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Good Morning Europe - Road Trip Europe Day 27: The effects of Greece's financial crisis nearly 10 years on

Road Trip Europe Day 27: The effects of Greece's financial crisis nearly 10 years on

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 ...
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Euronews
Good Morning Europe - Is it possible to rebuild Notre Dame in five years?

Is it possible to rebuild Notre Dame in five years?

French President Emmanuel Macron has set the ambitious target of rebuilding Notre-Dame within the next 5 years, but is this achievable?
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Euronews
Good Morning Europe - Spanish elections: Catalonia issue dominates first TV debate

Spanish elections: Catalonia issue dominates first TV debate

Nationalist Vox movement excluded from head to head confrontation
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Good Morning Europe - Italy's coaltion partners to discuss urgent bailout for crisis-hit Rome

Italy's coaltion partners to discuss urgent bailout for crisis-hit Rome

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 ...
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Euronews
Good Morning Europe - China opposes US sanctions strategy and says bilateral cooperation with Iran is legal

China opposes US sanctions strategy and says bilateral cooperation with Iran is legal

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'.
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Good Morning Europe - Spanish general election result could hinge on female voters

Spanish general election result could hinge on female voters

With Spain's election happening next Sunday, a poll shows 60% of undecided voters are women which has some parties vying for their vote.
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Euronews
Good Morning Europe - Notre Dame choir vows to sing on

Notre Dame choir vows to sing on

The choir at Notre Dame Cathedral are defiant despite last week's fire.
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Good Morning Europe - Ukraine-based business expert says even new president unsure of his direction

Ukraine-based business expert says even new president unsure of his direction

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.
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Good Morning Europe - Road Trip Europe Day 26: Taranto- "You don't sleep anymore, you lose your breath"

Road Trip Europe Day 26: Taranto- "You don't sleep anymore, you lose your breath"

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.
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Euronews
Good Morning Europe - Breakfast with Belle in Athens: 'young voters have to be engaged' says Greek MEP

Breakfast with Belle in Athens: 'young voters have to be engaged' says Greek MEP

In the run-up to the European elections, Good Morning Europe host Belle Donati is travelling across the continent to meet Members of the European Parliament in their own constituencies. She's grabbing breakfast with them to talk about how they tak...
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Euronews
Good Morning Europe - North Macedonia readies for first elections since name change

North Macedonia readies for first elections since name change

North Macedonia will soon vote in the country's first general election since changing its name from the republic of Macedonia last year over a dispute with neighbouring Greece.
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Good Morning Europe - Road Trip Europe Day 25: The hard realities in the suburbs of Naples, Italy

Road Trip Europe Day 25: The hard realities in the suburbs of Naples, Italy

We’re talking to people across Europe about the issues that affect them ahead of May’s European Parliament Elections on our EU road trip which has arrived in Naples. Euronews correspondents Jack Parrock and Elena Cavallone have been speaking to so...
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Good Morning Europe - Doctor Miracle part 2: The Congolese surgeon helping women recover from rape

Doctor Miracle part 2: The Congolese surgeon helping women recover from rape

Dr Denis Mukwege has operated thousands of women who have been brutally raped, and he knows the physical wounds are only half the battle. At Panzi hospital in Bukavu - which he founded 30 years ago in the Democratic Republic of Congo - Doctor Mira...
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Good Morning Europe - Road Trip Europe Day 23: Caserta/Naples - "Commuters should be given some dignity"

Road Trip Europe Day 23: Caserta/Naples - "Commuters should be given some dignity"

Our team continues their journey across the continent ahead of the European Elections - today, they took a train with commuters from Cassino to the city of Naples.
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Good Morning Europe - Doctor Miracle: The Congolese surgeon helping women recover from rape

Doctor Miracle: The Congolese surgeon helping women recover from rape

Doctor Miracle's reputation spreads well beyond his home country, the Democratic Republic of Congo. He is a global campaigner against the use of rape as a weapon of war - a surgeon who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2018 for his extraordinary work.
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Good Morning Europe - Road Trip Europe Day 22: Collepardo - "I hope the EU helps Italy"

Road Trip Europe Day 22: Collepardo - "I hope the EU helps Italy"

Our team has landed in the hillside town of Collepardo, where an ancient monastery is to be converted into an academy for nationalists by former Donald Trump adviser, Steve Bannon.
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Good Morning Europe - Whistleblowers across Europe now have more protection, but Assange divides opinion

Whistleblowers across Europe now have more protection, but Assange divides opinion

Whistleblowers across the European Union have won greater protection under landmark legislation aimed at encouraging reports of wrongdoing. The new law, approved by the European Parliament on Tuesday, create "safe channels" and aims to shield whis...
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Good Morning Europe - 'Nothing will be the same again': Parisians mourn Notre-Dame Cathedral

'Nothing will be the same again': Parisians mourn Notre-Dame Cathedral

Standing by the Seine looking up at the church, Parisian Guillaume Nani took in the new look of the 850 year old building. “It reminded me of an event that happened when I was 10, an event that shaped not only France but the rest of the world - t...
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Good Morning Europe - Italian Prime Minister calls for immediate cease-fire in Libya

Italian Prime Minister calls for immediate cease-fire in Libya

Italian Prime Minister has called for an immediate cease-fire in Libya and Qatar’s Foreign Minister has said countries must be stopped from supplying arms to Libya. Yesterday Giuseppe Conte hosted a meeting in Rome between Libya's Deputy Prime Min...
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Good Morning Europe - France and the world reacts after Notre Dame Cathedral fire

France and the world reacts after Notre Dame Cathedral fire

An icon of French history is now black and burnt- the 850-year-old Notre Dame Cathedral has been devastated by a fire, leaving France in mourning for a national icon.
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Good Morning Europe - Julian Assange's war of words with Ecuadorian government

Julian Assange's war of words with Ecuadorian government

Julian Assange is embroiled in a war of words with the Ecuadorian government. The country's President Lenin Moreno has defended his decision to remove Mr Assange's asylum status claiming he 'violated his asylum conditions repeatedly'.
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Good Morning Europe - Road Trip Europe Day 21: Verona - "Europe has to stay borderless"

Road Trip Europe Day 21: Verona - "Europe has to stay borderless"

As we continue our road trip across Europe ahead of the EU parliamentary elections in May, our correspondents Jack Parrock and Elena Cavallone stop in Verona – where Shakespeare’s famous Romeo and Juliet is set.
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Good Morning Europe - Breakfast with Belle in Frankfurt

Breakfast with Belle in Frankfurt

Good Morning Europe's Belle Donati sits down with German MEP Terry Reintke ahead of the upcoming European Elections.
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Good Morning Europe - Road Trip Europe Day 20 Milan: 'They are a burden for us, they should be equally divided'

Road Trip Europe Day 20 Milan: 'They are a burden for us, they should be equally divided'

Road Trip Europe Day 20. Migration is a huge issue for the Italians - despite the number of people arriving from Libya by sea every year having drastically dropped. Our correspondents Jack Parrock and Elena Cavallone talk to people in Milan.
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