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Brussels wants to better integrate migrants but questions remain over how they will do it [Video]

Brussels wants to better integrate migrants but questions remain over how they will do it

The European Commission (EC) says that around 34 million people living in the EU were born outside the bloc and that everyone has the right to "realise their full potential".View on euronews

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Franco-British duo walk from Marseille to Paris collecting thousands of discarded face masks [Video]

Franco-British duo walk from Marseille to Paris collecting thousands of discarded face masks

One is called "the English snail", the other "the Marseille boar". Together, they are walking from Marseille to Paris, collecting thousands of discarded facemasks along the way, as well as plastic bottles and fast food wasteView on euronews

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Locals in Rome can now get a COVID-19 test at pharmacies [Video]

Locals in Rome can now get a COVID-19 test at pharmacies

Staring this week local pharmacies are allowed to perform antigenic swabs or, alternatively, serological tests for a fixed cost of €22 to anyone who wants one.View on euronews

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French lawmakers give the green light to controversial global security bill [Video]

French lawmakers give the green light to controversial global security bill

Journalists and rights groups argue that a draft security bill would curtail press freedom and lead to less police accountability. The EU warned that it will examine the final law to ensure it complies with the bloc's law.View on euronews

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Bringing an ancient Roman vineyard back to life [Video]

Bringing an ancient Roman vineyard back to life

Thanks to archeologists and a local winemaker, this two thousand year-old vineyard which was buried by Mt Vesuvius, offers a true taste of ancient Rome.View on euronews

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Johnson unveils 'tougher' COVID-19 multi-tier system ahead of lockdown easing [Video]

Johnson unveils 'tougher' COVID-19 multi-tier system ahead of lockdown easing

Boris Johnson confirmed on Monday that England's lockdown will be lifted on December 2 to be replaced by a multi-tier system "tougher" than the one rolled out in October. View on euronews

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Fibreglass shark linked to Jaws movie is installed at new musuem [Video]

Fibreglass shark linked to Jaws movie is installed at new musuem

The shark was rescued from a scrapyard and will go on display at the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles.View on euronews

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'Shocking': Police criticised over dismantling of Paris migrant camp [Video]

'Shocking': Police criticised over dismantling of Paris migrant camp

"They are too violent," sobbed Shahbuddin, a 34-year-old Afghan as he put a grey beanie back on his head after being forced out of his tent. "We just want a roof."View on euronews

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Lockerbie: Appeal to posthumously clear the man convicted of 1988 bombing gets underway [Video]

Lockerbie: Appeal to posthumously clear the man convicted of 1988 bombing gets underway

Libyan intelligence officer Abdel Basset al-Megrahi was jailed for life in 2001 for the 1988 murder of the 270 passengers and crew of Pan Am flight 103 over the Scottish town of Lockervie. He died in 2012.View on euronews

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Police forcefully remove migrants from central Paris square in 'shocking' scene [Video]

Police forcefully remove migrants from central Paris square in 'shocking' scene

France's interior minister called the images of police forcefully removing migrants from the Place de la République "shocking".View on euronews

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AstraZeneca awaiting 'relatively fast' vaccine approval from the EU, executive says [Video]

AstraZeneca awaiting 'relatively fast' vaccine approval from the EU, executive says

The company's Executive Vice President for Europe and Canada told Euronews that once approved the vaccine could be distributed "very fast" across all EU member states.View on euronews

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Turkey blocks an EU mission inspection of a cargo vessel travelling to Libya [Video]

Turkey blocks an EU mission inspection of a cargo vessel travelling to Libya

Turkey blocks an EU mission inspection of a cargo vessel travelling to LibyaView on euronews

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Trust between EU and UK must be rebuilt to break Brexit deadlock, Irish PM tells Euronews [Video]

Trust between EU and UK must be rebuilt to break Brexit deadlock, Irish PM tells Euronews

London and Brussels still have unresolved differences. But for some, the key to getting a post-Brexit trade deal is rebuilding trust between the two. View on euronews

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Now we must focus on how to distribute these COVID vaccines, says expert [Video]

Now we must focus on how to distribute these COVID vaccines, says expert

Dr Jeffrey Lazarus was speaking to Euronews after a third vaccine claimed to have had success at fighting COVID-19 in trials. View on euronews

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Teleworking holidays: Canary Islands try to attract Europe's growing numbers of remote workers [Video]

Teleworking holidays: Canary Islands try to attract Europe's growing numbers of remote workers

As winter kicks in, some flexible workers are looking to ditch often lonely and isolated home offices for warmer climes, something the Canary Islands want to cash in on following the impact of the coronavirus on its main source of income: tourism.View..

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How does Nanocargo breast cancer technology differ from current therapies? [Video]

How does Nanocargo breast cancer technology differ from current therapies?

