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Coronavirus: Spain begins overnight curfews after declaring state of emergency [Video]

Coronavirus: Spain begins overnight curfews after declaring state of emergency

The government on Sunday declared a new state of emergency, as it continues to battle a resurgence of coronavirus cases.View on euronews

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Brussels exhibition showcases forgeries and fakes throughout history [Video]

Brussels exhibition showcases forgeries and fakes throughout history

The role of fakes and forgeries throughout history is the focus of a new exhibition in the Belgian capital Brussels. View on euronews

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Drive-in Mass services becoming a Sunday favourite with Venezuelans [Video]

Drive-in Mass services becoming a Sunday favourite with Venezuelans

With more than 15 "drive-in masses" celebrated since August, 43-year-old priest Jonathan González said his church is a pioneer of the initiative in Venezuela, a mostly Catholic country.View on euronews

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Nigeria protests: Police chief declares crackdown after violence and looting [Video]

Nigeria protests: Police chief declares crackdown after violence and looting

President Buhari has said that at least 69 people have died in street violence since the protests - mainly civilians but also police officers and soldiers.View on euronews

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Lithuania votes: Centre-right opposition wins second round of legislative elections [Video]

Lithuania votes: Centre-right opposition wins second round of legislative elections

The conservative party, which got 25 per cent of the vote in the first round, took 49 of the 141 seats in parliament, according to preliminary results.View on euronews

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US elections: How the race between Trump and Biden has divided America more than ever [Video]

US elections: How the race between Trump and Biden has divided America more than ever

Any presidential election in the United States America is bound to divide Americans, but it seems like the country is more divided than ever. And getting there has taken years. But how did it happen? And how does America get out of it?View on euronews

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'America loves Poland': Trump brings Poles and Americans closer [Video]

'America loves Poland': Trump brings Poles and Americans closer

Trump's leadership style has fostered huge support in Poland, with both US and Polish presidents claiming that the current relations between the countries are "at the best they have ever been".

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Blaze of glory for Russia on the final round of the 2020 Budapest Grand Slam [Video]

Blaze of glory for Russia on the final round of the 2020 Budapest Grand Slam

The 2020 version of the Budapest Grand Slam saw Russia end in apotheosis on the final round of the competition, as the fighters of Eastern Europe dominated the three men's categories of the day. View on euronews

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Dublin streets quiet on second day of Ireland's new virus lockdown [Video]

Dublin streets quiet on second day of Ireland's new virus lockdown

On Thursday, Ireland became the first EU nation to return to lockdown.View on euronews

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Belarusian opposition leader Tikhanovskaya calls for nationwide strike [Video]

Belarusian opposition leader Tikhanovskaya calls for nationwide strike

Tikhanovskaya said the deadline for authorities to meet her demands, which included Lukashenko announcing his resignation, would expire at 11:59 pm on Sunday.View on euronews

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Ukraine votes: Local elections seen as a test for embattled president Volodymyr Zelenskyy [Video]

Ukraine votes: Local elections seen as a test for embattled president Volodymyr Zelenskyy

Widespread corruption and worsening living standards have seen support for the president's party fall to 17%, down from a high of 43% in last year's parliament elections.View on euronews

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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

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Hindu festival season scaled down due to coronavirus [Video]

Hindu festival season scaled down due to coronavirus

The colourful Hindu festivals of Durga Puja and Dussehra have been scaled down this year in India due to the coronavirus pandemic.View on euronews

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British store trials AI to spot customers not wearing face masks [Video]

British store trials AI to spot customers not wearing face masks

A West Yorkshire garden centre is using face recognition technology to remind visitors they should cover their faces to help curb the spread of COVID-19View on euronews

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Flare-up rages on over Nagorno-Karabakh despite US-hosted peace talks [Video]

Flare-up rages on over Nagorno-Karabakh despite US-hosted peace talks

As Armenian and Azerbaijani diplomats arrived in the US for peace talks, fighting continued over Nagorno-Karabakh.View on euronews

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Lee Kun-Hee, driving force behind Samsung’s rise, dies at 78 [Video]

Lee Kun-Hee, driving force behind Samsung’s rise, dies at 78

In just 30 years at the helm, Lee Kun-Hee turned Samsung into a global force and transformed South Korea into one of Asia's top economies.View on euronews

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Thousands of Israelis join protests calling for the resignation of Benjamin Netanyahu [Video]

Thousands of Israelis join protests calling for the resignation of Benjamin Netanyahu

Protesters are demanding the Israeli leader’s resignation over criminal corruption charges and his handling of the coronavirus crisis.

