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Good Morning Europe

Good Morning Europe

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.
12 Videos
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.
9 Videos
World News

World News

The latest news stories from around the world, including business, sports and cultural events.
41 Videos
Polish newspaper criticised over plans to print 'LGBT free zone' stickers

Polish newspaper criticised over plans to print 'LGBT free zone' stickers

A newspaper in Poland has ignited a debate after announcing a plan to print "LGBT free-zone" stickers with its next issue.
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Watch: LEGO celebrate moon-landing with life-sized model astronaut

Watch: LEGO celebrate moon-landing with life-sized model astronaut

This model took a team of master LEGO builder nearly 300 hours to make, using more than 30,000 plastic bricks.
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Could Spain be heading towards another general election?

Could Spain be heading towards another general election?

Podemos votes to support Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, only if the party receives key cabinet roles.
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Dutch top court rules Netherlands partially responsible for deaths of Muslim men in Srebrenica

Dutch top court rules Netherlands partially responsible for deaths of Muslim men in Srebrenica

Dutch top court rules Netherlands partially responsible for deaths of Muslim men in Srebrenica
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Finland's open prisons: A model for the rest of Europe?

Finland's open prisons: A model for the rest of Europe?

30 per cent of all Finnish prisoners serve sentences in open prisons.
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Dozens die in suspected arson attack in Japan, marking country's worst mass killing in decades

Dozens die in suspected arson attack in Japan, marking country's worst mass killing in decades

At least 33 people have been killed and 10 are in a critical condition after a suspected arson attack at an animation studio in Kyoto.
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Pregnant migrant in Hungary 'given 17-guard escort to check-up'

Pregnant migrant in Hungary 'given 17-guard escort to check-up'

A pregnant migrant in Hungary was escorted to a regular check-up by 17 guards, claims a UN report that criticised the "prison-like" migrant transit zones on the country's border with Serbia.
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Watch: Onboard footage from jet-powered flyboard during Bastille Day celebrations

Watch: Onboard footage from jet-powered flyboard during Bastille Day celebrations

Onboard footage has emerged from a jet-powered flyboard as it stole the show at Paris' Bastille Day celebrations on Sunday.
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Watch: Protester dressed as ancient Roman jumps into Trevi fountain

Watch: Protester dressed as ancient Roman jumps into Trevi fountain

A protester who jumped into the Trevi fountain dressed as an ancient Roman senator has been slapped with a €550 fine.
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Moon landing anniversary: How did the historic space race play out?

Moon landing anniversary: How did the historic space race play out?

Fifty years ago, history was made when humans took the first steps on the moon.
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Watch: Food initiative tackles Cyprus' lionfish invasion

Watch: Food initiative tackles Cyprus' lionfish invasion

With the invasion of lionfish in the eastern Mediterranean reaching worrying levels, an EU-funded initiative is promoting the fish as food in Cyprus.
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Watch: Herd of sheep enjoy ur'baaa'n life as they tour French cities

Watch: Herd of sheep enjoy ur'baaa'n life as they tour French cities

The project was organised by the "Urban Shepherds" collective, to encourage cities to rethink urban and rural divides and integrate more farm animals into day-to-day living.
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Your Call in full: Is Ursula von der Leyen qualifed to be European Commission President?

Your Call in full: Is Ursula von der Leyen qualifed to be European Commission President?

Euronews' Darren McCaffrey was joined by MEPs to discuss Ursula von der Leyen's qualifications for the European Commission presidency. Watch the full episode for live coverage from Tuesday night's vote in Strasbourg.
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Iran says it has seized a foreign tanker 'smuggling fuel in the Gulf'

Iran says it has seized a foreign tanker 'smuggling fuel in the Gulf'

Iran seized a foreign tanker with 12 crew accused of smuggling fuel in the Gulf, state television quoted Iran's Revolutionary Guards as saying on Thursday.
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Space leaders recall how the Apollo Moon landing gave them inspiration

Space leaders recall how the Apollo Moon landing gave them inspiration

To celebrate the anniversary, NASA has restored the old control room from which the Apollo-era flight directors oversaw the mission. It's a place of pilgrimage for their successors.
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Meet the French astronomers still making new discoveries thanks to the Apollo astronauts

