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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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Experts Warn Restoring Notre Dame Cathedral Is Possible But Will Be 'Painstaking' Work

experts warn restoring notre dame cathedral is possible but will be 'painstaking' work
Even though French President Emmanuel Macron promised to rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral after a massive fire tore through the centuries-old church on Monday, experts said the process would be very..
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BREAKING: Terrible Fire Breaks Out At Historic Notre-Dame Cathedral In Paris

breaking: terrible fire breaks out at historic notre-dame cathedral in paris
French national police said a "significant fire" had broken out at the Notre Dame Cathedral in central Paris on Monday, according to EuroNews. Deputy Mayor of Paris Emmanuel Gregoire said police were..
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Videos for Euronews

Hope from the ashes in our special report ‘Saving Notre Dame' [Video]Hope from the ashes in our special report ‘Saving Notre Dame'

In our special report ‘Saving Notre-Dame’, we followed as events unfolded in Paris. Euronews charts the blaze as 800 years of history fall to ashes with eyewitness accounts, field reporting and..

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Road Trip Europe Day 25: The hard realities in the suburbs of Naples, Italy [Video]Road Trip Europe Day 25: The hard realities in the suburbs of Naples, Italy

We’re talking to people across Europe about the issues that affect them ahead of May’s European Parliament Elections on our EU road trip which has arrived in Naples. Euronews correspondents Jack..

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EU extends new judicial protections for whistleblowers | Raw Politics [Video]EU extends new judicial protections for whistleblowers | Raw Politics

On Tuesday, the European Parliament voted to provide increased protections for whistleblowers in the EU. Euronews spoke with former whistleblower Antoine Deltour to ask him what he thought of these new..

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'We can not allow Brexit to overshadow important things' [Video]'We can not allow Brexit to overshadow important things'

"We have things to do! And we can not allow Brexit to overshadow important things, because it keeps occupying our mind, our media, precious time that heads of states and government could use by..

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Samso's environmental mastermind [Video]Samso's environmental mastermind

When it comes to reducing its carbon footprint and implementing climate friendly energy solutions, the Danish island of Samso is a poster child. Euronews spoke to the man behind Samso's energy..

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EU prepares no-deal contingency plans for British people working in Europe [Video]EU prepares no-deal contingency plans for British people working in Europe

EU Commissioner for Employment Marianne Thyssen told Euronews’s Business Editor Sasha Vakulina that the measures would not be as far-reaching as those contained in the Withdrawal Agreement

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Former Ecuadorian President Warns Assange Faces Immediate Arrest [Video]Former Ecuadorian President Warns Assange Faces Immediate Arrest

Former Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa, told Euronews that Julian Assange faces immediate arrest

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Military assault on Tripoli is Military assault on Tripoli is "in public's interest', says Libyan rebel group

"European countries fear for civilians' safety but I can assure that our first concern is the civilians," a spokesman for the Libyan National Army told Euronews after the rebel group launched a..

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"It is absolutely necessary that Emmanuel Macron be defeated," says Marine Le Pen

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen sat down with Euronews and spoke about May's upcoming European Parliament elections.

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Watch: Tensions high in Istanbul as Erdogan's AK Party contest election results [Video]Watch: Tensions high in Istanbul as Erdogan's AK Party contest election results

A fight broke out between supporters of the ruling party and the main opposition party in the middle of a Euronews interview.

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Road Trip Europe 10 - Alicante: Road Trip Europe 10 - Alicante: "We feel abandoned by the British public that voted out"

On the next leg of Euronews' road trip in Alicante, Anelise Borges spoke to Carol, a local elected official, who weighed in on Brexit.

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"At least it gets us out of the EU": Tory rebel flips on Brexit deal

"What is happening in parliament now is leading to, frankly, staying in the EU, and that would be a huge betrayal of the 17.4 million people who voted for Brexit. So I think as a tactic, I may well..

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Road Trip Europe Day 8 - Cordoba: 'People are still being very negative about the future' [Video]Road Trip Europe Day 8 - Cordoba: 'People are still being very negative about the future'

Euronews team continues to travel through Europe to listen to people’s hopes and concerns ahead of the European elections in May.

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What is happening with the Lyon-Turin high speed line? Euronews traces the route to find out [Video]What is happening with the Lyon-Turin high speed line? Euronews traces the route to find out

Euronews' Lillo Montalto talks to people in the towns and villages affected by plans to build the high speed rail route connection France and Italy.

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Road Trip Europe Day 4: 'Brexit is a wake-up call', former Erasmus student on Euronews' red couch [Video]Road Trip Europe Day 4: 'Brexit is a wake-up call', former Erasmus student on Euronews' red couch

We meet a former Erasmus student who believes that while Brexit could be a call to arms against populism, it won't mean the end of the EU

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Road Trip Europe Day 2: Setubal, Portugal [Video]Road Trip Europe Day 2: Setubal, Portugal

The European Parliamentary elections are just ten weeks away, and Euronews is counting down by taking a roadtrip across the continent and talking to voters about what matters to them.

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Cyclone Idai wreaks havoc across Southeast Africa [Video]Cyclone Idai wreaks havoc across Southeast Africa

A devastating cyclone has slammed South Eastern Africa claiming lives in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. Red Cross confirmed to Euronews that they expect the death toll to categorically rise in..

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Road Trip day 1, Lisbon: Portugese workers demand returns on their sacrifices [Video]Road Trip day 1, Lisbon: Portugese workers demand returns on their sacrifices

Euronews sets out on a two-month trip ahead of the European elections.

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New Zealand shooting: Passersby had 'bloodstains on their clothes' [Video]New Zealand shooting: Passersby had 'bloodstains on their clothes'

Euronews spoke to one witness following the twin attack on mosques in New Zealand, which killed 49 people.

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UK PM Theresa May has a 'difficult job' to gather enough support to ratify her Brexit deal [Video]UK PM Theresa May has a 'difficult job' to gather enough support to ratify her Brexit deal

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has a "difficult job" to gather enough votes to push her Brexit deal over the line in parliament next week, Ireland's deputy prime minister, Simon Coveney, told Euronews

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Male, Muslim and feminist, UN’s Mohammad Naciri talks women’s rights in the Middle East [Video]Male, Muslim and feminist, UN’s Mohammad Naciri talks women’s rights in the Middle East

As the world celebrates International Women’s Day, Mohammad Naciri, a regional director for the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women, spoke to Euronews about the..

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International Women's Day: celebrating the female influence behind Euronews [Video]International Women's Day: celebrating the female influence behind Euronews

To mark International Women's Day, we are shining a light on the female influence behind Euronews.

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Cardinal Barbarin found guilty and Jewish museum trial | Europe briefing [Video]Cardinal Barbarin found guilty and Jewish museum trial | Europe briefing

Euronews brought you the latest news and updates as they happened this morning.

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Brexit: Citroen, BMW and Aston Martin call for an end to the uncertainty [Video]Brexit: Citroen, BMW and Aston Martin call for an end to the uncertainty

Manufacturers tell Euronews of their struggles as Brexit talks remain inconclusive.

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South Asia is a nuclear flashpoint, expert tells Euronews [Video]South Asia is a nuclear flashpoint, expert tells Euronews

South Asia is a nuclear flashpoint, expert tells Euronews

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Study On Astronaut Twin Brothers Details How Space Changes The Human Body

study on astronaut twin brothers details how space changes the human body
NASA released the results from its Twins study on Thursday after studying the changes in astronaut Scott Kellys body while and after he spent 340 days aboard the International Space Station in orbit,..
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