Euronews spoke to infectious disease experts about the coronavirus outbreak.
Euronews got experts together at the World Economic Forum in Davos to discuss the question.
Finland's Foreign Minister Pekko Haavisto believes that Brexit has brought the bloc closer together. He thinks other countries have seen the issues facing the UK and believe it's better to remain part of the bloc.
Bulgaria is in the grip of a health crisis as thousands of doctors and nurses leave the country. The result is a health system struggling to cope, where patients are left without key services.
Nursery school children in the United Arab Emirates are learning early about the importance of recycling leftover food.
Gathering heads of state, ministers and energy innovators together in the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week ran from January 11-18.
Chinese authorities have suspended planes and trains in and out of the city of Wuhan and 7 neighboring cities, in an effort to control the spread of the new virus. About 25 million people are being affected by it. At least 26 people have been kil...
The river border between Serbia and Hungary is a key entry point of entry for people trying to gain access to the EU. Hungary is trying to stop that.
The tweet comes just days before the Holocaust Memorial Day, marking the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
In an interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vučić said joining the European Union was of the “utmost significance” for the Serbian people.
The Chinese city at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak suspended travel including bus, subway, ferry, and passenger travel, Chinese state media said.
Nobel Peace Price winner and former pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi has defended the campaign against Rohingya — but a court could rule it as genocide.
As fears of contagion grow, points of entry are the focus for many national government, implementing prevention tactics.
One-third of the Earth's surface is at risk of drying up due to climate change and its effects are becoming visible in unexpected parts of the Mediterranean, Central, and Eastern Europe.
The president of the International Committee of the Red Cross spoke to Euronews at Davos on adapting to climate change.
"It’s not about giving handouts, it’s about giving a hand up," said the CEO of a philanthropic organisation in Africa.
"The information we have received suggests the possible involvement of the Crown Prince in surveillance of Mr Bezos, in an effort to influence, if not silence, The Washington Post's reporting on Saudi Arabia," the experts said in a statement.
An estimated 24 recovery centres for clergymen operate in Italy. Euronews reports on their methods and the controversies surrounding them.
We chat to Iris Van Herpen, the Dutch fashion visionary regarded as one of the industry’s most forward thinking creators
Men dominate in the top-level political positions in Greece, so this is a big deal.
Six people are now known to have died from the coronavirus. Health authorities worldwide are scrambling to come up with a response.
The historic impeachment trial of President Donald Trump got underway on Tuesday evening.
"The world, in case you haven't noticed, is currently on fire," she told world leaders, blaming them for their inability to take action and accusing them of using "empty words and promises" to cover their inaction.
"Do your job," said Vučić. "You are sovereign states. Serbia is a sovereign state. We do everything that is for the best for our people and for our country.”
There have been no commercial flights between Kosovo and Serbia in 21 years and it takes over five hours overland from Belgrade to Pristina.
The international accord signed by London and Washington allows both governments to control visits to the legendary shipwreck.
The Hong Kong Government condemned the demonstrators after two plainclothes police officers were set up by some protest march participants.
Harry's comments, at a Sentabale charity dinner in London. were the first remarks since he and Meghan Markle announced they were splitting from the royal family.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said countries with interests in the Libyan conflict had agreed that they should respect a much-violated arms embargo.
Thousands of protesters gathered in Bologna in northern Italy ahead of a regional vote on Jan 26 as Salvini hopes to topple the Five-Star Movement.
The test comes ahead of SpaceX's first transport of astronauts to the International Space Station.
Prince Harry and Meghan will stop using their HRH titles, Buckingham Palace said.
Protesters have taken to the streets to condemn a political elite that has been in power for decades.
Extinction Rebellion protested at the Brussels motor show to highlight how engines and the autmobile industry are damaging the environment.
More cases of a viral pneumonia outbreak have been reported in Chinese city of Wuhan as two people die from the virus which affects breathing.
A small fire was quickly put out at La Rotonde restaurant in the early hours on Saturday after a string of demonstrations across the city over pension reform proposals.
Matches at the Australian Open may be suspended if air pollution from the recent wildfires poses a risk to the players' health.
Alan Dershowitz will assist the US president in the upcoming Senate trial on Tuesday. The constitutional expert has said he will deliver arguments meant to shield Trump from allegations that he abused his power.
Gibraltar's chief minister, Fabian Picardo, says the territory should remain accessible to the rest of the EU after January 31.
A hypnotic animation produced by Copernicus' European Atmospheric Monitoring Service shows how Australian fires have generated so much smoke that it has gone around the world, back to Australia
Brazil's culture minister spoke about national art in a speech that closely resembled that of Hilter's propaganda chief.
For the fourth consecutive year, the WEF's annual meeting in Davos will be carbon-neutral, according to organisers.
Hungary is in the headlines again with allegations of large-scale land-grabbing by the ruling elite. Unreported Europe investigates whether leading politicians are handing out precious farmland to friends and family.
Award-winning Catalan-Spanish conductor and musician Jordi Savall, performed at Abu Dhabi’s Cultural Foundation theatre this month.
A school in the southwest of Yemen is implementing music lessons, in the hope of easing the stress of children living within the community.
Libya's Haftar holds talks in Athens ahead of Berlin summit