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World News

The latest news stories from around the world, including business, sports and cultural events.
320 Videos
Euronews
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.
56 Videos
Euronews
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
5 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.
4 Videos
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.
3 Videos
BBC
Horizon

Horizon

Horizon tells amazing science stories, unravels mysteries and reveals worlds you've never seen before.
2 Videos
BBC
This World

This World

International investigative documentary series from the BBC.
1 Video
BBC

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Umunna: Politics is 'broken' and parties fail to perform

Umunna: Politics is 'broken' and parties fail to perform

Chuka Umunna says there is a significant number of MPs who are unhappy.
ITN
2mins
World News - US-Mexico border wall won’t stop drug trafficking, says investigative journalist

US-Mexico border wall won’t stop drug trafficking, says investigative journalist

Investigative journalist Anabel Hernández told Euronews that tonnes of drugs and money are transported by commercial airlines and private planes, which land at airports in cities in both Mexico and the United States.
Euronews
1min
Labour MPs quit party in bid for 'alternative' politics

Labour MPs quit party in bid for 'alternative' politics

Labour MPs quit party in bid for 'alternative' politics
ITN
4mins
World News - Watch: ‘Hungarians are not migrants,’ says foreign minister

Watch: ‘Hungarians are not migrants,’ says foreign minister

Péter Szijjártó told Euronews it was “not fair to confuse migration with the free flow of labour within the European Union.”
Euronews
3mins
More than a dozen migrants rescued from Dover waters

More than a dozen migrants rescued from Dover waters

More than a dozen migrants are reported to have been rescued by Dover.
ITN
3mins
The Global Conversation - Venezuela's Juan Guaidó: "Maduro is completely disconnected from reality"

Venezuela's Juan Guaidó: "Maduro is completely disconnected from reality"

Venezuela's Juan Guaidó speaks to Euronews' Anelise Borges about humanitarian aid, the military, diplomacy, Nicolas Maduro and the future of his country in the Global Conversation.
Euronews
23mins
Vince Cable: Resignations of Labour MPs were 'courageous'

Vince Cable: Resignations of Labour MPs were 'courageous'

Vince Cable says the resignations of seven Labour MPs were "courageous".
ITN
World News - Tensions flare up as Spanish warship orders boats move from UK-controlled Gibraltar waters

Tensions flare up as Spanish warship orders boats move from UK-controlled Gibraltar waters

The Government of Gibraltar says it is investigating the "foolish games" from the Spanish warship on Sunday
Euronews
1min
World News - Europe briefing: Labour split, Poland-Israel spat, and Venezuela denies MEPs entry

Europe briefing: Labour split, Poland-Israel spat, and Venezuela denies MEPs entry

Euronews brought you the latest news and updates as they happened this morning.
Euronews
5mins
World News - Top EU official praises fired Romanian corruption prosecutor, says fight must continue

Top EU official praises fired Romanian corruption prosecutor, says fight must continue

The European Commission's vice president, Frans Timmermans, praised Romania's former chief corruption prosecutor in an interview with Euronews, urging the fight against corruption to continue.
Euronews
1min
Gauke: Shamima Begum's status relies on 'number of factors'

Gauke: Shamima Begum's status relies on 'number of factors'

David Gauke says the government will do "everything" to protect the public.
ITN
1min
Luciana Berger: There's 'very little' trust in current polit

Luciana Berger: There's 'very little' trust in current polit

Former Labour MP Luciana Berger says the country's politics is "broken".
ITN
2mins
World News - Shamima Begum: ISIS teen must be ‘allowed’ to return to UK, says friend’s father

Shamima Begum: ISIS teen must be ‘allowed’ to return to UK, says friend’s father

A British teenager who fled the UK to marry a member of the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria should be allowed to return, said the father of another schoolgirl who accompanied her four years ago.
Euronews
3mins
Offbeat careers: Worth the risk?

