Pro-separatist protesters collapse Barcelona's airport as a reaction to the sentence

Pro-separatist protesters collapse Barcelona's airport as a reaction to the sentence

Thirteen people were injured on Monday, all of them of a minor nature, within the rallies of protest in the region of Catalonia against the ruling of the Spanish Supreme Court against nine Catalan pro-independence leaders.
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Simon Coveney tells Euronews the UK 'needs to move to facilitate deal'

Simon Coveney tells Euronews the UK 'needs to move to facilitate deal'

The deputy Irish prime minister told Euronews on Monday that the UK 'needs to move' in order to facilitate a Brexit deal, and could see a 'very generous response'.
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Watch: Bee-keeping scheme transforms landscapes and women's lives

Watch: Bee-keeping scheme transforms landscapes and women's lives

This bee-keeping initiative inTanzania is giving 1,200 Maasai women financial independence, while turning them into conservationists of the land they live on.
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Watch live: House of Commons begins Queen's speech debate

Watch live: House of Commons begins Queen's speech debate

After the British monarch gave a Queen's speech, MPs in the House of Commons began to debate the contents.
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France v Turkey: Politicians call for match to be cancelled

France v Turkey: Politicians call for match to be cancelled

Turkish players celebrated with a military salute during Friday's victory over Albania, just days after Turkey launched military operations in northern Syria against Kurdish forces.
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Catalan regional leader Quim Torra calls for amnesty for convicted separatists

Catalan regional leader Quim Torra calls for amnesty for convicted separatists

"We call for an end to repression, for the release of the political prisoners, for the exiles to be free to return home, for an amnesty that should mark an endpoint for all of those who have suffered reprisals", said president Quim Torra.
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Hungary local elections: Opposition candidate Karácsony unseats Fidesz-backed incumbent in Budapest

Hungary local elections: Opposition candidate Karácsony unseats Fidesz-backed incumbent in Budapest

Hungary local elections: Opposition candidate Karácsony unseats Fidesz-backed incumbent in Budapest
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Watch: World's first hydrogen-powered boat docks in London

Watch: World's first hydrogen-powered boat docks in London

The 30-metre Energy Observer acts a "floating lab" for testing green maritime technology. It harnesses three renewable energies – solar, wind and hydro – to propel the boat and charge its batteries.
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EU says much still to be done before a Brexit deal as UK settled status applications spike

EU says much still to be done before a Brexit deal as UK settled status applications spike

The European Union has cautioned that 'a lot of work' remains if there is to be any Brexit deal by the October 31 deadline.
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Kenyan Brigid Kosgei sets new women's marathon world record, beating Paula Radcliffe's 2003 time

Kenyan Brigid Kosgei sets new women's marathon world record, beating Paula Radcliffe's 2003 time

Kenyan Brigid Kosgei sets new women's marathon world record, beating Paula Radcliffe's 2003 time
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Hundreds of IS fighters' families flee camp in northern Syria: Kurdish officials

Hundreds of IS fighters' families flee camp in northern Syria: Kurdish officials

Kurdish authorities in Syria said on Sunday nearly 800 close relatives of fighters from the so-called Islamic State (IS) fled the Ain Issa camp in the north of the country, according to AFP.
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‘Much work needed’ to secure Brexit deal ahead of crucial EU summit

‘Much work needed’ to secure Brexit deal ahead of crucial EU summit

Intensive Brexit talks will continue on Monday after the weekend’s discussions brought no breakthrough between London and Brussels.
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What is the Queen's Speech and what happens if MPs reject it?

What is the Queen's Speech and what happens if MPs reject it?

