- BreakingHungarians urge the government to 'See the human' in pro-migration rally
On Friday (September 30), the Hungarian parliament in Budapest set the scene for a rally organisers have named ‘See the human!
- 5 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 9:10pm -
- BreakingHeavyweight champ Fury test positive for cocaine
Undefeated World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has tested positive for Cocaine.
- 5 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 8:25pm -
- BreakingAt least five soldiers killed in Mexico ambush
The local prosecutor's office says the attack took place in the early morning on the edge of the city of Culiacan in the home state of the Sinaloa cartel.
- 6 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 8:00pm -
- BreakingHundreds still at large following Brazil jail-break
The inmates fled from the Jardinopolis prison, around 160 kilometres northwest of Sao Paulo, Brazil's second city. Officials say they had set fire to several cells in one wing of the prison during a r
- 7 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 6:38pm -
- BreakingBrexit: the aftershocks
In this edition of Insiders, Euronews’ current affairs magazine with an in-depth look at the critical events shaping our world, we take a look at the impact of…
- 8 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 5:27pm -
- BreakingPope Francis takes first trip to Georgia, but not everyone is happy
Pope Francis is in Georgia for the first time.
- 9 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 4:52pm -
- BreakingBrexit shakes up thriving UK tech sector
The UK's digital tech sector was overwhelmingly opposed to Brexit. Some startups and tech professionals have already pulled the plug. After Brexit, could Techxit be next?
- 9 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 4:50pm -
- BreakingEconomist Andre Sapir explains impact of Brexit vote
Insiders speaks with Andre Sapir, an economist and senior fellow with the Bruegel think tank in Brussels, on what the United Kingdom can expect post-Brexit.
- 9 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 4:42pm -
- BreakingRollercoaster Friday for Deutsche Bank on settlement fears and hopes
Deutsche Bank's shares bounced back on Friday after a media report it was close to settling with US authorities over alleged misselling of mortgage-backed securities.
- 9 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 4:36pm -
- BreakingHungary's green agenda moves in two directions
Hungary has just announced plans to subsidise electric cars, but at the same time is blocking the installation of new wind turbines.
- 9 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 4:16pm -
- BreakingThailand confirms first Zika-related microcephaly cases
Thailand has reported its first confirmed cases of Zika-related birth defects.
- 10 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 3:53pm -
- BreakingEastern Aleppo: thousands trapped, hundreds dead, 30 doctors, 'six' hospitals
The offensive in Aleppo shows little sign of slowing down.
- 10 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 3:33pm -
- BreakingStolen Van Gogh paintings recovered by Italian police
The masterpieces, stolen more than a decade ago in Amsterdam, were found in a house linked to an international drug trafficker in Castellammare di Stabia, near Naples.
- 11 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 2:55pm -
- BreakingEuronews asks the experts what they think of Rosetta
A bittersweet day for the ESA as they celebrate the success of their comet mission after working together on the project for more than 30 years.
- 11 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 2:50pm -
- BreakingCanada triumph on home ice at World Cup of Hockey
Sidney Crosby cemented his status as one of hockey’s finest after he captained Canada to a second consecutive World Cup of Hockey title.
- 11 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 2:46pm -
- UK based carmakers voice concerns about Brexit effects
Britain's planned exit from the European Union is disturbing car company bosses, including the heads of Nissan and Jaguar Land Rover.
- 12 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 1:41pm -
- Turkey raids courthouses and jails in post-coup purge
Turkish police have raided courthouses and prisons as the post-coup crackdown continues.
- 12 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 1:30pm -
- Rosetta crash-lands on her comet
Scientists at the ESA control centre in Germany clapped and hugged after screens showed the loss of signal after the final, historic touchdown.
- 13 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 1:10pm -
- US band The Slants take lawsuit over name to Supreme Court
The Slants take fight over their name all the way to the US Supreme Court
- 13 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 1:02pm -
- Mission accomplished: Rosetta crash crowns ESA's historic achievement
The European Space Agency's Rosetta mission has come to a close with success after crash landing hits target
- 14 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 12:00pm -
- Deutsche Bank boss offers reassurance after shares slump
Deutsche Bank shares continued their gyrations - down nearly nine percent at one stage on Friday on fears about its stability.
- 14 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 11:55am -
- And also...Dangerous selfies, nuns tie the knot and a Spanish porn star mocks the establishment
Every Friday journalists from euronews’ various language teams choose a selection of stories from Europe and beyond which did not reach the international…
- 14 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 11:39am -
- Second photography flashpoint over war photos in Moscow
A group of men invaded the Sakharov Centre in the Russian capital and disrupted the exhibition of work which features photographs from Ukraine's embattled east.
- 14 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 11:17am -
- Philippines President likens himself to Hitler, wants to kill 3 million drug addicts
The leader, who backs vigilante death squads in his war on drugs, appeared to answer critics who call him a dictator by likening himself to the Nazi leader.
- 15 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 10:36am -
- Israel and the world say goodbye to Shimon Peres
Former Israeli President Shimon Peres is laid to rest in Jerusalem as a host of world leaders gather in his memory.
