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In a landmark visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to Athens, the two countries agreed to boost trade and establish communication channels between coastguards to tackle the issue of migration.
In a joint statement released on Thursday, Armenia and Azerbaijan announced plans to "reach a peace treaty on the basis of respect for the principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity."
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz addressed the gathering in Berlin, expressing his desire for the Hanukkah candle to radiate its significance beyond the square and endure "well beyond the eight days" of the festival.
As migrants travel along the Balkan route towards Western Europe, NGOs are trying to keep track of those who lose their lives, but many tombstones remain nameless.
A resident of the village of Denderleeuw in Flanders has contacted the police in the city of Wavre regarding fraud committed by the owners of the Goldsilver.be website. This website has long been known as fraudulent, and there are quite a few online reviews from people who paid
Johan Cruyff, Marco van Basten, Clarence Seedorf, and Dennis Bergkamp, are just a few of the world football greats who took their first steps toward greatness at the famed academy set up at AFC Ajax. The Dutch giants have been responsible for finding some of the best
The Festival of Lights is marked around the world amid a difficult time for Jewish communities
Governments agree oil and gas firms must deploy permanent CO2 storage facilities at an unprecedented scale, but the industry argues it is pointless without also building up carbon capture and transport infrastructure, while NGOs fear the plans distract from the need to cut
It has been one of the most successful years ever for the computer game industry so competition is fierce for the title of top Game of the Year.
Travelling by train in 2024? These are the best stations for shops, services and waiting times.
Journalists must give a voice to the underrepresented and underprivileged communities at the receiving end of much of the misinformation that drives polarising narratives and undermines trust in democracy itself, Meera Selva writes.
The Christmas tree in Kyiv was lit up on Wednesday evening, attracting dozens of residents to enjoy the festivities on St. Nicholas Day.
While opera and midwifery require care and considerate protection, the UN-backed association also listed Türkiye's olive cultivation as a practice in need of urgent safeguarding.
“You can't think of it as a hobby. Karting is life. Eat, sleep, kart, repeat.”
Kazakhstan's Pivotal Role in the Global Energy Transition: A Look at President Tokayev's JETP Initiative at COP28
An ambitious initiative unveiled by Kazakhstan's President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev at the Twenty-eighth Conference of Parties (COP28) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Dubai has the potential to significantly shape the global energy
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has signed an order to hold an early presidential election in the country. The President ordered the Central Election Commission to ensure the conduct of the snap election on February 7. "The Central Election Commission of
The BBC has seen evidence of foreigners without valid visas being sent to a military camp near Ukraine.
Some two million visitors are expected in the French city of Lyon to be dazzled by the annual Fête des Lumières, which runs until 10 December.
European leaders will "not be able to tolerate that our industrial base is undermined by unfair competition," Ursula von der Leyen warned on Thursday after a highly anticipated meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The value of Elon Musk's space exploration company, SpaceX, has increased significantly. Euronews Business takes a closer look.
Governments are halfway through negotiations and opinion is divided on the chances of success at the landmark climate talks.
Biotech startups are using AI to speed drug discovery, revolutionising pharmaceuticals. Iktos aims to halve pre-clinical drug discovery time.
The EU should consider visa bans on violent Israeli settlers, as well as a tougher crackdown on Palestinian group Hamas, in reaction to the Gaza war, EU foreign-relations chief Josep Borrell has said.
In Lyon, millions of people flock to the Fête des lumières, a festival with light displays installed across the city.
Paris 2024 have pushed their sustainability credentials despite the surfing events being held 16,000 km away.
The European Parliament and member states failed on Thursday to reach a political deal on the Artificial Intelligence Act following marathon talks in Brussels that stretched over 22 hours. Negotiations will resume on Friday.
Using a method that can fit batteries in up to 42 mainstream car models, start-up e-Revolt believes it can cut conversion times from months to a day.
With less than a month to go before the start of a new leadership of the European Investment Bank, the world's largest multilateral lender, the path seems finally clear for one of the candidates, Spanish finance minister Nadia Calviño.
The European Union's sanctions evasion clampdown - aimed at stopping countries from inadvertently providing Russia with EU-made technology used in military equipment - should start at home, according to the bloc's sanctions envoy David O'Sullivan.
Activists in Glasgow have staged a blockade at the BAE Systems factory, joined by coordinated protests across the UK and Europe, urging the company to sever ties with Israel and calling for a permanent ceasefire in Gaza.
Analysts say it's unlikely that anyone but the current Russian president will be able to take up the mantle at the next election.
The eurozone economy shrank slightly in the third quarter of 2023 as inventory levels fell more than expected
It is the fourth sexual abuse lawsuit against the hip-hop mogul in recent weeks, whose complainant has kept her name under a pseudonym. Combs denies the allegations and says they are looking for "a quick payday".
The increase comes as a surprise to analysts expecting a drop of more than 1% in the world’s second-biggest economy.
In recent weeks, sovereign bond yields across the eurozone have experienced a significant downward trend, propelled by mounting market anticipation of forthcoming rate cuts by the European Central Bank (ECB) in 2024.
In 2022, the EU spent €352 billion on research & development (R&D), 6.34% more than in the previous year (€331bn) and 48.52% more than in 2012 (€237bn). When looking at R&D intensity, i.e. R&D expenditure as a percentage of GDP, data show a slight decrease from 2.27% in 2021 to
The French trade balance improved by €200 million in October compared to the previous month. Euronews Business breaks down the latest economic data.
Improving pet traceability and banning practices such as ear cropping are among the measures the EU executive has proposed today (7 December) to improve animal welfare standards for cats and dogs.
The Birmingham-born writer was known for his poetry, music, acting roles and also for refusing to accept a royal honour from the Queen in protest against the government's policies and Britain's colonial legacy.