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Good Morning Europe

Good Morning Europe

Sets the day’s news agenda and leads the way for the channel’s ground-breaking approach to news gathering and reporting. Good Morning Europe untethers a fleet of mobile journalists - MoJo’s – to gather news as it happens.
12 Episodes
Raw Politics

Raw Politics

Provocative and unapologetically impartial. Raw Politics is the new must-see daily politics show that takes on the issues that matter. Join the debate.
9 Episodes
World News

World News

The latest news stories from around the world, including business, sports and cultural events.
41 Episodes
Watch: Kabul museum restores art shattered by Taliban

Watch: Kabul museum restores art shattered by Taliban

In 2001, Taliban fighters smashed more than 2,500 figurines they judged to be "un-Islamic". Museum staff are now creating a digital record of the collection in case of further threat.
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Activists warn Poland’s LGBT community is 'under attack'

Activists warn Poland’s LGBT community is 'under attack'

Poland’s LGBT community is “under attack”, activists warn | The Cube
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France to put social inequality on the agenda at the Biarritz G7

France to put social inequality on the agenda at the Biarritz G7

But France's own living conditions vary widely across the country
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Watch: Do you hear the people sing? Ian McKellen joins Les Mis cast in pub singalong

Watch: Do you hear the people sing? Ian McKellen joins Les Mis cast in pub singalong

The thespian, 80, made a blink or you'll miss it appearance in a recent Les Miserables performance in Newcastle.
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Climate Change top of the agenda as Nordic ministers meet Germany's Merkel in Iceland

Climate Change top of the agenda as Nordic ministers meet Germany's Merkel in Iceland

The meeting comes after environmentalists in Iceland laid a commemorative plaque on the site of a Glacier on Sunday that had been declared dead. The Okjökull glacier had existed for 700 years and was Iceland's first glacier to disappear.
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Eight migrants urgently evacuated from Open Arms rescue boat

Eight migrants urgently evacuated from Open Arms rescue boat

Migrants have been jumping from Open Arms and attempting to swim ashore and scuffles have broken out as the vessel remains barred from Italy.
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Gran Canaria wildfire rages out of control as 9,000 are evacuated

Gran Canaria wildfire rages out of control as 9,000 are evacuated

Firefighters continue to battle an uncontained wildfire on the Spanish island of Gran Canaria as 9,000 people are evacuated.
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Johnson to EU: Let's replace Irish backstop with alternative Brexit pledge

Johnson to EU: Let's replace Irish backstop with alternative Brexit pledge

Boris Johnson launched his attempt to reopen Brexit negotiations, writing to Donald Tusk seeking the removal of the Irish backstop.
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The Brief: Britain's Labour Party wants to block a no-deal Brexit

The Brief: Britain's Labour Party wants to block a no-deal Brexit

The Brief: Britain's opposition Labour Party want to block a no-deal Brexit. Leader Jeremy Corbyn says the ultimate decision on Brexit should go back to the public in a second vote.
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The Brief: Germany and Hungary mark 30th anniversary of fall of Iron Curtain

The Brief: Germany and Hungary mark 30th anniversary of fall of Iron Curtain

The Brief: Germany and Hungary mark 30th anniversary of fall of Iron Curtain. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Hungarian premier Viktor Orban visit the Hungarian border town Sopron.
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Watch: Street festival sees creativity with cardboard in Russia

Watch: Street festival sees creativity with cardboard in Russia

More than 30 theatrical troupes, dance groups and street artists took part in the celebrations, ensuring the audience wasn't card-bored!
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Man vs mozzie: Tech firm develops laser to track and target mosquitoes

Man vs mozzie: Tech firm develops laser to track and target mosquitoes

The system follows the insects with a red laser beam and sends a text alert to householders, letting them know where the mosquito can be found.
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Corbyn calls for early recall of Parliament over Brexit

Corbyn calls for early recall of Parliament over Brexit

Corbyn calls for early recall of Parliament over Brexit
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Turkish police arrest hundreds over suspected links to Kurdish militant group

