As plans for the UK's first spaceport take shape, opposition grows

As plans for the UK's first spaceport take shape, opposition grows

Trekking through the muddy peat bog on the A'Mhoine peninsula on the remote north coast of Scotland, it seems hard to imagine that within a couple of years, that this remote, beautiful, wetland landscape could be the UK's first spaceport, launchin...
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Can Boris Johnson get his Brexit deal through parliament?

Can Boris Johnson get his Brexit deal through parliament?

Boris Johnson and the European Union finally found a middle ground for a new deal. But can it survive the high waters of the British parliament?
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Watch: Aleppo souk reopens, representing return to former way of life

Watch: Aleppo souk reopens, representing return to former way of life

The market, which was partially destroyed in the fighting that took place in the city, is part of an area listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its Arab culture.
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'A grave historic error': Juncker hits out as North Macedonia and Albania have EU bids blocked

'A grave historic error': Juncker hits out as North Macedonia and Albania have EU bids blocked

Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama told Euronews on Friday that his country is "collateral damage" in an intra-EU power struggle.
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Watch: Designers showcase fashion and interiors fit for life on Mars

Watch: Designers showcase fashion and interiors fit for life on Mars

Should NASA's plans come to fruition, one day there will be (human) life on Mars. Designers are showcasing what future Martians might wear and how they might live.
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Watch: Life in plastic is fantastic as Barbie opens her Dreamhome to guests

Watch: Life in plastic is fantastic as Barbie opens her Dreamhome to guests

The Malibu mansion has been listed on holiday rental site Airbnb and features an infinity pool with waterslide, a cinema and a meditation space.
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Imagine Picasso: Immersive installation takes visitors on a 'poetic voyage' through his art

Imagine Picasso: Immersive installation takes visitors on a 'poetic voyage' through his art

"A poetic, plastic, generous, voyage where visitors take pleasure in seeing the works through a new lens" is how the installation creators described the new exhibit.
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Egyptian comedian Bassem Youssef: “Nobody should be above satire”

Egyptian comedian Bassem Youssef: “Nobody should be above satire”

Since he burst upon the comedic scene in Egypt back in 2011, political satirist, author and stand-up star Bassem Youssef, has been endlessly compared to The Daily Show’s former host, John Stewart.
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Picture power: Middle East photographers focus on people behind the news

Picture power: Middle East photographers focus on people behind the news

Capturing someone’s life story in a single moment is what Oslo-based photographer Afshin Ismaeli does for a living.
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Boris Johnson seeks MPs’ support for Brexit deal in new race against time

Boris Johnson seeks MPs’ support for Brexit deal in new race against time

After its approval by EU leaders, the new Brexit deal faces a formidable hurdle at Westminster in a crucial vote on Saturday.
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Watch: Brexit deal agreed but Boris now faces battle back home

Watch: Brexit deal agreed but Boris now faces battle back home

London and Brussels have agreed on a Brexit deal... but it still has to get the backing of British MPs and the European Parliament.
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Here's a summary of what happened on Brexit at today's EU summit in under 150 words

Here's a summary of what happened on Brexit at today's EU summit in under 150 words

Here's a summary of what happened on Brexit at today's EU summit in under 150 words
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Witty comedy 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' charms Berlin

Witty comedy 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' charms Berlin

"The Merry Wives of Windsor" at the Berlin State Opera is Otto Nicolai's comical-fantastical opera ( based originally on the Shakespeare's play) and tells the story of the bon vivant Falstaff with German bass René Pape makes his debut in the role....
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Watch: Duchesses Meghan and Kate join the world of emojis

Watch: Duchesses Meghan and Kate join the world of emojis

One of the emojis shows Meghan cradling her baby bump while another has Kate using a face mask. Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis also appear and the team says baby Archie is on his way.
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Here's how EU leaders and UK politicians reacted to the Brexit deal announcement

Here's how EU leaders and UK politicians reacted to the Brexit deal announcement

European leaders on Thursday welcomed the announcement that a Brexit deal has been reached but reactions from across the Channel suggest the fight to get it passed by parliamentarians will be tough.
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Watch: Hearty handshakes as Boris Johnson toasts Brexit deal with EU leaders