Meet the French astronomers still making new discoveries thanks to the Apollo astronauts

It's 50 years since the Apollo Moon landings, when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made their first steps on the lunar surface. And instruments that those two astronauts placed on the Moon are still being used every day.
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'Salvini is a coward': Outburst as EU divisions persist on migration

'Salvini is a coward': Outburst as EU divisions persist on migration

A newly-elected MEP has called Italy's Matteo Salvini a coward over his stance on migration.
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Half a century on, moon landing conspiracy theories persist

Half a century on, moon landing conspiracy theories persist

As the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking Apollo 11 mission nears, the question that has excited conspiracy theorists for half a century is still there: did humans actually set foot on the moon?
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2019 Africa Cup of Nations: Fans’ brotherhood and national pride ahead of Algeria-Senegal final

2019 Africa Cup of Nations: Fans’ brotherhood and national pride ahead of Algeria-Senegal final

"When a national team plays, it represents you, there’s pride," Karim, a shopkeeper in Lyon and an Algerian football fan told Euronews ahead of Friday's game.
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Crowd chants 'send her back' at rally after Trump accused of racism

Crowd chants 'send her back' at rally after Trump accused of racism

The crowd at a re-election rally started chanting "send her back" after Trump doubled his attacks on Minnesota representative Ilhan Omar.
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Europe could experience another heatwave next week

Europe could experience another heatwave next week

"June was the hottest June on record and July is now shaping up to be the hottest July on record," Michael Mann, Climate Scientist, Professor & Director of the Penn State ESSC, told Euronews.
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Watch: Underground city attracts throngs of visitors to Turkey

Watch: Underground city attracts throngs of visitors to Turkey

Archaeologists have estimated that the city was probably built in the late Byzantine period, 600-800 years ago.
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FaceApp: Are security concerns around viral app founded?

FaceApp: Are security concerns around viral app founded?

FaceApp has gone viral this week, but many users on social media have raised concerns surrounding privacy and facial recognition. Do these concerns have any basis?
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Europe could experience another heatwave next week

Europe could experience another heatwave next week

"June was the hottest June on record and July is now shaping up to be the hottest July on record," Michael Mann, Climate Scientist, Professor & Director of the Penn State ESSC, told Euronews.
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Moon-landing 50th anniversary: Europe's space chief outlines plans for 'moon village'

Moon-landing 50th anniversary: Europe's space chief outlines plans for 'moon village'

As commemoration mark 50 years since man first stepped on the moon, Europe's space chief has been talking about his plans for Earth's natural satellite.
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Watch: Neil Armstrong's spacesuit unveiled for public display

Watch: Neil Armstrong's spacesuit unveiled for public display

"If Neil Armstrong wasn't a hero, then there are no heroes," said US Vice President Mike Pence.
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Watch: Divers discover human-sized jellyfish off Falmouth coast

Watch: Divers discover human-sized jellyfish off Falmouth coast

Lizzie Daly and Dan Abbott, who discovered the specimen, estimated it to be around 1.5-metres-long — as large as the divers themselves.
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Spitzenkandidaten: Is this the end of the political experiment?

Spitzenkandidaten: Is this the end of the political experiment?

Ursula von der Leyen will take the European Commission presidency on the 01st of November, but she was never a 'lead candidate' for the top job. Euronews look at the costs of the now redundant 'spitzenkandidaten' process.
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Moscow court considers extending detention of 24 Ukrainian sailors

Moscow court considers extending detention of 24 Ukrainian sailors

Families of 24 detained Ukrainian sailors have expressed pessimism over their release later today.
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Ursula von der Leyen: What is the view from Germany on the new European Commission president?

Ursula von der Leyen: What is the view from Germany on the new European Commission president?

Ursula von der Leyen might not be a well-known figure across Europe just yet, but she is the longest-serving minister in Angela Merkel's cabinet. As Defence Minister, she has faced some controversy lately over contracts related to the German milit...
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Bulgaria’s ‘biggest leak’: Suspect arrested after cyber attack

Bulgaria’s ‘biggest leak’: Suspect arrested after cyber attack

Bulgarian police said on Wednesday they have arrested a suspect for a cyber attack on the country's National Revenue Agency (NRA), which led to the leak of personal and financial data of millions of people.
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World Emoji Day: Ever wondered where emojis came from?

