October 16 is World Food Day, and as we tuck into our meal for the day, let’s also spare a thought for those going hungry across Asia.
We break down how Turkey has become one of Africa’s key strategic partners through diplomacy, trade, infrastructure, education projects, humanitarian aid and even military cooperation.
“Lebanon is still on the edge”. @ZeinakhodrAljaz is back on the streets where gun battles erupted on Thursday, to explain why there are fears of more violence.
Passengers on the Moscow metro can now pay for their commute using facial recognition technology.
While some states ‘stand up’ to mandatory vaccinations, in others, top athletes are being forced to get the jab.
A court in Brussels has started considering a crimes against humanity lawsuit brought by five biracial women who were born in Congo and taken away from their Black mothers when they were little and the country was under Belgian colonial rule.
Zarifa Ghafari spoke to Euronews in Brussels about her experience fleeing Afghanistan.
Danish artist Jens Galschiot has hired a lawyer to secure a sculpture installed at the University of Hong Kong’s campus after HKU ordered its removal last week.
A truck decked out with technological devices and artistic instruments is on a voyage across Turkey’s remote countryside. It aims to take technology to children who cannot easily access it.
Mosques in Cologne will now be allowed to relay the call to prayer via loudspeakers every Friday, making it the first major German city to permit the practice.
A school in Belgium has warned parents about children playing versions of ‘1,2,3 Piano’ and “beating up” the loser.
A man wielding a bow and arrow killed five people and wounded two others near a grocery store in the southeastern Norwegian town of Kongsberg on Wednesday, authorities said.
Ten years after the musician’s death, hundreds of personal items that belonged to late Grammy-winning singer Amy Winehouse go on auction.
The UK government’s delay in imposing a lockdown at the start of the pandemic is one of the country’s worst-ever public health failures. That is the conclusion of a newly released Parliamentary report.
Amid an ongoing child-abuse scandal that has rocked the French Catholic Church, the debate over ‘confessional secrecy’ is boiling, and the country’s top bishop says ‘it prevents the Church from disclosing admissions of child-sex abuse’.
In Burkina Faso, 14 suspects have gone on trial for the murder of Thomas Sankara in 1987. Many in the country expect the long-awaited court case could unveil the murky circumstances surrounding the death of the revolutionary leader.
As Iraq’s election results show cleric Moqtada al Sadr’s party has won the vote, we take a look at the hardships the country has been through as its youth struggles to bring real change to the country.
Dozens of migrants remain camped in dire conditions outside a UN facility in Libya, seeking resettlement.
Vaccination is highly effective at preventing severe cases of Covid-19, even against the Delta variant, a vast study in France has shown.
The Alps are an essential transit area for freight transport. But road traffic generates noise, pollution and traffic jams in this sensitive ecosystem.
In the US, not everyone is celebrating Columbus Day, because his legacy is now widely seen as one of colonisation, genocide and oppression.
A frustrated UK manufacturing sector is warning of production shutdowns because of soaring gas prices.
Abdul Qadeer Khan, credited with making Pakistan a nuclear power, has died at the age of 85.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo is struggling to control a deadly meningitis outbreak. In August, the government declared an epidemic.
The Afghan Taliban came to prominence in its two-decade long war with the US and its ultimate victory […]
In Russia, bare-knuckle boxing has surged in popularity during COVID lockdowns. For the fighters, it offers an escape from a stagnant economy that is making life difficult.
Scientists warn the situation is still tense and unpredictable as the Cumbre Vieja volcano continues to erupt on the Spanish island of La Palma.