Liberation of Paris 75th anniversary: The story of the French capital being freed of Nazi control

Liberation of Paris 75th anniversary: The story of the French capital being freed of Nazi control

Sunday, August 25, marks 75 years since the Liberation of Paris, when the city was freed from the Nazi occupation it endured from 1940 to 1944.
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Exclusive: Euronews interview with Lebanon FM Gebran Bassil

Exclusive: Euronews interview with Lebanon FM Gebran Bassil

Lebanon feels the spillover effects of the Syrian war and proxy conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran like no other country in the region. Euronews sat down for an exclusive interview with the country’s foreign minister, Gebran Bassil.
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Iranian foreign minister tells Euronews about his discussion with Macron

Iranian foreign minister tells Euronews about his discussion with Macron

Zarif tells Euronews about his discussion with Macron on Friday: "We discussed with Macron how US could come back, and how Europe and the international community can live up to their commitments, independent of the US."
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What do Danes think about Donald Trump cancelling his Denmark trip?

What do Danes think about Donald Trump cancelling his Denmark trip?

Donald Trump this week postponed a trip to Denmark because its prime minister refused to discuss the sale of Greenland. We spoke to Danes to get their view on Trump's move... and they were scathing.
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Lithuanian capital marks Baltic Way anniversary with record-breaking radio installation

Lithuanian capital marks Baltic Way anniversary with record-breaking radio installation

The largest recorded radio installation in Lithuania was on display on Friday to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Baltic Way.
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UK inequality: How the 'gig economy' is reshaping workers' rights

UK inequality: How the 'gig economy' is reshaping workers' rights

Policymakers are trying to grapple with how flexible work arrangements contribute to social injustice
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Four die after lightning strikes hit Polish mountain

Four die after lightning strikes hit Polish mountain

A fifth person also died on the Slovak side of the Tatra mountain range after a thunderstorm surprised tourists.
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Watch: Visitors step behind the Iron Curtain with VR tour of East Berlin

Watch: Visitors step behind the Iron Curtain with VR tour of East Berlin

This virtual reality tour begins near the infamous Checkpoint Charlie border station between East and West Berlin.
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'Alternative G7' want climate summit pledges to be legally binding

'Alternative G7' want climate summit pledges to be legally binding

Activists gathered at the "Alternative G7" on the French-Spanish border want international deals such as the Paris Agreement to be legally-binding, in order to prevent nations from flouting their environmental commitments.
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Kosovo must form government quickly to avoid delaying EU talks, senior official tells Euronews

Kosovo must form government quickly to avoid delaying EU talks, senior official tells Euronews

Aridan Arifaj, deputy Chief of Staff to President of the Republic of Kosovo told Euronews that it was critical that Kosovo's political parties formed a government rapidly after snap elections.
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Watch: River of clouds descends on Alpine valley

Watch: River of clouds descends on Alpine valley

Inversion takes place when air temperature increases with height as opposed to decreasing at higher altitudes.
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Amazon fires: Scientists mythbust Bolsonaro claims with satellite images

Amazon fires: Scientists mythbust Bolsonaro claims with satellite images

A NASA scientist has contradicted Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro over his defiance concerning fires raging in the Amazon rainforest using satellite images to back up his position.
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Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny is released from prison

Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny is released from prison

Alexei Navalny spent 30 days is prison according to his spokeswoman.
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Baltic Way: 30 years since the 600-km human chain that helped trigger the collapse of communism

Baltic Way: 30 years since the 600-km human chain that helped trigger the collapse of communism

Friday marks the 30th anniversary since two million people from Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania joined hands and made a 600-kilometre human chain that spread across the three Baltic states.
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Macron calls fires in the Amazon 'an international crisis'

Macron calls fires in the Amazon 'an international crisis'

"Our house is burning," said Macron in a tweet of the Amazon fires.
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Italy needs more time to form a new government, says president

Italy needs more time to form a new government, says president

Italy's president has extended the time envisaged for a new government to be formed.
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Watch: Macron says he is 'confident' backstop solution can be found in 30 days

