US to send troops to Saudi Arabia after attacks on oil installations

US to send troops to Saudi Arabia after attacks on oil installations

Drone strikes on key Saudi oil installations last Saturday have reduced the flow of the world's oil supplies by about five percent.
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Germany's health minister visits Mexico in nurse recruitment drive

Germany's health minister visits Mexico in nurse recruitment drive

Nurses have already been recruited from Kosovo and the Philippines as Germany's aging population is putting a big strain on its health services.
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Feminist protest in Madrid draws attention to domestic violence

Feminist protest in Madrid draws attention to domestic violence

Thousands of protesters gathered in Madrid on Friday to march against domestic violence and a series of high-profile rape cases.
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Global climate strikes: it's not just affluent western nations

Global climate strikes: it's not just affluent western nations

From Kabul to Tuvalu, climate marches this Friday did not just take place in affluent western nations.
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Watch: Drought kills hundreds of fish in Greek lake

Watch: Drought kills hundreds of fish in Greek lake

Hundreds of fish have washed up on the shores of a lake after drought caused a drop in the water level. The phenomenon is blamed on high temperatures and a lack of rainfall.
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Watch back: Jeremy Corbyn speaks on climate crisis

Watch back: Jeremy Corbyn speaks on climate crisis

Labour leader says the government will 'hear demands' of youth activists.
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El Gouna Film Festival opens in Egypt

El Gouna Film Festival opens in Egypt

The third edition of the El Gouna Film Festival has opened its curtains in Egypt. More than 200 movie stars and filmmakers made an appearance on the red carpet opening night.
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'Brexit destroyed my business': The small business owners who left the UK

'Brexit destroyed my business': The small business owners who left the UK

As the prospect of a no-deal Brexit moves closer, some small business owners have decided to move their companies out of the UK
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Watch: Eyeball drinks on the menu at Hong Kong restaurant in honour of protesters

Watch: Eyeball drinks on the menu at Hong Kong restaurant in honour of protesters

This Hong Kong restaurant is paying tribute to a woman whose eye was injured during pro-democracy protests. The woman became a symbol of alleged police violence during demonstrations.
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Watch: Norway's last coal miners fight for survival against climate policy

Watch: Norway's last coal miners fight for survival against climate policy

Norway's last coal mine, in the Arctic archipelago, is under threat of closure. It is situated in the northernmost town on Earth – which is also the fastest heating, thanks to climate change.
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How summer 2019 was hellish for the Arctic, the frontline of climate change and global warming

How summer 2019 was hellish for the Arctic, the frontline of climate change and global warming

Unprecedented wildfires, a record melt of the sea ice and some more extreme weather episodes have marked the 2019 summer season in the Arctic Circle. It was on a par or worse than the 2012 record melt and heat levels, showing that the North Pole i...
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Dubai is the new Milan as fashion designers head east

Dubai is the new Milan as fashion designers head east

Fashion designers and industry professionals are flocking to Dubai, which is fast making its mark in the world of haute couture.
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Black panther spotted prowling rooftops in northern France

Black panther spotted prowling rooftops in northern France

A black panther was photographed prowling rooftops in Armentières, in northern France.
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Scientists in Iceland fuse carbon dioxide into rock in a bid to combat climate change

Scientists in Iceland fuse carbon dioxide into rock in a bid to combat climate change

Iceland's glaciers are changing every year, so scientists are developing new ways to neutralize the harmful effects of carbon dioxide.
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Elections in Spain: What could influence the November elections to break the political impasse?

Elections in Spain: What could influence the November elections to break the political impasse?