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France recalls ambassador after Erdoğan calls Macron's mental health into question [Video]

France recalls ambassador after Erdoğan calls Macron's mental health into question

The French presidency decried Erdoğan's "excess and rudeness" in his comments questioning Emmanuel Macron's mental health. It comes after the French president said he would do more to combat Islamic extremism.View on euronews

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Suicide bomb at Kabul education centre kills 18 and injures over 50 [Video]

Suicide bomb at Kabul education centre kills 18 and injures over 50

The explosion struck outside an education centre in a heavily Shiite neighbourhood of western Kabul.View on euronews

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Giant inflatable Borat floats down London's Thames to mark release of new film [Video]

Giant inflatable Borat floats down London's Thames to mark release of new film

A blowup Borat, mankini and all, surprised onlookers as it made its way down the Thames on Thursday.View on euronews

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US presidential election: Trump casts vote in key state of Florida [Video]

US presidential election: Trump casts vote in key state of Florida

"I voted for a guy named Trump," the president told reporters.View on euronews

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Drones deliver supplies to Israeli hospital in new pilot scheme [Video]

Drones deliver supplies to Israeli hospital in new pilot scheme

As many countries grapple with a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the drones mean items can be moved without the need for humans to expose themselves to the risk of travelling.View on euronews

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The hotel inspired by Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea [Video]

The hotel inspired by Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

Guests at this luxury hotel in Taiwan can take in the sights of the aquarium with which it shares its infrastructure.

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Strasbourg bar owners frustrated with curfew [Video]

Strasbourg bar owners frustrated with curfew

The city's bars emptied out at midnight when the new restrictions came into effect, leaving business owners concerned with the financial impact the second wave of coronavirus might have on their livelihoods.View on euronews

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WHO warns hospitals struggling as COVID-19 surge in Europe continues [Video]

WHO warns hospitals struggling as COVID-19 surge in Europe continues

The WHO has warned hospitals and intensive care units are running close to or above capacity in “too many countries”, as the coronavirus outbreak continues to surge across Europe.View on euronews

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Coronavirus: Czech army sets up 500-bed field hospital in anticipation of COVID-19 surge [Video]

Coronavirus: Czech army sets up 500-bed field hospital in anticipation of COVID-19 surge

The Czech army has sett up the first COVID-19 field hospital in Prague with a capacity of 500 beds and 10 intensive care units.View on euronews

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Protests in Italy as coronavirus curfews come into force [Video]

Protests in Italy as coronavirus curfews come into force

New measures imposed to curb coronavirus cases in Italy have led to outcry from business owners and demonstrations on the streets.View on euronews

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Sudan joins UAE and Bahrain in recognising Israel, Donald Trump announces [Video]

Sudan joins UAE and Bahrain in recognising Israel, Donald Trump announces

Part of the brokered deal includes a payment of €282.5 million from Sudan as compensation to US victims of terrorism.View on euronews

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US election: What are five big issues that Americans care about? [Video]

US election: What are five big issues that Americans care about?

US voters are taking to the polls ahead of the November 3 presidential election, but what are the main issues that voters care about?View on euronews

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Libya's rival factions sign UN-brokered 'permanent' ceasefire in Geneva [Video]

Libya's rival factions sign UN-brokered 'permanent' ceasefire in Geneva

Libya's two warring factions agreed to a permanent truce after five days of talks at the United Nations, which hailed the move as "historic".View on euronews

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'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

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QAnon in Europe: the meteoric rise of a dangerous conspiracy theory, boosted by the pandemic [Video]

QAnon in Europe: the meteoric rise of a dangerous conspiracy theory, boosted by the pandemic

Labelled a terror threat in the US by the FBI, Qanon's pro-Trump social media conspiracy theorists are now on the ground at demonstrations in Europe boosted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Unreported Europe looks into who they are - and why many experts..

