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"We should be honest and that includes that Turkey cannot become a member of the European Union," Manfred Weber told Euronews on Tuesday.
Some claimed this was ironic in an election that has brought women's issues to the fore.
Its natural habitat is the northern arctic region of Chukotka, which environmentalists say is being reduced by the impact of climate change.
It’s become more complicated for Spaniards abroad to vote after changes were made to electoral registration laws in 2011. And ever since then, participation has plummeted.
The environmental group Extinction Rebellion greet MPs in front of Parliament on the day they return from Easter recess.
It is claimed marbles has been played at Tinsley Green in West Sussex for hundreds of years.
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe told a press conference that the person depicted in the CCTV video was a suspect. "I can confirm this man is a suspect," he said.
A town in Poland has been criticised after locals beat and burned a Judas effigy that was made to look like a stereotypical Orthodox Jew.
The British prime minister’s own party is in mutinous mood as opposition hardens to her Brexit deal and her position.
Our correspondents Bryan Carter and Fay Doulgeri have set off on the next leg of Euronews' Road Trip ahead of the EU election in May. They have arrived to Metsovo in Greece where they have been asking people if they feel any improvement in their ...
French President Emmanuel Macron has set the ambitious target of rebuilding Notre-Dame within the next 5 years, but is this achievable?
Nationalist Vox movement excluded from head to head confrontation
Italy’s warring coalition partners are meeting today to try to decide on an urgent financial bailout for the city of Rome. The capital's €12 billion debt must be restructured to avoid defaulting, but the League and the Five Star movement are far ...
Following the strike and mass protests seen nationwide during the International Women’s Day in March, left-wing parties are calling for women’s rights while conservative parties hit back at what they consider "radical feminism".
The so-called "watering" of the women on Easter Monday is an old fertility rite that dates back to pre-Christian times.
About 500 people took part this year in the "Georgi ride", a deeply rooted tradition that sees priests bless the horses, sprinkling holy water on each one of them.
The Trump administration on Monday told five nations, including allies Japan, South Korea and Turkey, that they will no longer be exempt from U.S. sanctions if they continue to import oil from Iran.
The United States is expected to announce the end of waivers to countries who currently buy oil from Iran. China has responded to the US threat saying bilateral cooperation with Iran is 'in accordance with the law'.
With Spain's election happening next Sunday, a poll shows 60% of undecided voters are women which has some parties vying for their vote.
Television comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy, who has no political experience and few detailed policies, beat the incumbent Petro Poroshenko who has been in power for five years.
Euronews correspondent Galina Polonskaya reports that some Russian politicians are hailing the comedian's victory as a rejection by the Ukrainian voters of Poroshenko's anti-Russian stance.
A Ukraine-based business expert says he's not convinced that even Vlodymyr Zelenskiy knows what his policies as Ukrainian president will be. Zelensky, a political novice, swept to an overwhelming victory over incumbent president Petro Poroshenko.
The final story on the Italian leg of our Road Trip comes from Taranto - where Europe’s biggest steel plant covers the city in a fine toxic dust.
The Swedish teenage environment activist made a powerful speech as she urged climate-change protesters not to give up on their plight.
Stevo Pendarovski, North Macedonia’s pro-Western candidate narrowly won the first round of a presidential vote, a year after the country saw a controversial name change.
Parisians held Easter mass at the smaller Saint-Eustache catholic church after Notre-Dame was devastated in a fire on Monday.
Russia says wildfires in the Siberia region are under control but at least 25 people have been hurt and over 80 homes destroyed
At least two of the hotels and one of the churches are in the nation's capital Colombo. The other church is in Negombo, north of Colombo.
Twenty years ago, 13 people were killed when two teenage boys dressed in black trench coats killed a teacher and 12 students and wounded dozens of others.
Security sources found over 100 million euros at the former president Omar al-Bashir's house.
Fighters loyal to the Government of National Unity are trying to defend their city from a two week long attack by the eastern based Libyan National Army.
Rafa Nadal has suffered a shock semi-final defeat against Italian Fabio Fognini at the Monte Carlo Masters.
Kosovo has brought back 110 citizens from Syria, including jihadists who fought in the civil war and 74 children.
Londoners returned to march on the capital after more than 700 protesters were arrested earlier in the week.
If he wins President Al Sisi could stay in power until 2030 and the role of the already powerful military would be boosted too.
The Pope led the prayers at the traditional Via Crucis Good Friday service at Rome's Colosseum
Ukraine's presidential election candidates have taken part in a stadium debate with polls showing TV comedian Volodmyr Zelensky ahead of Petro Poroshenko
A judge orders prison time for former Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski who is accused to taking bribes from Brazilian construction company Odebrecht
Two suspects are arrested after police in Northern Ireland release footage of the incident in which journalist Lyra McKee was shot dead in Londonderry
Lyra Mckee, 29, was a celebrated young journalist who had signed a two-book deal with publisher Faber and Faber.
US Democrats have issued a subpoena to try to force the Department of Justice to hand over the full unredacted version of the Mueller report