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The latest news stories from around the world, including business, sports and cultural events.
612 Episodes
Euronews
Good Morning Europe

Good Morning Europe

Sets the day’s news agenda and leads the way for the channel’s ground-breaking approach to news gathering and reporting. Good Morning Europe untethers a fleet of mobile journalists - MoJo’s – to gather news as it happens.
99 Episodes
Euronews
Brussels Bureau

Brussels Bureau

All the latest news, interviews and analysis concerning the EU from the euronews’ team in Brussels.
7 Episodes
Euronews
Insiders

Insiders

The never-ending flow of news can be overwhelming. Let’s stop for a moment to make sense of the critical events shaping our world. Insiders brings you in-depth investigations and exclusive reports from the field.
2 Episodes
Euronews
No Comment

No Comment

No agenda, no slant. Get the picture without the commentary. No Comment on demand video is available on euronews.com, Euronews mobile apps, on Facebook.com/euronews and on our YouTube channel: No Comment TV
2 Episodes
Euronews

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Tx. officials: Elevated benzene found, stay inside

Tx. officials: Elevated benzene found, stay inside

Harris County officials said high benzene levels have been detected near the Houston-area petrochemicals storage facility that caught fire this week. The National Guard has been called in and residents of Deer Park told to stay inside.
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Associated Press
Brexit: 'EU 27 will remain united'

Brexit: 'EU 27 will remain united'

Tomas Petricek discusses whether the EU will agree to delaying Brexit beyond 29 March.
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BBC News
New Zealand's prime minister garners international praise

New Zealand's prime minister garners international praise

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has been receiving praise from people worldwide for how she handled the Christchurch mosque terror attacks. #NewZealandTerroristAttack
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TRT World
World News - Road Trip Europe Day 4: 'Brexit is a wake-up call', former Erasmus student on Euronews' red couch

Road Trip Europe Day 4: 'Brexit is a wake-up call', former Erasmus student on Euronews' red couch

We meet a former Erasmus student who believes that while Brexit could be a call to arms against populism, it won't mean the end of the EU
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Euronews
WATCH: EFF supporters tear down ANC election posters

WATCH: EFF supporters tear down ANC election posters

EFF leader Julius Malema has apologised to the ANC after a video of his supporters were seen tearing posters of the ANC.
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24.com
CCTV shows man vandalising Birmingham Mosque

CCTV shows man vandalising Birmingham Mosque

CCTV footage shows a man vandalising a mosque in Birmingham.
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ITN
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic sentenced to life for genocide

Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic sentenced to life for genocide

A UN court has sentenced former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic to life in prison for genocide and war crimes, increasing his original sentence of 40 years. Karadzic was on the run for 13 years and had been found living in disguise in 2008. #...
1min
TRT World
Rescues ongoing in flood-hit Mozambique areas

Rescues ongoing in flood-hit Mozambique areas

A week after Cyclone Idai hit coastal Mozambique and swept across the country to Zimbabwe, the death, damage and flooding continues in southern Africa, making it one of the most destructive natural disasters in the region's recent history.
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Associated Press
World News - Five mosques vandalised in Birmingham

Five mosques vandalised in Birmingham

UK police launch an investigation after five mosques and islamic centres are vandalised in Birmingham.
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Euronews
AP Top Stories 21

AP Top Stories 21

Here's the latest for Thursday March 21st: NZ prepares for emotional Friday prayers, bans military-style firearms; Aid workers reach flooded plains of Mozambique; Brits crash website supporting petition to remain in the EU; Israelis celebrate Purim.
1min
Associated Press
May: ‘I sincerely hope’ UK leaves EU with Brexit deal

May: ‘I sincerely hope’ UK leaves EU with Brexit deal

Theresa May: ‘I sincerely hope’ the UK leaves the EU with Brexit deal.
1min
ITN
Venezuela's Guaido leaves Marrero's house after arrest

Venezuela's Guaido leaves Marrero's house after arrest

Juan Guaido, the opposition leader recognized by the US and other countries as the interim leader of Venezuela, leaves the house of Roberto Marrero, after intelligence officers staged a pre-dawn raid on his chief of staff's Caracas home.
1min
AFP
Theresa May arrives in Brussels to ask for Article 50 extension

Theresa May arrives in Brussels to ask for Article 50 extension

Prime Minister Theresa May arrives in Brussels ahead of meeting the European Council where she will ask for an extension to Article 50.
1min
Press Association
Mozambique cyclone survivors plucked from trees and roofs