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English football: how the lower leagues are desperately seeking cash [Video]

English football: how the lower leagues are desperately seeking cash

Cash-strapped clubs in the English Football League are in desperate need of financial support to prevent many of them from going out of business View on euronews

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Emirati henna artist launches natural henna brand & rolls out 'risqué' designs [Video]

Emirati henna artist launches natural henna brand & rolls out 'risqué' designs

Whilst the art form of henna may be thousands of years old, just like any fashionable trend it has taken many a stylish twist and turn down the years.View on euronews

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Samuel Paty murder: French opinion divided over government response to Islamic terrorism [Video]

Samuel Paty murder: French opinion divided over government response to Islamic terrorism

In the wake of the brutal beheading of Samuel Paty, French President Emmanuel Macron has promised a further crackdown on extremism. Some critics say the government's measures to handle the situation are disproportionate and dangerous. View on euronews

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Czech PM will dismiss health minister unless he resigns over 'inexcusable' restaurant visit [Video]

Czech PM will dismiss health minister unless he resigns over 'inexcusable' restaurant visit

Health Minister Roman Prymula has come under fire after he was photographed leaving a restaurant in the capital that should have been closed under the country's COVID-19 rules.View on euronews

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EU agriculture reform pits farmers against environmentalists as CAP vote looms large over Brussels [Video]

EU agriculture reform pits farmers against environmentalists as CAP vote looms large over Brussels

The EU's Common Agricultural Policy represents the largest slice of the EU budget, and is currently subject to fierce battles between farmers and environmentalists as the bloc seeks to reform its policy. Striking a balance between protecting..

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Might Al Harrah desert drawings reveal the Middle East’s forgotten past? [Video]

Might Al Harrah desert drawings reveal the Middle East’s forgotten past?

In this vast plain of the Al Harrah desert, stretching from Syria across north-eastern Jordan and into Saudi Arabia, ancient drawings are carved into volcanic basalt rock.View on euronews

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Al Ain Oasis: A monument to the UAE’s building & construction past [Video]

Al Ain Oasis: A monument to the UAE’s building & construction past

The archaeological city of Al Ain is located along the north-eastern border of the Rub’ Al Khali desert in the UAE. View on euronews

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E-learning: boosted by the pandemic, where is the teaching method headed? [Video]

E-learning: boosted by the pandemic, where is the teaching method headed?

The sudden explosion in distance learning because of COVID-19 has been positive in some areas and challenging in others - but how will it be incorporated in education going forward? Focus takes a look at the background to e-learning and - and how it's..

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Dubai breaks the record for the world's largest fountain [Video]

Dubai breaks the record for the world's largest fountain

The dancing fountain is not just for entertainment. It's also environmentally friendly, using seawater so there's no filtration system.View on euronews

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EU's green renovations proposal 'lacking ambition', says environmental lobby [Video]

EU's green renovations proposal 'lacking ambition', says environmental lobby

A so-called green renovation wave has been announced by the European Commission, but some organisations say that the proposals fall short of what is possible.View on euronews

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European hospitals under pressure as COVID-19 patient numbers increase [Video]

European hospitals under pressure as COVID-19 patient numbers increase

As Belgium, Italy, and Portugal continue to record high numbers of the new coronavirus, pressure on health services is also increasing.

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Argentina's nurses demand better working conditions as pandemic rages on [Video]

Argentina's nurses demand better working conditions as pandemic rages on

.Hundreds of nurses march through the streets of Buenos Aires towards the local government headquarters to ask for recognition, better salaries and improved working conditions.View on euronews

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London's Chinatown is 'over the Moon' about its lantern installation [Video]

London's Chinatown is 'over the Moon' about its lantern installation

An installation of lanterns promoting the new animated film "Over the Moon" gave Soho's Chinatown additional colour on Wednesday. View on euronews

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East Troublesome Fire continues to cause havoc in Colorado [Video]

East Troublesome Fire continues to cause havoc in Colorado

Dry and windy conditions fuel the East Troublesome Fire in ColoradoView on euronews

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Indigenous Amazonians fighting for lives say battle for rainforest involves whole world [Video]

Indigenous Amazonians fighting for lives say battle for rainforest involves whole world

Many indigenous people to the Amazon are fighting for their lives as their home, the rainforest, is destroyed. They say that the battle to save it involves the whole international community, not just them, as without it climate change will be..

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Arctic sea ice isn't freezing in October for the first time on record [Video]

Arctic sea ice isn't freezing in October for the first time on record

For the first time since records began, the main nursery of Arctic sea ice in Siberia has yet to start freezing - even though it's late October. View on euronews

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Poland's top court rules a law banning abortions when a foetus has birth defects is unconstitutional [Video]

Poland's top court rules a law banning abortions when a foetus has birth defects is unconstitutional

"Throwing in the topic of abortion and holding a pseudo-tribunal on it in the middle of a raging pandemic is more than cynicism. This is political villainy," said former Polish PM and President of the European Parliament Donald Tusk.View on euronews

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