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Verhofstadt calls on Facebook to remove 'false video' after Euronews debunk  The MEP wrote to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg calling on the platform to remove a video sponsored by the Hungarian government.
Greek parliament approves first budget since exiting bailout programmes  The Greek parliament approved the country’s first budget since exiting the bailout programmes in August. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras argued that after...
Children as young as 10 fight, kill and die in Yemen's war  Some said they joined the Houthi rebels willingly, mainly because of promises of money or the chance to carry a weapon. But others described being coerced.
Trump's charitable foundation closes over corruption allegations  Trump's troubled charitable foundation agrees to close over alleged misuse of funds. New York Attorney General to oversee the distribution of its remaining...
Top Italian architect to oversee Genoa bridge reconstruction  The renowned Genoan architect Renzo Piano works' include the London Shard, the Pompidou centre in Paris and the Whitney Museum in New York.
Live: Belgian PM resigns, Hungary protests, "gilets bleus" protests  Euronews brings you the latest news and updates as they happen this morning.
U.S. added to list of most dangerous countries for journalists for first time  At least 63 professional journalists were killed doing their jobs in 2018, a 15 percent increase over last year, Reporters Without Borders said.
Your Call: Will there be another referendum? | Raw Politics  Listeners call the Raw Politics panel and weight in to debate the possibility of a second referendum.
Female journalists, politicians got abusive tweets every 30 seconds in study  Black women in the study were targeted 84 percent more often than white women.
'Wake-up call': Lawmakers react to reports detailing Russia's influence campaign  Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris said the attacks will continue "until our federal government starts taking the threat seriously."
Should the song 'Baby It's Cold Outside' be banned? | Raw Politics  The panel on Raw Politics discusses whether the lyrics are sinister or not.
Raw Politics in full: Hungary protests, gender inequality and Brexit  Watch the full edition of Tuesday's Raw Politics programme.
Brexit: UK ramps up no deal preparations | Raw Politics  What happens if the UK leaves the EU without a deal? The Raw Politics panel discusses.
What were the most popular Google search terms in 2018?  Search engine company Google has compiled a list of top searches from countries around the world in 2018.
Women won't have economic parity with men for 202 years, report says  The U.S. ranks 19th out of 149 countries in women's economic equality with men. It is ahead of France, Germany and Denmark but behind Iceland and Norway.
Belgium's prime minister Charles Michel tells MPs he will resign  Charles Michel, Belgium's prime minister, has this afternoon told parliament that he will resign. The biggest party in Michel's coalition, the
Wall Street sell-off keeps European shares near two-year lows  Wall Street sell-off keeps European shares near two-year lows
Why are people protesting in Hungary? | Euronews explains  All you need to know about ongoing demonstrations in Budapest.
Trump charity to dissolve under agreement with N.Y. attorney general  Trump charity to dissolve following a lawsuit by New York’s attorney general claiming Trump misused the foundation to advance his 2016 presidential campaign...
Emerging production talent given cash boost at Les Arcs Film Festival  Emerging production talent given cash boost at Les Arcs Film Festival
'Farout' object discovered 100 times farther from Sun than Earth  The most distant object ever observed in our Solar System has been discovered by an international team of astronomers. With current technology, it would take a...
'Brexit guard dog': Could a second referendum inspire a UKIP resurrection?  UKIP sources told Euronews that if Brexit is overturned it would be a “huge irony” and a great opportunity for UKIP to gain support.
Pair who named baby after Hitler sentenced for involvement in far-right group  "Their aim was to spread neo-Nazi ideology by provoking a race war in the UK and they had spent years acquiring the skills to carry this...
Watch: Italian artist uses makeup to create 3D illusions  With Luca Luce, nothing is ever what it seems.
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