Protesters in Madrid end a month-long campaign to demand recognition for the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic as tensions rise between Morocco and Spain
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A year ago Poland's LGBT community faced a backlash from ruling conservative politicians, local communities and the church.
The Rainbow Parade is the highlight of Vienna Pride, this year a pure pedestrian and bicycle demonstration, which is once again celebrated on the Vienna Ring boulevard by the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer community after a year's break.
A new museum dedicated to German civilians forced to flee eastern Europe at the end of World War II opens next week after decades of wrenching debate.
Over 1,000 women from across Turkey hold a rally in Istanbul, urging President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from an anti-violence treaty ahead of a formal exit on July 1.
The opening ceremony on July 23rd is just over a month away, and many Japanese remain sceptical about holding the games amidst a global pandemic.
Thousands of Ethiopian Orthodox believers dressed in white celebrate the anniversary of Saint Michael in Bahir Dar, the capital city of the Amhara region, the second-largest, in northern Ethiopia.
The United Nations has adopted a resolution that calls for a halt to arms sales to Myanmar in response to a violent post-coup crackdown by the military
Cruising around the La Villette basin in Paris, the Mobula 8 boat "can suck up waste" in rivers, such as plastics and hydrocarbons according to The SeaCleaners association.
A court in Hong Kong has denied bail to two Apple Daily newspaper executives over allegations of endangering national security.
Multiple colourful murals conveying messages related to COVID-19 prevention have come up in the streets of Vietnam’s capital Hanoi.
The Palestinian Authority has cancelled a deal with Israel to receive about one million Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines saying the doses are about to expire.
Ebrahim Raisi is set to become the first serving Iranian president sanctioned by the US government even before entering office.
Palestinians protested after Friday prayers at the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem and briefly clashed with Israeli police, leaving three demonstrators injured.
Vivatech, known as Europe's biggest start-up and tech event, runs from the 16th to the 19th of June. Euronews caught up with some of the biggest names attending to discuss green tech, the pandemic and digital transition.
The Alata family was torn apart once when their father was killed in Syria. Now they are being put to the test once more as half of the family's refugee status in Denmark is being revoked. Where can they go from here?
Move over Paul the Octopus, Thailand has a new claimant to the football forecasting crown: Boy the "psychic" lion, who has so far correctly called four Euro 2020 matches.
France's digital economy minister Cédric O said big tech companies were forming an "oligopoly" that was bad for democracy.
Pere Aragonès, the recently-elected president of Catalonia, tells Euronews that his government is ready to open a new chapter with Madrid and Brussels.
The Facebook account of Andre Ventura, the leader of Chega, was suspended for 24 hours after two of hits posts were reported.
After completing the final tests on its cars, Airspeeder is planning to launch the first three events later this year.
Using a garage workshop and scrap materials, a team of eight Cuban drone designers is putting their ingenuity to the test.
Israeli police used a water cannon spraying skunk water to disperse Palestinian protesters from Damascus Gate in east Jerusalem on Thursday, the epicenter of weeks of protests and clashes with police in the run-up to the Gaza war.
At this care home in Lleida all its residents are finally fully vaccinated against the coronavirus and that, they say, deserves a good party or a music festival.
Nowy Sacz in Poland was found to have the highest concentration of fine particulate matter across EU cities over the past two years.
France’s industry minister said Europe could learn from a similar US agency which has funded private research into vaccines.
Mapping biodiversity using DNA collected from rivers and wetlands around the world hopes to monitor the different species from bacteria to blue whales.
The Star Of the Match between Ukraine and North Macedonia Andriy Yarmolenko, unlike Cristiano Ronaldo, put the Euro 2020 sponsors' bottles in front of him during the post-match press conference and jokingly asked them to contact him.
A rescue package five times larger than the Marshall Plan aims to give relief and resilience to EU economies. Will it be enough?
Three legends in just one evening: The Vienna Philharmonic in La Scala playing under the baton of Riccardo Muti
The Commission aims to make things clearer for the EU's 24 million gig workers. The digital platform economy is now worth an estimated €14 billion.
Belgium and Luxembourg have begun sharing aircraft in response to NATO’s long drive towards better interoperability.
The urban designer and architect, Hala El Akl, gives her insight into wellbeing and living spaces, how the pandemic has changed the way we view these now and what the future holds for this field.
The fake clip appears to show a woman calling on people not to vote in the election and boycott the ballots.
AR business Magic Leap is working with US surgeons to help them tackle complex procedures in a move the company hopes will help change its fortunes.
A freight train has derailed and toppled onto houses alongside the tracks in western Mexico, killing one resident and injuring three others.
Ryanair said they will launch a legal action against the British government to obtain more transparency in health measures on international travel.
Police in heavy riot gear attempted to enter a building that has been occupied by squatters in Berlin, a day after 60 officers were injured in riots outside the building.
Startups SolarStratos and EHang say zero-emissions electric flight can become a reality. But are they right?
Iran’s next president will face the unenviable task of trying to fix an economy crushed by international sanctions, the coronavirus pandemic and sky-high inflation.
French electronic music star Rone has been talking to Euronews about a musical he's created that tackles difficult themes like climate change and sexual violence.
Black bear Takoda enjoyed a refreshing pool dip at Oregon Zoo while playing with a ball. The zoo resident splashed around the wading pools, enjoying a warm summer’s day in Portland.
Both U.S. and Russian presidents described their meeting in Geneva in positive terms at their first face-to-face meeting in Geneva, as they seek to rebuild relations.
Dozens of skateboards take over Vilakazi street in Soweto to celebrate Youth Day, the South African public holiday marking the anniversary of the Soweto uprising in 1976.
Angela Merkel unveiled the new IBM Quantum System One, a machine that its backers hope could play a role in solving society’s biggest issues.
French president Emmanuel Macron talks to Euronews Next about innovation, tech and the future at VivaTech 2021.