UK election 2019: Did you think being a TV reporter was glamorous?

UK election 2019: Did you think being a TV reporter was glamorous?

Have a look behind the scenes of the UK General Elections with Euronews' Tadgh Enright.
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UK election 2019: Were the parties' campaign tactics dirty?

UK election 2019: Were the parties' campaign tactics dirty?

There were accusations of disinformation and fact-checking claims across the political spectrum as the fight for votes intensified.
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Bellini's Pirata: a tale of love, betrayal and madness

Bellini's Pirata: a tale of love, betrayal and madness

Betrayal, despair and madness combine in an unforgettable production of Bellini’s rarely staged masterpiece Il Pirata at the Teatro Real in Madrid.
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EU Council summit to focus on climate change and EU budget

EU Council summit to focus on climate change and EU budget

European leaders are meeting in Brussels today (December 12) and tomorrow (December 13) at a Council summit where talk will focus on the bloc's budget and climate change.
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'We're the black restorers': Meet the volunteers saving the wooden churches in northern Russia

'We're the black restorers': Meet the volunteers saving the wooden churches in northern Russia

Thousands of wooden monuments in Russia's north are being threatened with destruction because of a lack of government attention. Volunteers have stepped in.
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Polls open in Algeria election rejected by mass protest movement

Polls open in Algeria election rejected by mass protest movement

Polls opened in Algeria on Thursday for a delayed presidential election that is opposed by a mass protest movement, just months after the ousting of the country's long-time ruler Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
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Why is India's new citizenship law sparking protests? Euronews answers

Why is India's new citizenship law sparking protests? Euronews answers

Euronews looks at the bill and the controversies surrounding it as protests rage in the South Asian nation.
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Israel faces prospect of third general election in a year

Israel faces prospect of third general election in a year

Israel is facing a third general election in a year after politicians failed to agree on the compositon of a new agreement before the deadline of midnight on Wednesday
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Greece attempts to halt its brain drain

Greece attempts to halt its brain drain

Tens of thousands of Greeks have left the country over the past decade in search of better career prospects. Now the Greek government has launched an incentive programme designed to encourage qualified young workers to return home.
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All you need to know about the UK's crucial Brexit election as voting begins across the country

All you need to know about the UK's crucial Brexit election as voting begins across the country

Here is our guide to understanding the UK's pivotal vote on Thursday.
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First past the post: The UK voting system explained

First past the post: The UK voting system explained

The system used to decide elections is called 'first past the post'. But it's more complicated than it sounds. Let Euronews' Andrew Lebentz talk you through the quagmire.
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New Zealand police plan to recover bodies from volcanic island on Friday

New Zealand police plan to recover bodies from volcanic island on Friday

Police in New Zealand are planning to go to the volcanic White Island on Friday to retrieve bodies of people killed in this week's eruption, while the known death toll from the disaster climbed to eight.
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UK election 2019: How has it played out on social media?

UK election 2019: How has it played out on social media?

Which party leader had the largest social media engagement? Which issues have become central to the election campaign?
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French PM Edouard Philippe unveils controversial new pensions system

French PM Edouard Philippe unveils controversial new pensions system

The government is proposing to simplify the current system, which has 42 different pension schemes for workers depending on their profession. It comes amid crippling strikes by those opposed to the reform.
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Pollution, plants and protests: Where do UK parties stand on Green issues?

Pollution, plants and protests: Where do UK parties stand on Green issues?

During their campaigns, the political parties have gone big on environmental policies. The Green Party demands zero man-made greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. The Labour Party calls for a reduction by then, with the LibDems and SNP aiming fo ra de...
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Why are wine producers in Spain moving their vineyards uphill?

Why are wine producers in Spain moving their vineyards uphill?