Turkish police arrest hundreds over suspected links to Kurdish militant group

Three mayors have also been dismissed over suspected links to the banned Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK), the country's interior ministry announced on Monday.
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Iranian tanker leaves Gibraltar despite US pressure to detain it

Iranian tanker leaves Gibraltar despite US pressure to detain it

An Iranian tanker has left Gibraltar after being held there since July, despite US pressure to detain it further.
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Elephants and sharks high on agenda at CITES wildlife convention in Geneva

Elephants and sharks high on agenda at CITES wildlife convention in Geneva

Mako sharks and African elephants are on the agenda of member states attending a wildlife convention in Geneva.
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Watch: Landmark Didcot cooling towers destroyed in controlled explosion

Watch: Landmark Didcot cooling towers destroyed in controlled explosion

Landmark Didcot cooling towers destroyed in controlled explosion
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Iceland unveils memorial to glacier in climate change warning

Iceland unveils memorial to glacier in climate change warning

Iceland’s prime minister Katrin Jakobsdottir was among those who attended the ceremony at the site where the Okjokull glacier once was.
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Baltic Way vintage car rally celebrates 1989 human chain for independence

Baltic Way vintage car rally celebrates 1989 human chain for independence

Vintage cars set out across Baltic states to mark the 30th anniversary of a human chain of over one million people seeking freedom from the USSR.
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'Operation Yellowhammer': Leaked UK document warns of no-deal Brexit chaos

'Operation Yellowhammer': Leaked UK document warns of no-deal Brexit chaos

The so-called operation Yellow Hammer document warns of a possible three month “melt down” in Britain’s ports.
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Open Arms migrant rescue boat rejects Spanish offer of safe haven

Open Arms migrant rescue boat rejects Spanish offer of safe haven

Migrants have been jumping from Open Arms and attempting to swim ashore and scuffles have broken out as the vessel remains barred from Italy.
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Gibraltar 'unable' to detain Iranian oil tanker despite US warrant

Gibraltar 'unable' to detain Iranian oil tanker despite US warrant

An Iranian oil tanker seized on suspicion of illegally shipping oil to Syria will not be detained by Gibraltar despite a US warrant to seize it.
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Gran Canaria residents moved to safety after second wildfire in a week

Gran Canaria residents moved to safety after second wildfire in a week

Around 2000 residents have been moved from their homes on Gran Canaria because of second forest fire within a week.
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Fire in Bangladesh capital leaves thousands homeless

Fire in Bangladesh capital leaves thousands homeless

A fire ripped through a slum area of the Bangladesh capital Dhaka leaving thousands of people homeless
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Far-right and anti-fascist groups clash at a rally in the American city of Portland

Far-right and anti-fascist groups clash at a rally in the American city of Portland

The rally on Saturday led to minor scuffles between the two groups while law enforcement arrested at least 13 people. Clashes led to six people sustaining minor injuries.
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UK cyclist sets motor-paced speed world record

UK cyclist sets motor-paced speed world record

A UK cyclist has set the motor-paced speed world record.
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EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker cuts holiday short for ‘urgent surgery’

EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker cuts holiday short for ‘urgent surgery’

EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker cuts holiday short for ‘urgent surgery to remove gallbladder’
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All but 15 of the world's 195 countries attend endangered wildlife conference

All but 15 of the world's 195 countries attend endangered wildlife conference

The World Wildlife Conference on Trade in Endangered Species, known as CITES, takes place every three years.
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Brazilian government defends record on Amazon deforestation

Brazilian government defends record on Amazon deforestation

Satellite images from Brazil’s own space agency allegedly show deforestation in the Amazon has almost tripled since Bolsonaro’s government came to power.
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Hongkongers stage anti-government protests in the rain marking the eleventh week of demonstrations

Hongkongers stage anti-government protests in the rain marking the eleventh week of demonstrations

Thousands attended a rally showing popular support for the pro-democracy movement has been maintained despite violent clashes at Hong Kong International Airport earlier this week.
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Sudan’s ruling military council signs power-sharing deal with opposition

Sudan’s ruling military council signs power-sharing deal with opposition

The agreement follows the overthrow of long time leader Omar Bashir.
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Indonesia has plans to move capital from sinking Jakarta to Borneo

