Watch: Harry Potter studio tour expands into banking with Gringotts set

Watch: Harry Potter studio tour expands into banking with Gringotts set

Visitors can examine goblin prosthetics, explore the Lestrange vault and even see the Sword of Gryffindor up close,
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Report: Afghanistan sees increase in civilian casualties

Almost 11,000 civilians were killed in the country in 2018 and the Taliban is in a stronger military position now than at any point since 2001.
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The motion restoring Russia's voting rights — revoked in 2014 over the illegal annexation of Crimea — was approved late on Monday evening with 118 votes in favour, 62 against, and 10 abstentions.
Sanctions and other pressure will 'bring Iran to the table': US national security adviser

Sanctions and other pressure will 'bring Iran to the table': US national security adviser

The US national security adviser John Bolton spoke in Jerusalem about new sanctions against Iran and other Middle East political issues.
Watch: Cuba's shrunken Jewish population works to restore historic cemetery

Watch: Cuba's shrunken Jewish population works to restore historic cemetery

This cemetery, which contains more than 1,600 gravesites, is one of only two Jewish graveyards remaining in Cuba. Many Jewish families left the island after the 1959 revolution, leaving their dead in the care of those who remained.
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Watch: Student breaks upside down Rubik's Cube record

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Khashoggi's fiancée reiterates call for international investigation into his murder

Khashoggi's fiancée reiterates call for international investigation into his murder

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London tube 'pusher' who shoved ex-Eurotunnel chief onto track gets life sentence

London tube 'pusher' who shoved ex-Eurotunnel chief onto track gets life sentence

London tube 'pusher' who shoved ex-Eurotunnel chief onto track gets life sentence
Pakistani girls trafficked to China as brides 'exaggerated' stories, says Pakistan FM

Pakistani girls trafficked to China as brides 'exaggerated' stories, says Pakistan FM

In an interview with Euronews, Pakistan's Foreign Minister said reports that Pakistani Christian children were being trafficked into China were stories "planted" to cause friction between the two countries.
'Palestine is not for sale' - Palestinian representative to UK slams Kushner peace plan

'Palestine is not for sale' - Palestinian representative to UK slams Kushner peace plan

In an interview with Euronews, Husam Zomlot Head of Palestinian Mission to the UK, and formerly ambassador to Washington, has blasted Jared Kushner's so called Prosperity to Peace plan set to be unveiled today an a special conference in Bahrain.
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Temperatures expected to break all-time highs for June in coming days across Europe

Temperatures expected to break all-time highs for June in coming days across Europe

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US-Iran tensions could 'jeopardise' Afghanistan says Pakistan's Foreign Minister

US-Iran tensions could 'jeopardise' Afghanistan says Pakistan's Foreign Minister

In an interview with Euronews, Pakistan's Foreign Minister warned that the escalating situation between the US and Iran could have consequences on Afghanistan.
Iran's Rouhani says new US sanctions 'show Trump's desperation'

Iran's Rouhani says new US sanctions 'show Trump's desperation'

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The science of heatwaves: How will this week compare to 2003?

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Milan-Cortina d'Ampezzo awarded 2026 Olympic Winter Games

Milan-Cortina d'Ampezzo awarded 2026 Olympic Winter Games

Four other potential hosts earlier dropped out of the race with concerns over the size and cost of the event.
Two Eurofighter jets collide over Germany, one pilot found alive in tree

Two Eurofighter jets collide over Germany, one pilot found alive in tree

Two Eurofighter jets collide over Germany, one pilot found alive in tree
Watch: One country's trash is musical treasure in DRC

Watch: One country's trash is musical treasure in DRC

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Watch: Classmates help aspiring mechanic shift into top gear with 3D-printed arm

Watch: Classmates help aspiring mechanic shift into top gear with 3D-printed arm

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Watch: Floating turntable keeps vinyl up to date

Powered by magnets, the €2,460 platter floats as it plays music. The designer says the lack of motor makes for a crisper, clearer sound.
Turkish opposition: Nothing will be the same after Istanbul win

Turkish opposition: Nothing will be the same after Istanbul win

The defeat of Turkey’s ruling AK Party in the rerun of Istanbul’s mayoral race could pave the way to early general elections and ultimately bring an end to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s rule, a senior member of the opposition Republican People'...
Heatwave: what are the highest temperatures ever recorded in each EU state?

Heatwave: what are the highest temperatures ever recorded in each EU state?

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Colombia hoping to be 'Latin American Silicon Valley,' president tells Euronews

Colombia hoping to be 'Latin American Silicon Valley,' president tells Euronews

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Paris to open pools and parks longer during heatwave

Paris to open pools and parks longer during heatwave

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Could Imamoglu victory in Istanbul be 'beginning of the end' for Erdogan?

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