Spaniards were frustrated and angry on Wednesday after being called to the polls for a fourth time in four years and some said they would stay away from the ballot box, making it harder to predict how the political deadlock could be broken.
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Global climate strikes kick off ahead of UN summit on climate change

Global climate strikes kick off ahead of UN summit on climate change

Thousands of students all over the world are set to participate.
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2019 Rugby World Cup: Euronews' guide to when, where and who

2019 Rugby World Cup: Euronews' guide to when, where and who

20 nations from 6 continents will compete over six weeks for the Webb Ellis Cup.
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Watch: Climate activists interrupt Swiss parliament & break into song

Watch: Climate activists interrupt Swiss parliament & break into song

Activists interrupted a session of the Swiss Federal Assembly on Thursday to call for more action to tackle the climate crisis.
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Watch: Fun in the Alpine sun, until the cows come home

Watch: Fun in the Alpine sun, until the cows come home

It's back to work for northern Italy's cows, who are returning from their Alpine summer holidays. The cows spend summer eating mountain grass before returning to their stables for winter.
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Watch: FIFA tells Iran women must be allowed into stadiums

Watch: FIFA tells Iran women must be allowed into stadiums

Iranian women have been banned from stadiums since the 1979 Islamic Revolution, however FIFA said it expects to see 'positive developments' starting with Iran's next home game in October.
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A Traviata for the 21st Century takes Paris by storm

A Traviata for the 21st Century takes Paris by storm

A daring new staging of Verdi's legendary "La Traviata" brings the classic tale into the internet age. And it has clicked with audiences.
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Germany's Climate Cabinet meets as global climate strike calls increase

Germany's Climate Cabinet meets as global climate strike calls increase

Germany's so-called climate cabinet to meet on Friday to come up with concrete climate change legislation, to coincide with the call for a day of global climate strike.
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Watch: Stormtrooper helmet, Joker's suit and Holy Hand Grenade up for auction

Watch: Stormtrooper helmet, Joker's suit and Holy Hand Grenade up for auction

An auction of film props set to make £6 million is showing its lots to the public in London until the end of the month.
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Green initiatives 'good for the economy', climate expert tells governments

Green initiatives 'good for the economy', climate expert tells governments

A climate change expert has said world governments must realise that green climate initiatives are actually good for the economy. Bob Ward, from the London School of Ecoomics’ Grantham Institute on Climate Change said the two aims need each other.
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Interpol-coordinated maritime border operation detects over 12 suspected foreign terrorist fighters

Interpol-coordinated maritime border operation detects over 12 suspected foreign terrorist fighters

A maritime border operation coordinated by Interpol has detected more than a dozen suspected "foreign terrorist fighters" (FTFs) travelling across the Mediterranean.
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Paris Saint-Germain thrash Real Madrid in Champions League opener

Paris Saint-Germain thrash Real Madrid in Champions League opener

It was a victorious night for Paris Saint-Germain who beat Real Madrid 3-0 in their Champions League opener, as the group stage fixtures get underway.
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Trudeau 'brownface' photo: Canadian PM apologizes for costume in 2001 photo

Trudeau 'brownface' photo: Canadian PM apologizes for costume in 2001 photo

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologised for a photograph showing him in "brownface" makeup at a fancy dress party in 2001, labelling it "a dumb thing to do."
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Emmanuel Macron and Giuseppe Conte talk migration policy in Rome

Emmanuel Macron and Giuseppe Conte talk migration policy in Rome

French President Emmanuel Macron met with Italian President Sergio Mattarella and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte in Rome on Wednesday.
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Donald Trump gives orders to 'substantially increase' sanctions on Iran

Donald Trump gives orders to 'substantially increase' sanctions on Iran

Donald Trump gives orders to 'substantially increase' sanctions on Iran
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Watch again: Supreme Court hears evidence on parliament suspension

Watch again: Supreme Court hears evidence on parliament suspension

UK's top judges will decide whether Boris Johnson's government broke the law.
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Raw Politics in full: No-deal Brexit warning

Raw Politics in full: No-deal Brexit warning

Tesa Arcilla is joined by politicians and journalists to discuss the major political issues that are defining and dividing Europe today.
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Ceremony honours fallen US soldiers in all-but-forgotten WWII battle

