In this week’s episode of Cult, Euronews meets some of the classical music stars performing at the Tsinandali Festival in Georgia.
On this week’s Futuris, Euronews meets the scientists in Greece helping to preserve and teach traditional craft practices using technology.
French President Emmanuel Macron has urged Lebanon’s leaders to form a government within six weeks. That is in line with his initiative to rescue the Lebanese from their political and economic crisis.
As the recession bites in Singapore, the government is tightening up its work visa rules for foreigners. Up until now, the Asian financial centre has attracted international companies by making it easy to do business there.
Indonesia’s government is close to completing a national mapping project – but Indigenous communities say they have been excluded from the process.
State Attorney General Letitia James’ proposed that the NYPD says should abandon its policy of traffics stops because they often end in violence, citing case of Allan Feliz, who was shot dead when the situation escalated following a routine stop.
The global death toll from COVID-19 now exceeds one million. In India The official count of confirmed coronavirus cases has now exceeded six million people, with almost 100,000 deaths reported from the pandemic. India has the second highest number of cases worldwide, after the United States.
A UK tech startup has developed an app called “Mind the Gap” to remind people of the need to socially distance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Journalists in Hong Kong are warning of a new threat to media freedom. Police have announced a new […]
Heavy fighting has erupted in the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Both […]
Amazon’s home security subsidiary Ring has released a tiny drone to watch over users’ possessions while they’re gone – capitalizing on paranoia and laziness while further cementing the presence of Big Brother in the home.
This year’s car-free day in Paris comes amid a surge in cycling in the French capital, as a growing number of commuters choose to ride a bike instead of taking public transportation out of fear of the coronavirus.
Dictators around the world are shunning traditional media outlets and instead turning their attention to social media to rebrand their image.
Conservationists in Kenya are planning to use in vitro fertilisation (IVF) in an attempt to save the northern white rhino.
The British government is considering new laws that will allow spies engaged in undercover work to commit crimes… If there’s a good reason for it.
Researchers in Australia have identified and mapped more than 380 suspected detention facilities in Xinjiang, that northwestern part of China where the government has interned hundreds of thousands, possibly more than a million, Muslim minorities including the Uighurs.
A powerful Vatican cardinal caught up in a real estate scandal resigned suddenly on Thursday and gave up his right to take part in an eventual conclave to elect a pope, in one of the most mysterious episodes to hit the Holy See in years.
The ‘Jesus of Siberia’ has been arrested on numerous charges, including the founding of an illegal religious organization, extorting money from his followers, and subjecting people to emotional abuse and grievous bodily harm.
A new exhibition has opened in London, exploring 100 years of refugee experiences.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong was arrested for “unlawful assembly” related to a 2019 protest against a government ban on face masks, according to a post on his official Twitter account.
Meet Imelda Mbambu, a widow in DRC, who has taken on what’s traditionally a man’s job in the country to keep food on the table for her family of six.
It had been hoped that 2020 would be the year the world got to grips with tackling the climate crisis.
The so-called burqa ban has been in place since August 2019 and women who cover their faces on public transport or in buildings including schools and hospitals risk a 150 euro fine.
From above it’s a pin prick in the waters off Yemen. But experts say this decaying oil tanker is like a floating bomb that could go off at any moment.
In Senegal, one man has created a lush oasis in the middle of the desert. Goran N’Diaye is a pioneer of permaculture.
Chinese tech giant Huawei says it is battling for survival against the “non-stop aggression” from the US government.
Wildfires are ravaging the US West Coast and Brazilian wetlands at unprecedented rates, fueled by rising temperatures that lead to droughts, sparking more intense fires.