In California, deadly wildfires have hit a new record of land burned. New data reveals the California wildfires have destroyed more than 1.6 million hectares (4 million acres) of land, almost double the record for any previous year.
A German man dressed in military fatigues attacked another man outside a synagogue in the German city of Hamburg, according to police.
Harvey Alter, Michael Houghton and Charles Rice will share the Nobel Prize for Medicine for their work in identifying the Hepatitis C virus.
Cineworld is temporarily shutting more than 650 movie theatres in the US and UK – and 45 thousand people risk losing their jobs.
The far-right party has lost some of its support in states that have been a stronghold for them in recent years.
Thousands of dead marine animals washed ashore across Russia’s Kamchatka region as a result of an increased concentration of petrochemicals and phenols from an unidentified source entering coastal waters.
Have you ever been stuck in traffic and wished you could just fly over it? Well if you have, then that dream could soon be a reality.
Sunday is parliamentary election day in Kyrgyzstan. Campaigning has focused on fixing the economy and cutting decades of high unemployment.
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Madrid awoke Saturday to its first day under a partial lockdown, with police controlling travel in and out […]
Dozens of Armenian women reportedly turned up to an army recruitment center on Thursday, wanting to join the fight against Azerbaijan in Nagorno-Karabakh.
As fighting rages in Nagorno-Karabakh and casualties mount, civilians in Armenia have been rushing to help those on the front lines by donating their blood.
US President Donald Trump and the first lady tested positive for coronavirus Thursday. Trump tweeted that he and his wife Melania would begin their “recovery process immediately” and “get through this together.”
The United States has banned imports of palm oil from a Malaysian company, after a probe into allegations it uses forced labour.
As the sheer number of rapes and sexual assaults in Pakistan continues to cause outrage, the Karachi Martial Arts Center has been providing free self-defense classes for women and girls.
While the EU has praised Leuven’s model of governance, the city’s mayor has said that getting citizens and stakeholders to actively participate is easier in a city of 100,000 people.
The coronavirus is pushing more women to seek illegal abortions, as lockdowns limit healthcare. There are 25 million unsafe abortions every year, almost half all terminations worldwide.
Kuwait has sworn in its new emir, Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Sabah, to receive the body of his half-brother, the late ruler Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah who died in the United States at the age of 91.
Britain’s Great North Air Ambulance Service sent a jetpack-flying paramedic on a simulated rescue op at the Langdale Pikes.
Migrants in the Italian capital Rome are being ignored by the authorities and left to sleep on the streets while they await results of their asylum applications, it’s been claimed.
The Sharr mountain range lies near what was once the Iron Curtain on a ribbon of land designated the European Green Belt.
Underwater works have kicked off on a sunken WWII cargo ship in Crimea’s Feodosiya Gulf. Pyrotechnic divers carried out 85 diving descents and raised about 18,000 items, more than 5,000 of which turned out to be explosive.
A UK company, Gravity Industries, has been testing the tech with the help of paramedics in the mountains of the Lake District to see if it could help emergency services cut response times in rural and hard-to-reach places.
Germany has published a list of 90 potential nuclear waste repository sites.
In this week’s episode of Cult, Euronews meets some of the classical music stars performing at the Tsinandali Festival in Georgia.
On this week’s Futuris, Euronews meets the scientists in Greece helping to preserve and teach traditional craft practices using technology.
French President Emmanuel Macron has urged Lebanon’s leaders to form a government within six weeks. That is in line with his initiative to rescue the Lebanese from their political and economic crisis.