A man who grew up in a Romanian orphanage is now running for mayor to improve living conditions for others.
We take a look at how the press is covering a baggy trouser law in Florida that has taken years to get repealed. We also discuss coverage of more serious issues, such as the EU-China trade talks and the UAE-Bahrain-Israel pact, as well as ongoing tensions between Turkey, Brussels and France.
They disinfect critical areas, collect infectious material, wash thousands of sheets and coats – they are the cleaning crews inside Mexican hospitals who risk their lives every day to keep health centers clean, knowing that their efforts will often go unnoticed.
Greece has opened a 3,000-capacity tent camp for the migrants made homeless by the Moria fire.
On Smart Regions, Euronews finds out how the I-STORMS project is aiming to protect the Adriatic-Ionian area from sea storms.
The coronavirus pandemic is affecting everyone’s lives in many ways, including changes in eating habits.
Phase three of human trials for a Covid-19 vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca resumes after being temporarily halted last week when a participant became ill.
Events at the ‘Day of the Tankmen’ at the Sverdlovsky training ground was topped by the astonishing simultaneous ‘flight’ of three 40-ton T-72B3M tanks.
In the United States, firefighters are hoping a change of weather could help them battle around 100 blazes across several western states.
Historic peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban have begun today in a bid to end two decades of fighting and bloodshed.
Women who traveled from Britain and the EU to Syria to allegedly support ISIL are being smuggled out of detention camps through money raised online.
He says the potential removal from office for “moral incompetence” is a “conspiracy against democracy”.
French health authorities on Saturday reported 10,561 new confirmed Covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours, a new daily record as the number topped 10,000 for the first time.
Turkey has intensified its research and drill expeditions both in the Black Sea and the Mediterranean. The country […]
Border tensions between India and China are hurting the livelihoods of weavers and traders in Indian-administered Kashmir.
Unprecedented wildfires have forced half a million people to flee their homes in Oregon as unusually hot and dry weather fans flames across a number of western US states.
Hundreds of thousands have been displaced as the Nile river reached unprecedented levels.
A towering inferno at Beirut’s port has caused widespread panic in the Lebanese capital, just two days after another fire was put out at the site of an enormous explosion that killed nearly 200 people last month.
The panel discusses education disruption and wether education will go back to normality once the pandemic is over.
The World Wildlife Fund is warning of a huge drop in population sizes of fish, birds, reptiles and amphibians across the globe.
A police officer Aldo Oscar Pagano scaled a power pylon and threatened to jump during a protest demanding better pay and working conditions in Buenos Aires Province.
The alarm is intended to test out Germany’s warning systems and prepare the public for what to do in the event of a national emergency.
In late May several hundred German executives and their families who had been forced to leave China due to the pandemic were granted special permission to return to their workplaces there.
Frits Seelen begon na de val van de Muur met twee tuincentra in Berlijn en werd in no time de grootste en beste plantenhandelaar van de miljoenenstad. Tot grote ergernis van alle andere bouwmarkten die de plantenhandel in handen dachten te hebben.
As the world deals with the pandemic, every major tech player has vastly increased earnings in the lockdown.
Several fires have mostly destroyed the Moria migrant camp, home to more than 12,000 asylum seekers.
Sudan is enduring some of the worst flooding in years, destroying dozens of villages.