How does Nanocargo breast cancer technology differ from current therapies? Euronews speaks to the doctor behind it in Poland to find out.View on euronews

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EU air quality improves, but number of deaths linked to air pollution still high [Video]

EU air quality improves, but number of deaths linked to air pollution still high

Air pollution has been on the decline over the past ten years, according to the latest figures from the European Environment Agency. However, air pollution caused the premature death of 379,000 people in the EU in 2018.View on euronews

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Donald Trump cheered by supporters as he heads to golf course [Video]

Donald Trump cheered by supporters as he heads to golf course

Protesters and supporters regularly gather outside the club’s entrance when he playsView on euronews

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Vladivostok left draped in ice after freak storms [Video]

Vladivostok left draped in ice after freak storms

Freak ice storms following an abnormal weather phenomenon have left 150,000 people without water and electricity in the far eastern Russian city of Vladivostok and prompted a state of emergency.View on euronews

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Brussels decorates its Christmas tree as famous Paris avenue is lit up [Video]

Brussels decorates its Christmas tree as famous Paris avenue is lit up

The countdown to Christmas is underway in European capitals Brussels and Paris. View on euronews

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Police use drones to monitor overcrowding at reopened Madrid flea market [Video]

Police use drones to monitor overcrowding at reopened Madrid flea market

The ancient and emblematic Rastro market opened its doors again on Sunday after an eight-month coronavirus-related shutdown.View on euronews

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Coronavirus: Is vaccine scepticism the next hurdle to overcome in the fight against COVID-19? [Video]

Coronavirus: Is vaccine scepticism the next hurdle to overcome in the fight against COVID-19?

In France, for example, little more than half of adults plan to get vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a recent survey. View on euronews

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Coronavirus: Oxford University candidate vaccine is 70% effective [Video]

Coronavirus: Oxford University candidate vaccine is 70% effective

The vaccine was 90% effective if administered at a half dose and then at a full dose and 62% effective if administered in two full doses.View on euronews

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Hong Kong’s Joshua Wong taken into custody after guilty plea [Video]

Hong Kong’s Joshua Wong taken into custody after guilty plea

Wong, together with fellow activists Ivan Lam and Agnes Chow, pleaded guilty to charges related to organising, taking part in and inciting protesters to join an unauthorised protest outside police headquarters last June. View on euronews

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Hundreds detained in latest anti-government demos in Belarus [Video]

Hundreds detained in latest anti-government demos in Belarus

Rights groups say hundreds of protesters have been arrested in Belarus as weekly demonstrations against President Alexander Lukashenko continue.View on euronews

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Former French President Nikolas Sarkozy due in court on corruption charges [Video]

Former French President Nikolas Sarkozy due in court on corruption charges

The former French President Nikolas Sarkozy is due to appear in court on corruption charges that could see him go to jail for up to ten years if proven.View on euronews

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Thousands pay homage as Serbia's Patriarch is laid to rest after dying of COVID-19 [Video]

Thousands pay homage as Serbia's Patriarch is laid to rest after dying of COVID-19

Serbia is currently facing the worst health crisis since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.View on euronews

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Thousands protest in Taipei over US pork imports [Video]

Thousands protest in Taipei over US pork imports

Protesters are also angry over labour issues and media freedom.View on euronews

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'A kindergarten for divers': World's deepest swimming pool opens its doors in Poland [Video]

'A kindergarten for divers': World's deepest swimming pool opens its doors in Poland

The previous record belonged to a 42-metre-deep swimming pool in Italy. The new 'Deepspot' pool in Poland won't hold the record for very long, either.View on euronews

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'Green' LGBTQ mural created with 'polution-eating' paint unveiled in Rome [Video]

'Green' LGBTQ mural created with 'polution-eating' paint unveiled in Rome

A giant mural paying homage to the LGBTQ community has been unveiled in Rome sprayed with paint that it's claimed reduces air pollution.View on euronews

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Flames rip through Guatemala's Congress as street battles rage [Video]

Flames rip through Guatemala's Congress as street battles rage

Protests broke out over budget cuts to health and education.View on euronews

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Burkina Faso goes to the polls in shadow of jihadist threat [Video]

Burkina Faso goes to the polls in shadow of jihadist threat

The security crisis has dominated the campaign and an undisclosed number of troops have been deployed for polling day.View on euronews

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G20 leaders call for worldwide coordinated response to COVID-19 pandemic [Video]

G20 leaders call for worldwide coordinated response to COVID-19 pandemic

World leaders at the first virtual G20 summit, hosted this year by Saudi Arabia, called for COVID-19 vaccines for all countries and globally coordinated response to the coronavirus pandemic.View on euronews

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This Swiss resort may hold the secret to living longer [Video]

This Swiss resort may hold the secret to living longer

Could 'biohacking' help you live a longer, healthier life?View on euronews

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Madrid market's makeover after street festival moves due to COVID-19 [Video]

Madrid market's makeover after street festival moves due to COVID-19

Shopfronts in a traditional Madrid market got a makeover as part of a reimagined street art festival in the Spanish capital. View on euronews

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Coronavirus: Danish farmers demonstrate against government's mink slaughter policy [Video]

Coronavirus: Danish farmers demonstrate against government's mink slaughter policy

About 500 tractors adorned with Danish flags and protest signs demanding the government to resign pass through Copenhagen in a demonstration against the government's decision to cull more than 15 million mink to halt the spread of a coronavirus..

