Pope Francies leads a four-day summit in the Vatican into sexual abuse in the Catholic Church
The United Nations says Mauritania in northwest Africa urgently needs funds to deal with a growing refugee crisis. Thousands of people are arriving from neighbouring Mali to escape an extreme interpretation of Islam and inter-ethnic violence.
Scotland wanted to stay in the EU. But the referendum result is said to have boosted tourism, with visitors taking advantage of a weaker pound.
The resurgence of anti-semitism in France brought thousands of people onto the streets last night to demonstrate support for the Jewish community including two former French presidents.
Euronews correspondent Anelise Borges speaks to doctors and patients in a Venezuela hospital, and sees first hand the level of the crisis.
Ric Grenell met with LGBT activists from nine countries - saying the experience of European groups made them ideally placed to lead a global campaign.
The Vatican is preparing for a four-day summit later this week on the issue of sexual abuse within the Catholic Church.
Long-term residents of a central Athens neighbourhood say they are being priced out by Airbnb. Koukaki has become one of the website's most popular tourist destinations, but it's claimed the result has been skyrocketing rents and evictions for ...
The Isle of Islay creates some of the world's most popular Whisky. But fears are creeping in that this thriving island may fall prey to a no deal Brexit, and the workers are unsure of their future.
Nearly 13,000 people have been killed in five years of fighting in the border region between Russia and Ukraine.
"If you want to protect Europe, talk without hypocrisy," says Italian Five Star MP Manlio di Stefano
"If you want to protect Europe, talk without hypocrisy" - Good Morning Europe speaks to Italian 5 Star MP Manlio di Stefano about Venezuela, France, and the upcoming EU elections.
The Co-Chair of the Greens-European Free Alliance talked to Good Morning Europe about the various issues Europe face this year.
Trump is bulldozing normal constitutional practice, opponents say
Save the Children warn at least 100,000 babies are dying as a direct result of war globally with the majority of infants living in Yemen, Syria and Somalia living in conflict zones.
As politicians in Westminster and Brussels battle over Brexit – NBC News’ Alexander Smith has been on the road to talk to people in the four corners of the United Kingdom. The final stop on his road trip brought him to Northern Ireland – which has...
While the US-sponsored conference focusing on Iran continues in Warsaw, the notable absentees from that event are holding their own meeting today in the Russian ski resort of Sochi.
With Brexit less than two months away, the continuing uncertainty over the possibility of a no-deal scenario has British florists increasingly worried.
As Brexit deadline day is approaching, NBC's Alexander Smith is on a road trip across the UK to find how British people are viewing their future prospects.
The United States is leading a global summit on the Middle East in Poland today. The summit - which is expected to focus on Iran - has no Middle East attendees and poor European attendance also.
Russia is planning to disconnect its internet systems from the global network - as a test of its cyber-defences. This means that data from its own organisations and users would stay within Russia, rather than being distributed globally.
Protesters took to the streets of the Spanish capital yesterday to demonstrate against the government's policy of dialogue with Catalan separatists. Tomorrow is the start of the trial of 12 separatists, following their failed cessation bid in 2017.