after changing her eating habits and overhauling her lifestyle.
French President Emmanuel Macron unveiled France's latest nuclear-powered 'Barracuda' class submarine on Friday, a €9 billion stealth vessel programme Paris says is key to maintaining its naval presence for decades to come.
Three shaking bouts in under a month have sparked concerns for the health and well-being of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. But has the subsequent media coverage really been necessary?