Ceremony honours fallen US soldiers in all-but-forgotten WWII battle

It might have been forgotten if it wasn't for some painstaking research.
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From the factory floor to prison, Lyon Biennale moves into uncharted territory

From the factory floor to prison, Lyon Biennale moves into uncharted territory

One of Europe's leading contemporary art events, the Lyon Biennale, embraces the metro area and the entire region.
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Watch: Parent of sick child confronts Johnson on hospital visit — 'the NHS has been destroyed'

Watch: Parent of sick child confronts Johnson on hospital visit — 'the NHS has been destroyed'

The father of a sick child confronted British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he visited an east London hospital on Wednesday.
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Energy “Trilemma” Debated at World Energy Congress in Abu Dhabi

Energy “Trilemma” Debated at World Energy Congress in Abu Dhabi

The World Energy Congress, an event and a council which represents more than 150 countries, was established in London in 1924.
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Scotland's Nicola Sturgeon gets award for being 'voice of reason' on Brexit

Scotland's Nicola Sturgeon gets award for being 'voice of reason' on Brexit

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been given an award by the German media for being "the voice of reason" in the Brexit crisis.
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EU warns climate change could wipe out crop production in Europe

EU warns climate change could wipe out crop production in Europe

Crop and livestock production is projected to decrease and may even have to be abandoned in parts of Europe’s southern and Mediterranean regions due to the negative impacts of climate change, according to officials.
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What is the UK Supreme Court, and what will this hearing mean for the prorogation of parliament?

What is the UK Supreme Court, and what will this hearing mean for the prorogation of parliament?

As the three-day hearing against Boris Johnson's prorogation of parliament gets underway, we lay out the fundamentals of the court in which this case is being heard.
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Defending the Amazon forest from deforestation 'can cost you your life' says new HRW report

Defending the Amazon forest from deforestation 'can cost you your life' says new HRW report

Conflicts over the use of land and resources in the Amazon have taken the lives of more than 300 people says new HRW report.
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Raw Politics in full: Brexit Disconnect

Raw Politics in full: Brexit Disconnect

Tesa Arcilla is joined by politicians and journalists to discuss the major political issues that are defining and dividing Europe today.
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Game of Thrones tapestry exhibition draws huge crowds in France

Game of Thrones tapestry exhibition draws huge crowds in France

The tapestry was made with the same material used to make the costumes for the show.
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Sarah Thomas: Cancer survivor becomes first to swim English Channel four times non-stop

Sarah Thomas: Cancer survivor becomes first to swim English Channel four times non-stop

Sarah Thomas, 37, set off from Dover on Sunday morning and completed the gruelling feat in 54 hours and 13 minutes, according to a swim tracker.
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Watch: Rescuers save Orcas stranded on Argentine beach

Watch: Rescuers save Orcas stranded on Argentine beach

Rescue workers and volunteers have saved six of seven orcas that became stranded on a beach. A local spotted the whales and firefighters and marine biologists were sent to the scene.
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Watch: Robots set to join surgical teams across the UK

Watch: Robots set to join surgical teams across the UK

The NHS is developing a £50 million framework for robotic surgical equipment. Surgeons use computers to operate four robotic arms, which are used to control instruments.
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Apple bites back: Tech behemoth takes on the Europe Union over tax bill

Apple bites back: Tech behemoth takes on the Europe Union over tax bill

In one corner, the poster child for American tech success. In the other, the world's foremost authority on corporate regulation. The prize: €13 billion euros in back taxes.
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A Brexit lunch and an empty podium

A Brexit lunch and an empty podium

Walking in step but moving in opposite directions. Such was the cacaphony of protest that Boris Johnson's team decided against holding a joint news conference after talks with the Luxembourg prime minister.
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UK Supreme Court hears cases that PM Johnson's parliament suspension is illegal

UK Supreme Court hears cases that PM Johnson's parliament suspension is illegal

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government will seek to persuade Britain’s top court this week that his decision to suspend parliament until shortly before the date for Brexit was not illegal as Scottish judges concluded last week.
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