Mozambique cyclone survivors plucked from trees and roofs

Three thousand people have been brought to safety from cyclone-hit areas in Mozambique, but 15,000 still need to be rescued.
1min
Reuters
Venezuela Guaido denounces arrest of his chief of staff (tweet)

Venezuela Guaido denounces arrest of his chief of staff (tweet)

Juan Guaido, the opposition leader recognized by the US and other countries as interim leader of Venezuela, announces on Twitter that Venezuelan intelligence officers arrested his chief of staff Roberto Marrero. ANIMATED VIDEO
1min
AFP
US' Pompeo demands Venezuela release Guaido aide (tweet)

US' Pompeo demands Venezuela release Guaido aide (tweet)

The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo demands on Twitter that Venezuela immediately release opposition leader Juan Guaido's top aide and vows to hold accountable those involved in the arrest.
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AFP
People are remembering first victim of NZ terror attack with #HelloBrother

People are remembering first victim of NZ terror attack with #HelloBrother

Many people online are honouring the man whose last words were "Hello, brother" before he was shot by terrorist Brenton Tarrant during the New Zealand mosque attack. #NewZealandTerrorAttack #Christchurch #HelloBrother
1min
TRT World
Today in History for March 21st

Today in History for March 21st

On this day in history Dr. Martlin Luther King, Jr. begins march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama; the Sharkville massacre in South Africa occurs; Wrongly incarcerated Randall Dale Adams is released from prison; Musician Johann Bach born.
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Associated Press
Corbyn speaks after 'constructive discussions' with Barnier

Corbyn speaks after 'constructive discussions' with Barnier

Jeremy Corbyn speaks after "constructive discussions" with Michel Barnier.
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ITN
Haka for the victims of the terror attacks

Haka for the victims of the terror attacks

The Maori community from New Zealand gathered to pay tribute to the victims of the Christchurch terror attacks. They performed the traditional Haka.
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TRT World
Venezuelan media gather outside Guaido's chief of staff's house

Venezuelan media gather outside Guaido's chief of staff's house

Journalists gather outside the house of Roberto Marrero, Juan Guaido's chief of staff, after Venezuelan intelligence officers arrested him at night.
1min
AFP
People are remembering first victim of NZ terror attack with #HelloBrother

People are remembering first victim of NZ terror attack with #HelloBrother

Many people online are honouring the man whose last words were "Hello, brother" before he was shot by terrorist Brenton Tarrant during the New Zealand mosque attack. #NewZealandTerrorAttack #Christchurch #HelloBrother
1min
TRT World
Judge sentences teenage Alesha killer to 27 years in prison

Judge sentences teenage Alesha killer to 27 years in prison

Judge Lord Matthews sentences teenage Alesha killer to 27 years in prison.
1min
ITN
Rio's stray bullets cause innocents to suffer

Rio's stray bullets cause innocents to suffer

Parents and friends of Maria Eduarda, a schoolgirl killed two years ago by stray police bullets in Rio de Janeiro, protest in front of the governor's office. According to Rio de Paz, the NGO that organized the protest, 54 children under the age of...
1min
AFP
Iraqi Kurds celebrate Nowruz, the Persian new year

Iraqi Kurds celebrate Nowruz, the Persian new year

Iraqi Kurds holding lit torches walk up a mountain in the town of Akra, 500 kilometres north of Baghdad, during celebrations of Nowruz (Noruz), the Persian New Year. The Persian New Year is an ancient Zoroastrian tradition celebrated by Iranians a...
1min
AFP
Eternal shell: Sacred turtle embalmed in Hanoi

Eternal shell: Sacred turtle embalmed in Hanoi

A sacred giant turtle that died in Hanoi's storied Hoan Kiem lake has been given a new lease on life by city authorities who have embalmed the beloved creature for posterity -- and tourist visits.
1min
AFP
The London class turning fitness fabulous

The London class turning fitness fabulous

Many people have workout partners when they go to the gym. But what if yours was a drag queen? That's what happens at Drag Diva Fit, a fitness class aimed at people in London's LGBTQ+ community who may be worried about going to a conventional clas...
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BBC News
World News - Portugal's ex-football star Nuno Gomes: 'We should promote unification of Europe'

Portugal's ex-football star Nuno Gomes: 'We should promote unification of Europe'

"I have travelled a lot and this free movement within Europe also makes us feel at home in other countries," said the former striker for Portugal.
1min
Euronews
People remembering first victim of NZ terror attack with #HelloBrother

People remembering first victim of NZ terror attack with #HelloBrother

Many people online are honouring the man whose last words were "Hello, brother" before he was shot by terrorist Brenton Tarrant during the New Zealand mosque attack. #NewZealandTerrorAttack #Christchurch #HelloBrother
1min
TRT World
World News - Fed-up mayor in Romania cuts internet cables amid telecoms dispute
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Euronews
World News - Watch: Iraqi Kurds celebrate Nowruz with torchlit mountain procession

