Greta Thunberg, Edward Snowden, and the people of Hong Kong are all potential contenders for this year's Nobel Peace Prize. Megan Revell runs through some of the other nominees and explains how they are chosen.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, last year's Nobel Peace Prize winner, on Sunday gave the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) 72 hours to surrender -- an ultimatum rejected by the leader of the dissident region, who has said his people are "ready to die" for their homeland.View on euronews
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Sweden's capital has enlisted the help of 1,000 'corona cabbies' to transport COVID-19 tests from homes to laboratories around the city. Taxi drivers have been hit hard financially by the pandemic, and are pleased to be supporting the testing efforts. Adam Reed reports.
17-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg waited 11 months to give it back to US President, exactly when he is most upset over the US Election results unfolding. But what is most amusing is she took..
US President Donald Trump has been furiously and hysterically tweeting about various states' ballot-counting processes.
He's argued that votes still being counted in vital battleground states such as..