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The latest news stories from around the world, including business, sports and cultural events.
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Raw Politics

Raw Politics

Provocative and unapologetically impartial. Raw Politics is the new must-see daily politics show that takes on the issues that matter. Join the debate.
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The Global Conversation

The Global Conversation

The Global Conversation is a platform on which euronews questions world leaders directly. Heads of State, policy-makers and key figures from civil society are challenged on their views of global problems, solutions and opportunities
7 Videos
Euronews
Backlight

Backlight

Dutch public broadcaster VPRO offers you impressive and award-winning travel series that will help you expand your view on the world.
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VPRO
Panorama

Panorama

The BBC's Panorama is the world's longest running investigative TV show, featuring interviews and reports on a wide variety of subjects.
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BBC
Horizon

Horizon

Horizon tells amazing science stories, unravels mysteries and reveals worlds you've never seen before.
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BBC
No Comment

No Comment

No agenda, no slant. Get the picture without the commentary. No Comment on demand video is available on euronews.com, Euronews mobile apps, on Facebook.com/euronews and on our YouTube channel: No Comment TV
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Euronews
Afghanistan: The Lion's Last Roar

Afghanistan: The Lion's Last Roar

When the British Army arrived in Helmand in Afghanistan, they were confident that they could keep the peace, defeat the Taliban and rebuild the impoverished province. But misplaced hope and confused aims quickly led to the very real threat of a catastrophic defeat. After 14 years of brutal, bloody and bruising conflict, the British Army finally began to withdraw from Afghanistan in late 2014.
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BBC

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World News - UN: 20 million missed vaccinations each year causing global measles outbreaks

UN: 20 million missed vaccinations each year causing global measles outbreaks

In high income countries, the US, France then Britain have had the highest numbers of unvaccinated children between 2010-2017.
Euronews
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Putin and Kim shake hands for the first time

Putin and Kim shake hands for the first time

The two leaders meet on Russky Island near the port city of Vladivostok, in Russia's far east.
BBC News
1min
World News - Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un meet for the first time

Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un meet for the first time

Russian President Vladimir Putin welcomed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the Far East Federal University campus on Russky Island, in the city of Vladivostok on Thursday.
Euronews
1min
Will it be third time lucky for Joe Biden?

Will it be third time lucky for Joe Biden?

The former US vice-president is set to announce that he's running for the White House - again.
BBC News
2mins
World News - Romanian MPs back controversial bill that could end corruption cases

Romanian MPs back controversial bill that could end corruption cases

Romanian MPs have today approved criminal law changes that could shut down several ongoing high-level graft cases in what experts consider is one of the EU's most corrupt countries.
Euronews
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World News - New Zealand, France to host summit in bid to stop extremist content on social media

New Zealand, France to host summit in bid to stop extremist content on social media

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in a statement that she will co-chair a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris next month that will seek to have world leaders and tech companies agree to a pledge, called the Christchurch Call, t...
Euronews
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World News - Armenia marks killings anniversary as Erdogan rejects genocide claim

Armenia marks killings anniversary as Erdogan rejects genocide claim

Ceremonies have taken place in Armenia to mark the anniversary of mass killings and forced deportations of up to 1.5 million Armenians.
Euronews
1min
World News - Scotland must have second independence referendum if Brexit goes ahead, says FM Sturgeon

Scotland must have second independence referendum if Brexit goes ahead, says FM Sturgeon

Scotland must have second independence referendum by 2021 if Brexit goes ahead, says First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Euronews
2mins
Southend residents angry over proximity of planes

Southend residents angry over proximity of planes

Residents angry over increased traffic at Southend Airport
ITN
1min
'I could hear my children screaming'

'I could hear my children screaming'

Thamsanqa Dlamini lost eight family members when a mudslide hit his home in Durban, South Africa.
BBC News
1min
Ann Widdecombe on standing for Brexit Party

Ann Widdecombe on standing for Brexit Party

Ann Widdecombe is standing for the Brexit Party
ITN
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World News - European Sleepover: Working hard on a French vineyard

European Sleepover: Working hard on a French vineyard

Ahead of Euronews' European elections coverage, we're out and about to find out what YOU want for the future of the EU. Our reporter Stuart Oates has been sofa surfing across the continent, staying with locals to find out what's important to them....
Euronews
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Funeral held for Lyra McKee in Belfast

Funeral held for Lyra McKee in Belfast

Funeral held for murdered journalist Lyra McKee in Belfast.
ITN
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Nicola Sturgeon looks to new referendum on independence

Nicola Sturgeon looks to new referendum on independence

Nicola Sturgeon looks to Scottish independence in speech.
ITN
2mins
Priest challenges politicians at funeral

Priest challenges politicians at funeral

Fr Martin Magill, a friend of Lyra McKee, spoke directly to politicians at the funeral of the murdered journalist.
BBC News
1min
US Ambassador highlights concerns with Huawei working in UK

US Ambassador highlights concerns with Huawei working in UK

US Ambassador highlights concerns with Huawei working in UK
ITN
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US Ambassador calls for respect during Trump state visit
ITN
1min
World News - Spain's rural areas attract attention ahead of election

Spain's rural areas attract attention ahead of election

With an election nearing, rural issues are gaining increasing prominence in Spain
Euronews
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'We have to pay the cost for democracy'

'We have to pay the cost for democracy'

Hong Kong activist Benny Tai says he will come back stronger after being jailed over the 2014 protests.
BBC News
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PMQs: Lidington and Thornberry trade blows on Brexit

PMQs: Lidington and Thornberry trade blows on Brexit

Lidington and Thornberry trade blows on Brexit
ITN
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Lidington dismisses Huawei concerns

Lidington dismisses Huawei concerns

David Lidington dismisses Huawei concerns
ITN
1min
The women driving change in Sudan

The women driving change in Sudan

Sudanese protest icon Alaa Salah tells the BBC of her unexpected fame after demonstrating against the country's former leader.
BBC News
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Remember Trump's last UK visit?