Spanish winemakers are packing up their vines and heading for the hills. Euronews correspondent Jaime Velazquez has been to a vineyard near Barcelona to find out why.
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Czechs protest against PM Babis after damning EU report

Czechs protest against PM Babis after damning EU report

The latest protest against Andrej Babis was called after Czech prosecutors reopened a probe into Babis's business dealings.
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Aung San Suu Kyi at the ICJ for Myanmar genocide trial

Aung San Suu Kyi at the ICJ for Myanmar genocide trial

The Nobel Peace Prize laureate has been heavily criticised in the past for failing to condemn the authorities' crackdown on Muslim minorities.
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Nobel laureates receive awards in ceremony clouded by controversy

Nobel laureates receive awards in ceremony clouded by controversy

The decision to award Austrian Author Peter Handke with the 2019 Literature Prize has led to a backlash over his support of the late former Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic.
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'We must not let fear stop us': Young women share stories of activism

'We must not let fear stop us': Young women share stories of activism

At a United Nations summit in Geneva, young women spoke about child marriage, sexual slavery, indigenous rights, corruption and climate change.
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'I'll do what I can': In Glasgow South, a Liberal Democrat fights a losing battle

'I'll do what I can': In Glasgow South, a Liberal Democrat fights a losing battle

Ahead of the general election on Thursday, Euronews looks at how Glasgow South is a microcosm of Liberal Democrat decline
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The Favourite lives up to its name at European cinema's night of nights

The Favourite lives up to its name at European cinema's night of nights

It was the clear winner at the European Film Awards in Berlin, picking up a total of eight awards, including Best Film and Best Director for Yorgos Lanthimos.
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Jonathan Coe: Brexit might begin a conversation Britain needs to have with itself

Jonathan Coe: Brexit might begin a conversation Britain needs to have with itself

The author of "Middle England" gives his thoughts to Euronews on Thursday's general election and the ongoing aftershock of the 2016 EU referendum.
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Brexit: Is Boris Johnson telling the truth about Northern Ireland border checks?

Brexit: Is Boris Johnson telling the truth about Northern Ireland border checks?

The UK prime minister has been called out as wrong for saying there will be no checks on goods between Britain and Northern Ireland after Brexit.
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Gunman kills himself after shooting six dead in Czech hospital

Gunman kills himself after shooting six dead in Czech hospital

Police said they found the perpetrator dead in his car from an apparent suicide.
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British expat in Spain 'frustrated' as 15 year rule bars her from vote

British expat in Spain 'frustrated' as 15 year rule bars her from vote

60% of all British nationals resident in EU countries will be unable to vote in the UK's 2nd General Election in three years, which takes place on Thursday. They are barred from doing so because of a 2002 law which prevents people voting after 15 ...
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Finland's Sanna Marin becomes the world's youngest Prime Minister

Finland's Sanna Marin becomes the world's youngest Prime Minister

Finland's Former Transport minister becomes the youngest serving head of government after Antti Rinne's resignation.
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'Nothing supernatural happened': Russian Anti-Doping Agency CEO reacts to WADA ban

'Nothing supernatural happened': Russian Anti-Doping Agency CEO reacts to WADA ban

The Russian Anti-Doping Agency CEO reacted after the World Anti-Doping Agency imposed 4-year ban imposed on Russia on Monday.
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Climate protests across Europe as COP25 summit enters second week

Climate protests across Europe as COP25 summit enters second week

Madrid, Paris, Brussels and London are among the European capitals to host climate change protests
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White Island Volcano erupts in New Zealand leaving at least five dead and several injured

White Island Volcano erupts in New Zealand leaving at least five dead and several injured

A volcano erupted in New Zealand on Monday leaving at least five dead and several tourists injured. Police said there could be more fatalities. 23 people have been transported to shore and over 27 remain on the island.
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Swedish activist Greta Thunberg visits COP25 counter-summit in Madrid

Swedish activist Greta Thunberg visits COP25 counter-summit in Madrid

Teenage activist Greta Thunberg visited an alternative climate summit for climate activists in Madrid, where COP25 is being held
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Outrage in India following string of violent rape and murder cases