Watch: Hearty handshakes as Boris Johnson toasts Brexit deal with EU leaders

It was all hearty handshakes and happiness as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson did a lap of honour among EU leaders.
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Watch: Mysterious 'blob' goes on show at Paris zoo

Watch: Mysterious 'blob' goes on show at Paris zoo

The blob doesn't have a brain but can solve problems, and has no mouth but can eat food. It heals itself in two minutes, moves 4cm per hour without limbs and has 720 sex organs.
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Bulgarian police arrest six after racist abuse hurled at England players during Euro 2020 qualifier

Bulgarian police arrest six after racist abuse hurled at England players during Euro 2020 qualifier

The authorities added that they are trying to identify more suspects over the abuse hurled at England players during Monday's match in Sofia.
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French foreign minister travels to Iraq to push for local trials of European ISIS fighters

French foreign minister travels to Iraq to push for local trials of European ISIS fighters

He will spearhead talks on behalf of European Governments who are hoping Baghdad can oversee trials of captured fighters.
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Protesters clash with police in third day of Catalan pro-independence demonstrations

Protesters clash with police in third day of Catalan pro-independence demonstrations

Protesters clash with police in third day of Catalan pro-independence demonstrations
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Turkey’s military incursion: Video explainer on who controls what territory in northern Syria

Turkey’s military incursion: Video explainer on who controls what territory in northern Syria

Take a look at our video explainer that sketches out what has happened during the first week of Turkey's military incursion into northern Syria.
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What is the PKK and what's behind Turkey's war in Syria?

What is the PKK and what's behind Turkey's war in Syria?

Turkey's invasion of Syria aims to crush the YPG, the Syrian ally of the PKK.
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Romania vs Norway: Why were thousands of children watching?

Romania vs Norway: Why were thousands of children watching?

UEFA had ordered Romania to play the match behind closed doors, after failing to control their supporters.
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Out with the US and in with Russia: troops take over America's abandoned Syria bases

Out with the US and in with Russia: troops take over America's abandoned Syria bases

Videos have emerged of Russian troops in US military camps in Syria that have been abandoned following Trumps's decision to pull out forces.
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Speculation over Brexit deal based on major shift by UK government

Speculation over Brexit deal based on major shift by UK government

There's speculation that the European Union and the UK government may be close to securing a deal over Brexit. Marathon talks went on into the early hours of Wednesday morning. The discussions have centered on the issue of the Irish border and cus...
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Austrian man held after Dutch police find six people at isolated farmhouse

Austrian man held after Dutch police find six people at isolated farmhouse

The family of young adults were discovered in a 'small room' after a young man raised the alarm in a local bar.
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At least four detained as police clash with Catalan separatist supporters in Barcelona

At least four detained as police clash with Catalan separatist supporters in Barcelona

At least four people have been detained as Spanish riot police clash with Catalan separatist protesters in Barcelona for a second consecutive day on Tuesday.
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Brexit Will Tear Us Apart Again: Joy Division anniversary provides ironic backdrop to EU summit

Brexit Will Tear Us Apart Again: Joy Division anniversary provides ironic backdrop to EU summit

It’s the seminal song whose anniversary today is providing an ironic backdrop to this week’s Brexit-dominated EU summit in Brussels.
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Brexit talks go down to the wire ahead of key EU summit

Brexit talks go down to the wire ahead of key EU summit

The EU's chief negotiator has said it is 'high time' that London turned good intentions into legal text.
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UEFA charges Bulgarian football authority with racist behaviour over match with England on Monday

UEFA charges Bulgarian football authority with racist behaviour over match with England on Monday

UEFA charges Bulgarian football authority with racist behaviour over match with England on Monday
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Watch: San Francisco Columbus statue vandalised on namesake US holiday

Watch: San Francisco Columbus statue vandalised on namesake US holiday

The Italian navigator has become a polarising figure in the country and there have been calls for Columbus Day to be renamed "Indigenous Peoples Day".
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'Damascus is looking stronger than ever': What next for Syria as Kurds join forces with Assad?

'Damascus is looking stronger than ever': What next for Syria as Kurds join forces with Assad?