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Saudi acrobatic planes perform flyover to mark start of G20 summit [Video]

Saudi acrobatic planes perform flyover to mark start of G20 summit

Saudi Arabia's King Salman officially launches the G20 summit in a first for an Arab nation, with the virtual forum dominated by efforts to tackle the coronavirus pandemic and the worst global recession in decades.View on euronews

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Venezuelans flock to malls for early Black Friday deals amid pandemic [Video]

Venezuelans flock to malls for early Black Friday deals amid pandemic

Venezulans flock to shopping centers in the capital to take advantage of an early Black Friday deals as Nicolas Maduro's government relaxes the measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in an effort to boost the economy.View on euronews

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School students lead third pro-democracy rally in a week in Bangkok [Video]

School students lead third pro-democracy rally in a week in Bangkok

The students defied government threats to crack down on Thailand's pro-democracy protest movement which is demanding sweeping changes to the constitution, including the monarch's rights and privileges.View on euronews

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Vendée Globe: The feminine touch of sailing [Video]

Vendée Globe: The feminine touch of sailing

Six women are among the 32 "skippers" in competition, challenging the high seas in one of the toughest and most prestigious races in the world.View on euronews

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Protests erupt in Brazil after black man beaten to death by supermarket security [Video]

Protests erupt in Brazil after black man beaten to death by supermarket security

People protested in a Carrefour supermarket in Rio de Janeiro after the death of a Black man beaten by white security guards at another branch in Porto Alegre. The killing has sparked outrage on social networks and overshadowed Brazil's Black..

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Kabul attack: Several killed in rocket attacks on residential areas in Afghan capital [Video]

Kabul attack: Several killed in rocket attacks on residential areas in Afghan capital

At least eight people have been killed and scores of buildings damaged in a barrage of rocket fire in the latest wave of violence in the Afghan capital.View on euronews

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Romanian nightclub fire documentary named as one of best ever films about journalism [Video]

Romanian nightclub fire documentary named as one of best ever films about journalism

A documentary about investigative reporting after a nightclub fire in Romania is described as one of the best films ever made about journalismView on euronews

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Hurricanes Iota and Eta deal Honduras a catastrophic double-blow [Video]

Hurricanes Iota and Eta deal Honduras a catastrophic double-blow

The destruction to people's homes and their agricultural land has created a natural disaster that rivals the worst the region has ever suffered.View on euronews

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In crucial electoral state Georgia's governor certifies Democrat win [Video]

In crucial electoral state Georgia's governor certifies Democrat win

It brings the state one step closer to wrapping up an election fraught with unfounded accusations of fraud by Trump and his supporters. View on euronews

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Hondurans return to their homes ravaged by severe flooding [Video]

Hondurans return to their homes ravaged by severe flooding

Locals return to their severely damaged homes after flooding caused by Hurricane Iota ravaged the area surrounding San Pedro Sula in northern Honduras.View on euronews

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Professional golfer Amy Boulden on building resilience [Video]

Professional golfer Amy Boulden on building resilience

After one of the most successful amateur careers in Welsh golfing history, Amy Boulden has just claimed her first European Tour win at the Swiss Ladies Open. We catch up with her at the Omega Dubai Moonlight Classic in this week’s Interview.View on..

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At least 8 dead after residential districts in Kabul hit in mortar attack [Video]

At least 8 dead after residential districts in Kabul hit in mortar attack

At least eight people are dead and over 30 wounded after shells were fired from two cars in a mortar attack in the Afghan capital.View on euronews

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Virtual G20 hosted in Saudi Arabia amid human rights criticisms and coronavirus pandemic [Video]

Virtual G20 hosted in Saudi Arabia amid human rights criticisms and coronavirus pandemic

International rights groups have called for countries to boycott the event, demanding that authorities release dissidents and women's rights activists who have been detained.View on euronews

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Dayton Agreement 25 years on: Bosnia and Herzegovina's future still hangs in the balance [Video]

Dayton Agreement 25 years on: Bosnia and Herzegovina's future still hangs in the balance

Agreed on November 21, 1995, by the heads of the warring factions in the Bosnian war, the Dayton Agreement brought hostilities in the Balkan country to a close. What does it mean now for Bosnia 25 years on?View on euronews

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