From Wagner to Broadway: A musical journey with Terfel at the Sydney Opera House

From Wagner to Broadway: A musical journey with Terfel at the Sydney Opera House

The acclaimed bass-baritone Bryn Terfel is joined at the iconic Sydney Opera House by his wife, harpist Hannah Stone to perform great classics, from Wagner to Broadway.
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Dubai's eclectic music scene

Dubai's eclectic music scene

Dubai has welcomed some of the biggest names in the music business in 2019, from Jamiroquai to Fatboy Slim to Phantom of the Opera, illustrating the emirates eclectic music scene.
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European Council on Refugees blames Greece for islands migrant crisis

European Council on Refugees blames Greece for islands migrant crisis

The Director of the European Council on Refugees and Exiles has said the migrant crisis in Greece is the direct result of EU policy Catherine Woollard’s comments to Euronews’ Good Morning Europe came as the migrant issue in Greece and Bosnia was b...
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Watch: Erdogan visits Trump after US-Turkey diplomatic tension

Watch: Erdogan visits Trump after US-Turkey diplomatic tension

US president Donald Trump welcomed his Turkish counterpart, president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, at the White House in Washington on Wednesday.
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Italian steel factory accused of thousands of deaths related to toxic emissions

Italian steel factory accused of thousands of deaths related to toxic emissions

The Tamburi site is at the centre of a huge legal case. Experts cited by prosecutors have said some 7,500 people were killed in the area over seven years by diseases linked to toxic emissions.
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Phasing out fossil fuel? Europe to discuss ending investments in coal, oil and gas

Phasing out fossil fuel? Europe to discuss ending investments in coal, oil and gas

The European Investment Bank will meet today to discuss a moratorium on funding new fossil fuel projects. If they do, it would be a landmark step in combatting climate change.
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Watch in full: Euronews interviews EU parliament chief David Sassoli

Watch in full: Euronews interviews EU parliament chief David Sassoli

David Sassoli, elected as President of the Eurpean Parliament in July, says rejection of three nominated commissioners and the current block on accession talks for potential new members are simply the normal, healthy functionings of democracy.
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Venice flooding at historic levels during high tide

Venice flooding at historic levels during high tide

The mayor of Venice is set to declare a state of disaster after the city was flooded during the highest tide in over half a century.
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Brexit uncertainty prompts Tesla to choose Germany over UK for first Europe plant

Brexit uncertainty prompts Tesla to choose Germany over UK for first Europe plant

Tesla CEO told Auto Express that "Brexit uncertainty" had influenced the company's decision to open its first European plant in Berlin.
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'I understand that life must go on but for us, it doesn’t': Paris attacks remembered

'I understand that life must go on but for us, it doesn’t': Paris attacks remembered

On the fourth anniversary of the November 13, 2015 terror attacks, French government officials will commemorate the victims of the deadliest day witnessed in the French capital since World War II.
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Items from Israeli settlements to be labelled as produced in 'territory of origin'

Items from Israeli settlements to be labelled as produced in 'territory of origin'

The ruling, by the European Court of Justice said the labels could no longer imply that goods produced came from Israel itself.
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World Pneumonia Day: Charities sound alarm over disease that killed a child every 39 seconds in 2018

World Pneumonia Day: Charities sound alarm over disease that killed a child every 39 seconds in 2018

Save the Children said the disease killed more than 800,000 children last year and that it was a "forgotten global epidemic".
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UK Labour Party says it was subject to 'sophisticated and large scale' cyber attack

UK Labour Party says it was subject to 'sophisticated and large scale' cyber attack

The UK's Labour Party said in a statement that it was subject to a cyber attack.
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Socialists and Podemos reach coalition deal in bid to form Spain's next government

Socialists and Podemos reach coalition deal in bid to form Spain's next government

Spain's Socialists and left-wing Unidas Podemos (UP) have reached a coalition agreement in a bid to form government, senior UP lawmaker Alberto Garzon said on Tuesday.
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Verhofstadt says 'problems need to be solved' before Brexit deal can be ratified

Verhofstadt says 'problems need to be solved' before Brexit deal can be ratified

Verhofstadt told MEPs that “problems need to be solved” before the Withdrawal Agreement can be recommended to member states for approval.
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The World Travel Market: giving us a taste of travel experiences waiting to be discovered