Abandoned by their U.S. allies, the Syrian Democratic Forces are fighting alongside the Syrian army in Manjib.
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Foreign ministers discuss Turkey-Syria conflict

Foreign ministers discuss Turkey-Syria conflict

Foreign ministers met to weigh options for how the EU should respond to Turkey's invasion of Syria.
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Post-referendum relocation: meet the workers leaving Britain for the EU

Post-referendum relocation: meet the workers leaving Britain for the EU

The European Medicine Agencies was one of the first organisations to signal it would leave London following the Brexit vote. It took hundreds of employees with them to Amsterdam.
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Italy considers new 'web' tax to raise funds

Italy considers new 'web' tax to raise funds

Amid a crippling economy, Italy is trying to find a new way to boost the economy by taxing internet companies.
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England v Bulgaria Euro 2020 qualifier halted twice after racist abuse from the stands

England v Bulgaria Euro 2020 qualifier halted twice after racist abuse from the stands

A Euro 2020 qualifier between England and Bulgaria was temporarily halted on two occasions on Thursday evening after racist chants were heard from the stands.
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Catalan activist condemns severity of sentences for separatists as anti-democratic

Catalan activist condemns severity of sentences for separatists as anti-democratic

A Catalan activist and political commentator has condemned the sentences handed out to pro-separatist as leaders as undemocratic. Andres da Silva told Euronews' Good Morning Europe that the severity of the sentences was undemocratic and greatly...
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African ministers say eradication of malaria by 2030 will take more than just money

African ministers say eradication of malaria by 2030 will take more than just money

Senior figures tell Euronews that pledges need to be followed with action.
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Pro-separatist protesters collapse Barcelona's airport as a reaction to the sentence

Pro-separatist protesters collapse Barcelona's airport as a reaction to the sentence

Thirteen people were injured on Monday, all of them of a minor nature, within the rallies of protest in the region of Catalonia against the ruling of the Spanish Supreme Court against nine Catalan pro-independence leaders.
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Simon Coveney tells Euronews the UK 'needs to move to facilitate deal'

Simon Coveney tells Euronews the UK 'needs to move to facilitate deal'

The deputy Irish prime minister told Euronews on Monday that the UK 'needs to move' in order to facilitate a Brexit deal, and could see a 'very generous response'.
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Watch: Bee-keeping scheme transforms landscapes and women's lives

Watch: Bee-keeping scheme transforms landscapes and women's lives

This bee-keeping initiative inTanzania is giving 1,200 Maasai women financial independence, while turning them into conservationists of the land they live on.
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Watch live: House of Commons begins Queen's speech debate

Watch live: House of Commons begins Queen's speech debate

After the British monarch gave a Queen's speech, MPs in the House of Commons began to debate the contents.
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France v Turkey: Politicians call for match to be cancelled

France v Turkey: Politicians call for match to be cancelled

Turkish players celebrated with a military salute during Friday's victory over Albania, just days after Turkey launched military operations in northern Syria against Kurdish forces.
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Catalan regional leader Quim Torra calls for amnesty for convicted separatists

Catalan regional leader Quim Torra calls for amnesty for convicted separatists

"We call for an end to repression, for the release of the political prisoners, for the exiles to be free to return home, for an amnesty that should mark an endpoint for all of those who have suffered reprisals", said president Quim Torra.
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Hungary local elections: Opposition candidate Karácsony unseats Fidesz-backed incumbent in Budapest

Hungary local elections: Opposition candidate Karácsony unseats Fidesz-backed incumbent in Budapest

Hungary local elections: Opposition candidate Karácsony unseats Fidesz-backed incumbent in Budapest
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Watch: World's first hydrogen-powered boat docks in London

Watch: World's first hydrogen-powered boat docks in London

The 30-metre Energy Observer acts a "floating lab" for testing green maritime technology. It harnesses three renewable energies – solar, wind and hydro – to propel the boat and charge its batteries.
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EU says much still to be done before a Brexit deal as UK settled status applications spike

EU says much still to be done before a Brexit deal as UK settled status applications spike

The European Union has cautioned that 'a lot of work' remains if there is to be any Brexit deal by the October 31 deadline.
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Kenyan Brigid Kosgei sets new women's marathon world record, beating Paula Radcliffe's 2003 time

Kenyan Brigid Kosgei sets new women's marathon world record, beating Paula Radcliffe's 2003 time

Kenyan Brigid Kosgei sets new women's marathon world record, beating Paula Radcliffe's 2003 time
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