Remember Trump's last UK visit?

The US president is making a state visit to the UK in June. Here's what happened on his last trip there.
BBC News
2mins
On board a Chinese naval ship

On board a Chinese naval ship

China has shown off a new type of destroyer at a celebration to mark 70 years since its navy was created. Robin Brant reports from on board a training ship.
BBC News
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The Korean yoghurt ladies spreading joy

The Korean yoghurt ladies spreading joy

Thousands of motorised fridges are driven around Korea, providing yoghurt and companionship for isolated people.
BBC News
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Tugendhat highlights concerns over Huawei contract

Tugendhat highlights concerns over Huawei contract

Tugendhat expresses concern over Huawei contract
ITN
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Fayulu urges fresh elections in DR Congo

Fayulu urges fresh elections in DR Congo

The presidential candidate, Martin Fayulu, believes he was the real winner in the 2018 election.
BBC News
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World News - Lifting the veil: Jerusalem exhibition aims to explain religious dress

Lifting the veil: Jerusalem exhibition aims to explain religious dress

The exhibition delves into the similarities and differences between the various veils worn by some Muslims, Jews and Christians who all walk the streets of Jerusalem.
Euronews
1min
Political leaders join friends and family for McKee funeral

Political leaders join friends and family for McKee funeral

Political figures attend Lyra McKee's funeral
ITN
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Royal Baby Countdown: Prince Harry visits Niagara Falls

Royal Baby Countdown: Prince Harry visits Niagara Falls

Royal Baby Countdown: Prince Harry visits Niagara Falls
ITN
1min
World News - Watch: Canada marks '50 years of progress' with LGBTQ coin

Watch: Canada marks '50 years of progress' with LGBTQ coin

The coin marks 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the country, and features the words "Equality-Egalite".
Euronews
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Theresa May leaves London to attend Lyra McKee's funeral

Theresa May leaves London to attend Lyra McKee's funeral

Theresa May leaves London to attend Lyra McKee's funeral
ITN
22secs
Philip Hammond on appointing next Bank of England governor

Philip Hammond on appointing next Bank of England governor

Philip Hammond on appointing next Bank of England governor
ITN
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The two year old conjoined twins with a rare condition

The two year old conjoined twins with a rare condition

Two girls Marieme and Nedye whose fight for life took them from Senegal to the U.K were born with a very rare condition.
BBC News
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Labour's John Healey on housing crisis

Labour's John Healey on housing crisis

Labour's John Healey on housing crisis
ITN
1min
World News - NASA lander detects first likely 'Marsquake' on the red planet

NASA lander detects first likely 'Marsquake' on the red planet

NASA lander detects first likely 'Marsquake' on the red planet
Euronews
18secs
World News - Kim Jong Un greeted with bread and flowers as he arrives in Russia for Putin meeting

Kim Jong Un greeted with bread and flowers as he arrives in Russia for Putin meeting

The North Korean leader is to meet with Russian president Vladimir Putin as he seeks to build his reputation on the global stage.
Euronews
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World News - Going back in time: Warehouse takes Alzheimer's patients back to 1950s

Going back in time: Warehouse takes Alzheimer's patients back to 1950s

'Town Square' in San Diego comes complete with a 1959 black Ford Thunderbird parked outside an old school diner, a cinema advertising blockbusters such as A Streetcar Named Desire and The Greatest Show on Earth, and a news stand.
Euronews
20secs
Raw Politics - Want to talk to the next EU Commission president?

Want to talk to the next EU Commission president?

We're speaking to the leading candidates to take the EU's top job and we want them to hear what you feel about Europe's impact on your life.
Euronews
1min
World News - Turkey 'cannot become a member of the EU', says EPP leader Manfred Weber

Turkey 'cannot become a member of the EU', says EPP leader Manfred Weber

"We should be honest and that includes that Turkey cannot become a member of the European Union," Manfred Weber told Euronews on Tuesday.
Euronews
2mins
What does it take to impeach a president?

What does it take to impeach a president?

The release of the Mueller report has led to calls from some Democrats to impeach Donald Trump.
BBC News
2mins
Small acts of kindness for Sri Lanka mourners

Small acts of kindness for Sri Lanka mourners

Volunteers provide water, food and support to those mourning the bombing in Negombo, Sri Lanka.
BBC News
2mins
Jeremy Hunt makes statement on Sri Lanka attacks

Jeremy Hunt makes statement on Sri Lanka attacks

Jeremy Hunt offers "deepest sympathies" to those affected in Sri Lanka.
ITN
2mins
Brexit talks have resumed between the government and Labour

Brexit talks have resumed between the government and Labour

Brexit talks have resumed between the government and Labour.
ITN
22secs
MPs observe minute's silence for Sri Lanka victims

MPs observe minute's silence for Sri Lanka victims

MPs held a one minute silence in memory of the Sri Lanka terror victims.
ITN
1min
World News - Polar bear arrives back after getting lost 700km from home in Russia

Polar bear arrives back after getting lost 700km from home in Russia

Its natural habitat is the northern arctic region of Chukotka, which environmentalists say is being reduced by the impact of climate change.
Euronews
20secs
Greta Thunberg: 'Our future has been stolen'

Greta Thunberg: 'Our future has been stolen'

Greta Thunberg says that her future has been "stolen".
ITN
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World News - Voting abroad has become an obstacle course for Spanish citizens

Voting abroad has become an obstacle course for Spanish citizens

It’s become more complicated for Spaniards abroad to vote after changes were made to electoral registration laws in 2011. And ever since then, participation has plummeted.
Euronews
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