- 16 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 10:02am -
- Preparations intensify for Mosul offensive in Iraq
French fighter jets have taken off from the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier on a mission targeting the so-called Islamic State in its Iraqi stronghold of…
- 17 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 8:44am -
- Brexit ripples: hate crimes, anxiety and passport-hunting
Leaving the UK, applying for naturalisation, seeking an EU passport: some options weighed by British and foreign Europe-lovers after the Brexit vote.
- 18 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 7:56am -
- Staying informed on upcoming decision-making and law-changes
Pawel Wargan, a London-based lawyer with Polish roots, is the co-founder of “Immigrants’ Helpline” – giving legal advice to Polish and other EU-citizens having concerns about their future in a after-B
- 18 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 7:55am -
- 'Pop!' Princess Charlotte speaks in public for the first time
Britain’s Duke and Duchess of Cambridge treated their young family to a play day on Thursday, on their official visit to Canada.
- 22 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 3:15am -
- Academic back in Canada after being freed from Iran detention
Canadian-Iranian academic Homa Hoodfar flew back into Montreal on Thursday, after authorities in Iran released her from custody.
- 23 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 3:06am -
- Germany: Zschaepe breaks silence in neo-Nazi murder trial
The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi murder trial in Germany broke her silence in court on Thursday.
- 23 hours ago, 30 Sep 16, 2:51am -
- US election: Trump accused of violating Cuba trade embargo
US media reports claim presidential candidate Donald Trump tried to do business in Cuba in the 1990s, in breach of the American trade embargo.
- 1 day ago, 30 Sep 16, 1:20am -
- Syria: US on verge of ending peace talks with Russia
As Russia vows to press ahead with its Aleppo offensive, the US says it is on the verge of ending Syria peace talks with Moscow.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 11:23pm -
- Space: Rosetta mission to come crashing to a close
The Rosetta space mission is about to come crashing to an end.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 9:18pm -
- Saudi Arabia warns US over 9/11 lawsuits bill
Saudi Arabia has expressed “great concern” and warned of “serious unintended consequences”, following the US Congress’s decision to overrule President Obama and push through a law allowing legal acti
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 8:52pm -
- Ukraine urges the world to remember the Babi Yar massacre
Ukraine has hosted memorial services to remember those massacred 75 years ago at the Babi Yar ravine.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 8:18pm -
- Scores injured as commuter train derails in US
A train has derailed in a station in the US state of New Jersey. The locomotive came off the rails at Hoboken station, 11 kilometres from New York City.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 6:55pm -
- Iraq president on democracy and the decline of ISIL
Euronews’ Aissa Boukanoun sits down with Iraqi leader Dr Muhammad Fuad Masum to talk about the Battle of Mosul, democracy and Daesh.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 6:33pm -
- Ogier leads after Corsica Rally shakedown
Sebastien Ogier signalled his intent to wrap up the season long title early by setting the fastest time in the shakedown for the Corsica Rally.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 6:29pm -
- Afghan president formalises controversial pact with notorious warlord
Aghan president Ashraf Ghani has formalised a controversial pact with one of the country’s most notorious warlords.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 5:40pm -
- Paris Motor Show: driving into a clean future
The Paris Motor Show is seeing more and more electric vehicles thanks to falling battery costs and reaction to Volkswagen's dieselgate scandal.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 5:25pm -
- The Brief from Brussels: Hungary votes on migrant quotas
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 4:34pm -
- Shimon Peres is laid to rest in Jerusalem
Mourners in Israel have been paying their final respects to former president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Shimon Peres.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 4:00pm -
- UN condemns attacks on Aleppo hospitals as doctors struggle in ever-worse conditions
The International Committee of the Red Cross reports a dramatic rise in the death toll in Aleppo.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 3:50pm -
- From religious teaching to a suicide belt: ISIL fighters' bequeathals to their brides
A set of marriage certificates recovered by the Libyan army from ISIL, reveals some of the surprising gifts offered by Jihadis to their brides.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 2:45pm -
- Video: Skydivers attempt swing world record
Perfect weather conditions high up in the sky above Austria greeted the Red Bull Skydive team, who this week attempted to set a new world record for the longest swing in the…
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 2:37pm -
- Europe and US ready to do battle in 41st Ryder Cup
The 41st edition of the Ryder Cup tees off on Friday at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Cheska, Minnesota.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 2:29pm -
- At least one dead and scores injured after train crash in New Jersey
Emergency services in the US are dealing with a major rush-hour train crash at a commuter station in Hoboken near New York City.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 2:26pm -
- Scrapping Obama's JASTA veto could have unintended consequences for US
Families of 9-11 victims have just won a Congressional victory in the US, with the assembly overturning an Obama veto allowing them to sue Saudi Arabia. But what if foreign governments decide to use t
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 1:59pm -
- Amnesty accuses Sudanese government of war crimes
The leading human rights group has accused the government of Sudan of carrying out at least 30 chemical weapons attacks in the Jebel Marra area of Darfur since January.
- 1 day ago, 29 Sep 16, 1:52pm -