Offbeat careers: Worth the risk?

We speak to three young professionals in offbeat jobs: a beatboxer, a gamer and an ethical hacker. In a world where most degrees and professional courses are centred on long-term stability and availability of jobs, how did they train themselves, f...
BBC News
2mins
McDonnell: MPs must face by-elections after resignations

McDonnell: MPs must face by-elections after resignations

John McDonnell says he's "disappointed" at the resignations of Labour MPs.
ITN
2mins
Employee to entrepreneur: Should you take the plunge?

Employee to entrepreneur: Should you take the plunge?

Is 2019 the time to start your own company? Entrepreneurship is seductive, but the lack of structure is not for everyone - especially if you have to leave a comfortable job behind. In this edition of WorklifeIndia, we talk to current and former ...
BBC News
1min
Innovation: Is India lagging behind?

Innovation: Is India lagging behind?

India has made rapid strides in adopting technology, but when was the last time it came out with a truly disruptive innovation, something that shaped the world or made the scientific community sit up and take notice? Invention of the zero? That w...
BBC News
1min
Women in politics: Breaking barriers

Women in politics: Breaking barriers

As early as 1966, India elected a female prime minister, becoming only the second country in the world to do so. More than fifty years later, more women are joining politics but their number still remains low. Female leaders regularly battle gend...
BBC News
1min
'Yellow-vests' pelt police van with stones

'Yellow-vests' pelt police van with stones

Officers filmed their riot van being targeted by demonstrators in Lyon.
BBC News
1min
Gig economy: The future, or exploitative?

Gig economy: The future, or exploitative?

Is the freedom offered to workers in the 'gig economy' worth it, or does it put people at risk of exploitation? Workplaces are changing. Many are opting for short term or project-based gigs rather than structured payroll jobs: this probably inclu...
BBC News
1min
Should machines hire people?

Should machines hire people?

Companies are starting to embrace artificial intelligence in hiring. One global study found one in three recruiters already doing so. In most companies though, in-person interviews still remain the most preferred way of finding new talent. In th...
BBC News
1min
Jeremy Hunt: Need trust and vision to resolve Irish backstop

Jeremy Hunt: Need trust and vision to resolve Irish backstop

Jeremy Hunt says the Good Friday agreement is "absolutely sacrosanct" to UK.
ITN
1min
Sadiq Khan 'distressed' at Labour MP resignations

Sadiq Khan 'distressed' at Labour MP resignations

Sadiq Khan says he's "distressed" with the resignations from Labour MPs.
ITN
2mins
Duchess of Sussex shocked at 'staggering' diversity figures

Duchess of Sussex shocked at 'staggering' diversity figures

Meghan's shock at 'staggering' diversity figures
ITN
1min
Umunna: Established parties fail to make fundemental change

Umunna: Established parties fail to make fundemental change

Labour MP Chuka Umunna announces his resignation from the party.
ITN
2mins
Berger resigns from 'institutionally anti-Semitic' Labour

Berger resigns from 'institutionally anti-Semitic' Labour

Labour MP Luciana Berger announces her resignation from the party.
ITN
2mins
What do women want from the workplace?

What do women want from the workplace?

Fewer than three in ten women in India are in work - one of the lowest rates of female employment in the world. In this edition of WorklifeIndia, we ask bosses and recruiters why so few women work in India, what can be done to improve the situati...
BBC News
1min
Jeremy Corbyn is asked about rumours of Labour party rift

Jeremy Corbyn is asked about rumours of Labour party rift

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is asked whether his party is in trouble.
ITN
11secs
Javid asked about the return of IS teen bride Shamima Begum

Javid asked about the return of IS teen bride Shamima Begum

Sajid Javid is asked whether he could prevent Shamima Begum returning.
ITN
World News - 'I'm ready to die for my country's future,' Juan Guaido tells Euronews

