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Facebook bans UK far-right groups including Britain First and the English Defence League  Social media giant Facebook has banned 12 UK far-right groups from using its platforms because it says they "spread hate"
Lithuanian woman faces charges after giving birth to 'drunk' baby  A woman in Lithuania gave birth to a baby girl with more alcohol in her system than it would take to seriously threaten the health of an adult
What is the Odebrecht corruption scandal in Latin America, and who is implicated?  From Mexico to Argentina, the Odebrecht corruption scandal has rocked Latin America to its core.
Polar bear found around 700km from home as climate change blamed for habitat loss | #TheCube  The bear was spotted on Wednesday by locals in the village of Tilichiki. Its natural habitat is thought to be some 700km away in the...
Financial system faces existential threat from climate change, central banks warn  Central banks chiefs have warned the financial firms if they fail to make changes to adapt to the risks of climate change, "they will fail...
Babies with 'Bubble Boy' diseased cured with gene therapy made with HIV  Eight babies were cured by the experimental treatment.
Colombian same-sex couples hold "kiss-a-thon" in support of LGBT rights  "We want people to stop satanizing and discriminating against the LGBT community. We are not sick, we are not an aberration, we are...
How might EU trade sanctions on the US hit consumers? | Euronews answers  Brussels has drawn up a list of American products it’s ready to target with extra duties, in an ongoing row over aircraft subsidies.
Faecal fun for everyone as museum dedicated to poo opens in Japan  "By providing visitors with experiences where they see poops as fun, cute and something they want to talk to other people, we thought we can offer...
Your Call in full: Does Spain's Vox deserve a spot in the TV debate?  Watch Wednesday night's full episode of Your Call.
Latvian prime minister discusses growing concerns in the EU  "Populism works only because there's underlying unease," said the former MEP.
Viral climate cartoon uses satire to question Notre Dame donations | #TheCube  French cartoonist Alexis Delahaye has suggested the money should be put towards conserving the planet.
Press freedom watchdog finds reporters living in 'intense climate of fear'  Journalists are facing increasing hostilities around the world including violence and persecution according to the international organisation Reporters ...
EU extends new judicial protections for whistleblowers | Raw Politics  On Tuesday, the European Parliament voted to provide increased protections for whistleblowers in the EU. Euronews spoke with former whistleblower Antoine...
Putin will meet North Korea's Kim Jong-un towards the end of April  Just weeks after talks with Donald Trump stalled, North Korea leader Kim Jong-un has set up a meeting with Russia's Vladimir Putin.
Spain's anti-immigration Vox party banned from televised debate  MEPs discuss if it's right to ban the far-right group from the debate.
President Joko Widodo declares victory in Indonesian election amidst claims of cheating  Indonesia's President Joko Widodo declared victory on Thursday but faced opposition claims of cheating in the election
Doctor Miracle part 2: The Congolese surgeon helping women recover from rape  Dr Denis Mukwege has operated thousands of women who have been brutally raped, and he knows the physical wounds are only half the battle. At Panzi...
No UK-US trade deal if Brexit risks Good Friday agreement, Pelosi tells Irish lawmakers  "f the Brexit deal undermines the accord, there will be no chance of a U.S.-U.K. agreement," the US Speaker of the House said on ...
EU warns of lawsuits if US targets European interests in Cuba  "The EU will consider all options at its disposal to protect its legitimate interests," the EU said in a statement on Wednesday.
Unique 3D model of Notre Dame cathedral could help reconstruction efforts  A unique 3D model of the Notre Dame cathedral created by a late art history professor could help its reconstruction efforts.
Road Trip Europe Day 23: Caserta/Naples - "Commuters should be given some dignity"  Our team continues their journey across the continent ahead of the European Elections - today, they took a train with commuters from...
Ukraine poised to step into the unknown with election runoff  Comedian and TV star Volodymyr Zelenskiy looks set to win by a landslide - but what does he stand for, and how could Ukraine change if he wins the presidency?
Pig's brain function restored hours after death  Scientists have restored some functions in a pig's brain hours after it died - challenging assumptions about the irreversible ending of brain function following death.
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