The World Travel Market: giving us a taste of travel experiences waiting to be discovered

Thousands from the travel and tourism sectors are promoting all sorts of holiday destinations - ranging from capital cities to exotic islands, at the World Travel Market in London.
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ECJ advice suggests jailed Catalan leader could have sought immunity as an MEP

ECJ advice suggests jailed Catalan leader could have sought immunity as an MEP

The advice from Advocate General Maciej Szpunar is a boost for the Catalan separatist movement and Oriol Junqueras, who was voted into the European Parliament in May despite being detained in Spain since 2017 after an illegal independence referendum.
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Israeli and Palestinian forces exchange rocket attacks as tensions escalate

Israeli and Palestinian forces exchange rocket attacks as tensions escalate

Sirens sounded in Israeli cities on Tuesday as Palestinian militants fired rockets in retaliation for the assassination of a Islamic Jihad leader in the Gaza Strip.
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Paris Peace Forum: Macron attacks ‘hypocrisy’ over backlash to his NATO criticism

Paris Peace Forum: Macron attacks ‘hypocrisy’ over backlash to his NATO criticism

The French president hit out at ‘priggishness and hypocrisy’ in the backlash to his criticism of international institutions including NATO.
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Hungary's economic figures 'prove' there is no systematic corruption

Hungary's economic figures 'prove' there is no systematic corruption

Hungary's foreign minister Péter Szijjártó told Euronews that there was no systematic corruption in his country. The EU's anti-fraud office begs to differ.
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North Macedonia president meets Macron after French veto on EU accession talks

North Macedonia president meets Macron after French veto on EU accession talks

Stevo Pendarovski and Emmanuel Macron meet in Paris, weeks after France blocked a start date for EU membership talks for North Macedonia and Albania.
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French riot police clash with Catalan independence activists on border with Spain

French riot police clash with Catalan independence activists on border with Spain

French riot police were dispersing hundreds of Catalan pro-independence demonstrators who had been blocking a major road link that connects the Spanish region with France for nearly 24 hours.
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Poland presses Netflix to change documentary about Nazi death camp guard

Poland presses Netflix to change documentary about Nazi death camp guard

Poland's government is pressuring the online streaming service to alter a map in its The Devil Next Door documentary series, which shows Nazi death camps inside the border of modern Poland.
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After the election deadlock, which parties could govern Spain?

After the election deadlock, which parties could govern Spain?

Seven months later, the Spaniards have returned to the polls. However, after the November 10 election, the possible majorities in the Spanish Parliament have become even more complicated. According to the results, the socialists have won the elect...
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Western Balkan leaders plot their own 'mini-Schengen' zone

Western Balkan leaders plot their own 'mini-Schengen' zone

After Albania and North Macedonia had their EU accession bid vetoed weeks ago, Western Balkan leaders have met to discuss their own free transit zone.
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Turkey stops truck carrying 82 migrants bound for Europe

Turkey stops truck carrying 82 migrants bound for Europe

Turkey seized 82 migrants in the coastal town of Ayvacik on Monday after finding them in back of a truck.
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Evo Morales resigns: Is Bolivia facing a coup d'etat?

Evo Morales resigns: Is Bolivia facing a coup d'etat?

Morales said he was resigning to ease violence that has gripped the South American nation since the last election in October, but he stoked fears of further unrest by saying he was the victim of a "civic coup" and faced arrest.
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Responsible tourism, adventure and reinventing luxury: highlights of London's World Travel Market

Responsible tourism, adventure and reinventing luxury: highlights of London's World Travel Market

Responsible tourism, adventure travel and reinventing luxury are just some of the highlights of the 40th edition of London's World Travel Market
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Hong Kong rocked by violent clashes as protester shot by police officer

Hong Kong rocked by violent clashes as protester shot by police officer

Protesters threw petrol bombs at police after a weekend of clashes across the Chinese-ruled territory, marking a dramatic escalation in more than five months of often violent pro-democracy unrest.
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Australian fire authorities issue 'catastrophic warning' for first time in Sydney

Australian fire authorities issue 'catastrophic warning' for first time in Sydney