Outrage in India following string of violent rape and murder cases

Women performed the feminist anthem 'A Rapist in Your Path' on Saturday to call out government inaction to tackle India's high rape rate.
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Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong mark six months of protests

Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong mark six months of protests

Protesters have expanded their demands to include an investigation into police brutality, setting protesters free, and universal suffrage.
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Mass protests in Belarus over president's meeting with Putin

Mass protests in Belarus over president's meeting with Putin

Demonstrators gather in Minsk in Belarus to protest against closer ties with Russia.
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UK leaders' debate: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clash over Brexit, security and fake news

UK leaders' debate: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clash over Brexit, security and fake news

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his rival Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn clashed over Brexit, security, fake news, and more in a leaders' debate six days before voters go to the polls.
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Only rain will put out Australia's raging bushfires, fire chiefs say

Only rain will put out Australia's raging bushfires, fire chiefs say

A three-year drought has left much of the vast country tinder dry and in some areas, fire chiefs say they won't be able to put fires out without rain.
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Merkel visits Auschwitz memorial for the first time after 14 years as Germany's Chancellor

Merkel visits Auschwitz memorial for the first time after 14 years as Germany's Chancellor

The Chancellor, accompanied by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki during the visit, will bring a 60 million euro donation to help conserve the place where the Nazis ran their largest death camp.
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Protesters killed in Iraq hours after US sanctions Iraqi militia leaders

Protesters killed in Iraq hours after US sanctions Iraqi militia leaders

The attack came mere hours after the United States moved against three Iranian-backed Iraqi paramilitary leaders, slapping financial sanctions on them over deadly attacks against protesters.
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Far right Vox party strikes a chord with disenchanted Spaniards

Far right Vox party strikes a chord with disenchanted Spaniards

The city of Parla, south of Madrid, is a traditional left wing stronghold. Vox champions national unity while promising to halt illegal immigration and political corruption. Here that message struck a chord.
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Trading profit for health: exploring Bosnia's toxic relationship with coal

Trading profit for health: exploring Bosnia's toxic relationship with coal

Despite their detrimental impact on environment and health, this post-Yugoslav republic is not gearing up for decarbonisation. The reason? Money.
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Electric eel lights up aquarium Christmas tree

Electric eel lights up aquarium Christmas tree

This electric eel is named Miguel Wattson. He gives off electric shocks when he is feeding or excited.
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Abu Dhabi Youth Hub opens, UAE Youth Minister talks new challenges and initiatives

Abu Dhabi Youth Hub opens, UAE Youth Minister talks new challenges and initiatives

Against the UAE capital’s skyline of towering, angular buildings, the newly opened Abu Dhabi Youth Hub stands out.
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What’s it like to be a blind voice-over artist? Amal Al Mansouri tells her story

What’s it like to be a blind voice-over artist? Amal Al Mansouri tells her story

Thirty-one-year-old Emirati, Amal Al Mansouri is a struggling artist of a different kind.
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Are the French Alps a hub for a Russian espionage network?

Are the French Alps a hub for a Russian espionage network?

Towns such as Megeve, Chamonix, and Annemasse in the Haute-Savoie department in the Alps is said to have been used as a logistics base for the covert operations of at least 15 Russian spies in Europe.
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Hard left? Anti-Semetic? Truly for the many? Where are Labour right now?

Hard left? Anti-Semetic? Truly for the many? Where are Labour right now?

The Labour Party: Who are the main rivals to the poll-leading Conservatives', and how do they plan to take the country forward?
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Ukrainian beauty queen who was forced to give up crown sues for discrimination

Ukrainian beauty queen who was forced to give up crown sues for discrimination

Veronika Didusenko was crowned the most beautiful woman in her country. She took part and won the 2018 Miss Ukraine beauty-pageant. But then, after four days, she was forced to give up her crown once organisers discovered she was divorced and had ...
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