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Sets the day’s news agenda and leads the way for the channel’s ground-breaking approach to news gathering and reporting. Good Morning Europe untethers a fleet of mobile journalists - MoJo’s – to gather news as it happens.
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Euronews
Brussels Bureau

Brussels Bureau

All the latest news, interviews and analysis concerning the EU from the euronews’ team in Brussels.
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Euronews
Insiders

Insiders

The never-ending flow of news can be overwhelming. Let’s stop for a moment to make sense of the critical events shaping our world. Insiders brings you in-depth investigations and exclusive reports from the field.
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Euronews

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South Swindon MP: Honda factory closure will be devastating

South Swindon MP: Honda factory closure will be devastating

South Swindon MP says the closure of the Honda factory would be devastating.
ITN
2mins
Honda to close UK car plant cutting 3,500 jobs

Honda to close UK car plant cutting 3,500 jobs

Japanese carmaker Honda is set to announce the closure of its only British car plant in 2022 with the loss of 3,500 jobs, a lawmaker told Reuters, in the latest blow to the UK car industry as Brexit approaches.
Reuters
2mins
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
WI Gov. wants to change laws on marijuana use

WI Gov. wants to change laws on marijuana use

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers announced Monday his budget will include proposals to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use and legalize medical marijuana.
Associated Press
2mins
Seven MPs quit Labour: What happens next?

Seven MPs quit Labour: What happens next?

The future is uncertain for the seven MPs who quit Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party. We take a look at what could happen next.
Press Association
2mins
U.S.-backed Syria force seeks help with Islamic State prisoner 'time bomb'

U.S.-backed Syria force seeks help with Islamic State prisoner 'time bomb'

Hundreds of foreign jihadist fighters held in Syria represent a "time bomb" and could escape and threaten the West unless countries do more to take them back, the Kurdish-led, U.S.-backed authorities holding them have warned.
Reuters
1min
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
Tourists cash in for a Newfoundland welcome

Tourists cash in for a Newfoundland welcome

Brian Day regularly performs a “screech-in” ceremony at Christian's Bar in St. John’s, N.L. The welcoming ceremony developed from old initiation rituals on fishing and sealing vessels and has become a sought-after tourist attraction. Guests from a...
Canadian Press
2mins
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
Israeli presenter slammed for calling IDF soldiers 'human animals'

Israeli presenter slammed for calling IDF soldiers 'human animals'

Israeli TV presenter Oshrat Kotler has been harshly criticised by right-wing politicians for calling IDF soldiers 'human animals.' #IDF #Kotler #humananimals
TRT World
1min
Banksy-like pro-"yellow vests" stencils appear in Bordeaux

Banksy-like pro-"yellow vests" stencils appear in Bordeaux

Stencils resembling Banksy's work appear on Bordeaux streets, including the famous "Girl with Balloon", show a young girl wearing a yellow vest raising a bloody hand to the sky. It is yet unclear if the pieces were done by the artist Banksy himself.
AFP
1min
'Independent Group' MPs split from UK Labour party

'Independent Group' MPs split from UK Labour party

A group of seven Labour MPs announce they’re splitting from the party to create ‘The Independent Group’, criticising Jeremy Corbyn’s handling of anti-Semitism in his party and his position on Brexit.
AFP
1min
This day in history: Pluto is discovered

This day in history: Pluto is discovered

This Day in History: Pluto Is Discovered February 18, 1930. Once believed to be the ninth planet, Pluto was discovered at the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, AZ, by astronomer Clyde W. Tombaugh. Tombaugh discovered the tiny, dwarf planet using a...
Canadian Press
1min
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
US Speaker Pelosi meets Belgian PM, EU President

US Speaker Pelosi meets Belgian PM, EU President

The Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is in Brussels where she met with the Belgian Prime Minister in Brussels on Monday before meeting with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker later in the day.
Associated Press
1min
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
US House of Representatives speaker meets with EU's Juncker

US House of Representatives speaker meets with EU's Juncker

US House of Representatives speaker Nancy Pelosi meets with Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels ahead of talks with EU officials.
AFP
19secs
AP Top Stories 18

AP Top Stories 18

Here's the latest for Friday February 15th: President Donald Trump lashes out at critics; Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is visiting European leaders; India blames Pakistan for a deadly attack; Venice considers a new tax to help keep its canals...
Associated Press
1min
Rare gold coin worth GBP3,000 found in old bureau desk