The warning comes after two states were ravaged by dozens of out of control wildfires this past weekend.
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Political stalemate and the rise of the right: what you need to know about the Spanish Election

Political stalemate and the rise of the right: what you need to know about the Spanish Election

Stalemate in Spanish election as Socialists win with no majority and right wing Vox doubles seats
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Paris march against Islamophobia divides the left and draws government criticism

Paris march against Islamophobia divides the left and draws government criticism

Over 13,500 people marched in Paris on Sunday against Islamophobia, in a controversial protest that created tensions on the left and attracted criticism from the French government and right-wing parties.
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Extinction Rebellion floats British house mock-up "sinking" in Thames in climate protest

Extinction Rebellion floats British house mock-up "sinking" in Thames in climate protest

Extinction Rebellion staged the protest as parts of northern and central England were struggling with the aftermath of floods that began last week when severe storms brought a month's rainfall in less than 24 hours.
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Protesters clash with police in Hong Kong as anti-government protests continue

Protesters clash with police in Hong Kong as anti-government protests continue

Police clashed with protesters in Hong Kong as pro-democracy supporters took to the streets for the 24th consecutive weekend
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Dozens of flood warnings in UK as heavy rain expected to continue

Dozens of flood warnings in UK as heavy rain expected to continue

Severe flood warnings have been issued in England as flooding continues to force people from their homes
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'Freedom for political prisoners,' Catalan separatists chant on election eve

'Freedom for political prisoners,' Catalan separatists chant on election eve

'Freedom for political prisoners,' Catalan separatists chant on election eve
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Romania's Iohannis in pole position for presidential vote

Romania's Iohannis in pole position for presidential vote

Opinion polls show Iohannis, 60, a centrist liberal, winning the ballot with some 40% of the vote. If the polls are correct he will have to face a runoff on November 24, which he is also expected to win
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Voter apathy, rise of the far-right, Catalonia turmoil: Here's what's shaping the Spanish elections

Voter apathy, rise of the far-right, Catalonia turmoil: Here's what's shaping the Spanish elections

Catalonia's conflict continues to play a key role in the electoral campaign, fuelled by the sentence of the Catalan separatist politicians and the unrest in the streets.
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Ukraine's army and Russian-backed separatists pull back from village in eastern region

Ukraine's army and Russian-backed separatists pull back from village in eastern region

They two sides, who've been fighting since 2014, began withdrawing from the village of Petrivske in the disputed Donbass region on Saturday.
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London's National Gallery displays single Da Vinci painting in 'immersive' exhibition

London's National Gallery displays single Da Vinci painting in 'immersive' exhibition

"The Virgin of the Rocks" was once displayed in a church in Milan that has since been destroyed.
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Weary Spanish voters prepare for fourth election in four years

Weary Spanish voters prepare for fourth election in four years

Political leaders have made a final appeal to voters before Sunday's snap election that looks unlikely to resolve Spain's parliamentary gridlock.
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Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, how unified is Germany?

Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, how unified is Germany?

The fall of the Berlin Wall on 9 November, 1990, triggered a process that would see East and West Germany reunified as one country a year later. But today only 38 per cent of Germans in the former East feel that reunification has been successful.
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Watch: Bolivian police join scattered anti-Morales protests

Watch: Bolivian police join scattered anti-Morales protests

Scattered cases of police 'mutiny' are adding to the pressure on President Evo Morales amid a weeks-long standoff over a disputed election last month.
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Turkey will begin sending ISIS fighters back to Europe 'from Monday', says minister

Turkey will begin sending ISIS fighters back to Europe 'from Monday', says minister

Ankara has vowed to send European militants back to their home countries whether they are welcome or not.
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'Chisels were sold out across Berlin': Euronews remembers the night the wall fell

'Chisels were sold out across Berlin': Euronews remembers the night the wall fell

'Chisels were sold out across Berlin': Euronews journalists remember the fall of the wall
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Pesticides: a threat to public health? France's toxic debate

Pesticides: a threat to public health? France's toxic debate

France plans to introduce buffer zones between crops fields and residential areas, to comply with EU rules. The debate has become toxic in many parts of the country, where tensions run high between residents worried about their health, and farmers...
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