World Emoji Day: Ever wondered where emojis came from?

Watch Euronews' Emma Beswick explain the history of emoticons and emojis.
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'Very relieved': Ursula von der Leyen gets Europe's top job in narrow vote

'Very relieved': Ursula von der Leyen gets Europe's top job in narrow vote

But the first woman to hold Europe’s top job told Euronews that she was simply pleased to win after having only 13 days to convince MEPs.
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MEPs narrowly back Ursula von der Leyen as next European Commission president

MEPs narrowly back Ursula von der Leyen as next European Commission president

Germany's defence minister was confirmed as Jean-Claude Juncker's successor by 9 votes over the minimum after a much-criticised nomination process.
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Watch: Russians compete in grass scything contest

Watch: Russians compete in grass scything contest

Traditional tools came to the fore in Russia at the weekend with the holding of an annual scything competition.
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Watch: German MEP stages protest against Von der Leyen in EU Parliament

Watch: German MEP stages protest against Von der Leyen in EU Parliament

Nico Semsrott of satirical party Die PARTEI staged a protest over European Commission presidential hopeful Ursula von der Leyen ahead of a vote on her nomination.
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Something for everyone at NOS Alive

Something for everyone at NOS Alive

Euronews meets the headliners of NOS Alive festival and finds there really is an act for everyone.
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Russian and Georgian delegations meet for first time since Tbilisi protests

Russian and Georgian delegations meet for first time since Tbilisi protests

Representatives of Russia and Georgia have met for the first time since mass anti-Russian protests in the Georgian capital Tbilisi last month. Around 240 people were hurt as protesters tried to storm the parliament after a Russian MP took the Spe...
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Greek police question suspect over death of American scientist

Greek police question suspect over death of American scientist

Greek police question suspect over death of American scientist
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Analysis: How well did Von der Leyen do in her pitch for EU top job?

Analysis: How well did Von der Leyen do in her pitch for EU top job?

Von der Leyen spoke about what she called Europe's duty to save lives in the Mediterranean, citing the 17,000 people drowned there in the last 5 years. She promised a new migration pact to tackle the problem, as well as a carbon-neutral Europe by ...
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Watch: May welcomes England cricket team to Downing Street after World Cup triumph

Watch: May welcomes England cricket team to Downing Street after World Cup triumph

In a final that left fans on the edge of their seats, England drew with New Zealand but secured their victory by virtue of scoring more boundaries.
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Hip-hop festival evacuated as nearby forest fire threatened revellers

Hip-hop festival evacuated as nearby forest fire threatened revellers

Police advised organisers to act after heavy winds threatened to push the blaze closer to the festival site on the island of Pag.
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Macron demands explanation after arrest of Franco-Iranian researcher in Iran

Macron demands explanation after arrest of Franco-Iranian researcher in Iran

Emmanuel Macron says he's waiting for "clarifications" after Franco-Iranian researcher Fariba Adelkhah was detained in June in Iran.
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No-deal Brexit looms as Johnson, Hunt declare backstop 'dead'

No-deal Brexit looms as Johnson, Hunt declare backstop 'dead'

Both candidates to become prime minister significantly hardened their position on Brexit saying the Northern Ireland backstop is “dead.”
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EU says Iran nuclear deal 'still alive'

EU says Iran nuclear deal 'still alive'

But Israeli's Netanyahu likened the EU position on Iran's nuclear activities to the appeasement of Nazi Germany ahead of World War Two.
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Can Greece become EU's 'most business-friendly' country?

Can Greece become EU's 'most business-friendly' country?

In an exclusive interview with Euronews, Greece's new Minister for Growth and Investments, Adonis, Georgiadis, detailed some of the measures the government will take to turn the country into "the most business-friendly country of the European Union"
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Watch: Underwater music festival fills ocean with sound

Watch: Underwater music festival fills ocean with sound

The musical performances were ocean-themed, filling the seas with 'Yellow Submarine', 'Fins' and the theme from Disney's 'The Little Mermaid'.
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Watch back: Bastille Day fireworks in Paris

Watch back: Bastille Day fireworks in Paris

The traditional fireworks display is organised to celebrate Bastille Day.
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