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Euronews is a European pay television news network, headquartered in Lyon, France. The network began broadcasting on 1 January 1993 and aimed to cover world news from a pan-European perspective.

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'Moldova is at a crossroads,' leader of pro-European opposition Maia Sandu tells Euronews [Video]

'Moldova is at a crossroads,' leader of pro-European opposition Maia Sandu tells Euronews

"We need a president who's going to defend Moldova's national interests regardless of whether this is in relation to Russia or other countries," Sandu said.View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 01:45Published
'We need to go a step further': French MP Laetitia Avia says more action is needed on online hate [Video]

'We need to go a step further': French MP Laetitia Avia says more action is needed on online hate

French MP Laetitia Avia told Euronews that tougher action must be taken on social media platforms, following the assassination of history teacher Samuel Paty.View on euronews

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Climate activists struggle to stay relevant during coronavirus pandemic [Video]

Climate activists struggle to stay relevant during coronavirus pandemic

The environmental organisation Fridays for Future Italia told Euronews about campaigning during the pandemic and why the climate and coronavirus crises are intrinsically linked.View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 02:51Published
'U-turn after U-turn': Chairman of Manchester Young Conservatives slams Prime Minister Boris Johnson [Video]

'U-turn after U-turn': Chairman of Manchester Young Conservatives slams Prime Minister Boris Johnson

The chairman of Manchester Young Conservatives has slammed UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, telling Euronews that the Tory leader has carried out "U-turn after U-turn, incompetent move after..

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 01:44Published
The Dardenne brothers are honoured at forward-looking Lumière Festival [Video]

The Dardenne brothers are honoured at forward-looking Lumière Festival

With the Cannes Film Festival unable to take place physically because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Lyon's prestigious Lumière Festival has assumed even greater significance - honouring the past..

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Will France's largest glacier still be here by the end of the century? [Video]

Will France's largest glacier still be here by the end of the century?

Euronews visits France's largest glacier La Mer de Glace to see the effects of climate change as part of EU Green Week 2020View on euronews

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Man decapitated near Paris, police confirm to Euronews [Video]

Man decapitated near Paris, police confirm to Euronews

JUST IN: A man has been decapitated near Paris, police confirm to Euronews

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Coronavirus: Only around 1/3 of French respondents would take COVID-19 vaccine, Euronews poll shows [Video]

Coronavirus: Only around 1/3 of French respondents would take COVID-19 vaccine, Euronews poll shows

Vaccine scepticism, even when it comes to COVID-19, appears high in France.

Credit: Euronews English     Duration: 02:29Published
Belarusian opposition figure Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya unfazed by Russian arrest warrant [Video]

Belarusian opposition figure Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya unfazed by Russian arrest warrant

Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, the Belarusian opposition figurehead who is currently in exile, told Euronews she is not frightened about being placed on Russia’s wanted list.

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Watch: Azerbaijan and Armenia leaders speak exclusively to Euronews [Video]

Watch: Azerbaijan and Armenia leaders speak exclusively to Euronews

The leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan talked exclusively to Euronews on Wednesday about the flare-up of deadly violence in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Watch live from 19h30 CESTView on..

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Blame game continues as Azerbaijani and Armenian leaders speak exclusively to Euronews [Video]

Blame game continues as Azerbaijani and Armenian leaders speak exclusively to Euronews

Armenia's Nikol Pashinyan and Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan discussed the flare-up in violence in Nagorno-Karabakh during exclusive interviews with Euronews.

Credit: Euronews English     Duration: 21:31Published
‘Like a grenade has gone off’: Infectious disease expert recounts his own struggle with ‘long COVID' [Video]

‘Like a grenade has gone off’: Infectious disease expert recounts his own struggle with ‘long COVID'

When he first developed symptoms of COVID-19 in March, Professor Paul Garner expected to develop only a mild form of the disease. "But it absolutely floored me," he told Euronews.

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Exploring Dubai's iconic coastline by boat [Video]

Exploring Dubai's iconic coastline by boat

In this episode of Explore, Euronews discovers Dubai's iconic coastline by boat. View on euronews

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Surrogacy - parenthood at any cost? The emotional and financial price [Video]

Surrogacy - parenthood at any cost? The emotional and financial price

What are the ethical arguments for and against surrogacy in Europe? And is it just about how healthy your finances are, as some believe? Euronews' Senior Foreign Correspondent Valerie Gauriat delves..

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Ensuring global access to a COVID-19 vaccine: Euronews moderates expert forum [Video]

Ensuring global access to a COVID-19 vaccine: Euronews moderates expert forum

With scientists racing to develop a COVID-19 vaccine, leaders face the unprecedented challenge of manufacturing and distributing a vaccine worldwide. Euronews will speak to some of the world's leading..

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Norway funds massive project to trap and store carbon dioxide [Video]

Norway funds massive project to trap and store carbon dioxide

"We are doing this because we want this technology to be developed so that more people, more countries, more companies can participate in it in the future," Norway's PM Erna Solberg told Euronews

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Magnitsky ally says EU foreign policy 'hijacked' by external interests [Video]

Magnitsky ally says EU foreign policy 'hijacked' by external interests

"If the major countries could make decisions by a majority as opposed to unanimity, you would see a lot more tough actions coming out of the EU towards countries like Russia," Bill Browder told..

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EU migration chief vows new pact will stop overcrowded refugee camps [Video]

EU migration chief vows new pact will stop overcrowded refugee camps

Euronews spoke to the EU's home affairs chief, Ylva Johansson, ahead of a new migration pact being announced on Wednesday.

Credit: Euronews English     Duration: 02:45Published

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