'I'm ready to die for my country's future,' Juan Guaido tells Euronews

Interim president says his greatest fear would be that Venezuela's present becomes accepted as a new normal.
Euronews
8mins
Japanese men scramble for lucky sticks

Japanese men scramble for lucky sticks

Thousands of men seeking luck have tussled to find two sacred sticks as part of an ancient Japanese festival.
BBC News
1min
World News - "We're being set upon" - police attacked during 'Yellow Vest' protest

"We're being set upon" - police attacked during 'Yellow Vest' protest

Remarkable footage has emerged of a police patrol coming under attack during Yellow Vest protests in the French city of Lyon.
Euronews
1min
World News - Pope Francis calls sex abuse summit at Vatican

Pope Francis calls sex abuse summit at Vatican

Pope Francis has summoned senior Catholic clergy to the Vatican to hold a summit on how to deal with the issue of sexual abuse
Euronews
1min
Flybmi collapse leaves passengers stranded

Flybmi collapse leaves passengers stranded

Flights are cancelled and passengers left stranded as flybmi collapses.
ITN
1min
World News - Passengers stranded as Flybmi goes into administration

Passengers stranded as Flybmi goes into administration

Hundreds of passengers have been left stranded across Europe following the collapse of the British regional airline Flybmi.
Euronews
1min
Man who fought ISIS warns against return of foreign fighters

Man who fought ISIS warns against return of foreign fighters

A man who fought against ISIS warns against the return of foreign fighters.
ITN
2mins
World News - Smurf fans sets new world record

Smurf fans sets new world record

Ten-year-old record for most people dressed as Smurfs is broken in southern Germany.
Euronews
1min
World News - 'Black' snow blights Russian towns

'Black' snow blights Russian towns

Coal dust is being blamed for turning snow black in Russia's largest mining region in Siberia
Euronews
1min
World News - 'Yellow vests': Macron slams abuse of French philosopher Alain Finkielkraut at protests

'Yellow vests': Macron slams abuse of French philosopher Alain Finkielkraut at protests

They shouted: "Go back to Tel Aviv!", "We are France!", and "Zionist!".
Euronews
1min
World News - Guinness World Records: German town ‘holds largest-ever Smurfs meeting'

Guinness World Records: German town ‘holds largest-ever Smurfs meeting'

A small German town was turned blue when it tried to break the world record for the largest meeting of Smurfs.
Euronews
2mins
World News - Guinea-Bissau to hold delayed elections

Guinea-Bissau to hold delayed elections

Former Portuguese colony has been in political deadlock since 2015
Euronews
1min
World News - Body art and dance meet at Paris tattoo fair

Body art and dance meet at Paris tattoo fair

Hundreds of tattoo artists from around the world gathered in the French capital for the annual tattoo fair
Euronews
1min
McDonnell: 'Always that option of going back to the people'

McDonnell: 'Always that option of going back to the people'

John McDonnell says "there's always that option of going back to the people"
ITN
19secs
Jeremy Wright avoids question on Trump's IS comments

Jeremy Wright avoids question on Trump's IS comments

Jeremy Wright avoids a question about Donald Trump's IS comments.
ITN
19secs
John McDonnell: 'Trump's comments are always controversial'

John McDonnell: 'Trump's comments are always controversial'

John McDonnell responds to Donald Trump's comments on ISIS fighters.
ITN
28secs
World News - 'Absolutely abhorrent': Far-right march in Sofia to honour pro-Nazi general

'Absolutely abhorrent': Far-right march in Sofia to honour pro-Nazi general

Around 2,000 of them strode through the Bulgarian capital for the annual Lukov March.
Euronews
2mins
World News - Watch: Girl, 11, makes tearful climate plea: 'I love our planet and I don't want it to ever stop'

Watch: Girl, 11, makes tearful climate plea: 'I love our planet and I don't want it to ever stop'

This is the moment an emotional 11-year-old girl broke down in tears during a climate change rally.
Euronews
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