Indonesia has plans to move capital from sinking Jakarta to Borneo

The move comes because the current capital Jakarta is sinking - with some 40% of its 10 million population now living below sea level.
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Ukraine hotel fire: Eight people killed in blaze at Tokyo Star in Odessa

Ukraine hotel fire: Eight people killed in blaze at Tokyo Star in Odessa

Eight people were killed in a fire that broke out in a hotel in Ukraine, the state emergency services authority said.
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Peter Fonda: Easy Rider actor and writer dies aged 79

Peter Fonda: Easy Rider actor and writer dies aged 79

Actor Peter Fonda, who played a leading role in 1969 film Easy Rider, dies aged 79, his family said in a statement.
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Popular baby dugong dies in Thailand after 'ingesting plastic waste'

Popular baby dugong dies in Thailand after 'ingesting plastic waste'

Popular baby dugong dies in Thailand after "ingesting plastic waste"
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US makes last-ditch bid to seize Iranian oil tanker Grace 1

US makes last-ditch bid to seize Iranian oil tanker Grace 1

The United States has made a last-ditch attempt to stop an Iranian oil tanker from leaving Gibraltar.
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Open Arms captain says migrants are 'broken', ship is like a ticking bomb

Open Arms captain says migrants are 'broken', ship is like a ticking bomb

The captain of the Open Arms rescue ship says migrants onboard are "psychologically broken" and the vessel is like a bomb that is "going to explode."
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Wildlife trade: UN watchdog meets to protect more species

Wildlife trade: UN watchdog meets to protect more species

On the agenda will be shark fin and ivory trade. Giraffes will also feature for the first time.
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Watch: Montenegro's last lighthouse keeper says he still serves a function

Watch: Montenegro's last lighthouse keeper says he still serves a function

"As long it’s needed, it should exist,” explains Stanko Stojanovic
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Kashmir crisis: what's going on and why does it matter?

Kashmir crisis: what's going on and why does it matter?

Euronews looks at the latest situation in the disputed region of Kashmir and explains what's going on and why it matters
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Watch: Woman set for epic journey flying migration route of endangered osprey

Watch: Woman set for epic journey flying migration route of endangered osprey

The woman dubbed a "human swan" after embarking on a mammoth paramotor flight to follow the bird's migration route is taking off again.
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Uğur Gallenkuş: Artist juxtaposes two different worlds in one photo collage

Uğur Gallenkuş: Artist juxtaposes two different worlds in one photo collage

Turkish collage artist Uğur Gallenkuş has created an innovative photography project — juxtaposing two different worlds within a single image.
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'Tomato Edchup': Ed Sheeran body art Ketchup bottles auctioned by singer for £1500

'Tomato Edchup': Ed Sheeran body art Ketchup bottles auctioned by singer for £1500

Bottles of ketchup have been auctioned in London - one of which has a price of €1645. The bottles are based on the tattoos of British singer Ed Sheeran.
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Policeman killed while investigating burglary in England; PM 'deeply shocked'

Policeman killed while investigating burglary in England; PM 'deeply shocked'

Andrew Harper died after attending the scene in Berkshire, west of London, at around 11.30 pm local time (00.30 CEST) on Thursday, say Thames Valley Police.
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Watch: Fans celebrate 50 years since Woodstock music festival

Watch: Fans celebrate 50 years since Woodstock music festival

The 1969 extravaganza, which happened on a dairy farm in Bethel, New York, became one of the most significant counter-culture events in history.
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Watch: Full moon casts a glow by Greece's Koroni castle

Watch: Full moon casts a glow by Greece's Koroni castle

The moon was celebrated with cultural events around the country, with local media reporting that museums and archaeological sites would stay open late.
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Woodstock fifty years on: legacy celebrated despite lack of official anniversary event

Woodstock fifty years on: legacy celebrated despite lack of official anniversary event

Fifty years ago, the landmark Woodstock Festival was taking place in upstate New York. No official anniversary eventis taking place, but its legacy is commemorated in various ways including a new documentary.
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