Extraordinarily cold weather has paralyzed cities across the United States - leaving more than 200 million people facing freezing temperatures.
EU leaders accuse Theresa May of lacking ideas as UK MPs send her back to Brussels to ask for an "alternative" to the Irish backstop. Leave voting political commentator Iain Dale thinks is more about compromise.
With three million internally displaced people, Ethiopia is going through one of the most severe - and under-reported - humanitarian crises in the world. One of the biggest camps is Qoloji, in that camp are mostly ethnic Somalis fleeing persec...
One of the world's most prestigious culinary contests is underway in Lyon with chefs representing 24 countries battling for the podium.
Euronews talks to the son of legendary Lyonnais chef Paul Bocuse about the legacy of the great man.
A conference is taking place at the European Parliament today to discuss how to tackle poverty and social exclusion, which affect nearly half the poulation of some member states.
Millions of people have been forced to flee their homes in Syria and thousands of them have found refuge in Zaatari camp, Jordan. According to UNHCR, around 80,000 people live in Zaatari and more than half of them are children.
German Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer has weighed into the debate about introducing speed limits in Germany, saying such a move would be against "common sense".