Watch: Macron says he is 'confident' backstop solution can be found in 30 days

French President Emmanuel Macron and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson talk during Johnson's first official visit to France.
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Ocean Viking: Stranded migrant rescue ship sails in shape of a heart to raise awareness

Ocean Viking: Stranded migrant rescue ship sails in shape of a heart to raise awareness

A migrant rescue ship stranded in the Mediterranean has sailed in the shape of a heart to raise awareness about its plight.
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Activists in Germany call for 'upskirting' to be made illegal

Activists in Germany call for 'upskirting' to be made illegal

'Upskirting' is not illegal in Germany and campaigners there want that to change and for it to become a criminal offence, like in the UK.
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Counter-G7 summit: Meet some of the people leading the way for an 'alternative system'

Counter-G7 summit: Meet some of the people leading the way for an 'alternative system'

A counter-G7 summit that looks for an "alternative" world order is taking place a week before the G7 meeting in Biarritz.
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The Warsaw Pact and its link to the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia

The Warsaw Pact and its link to the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia

On the anniversary of the Soviet intervention in Czechoslovakia, Euronews looks back at the Warsaw Pact
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The Right Honourable Baby: MP's newborn fed by parliament speaker

The Right Honourable Baby: MP's newborn fed by parliament speaker

The speaker of New Zealand's parliament, Trevor Mallard, fed an MP's newborn baby during a debate and the photos went viral.
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Bolivia, like neighbour Brazil, battles intense wildfires that have so far burnt 500,000 hectares

Bolivia, like neighbour Brazil, battles intense wildfires that have so far burnt 500,000 hectares

About 70% of Bolivia's Santa Cruz department — where more than a quarter of the country's population lives — is under "extreme from forest fires.
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Georgia TV journalists quit live on air over allegations of censorship

Georgia TV journalists quit live on air over allegations of censorship

Georgia TV journalists quit live on air over allegations of censorship
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Watch: Russian robot takes solitary trip to final frontier in new rocket

Watch: Russian robot takes solitary trip to final frontier in new rocket

Russia has tested a new rocket by sending an (almost) unmanned mission to the International Space Station. Fedor the robot took the commander's seat, holding a small Russian flag.
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Forcing Salvini to the opposition benches could change his behaviour, says pollster

Forcing Salvini to the opposition benches could change his behaviour, says pollster

Italy's firebrand interior minister could be pushed out of government
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Brazil's Bolsonaro blames Amazon fires on NGOs making 'problems'

Brazil's Bolsonaro blames Amazon fires on NGOs making 'problems'

Brazil's Bolsonaro blames Amazon fires on NGOs making 'problems'
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Women lead the efforts to tackle inequality in Rwanda

Women lead the efforts to tackle inequality in Rwanda

A recent Oxfam report shows Rwanda has the worst rates of inequality in East Africa - these women are hoping to change that.
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World Rugby announces gender neutral naming for World Cup tournaments

World Rugby announces gender neutral naming for World Cup tournaments

It means the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 in New Zealand will now be named Rugby World Cup 2021, starting the gender-neutral roll out.
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Watch: Merkel sees 'possibilities' for Brexit compromise with Johnson

Watch: Merkel sees 'possibilities' for Brexit compromise with Johnson

The German Chancellor wants to her Britain's proposals for an alternative to the backstop in a possible sign of compromise with Boris Johnson.
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The Brief: British government speeds up preparations for a no-deal Brexit

The Brief: British government speeds up preparations for a no-deal Brexit

The Brief: It's a race against time and the British government is speeding up preparations for a no-deal Brexit. With a little more than two months to October 31st, London is starting to automatically enroll UK firms in a customs system.
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Ed Sheeran showcase opens in musician's home county of Suffolk

Ed Sheeran showcase opens in musician's home county of Suffolk

An exhibition documenting British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran's rise to fame has opened near where he grew up in Suffolk, England.
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Message in a bottle: Russian sailor's 1969 letter found in Alaska