Rare gold coin worth GBP3,000 found in old bureau desk

The gold coin is from around 1365 and was found in a secret drawer of the bureau, which is worth just GBP60, at an auction house in Derbyshire. The guide price for the Raymond IV Prince of Orange Franc A Pied coin is between GBP1,200 and GBP1,800 ...
Press Association
1min
British Airways plane repainted in retro livery for 100th anniversary

British Airways plane repainted in retro livery for 100th anniversary

A British Airways plane has been repainted in retro livery for the airline's centenary celebrations. The Boeing 747 landed at London Heathrow on Monday sporting a British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) design.
Press Association
1min
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
Paralyzed Calgary surgeon has undergone experimental surgery in Thailand with positive results

Paralyzed Calgary surgeon has undergone experimental surgery in Thailand with positive results

Calgary surgeon Dr. Richi Gill saw his life change in a moment a year ago when he was paralyzed from the neck down in an accident in Hawaii. He could only move his arms and had little movement with his hands or below the neck. Gill went to Thailan...
Canadian Press
3mins
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
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world, week of Feb. 18th

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world, week of Feb. 18th

Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz will give a speech to the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal on Thursday. Poloz kept his key interest rate target on hold in January at 1.75 per cent. Hydro One Ltd. reports its results before market...
Canadian Press
1min
Israel evicts Palestinian family from home in East Jerusalem

Israel evicts Palestinian family from home in East Jerusalem

"They took my home, my memories. The Israeli settler is inside my home while I'm thrown out." The Israeli police have forcibly evicted a Palestinian family from their home, where their family has been living for three generations. #IsraelPalest...
TRT World
1min
7 UK MPs quit party over Brexit, anti-Semitism

7 UK MPs quit party over Brexit, anti-Semitism

Seven British lawmakers say they are quitting the main opposition Labour Party over its approach to issues including Brexit and anti-Semitism.
Associated Press
2mins
Lightsaber dueling awakens the Force in France

Lightsaber dueling awakens the Force in France

In France, it is easier than ever now to act out “Star Wars” fantasies. The fencing federation has officially recognized lightsaber dueling as a competitive sport.
Associated Press
2mins
Countdown to Brexit: 39 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 39 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29. Here, we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
Press Association
1min
WATCH: Businessman Patrice Motsepe says it's right that politicians hold companies to account

WATCH: Businessman Patrice Motsepe says it's right that politicians hold companies to account

He says however, having relatives in very high positions in government justifiably raises perceptions of favouritism. He remains adamant that he is not being favoured by his relationship with President Cyril Ramaphosa and Energy Minister Jeff Radebe.
24.com
2mins
ANALYSIS: In a way this is the end of Bosasa, says Adriaan Basson

ANALYSIS: In a way this is the end of Bosasa, says Adriaan Basson

News24 Editor-in-Chief Adriaan Basson and Opinions Editor Alet Janse van Rensburg unpack the latest developments in the Bosasa scandal, after the company announced it was under voluntary liquidation. Watch.
24.com
3mins
Luciana Berger: 'The last time I had a meeting with Jeremy Corbyn was at the end of 2017'

Luciana Berger: 'The last time I had a meeting with Jeremy Corbyn was at the end of 2017'

In an interview after the announcement of her resignation from the Labour Party, the MP for Liverpool Wavertree Luciana Berger said that the last time she had the chance to express her concerns to Jeremy Corbyn directly was 2017.
Press Association
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
New Delhi protests after soldiers killed in Kashmir

New Delhi protests after soldiers killed in Kashmir

People protest in New Delhi after 41 soldiers were killed in a suicide bombing in Indian-administered Kashmir as hunt for militants behind the attack in the region disputed by India and Pakistan continues. Meanwhile in a Pakistan-controlled area o...
AFP
1min
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
Britain's Labour splits over Brexit, anti-Semitism

Britain's Labour splits over Brexit, anti-Semitism

Seven lawmakers split from Britain's opposition Labour party on Monday (February 18) saying that the leadership's failures over Brexit, anti-Semitism and a culture of bullying had left them no choice.
Reuters
1min
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
Spanish warship orders ships to leave British waters near Gibraltar

Spanish warship orders ships to leave British waters near Gibraltar

A Spanish warship tried to order commercial shipping to leave anchorages in British waters near Gibraltar, but was challenged by the British navy and sailed away.
Reuters
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
Volunteers provide makeshift medical care in Caracas

Volunteers provide makeshift medical care in Caracas

Doctors, nurses, students, and other volunteers provide care under canopies for local residents in the Macarao neighborhood in Caracas, among other areas, as part of the offensive to demand the entry of humanitarian aid, headed by opposition leade...
AFP
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