Watch: Iraqi Kurds celebrate Nowruz with torchlit mountain procession

Nowruz symbolises the passing of the dark season and the arrival of the season of light, but has also come to stand for Kurdish hopes for freedom and self-rule.
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Euronews
Corbyn and Starmer arrive in Brussels for Brexit talks

Corbyn and Starmer arrive in Brussels for Brexit talks

Jeremy Corbyn and Sir Keir Starmer arrive in Brussels for Brexit talks.
1min
ITN
Thai drag queen joins politics to challenge gender bias

Thai drag queen joins politics to challenge gender bias

A drag queen aiming to promote LGBT rights and gender equality has joined Thai politics ahead of the general election on March 24.
1min
Reuters
The rise of white supremacy

The rise of white supremacy

The Christchurch terror attacks on two mosques have become the latest example of growing far-right terrorism. Extreme nationalist and white supremacist politics that appear to be at the core of the attacks on Muslims, have been a part of daily pol...
1min
TRT World
Good Morning Europe - Road Trip Europe Day 4 - Alentejo: Eastern Portugal's brain drain

Road Trip Europe Day 4 - Alentejo: Eastern Portugal's brain drain

In the years Portugal was plunged into a massive debt crisis, the country is estimated to have lost some 500,000 (of its 10 million) inhabitants. And the percentage of young qualified workers leaving still is among the highest in the EU.
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Euronews
Jeremy Hunt says things are becoming ‘starker’ over Brexit

Jeremy Hunt says things are becoming ‘starker’ over Brexit

Jeremy Hunt says things are becoming ‘starker’ over Brexit.
1min
ITN
World News - Brexit: May goes to Brussels to meet EU leaders

Brexit: May goes to Brussels to meet EU leaders

British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will also meet with EU leaders in Brussels today.
3mins
Euronews
Amber Rudd: Important thing is to get the deal through

Amber Rudd: Important thing is to get the deal through

Amber Rudd tells reporters it is important "get the deal through".
1min
ITN
India colours up for Holi festival

India colours up for Holi festival

Indian families cover each other with coloured powder to celebrate Holi, the Hindu spring festival of colours, during a traditional gathering at a temple in New Delhi.
1min
AFP
Good Morning Europe - Amnesty International denies terror-related charges against its Turkish team

Amnesty International denies terror-related charges against its Turkish team

The trial of the eleven, including Taner Elic, the Head of Amnesty in Turkey, resumes in Istanbul today.
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Euronews
New Zealand bans sales of assault weapons

New Zealand bans sales of assault weapons

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says New Zealand is immediately banning sales of military style semi-automatic guns like the weapons used in the attacks on Christchurch mosques.
1min
Associated Press
Michelle O'Neill discusses political impasse on anniversary of Martin McGuinness' death

Michelle O'Neill discusses political impasse on anniversary of Martin McGuinness' death

Sinn Fein vice president, Michelle O'Neill, discusses the current political impasse in Northern Ireland, on on the second anniversary of Martin McGuinness' death.
1min
Press Association
Countdown to Brexit: Eight days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: Eight days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29. Here, we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit. The numbers are dependent on if MPs support Theresa May's request for an extension.
1min
Press Association
New Zealand bans semi-automatic and assault rifles

New Zealand bans semi-automatic and assault rifles

New Zealand will ban military-style semi-automatic and assault rifles under tough new gun laws following the killing of 50 people in the country’s worst mass shooting, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says.
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Reuters
Airbus delivers A380 decorated with turtles to Japan

Airbus delivers A380 decorated with turtles to Japan

Japanese airline ANA receives a delivery of its first A380 from Airbus, decorated with blue sea turtles, explaining that the animal "represents luck and longevity" in Hawaiian legend.
1min
AFP
WATCH: Sluices open at Mozambique's Mavuzi Dam

WATCH: Sluices open at Mozambique's Mavuzi Dam

Opening of sluices of the Mavuzi Dam in Manica, Mozambique earlier on Wednesday.
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24.com
Popular culture and Muslim hate

Popular culture and Muslim hate

Are Muslims being demonised by the media, by politicians and in popular culture?
3mins
TRT World
McCain family punches back after Trump attacks

McCain family punches back after Trump attacks

The widow and daughter of John McCain blast President Donald Trump for repeated attacks on the former U.S. senator, Republican presidential nominee and Vietnam War hero.
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Reuters