Message in a bottle: Russian sailor's 1969 letter found in Alaska

Message in a bottle: A Russian sailor's 1969 letter is discovered by a man in Alaska.
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Facebook introduces new privacy feature in three countries

Facebook introduces new privacy feature in three countries

Facebook rolled out a new privacy feature in Ireland, Spain, and South Korea to allow users to sever the connection between their Facebook accounts and other websites.
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Ryanair strikes: Cabin crew walk out in Portugal, Spain but Ireland pilot dispute halted

Ryanair strikes: Cabin crew walk out in Portugal, Spain but Ireland pilot dispute halted

Cabin crew are to strike at 13 bases across Spain for 10 days in September in a dispute over job cuts. A walkout in Portugal began on Wednesday.
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Amazon burning: Sao Paulo's smoke-filled skies make it dark at 2 p.m.

Amazon burning: Sao Paulo's smoke-filled skies make it dark at 2 p.m.

Wildfires in the Amazon rainforest have hit a record number this year, according to research carried out by Brazil’s space research centre (INPE). It cites 72,843 fires, marking an increase of 83% compared to 2018 — the highest since records bega...
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Watch: The Caracas artists reclaiming slum spaces from poverty and propaganda

Watch: The Caracas artists reclaiming slum spaces from poverty and propaganda

Artist Fabian Solymar also wants to highlight the positive aspects of a neighbourhood better known for its homicide rate
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Ocean Viking: out of the 103 children onboard, only 11 are accompanied

Ocean Viking: out of the 103 children onboard, only 11 are accompanied

Médecins Sans Frontières says of the 103 children under the age of 18 now onboard, only 11 of them are accompanied by a parent or guardian.
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Social gap widens after Greek economic crisis and bailout programmes

Social gap widens after Greek economic crisis and bailout programmes

Ago Kouitimi and Tassos Athanasopoulos had many things in common, both enjoying a good standard of living. Until the startling impacts of the economic crisis hit Greece, increasing the social gap between the workers drastically.
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Trump cancels visit to Denmark over Greenland comments

Trump cancels visit to Denmark over Greenland comments

US President Donald Trump cancelled an upcoming visit to Denmark after the Danish prime minister said she would not discuss the sale of Greenland to the US.
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Former Vatican treasurer loses appeal against sexual abuse convictions

Former Vatican treasurer loses appeal against sexual abuse convictions

An Australian court upheld Cardinal George Pell's sexual abuse convictions.
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Does ditching the Irish backstop threaten the Good Friday Agreement? #TheCube

Does ditching the Irish backstop threaten the Good Friday Agreement? #TheCube

In light of Boris Johnson's proposal to ditch the Irish backstop, we’re taking a look at the Good Friday Agreement and how it could be affected.
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Salvini kisses rosary after Conte criticism over religious symbols

Salvini kisses rosary after Conte criticism over religious symbols

It wasn't just his "irresponsible", "reckless" and "alarming" behaviour as a politician that earned Matteo Salvini the ire of Giuseppe Conte in his resignation speech Tuesday.
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Greenland glacier retreats 10 kilometres in six years

Greenland glacier retreats 10 kilometres in six years

Just inside the Arctic Circle — stood on ice that is thousands of years old — David Holland has a first-hand view of what he sees as the beginning of the end of the world.
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German amusement park acts after uproar over 'swastika carousel'

German amusement park acts after uproar over 'swastika carousel'

An amusement park ride in south-west Germany has been taken out of operation because it looked like two rotating swastikas.
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Watch: Chanting child strikes up rapport with Hong Kong protesters

Watch: Chanting child strikes up rapport with Hong Kong protesters

A child shouts to pro-democracy protestors as they march below the overpass on Sunday in Hong Kong. An estimated 1.7 people were in attendance.
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The Brief: European Council says Britain has not offered ‘realistic alternative’ to Irish backstop

The Brief: European Council says Britain has not offered ‘realistic alternative’ to Irish backstop

The Brief: Britain hasn't offered a "realistic alternative" to the Irish backstop, European Council President Donald Tusk said in a tweet responding to Prime Minister Johnson's letter requesting that Brussels drop the policy.
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