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World News - Watch: Lions at Moscow zoo have fun in snow

Watch: Lions at Moscow zoo have fun in snow

Nearly half a month's worth of snow fell on the Russian capital over the weekend.
Euronews
World News - Did a Russian passenger plane jet off from Caracas with Venezuelan gold?

Did a Russian passenger plane jet off from Caracas with Venezuelan gold?

The arrival of a Russian passenger jet in Caracas earlier this week has set off an avalanche of theories and rumours on Venezuelan social media.
Euronews
World News - Two tonnes of cocaine seized in Italy's biggest narcotics bust for 25 years

Two tonnes of cocaine seized in Italy's biggest narcotics bust for 25 years

It's the largest registered find of narcotics in Italy in 25 years with Italy, Spain, Colombia and United Kingdom authorities working together.
Euronews
World News - Two French police officers sentenced to seven years in prison for rape of Canadian tourist

Two French police officers sentenced to seven years in prison for rape of Canadian tourist

Two French police officers sentenced to seven years in prison for rape of Canadian tourist
Euronews
World News - Watch: Kite surfer performs incredible 200-metre jump

Watch: Kite surfer performs incredible 200-metre jump

Olly Bridge is a former European kite surfing champion.
Euronews
World News - Is WTO Article 24 the antidote to a No Deal Brexit? Euronews Answers

Is WTO Article 24 the antidote to a No Deal Brexit? Euronews Answers

Nigel Farage says the UK and EU could continue to trade tariff-free after Brexit. He's right but....
Euronews
World News - French and Spanish reporters among foreign journalists held in Venezuela

French and Spanish reporters among foreign journalists held in Venezuela

Two French TV reporters and three journalists from a Spanish news agency have reportedly been held in Caracas by the Venezuelan authorities.
Euronews
World News - Denmark wins Bocuse d'Or 2019 'culinary Olympics'

Denmark wins Bocuse d'Or 2019 'culinary Olympics'

In total, 24 chefs took part in the competition affectionately known as the Olympic Games in the kitchen.
Euronews
World News - Refugee trio arrested in Germany over terrorist plot

Refugee trio arrested in Germany over terrorist plot

Three refugees have been arrested in Germany on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack, federal prosecutors said.
Euronews
World News - One dead and six injured after man opens fire in Corsica: authorities

One dead and six injured after man opens fire in Corsica: authorities

One dead and six injured after man opened fire in Corsica: authorities
Euronews
World News - Denmark wins Bocuse d'Or 2019 'culinary Olympics' in Lyon

Denmark wins Bocuse d'Or 2019 'culinary Olympics' in Lyon

In total, 24 chefs took part in the competition affectionately known as the Olympic Games in the kitchen.
Euronews
World News - Arnold Schwarzenegger meets Austrian chancellor for talks ahead of climate change summit

Arnold Schwarzenegger meets Austrian chancellor for talks ahead of climate change summit

Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger met with Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz on Tuesday for talks ahead of the R20 Austrian World Summit on climate change
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World News - Poland sick cow slaughterhouse: meat from closed abattoir 'sold to nine EU countries'

Poland sick cow slaughterhouse: meat from closed abattoir 'sold to nine EU countries'

Meat from a Polish abattoir at the centre of a scandal over slaughtering sick cows has been sold to nine other EU countries, Euronews has learned.
Euronews
World News - Polar vortex brings temperatures as low as -29 Celsius to US Midwest

Polar vortex brings temperatures as low as -29 Celsius to US Midwest

Americans are wrapping up against a blast of Arctic air from a polar vortex, which has brought dangerous and freezing weather to a large area of the country.
Euronews
World News - Winning UK Parliament vote on Irish backstop sent 'clear message' to EU: May

Winning UK Parliament vote on Irish backstop sent 'clear message' to EU: May

More drama from the House of Commons in Prime Minister's Questions.
Euronews
World News - Letter to European Parliament accuses EPP of violating fundamental European values

Letter to European Parliament accuses EPP of violating fundamental European values

In a letter to the European Parliament, a citizen group has claimed the European People's Party violated fundamental European principles by defending Orban's government.
Euronews
World News - Venezuela power struggle as Juan Guaido given travel ban

Venezuela power struggle as Juan Guaido given travel ban

Venezuela’s self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido has been slapped with a travel ban and had his bank accounts frozen.
Euronews
World News - EU is united behind the deal it already has negotiated with UK: Barnier

EU is united behind the deal it already has negotiated with UK: Barnier

The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator gave a very short answer to the UK parliaments request for a renegotiation of its deal
Euronews
World News - Watch: What have EU leaders previously said about changing the backstop?

Watch: What have EU leaders previously said about changing the backstop?

To secure any changes, the British prime minister faces European Union leaders who, until now, have not shown willing to touch the Irish backstop.
Euronews
World News - UK MPs say they want a new Brexit deal. EU says 'No'

UK MPs say they want a new Brexit deal. EU says 'No'

British MPs voted on amendments to Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal on Tuesday, backing calls for a "no-deal" Brexit to be ruled out and for the Irish backstop to be replaced with "alternative arrangements".
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World News - Watch: The best of Bercow setting the record straight in the Brexit debate

Watch: The best of Bercow setting the record straight in the Brexit debate

Take a look at the top interventions from UK Parliament Speaker John Bercow in Tuesday's Brexit amendments debate.
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World News - Decoding Brexit: Making sense of the jargon

Decoding Brexit: Making sense of the jargon

Customs Union, Single Market, Withdrawal Agreement... we've been bombarded with complex terminology by politicians for months. But what does it all mean? And why does it matter?
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World News - Facebook vows to fight fake news, foreign interference in EU elections

Facebook vows to fight fake news, foreign interference in EU elections

Facebook has announced a series of measures it will take in May's European Parliament elections to ensure the vote is free from interference.
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World News - Apple takes Group FaceTime offline while eavesdropping glitch is fixed

Apple takes Group FaceTime offline while eavesdropping glitch is fixed

Apple has temporarily taken Group FaceTime offline while it fixes a glitch that allows users to listen to the audio of another's phone before a call is accepted
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