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European Parliament elections 2019: who are the candidates for the EU's top job?  European political parties have hit the campaign trail to convince voters to choose their candidate for the EU's top job? But who are the...
US-backed forces claim final victory over ISIL in Syria  Syrian Democratic Forces claim final victory over so-called Islamic State after last village freed
Third vote on May's Brexit deal might not happen next week  The UK prime minister suggested in a letter to MPS that if May cannot garner enough support for her Brexit deal, a vote next week may not happen.
French music duo travels from France to the Caucasus to soak up the musical tradition  A French music duo is travelling from France to the Caucasus in a Lada to learn more about the musical traditions of the region.
Spain and the rise of the far-right  In Spain, issues like Border protection, crime, and unemployment, have propelled far-right Vox party into office in Andalusia’s last regional elections.
'Give all dogs guns': the UK petitions that didn't make it before MPs  We can see why some of these petitions didn't make it to the House of Commons.
The rise of the Spanish Far-Right  In Spain, issues like border protection, crime, and unemployment, have propelled far-right Vox party into office in Andalusia’s last regional elections.
Andalucía: Far right breakthrough sends shockwave through Spanish politics  In the Andalucía region of southern Spain, the electoral breakthrough of the far-right Vox party has sent a shockwave through Spanish politics. Critics ...
What is article 13 and why is Europe protesting about it? | Euronews explains  Demonstrations are taking place this weekend ahead of an EU vote on a controversial copyright overhaul next Tuesday.
German police arrest ten suspects over alleged terrorist attack plot  "They are believed to have agreed to carry out an Islamist terrorist attack using a vehicle and guns that would kill as many 'non-believers' as...
Suspicious package discovered at postal depot in Ireland  Police believe the package found at the Dock Road sorting office is the fifth device sent by dissident republicans.
YouFeud: Fans of rival social media stars brawl in Berlin square  "We see in the rapper scene, and increasingly also with other influencers, that they are sometimes very negligent with their influence."
Abu Dhabi Special Olympics wraps, but fight for inclusion continues  Lit in Athens and brought to Abu Dhabi, the arrival of the Flame of Hope marked the start of the Special Olympic World Games in the United Arab Emirates. For...
How are mothers in Jordan countering stigma towards children with disabilities?  A new Jordanian cartoon, Team Hero is unique in the region. Unlike other comics, one of the main protagonists, Waseem, is Autistic. The episodes...
Outcry as Trump backs Israeli sovereignty over Golan Heights  President Donald Trump says it's time for the United States to fully recognise Israel's sovereignty over the disputed Golan Heights, a territory captured...
Unique beauty pageant launches for survivors of disfigurement | #TheCube  Miss Unique Beauty UK is the first of its kind for survivors of burns, scars and other visible differences.
Watch: Pilgrims celebrate spring equinox on Mexico's towering pyramid  The pilgrims believe the pyramids hold a special energy on the equinox that can be transmitted to people, especially those who dress in white.
No-deal Brexit: Eurostar gets signal it can run in France if UK leaves EU without an agreement  High-speed rail operator granted a licence to run services in France.
Imam shows appreciation as New Zealand pauses for prayer one week on  We speak with senior member of the Consultative Council of the Islamic Circle of Australia and New Zealand Tamjid Aijazi in Auckland.
Watch: Theresa May's best Brexit lines  "Brexit means Brexit."
Watch: Harry Potter studio tour expands into banking with Gringotts set  Visitors can examine goblin prosthetics, explore the Lestrange vault and even see the Sword of Gryffindor up close,
'They ended up with our currency, and now we are worse off'  We meet with a group of locals living near the Portugal-Spain border, who reflect on how the EU has impacted their lives.
Watch: Don't take this North Korea guidebook with you, warns French publisher  "It's a country that's closed and forbidden, everybody dreams of going there. Everyone wants to see what's forbidden and what's ...
Thousands gather at funerals for Christchurch shooting victims  At least 5,000 people stood quietly at Hagley Park in front of the Al Noor mosque. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said, “New Zealand mourns with you, we are one.”
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