"We could end up in a very strange scenario where the government can't pass its Queen's Speech but still can't get the numbers for a general election. This has never really happened before and it's unclear what will happen next" - Maddy Thimont-Ja...
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Protesters at Barcelona station demand release of jailed Catalan leaders

Protesters at Barcelona station demand release of jailed Catalan leaders

Barcelona is getting ready for the verdict from Spain's Supreme Court in the trial of the Catalan separatist leaders, nine of whom have been in pre-trial detention for close to two years.
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Cardinal Newman declared a saint by Pope Francis along with four other religious figures

Cardinal Newman declared a saint by Pope Francis along with four other religious figures

Pope Francis on Sunday declared five people saints, including Cardinal John Henry Newman, a leading 19th century Anglican who converted to Catholicism and became one of the most influential Christian figures of modern times.
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Frances McDormand kicks off Lumière film festival in Lyon

Frances McDormand kicks off Lumière film festival in Lyon

The Lumière film festival opened in Lyon today. Film director, Francis Ford Coppola has won the main award.
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Hungarians vote in local elections which may loosen the government's grip on power

Hungarians vote in local elections which may loosen the government's grip on power

Hungarians are voting in local elections which may challenge the dominance of Prime Minister Viktor Orban's dominant right-wing Fidesz party.
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Ecuador's president sends soldiers onto the streets as protests worsen

Ecuador's president sends soldiers onto the streets as protests worsen

Ecuadorean indigenous group Conaie said late on Saturday that it would continue anti-austerity protests after President Lenin Moreno imposed a military-enforced curfew in the capital Quito
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Poland heads to the polls with conservative ruling Law & Justice party in the lead

Poland heads to the polls with conservative ruling Law & Justice party in the lead

Experts believe an easy victory for the ruling Law & Justice party will cement Poland's slide towards conservatism and deepen its rifts with the EU.
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IS fighters escaping detention due to Turkish offensive, Kurds say, warning more will follow

IS fighters escaping detention due to Turkish offensive, Kurds say, warning more will follow

"We are still securing jails hosting IS fighters but if this war continues we will be obliged to gather all forces to protect our land and families from this terror," a Kurdish official told Euronews.
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Extinction Rebellion activists call on Belgian king to declare climate emergency

Extinction Rebellion activists call on Belgian king to declare climate emergency

Extinction Rebellion activists staged a protest next to the gardens of the Royal Palace in Brussels on Saturday, calling on the King to declare a climate emergency.
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Partial building collapse at Hard Rock Hotel in New Orleans kills one and hospitalises 18

Partial building collapse at Hard Rock Hotel in New Orleans kills one and hospitalises 18

A partial collapse of the under-construction Hard Rock Hotel in New Orleans, USA has killed one person.
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Poland's parliamentary election 2019: What's the ruling party's record like on the economy?

Poland's parliamentary election 2019: What's the ruling party's record like on the economy?

While Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) has been criticised by Brussels over rule of law reforms, it's harder to find fault with its handling of the economy.
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Civilian death toll rises to 30 in Syria following Turkey's military offensive, says monitor

Civilian death toll rises to 30 in Syria following Turkey's military offensive, says monitor

According to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, further casualties include 74 members of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and 49 Syrian rebels aligned with Ankara.
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Poland's parliamentary election 2019: Will smaller parties prove to be the kingmakers?

Poland's parliamentary election 2019: Will smaller parties prove to be the kingmakers?

The ruling Law and Justice Party may continue to govern alone after this weekend's election in Poland, but smaller parties are making gains.
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Typhoon Hagibis batters Japan with high winds and heavy rain

Typhoon Hagibis batters Japan with high winds and heavy rain

Hagibis is wreaking havoc on mainland Japan and is expected to bring with it the heaviest rain and winds in sixty years. More than a million people have been advised to evacuate.
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Will the Greens gets their first MPs elected in coal-hungry Poland?

Will the Greens gets their first MPs elected in coal-hungry Poland?

Climate change protests are becoming more frequent in Poland as public concern grows, but despite several attempts, the party has never had a politician elected to Parliament.
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Watch: Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge becomes the first person to run unofficial, sub-two-hour marathon

Watch: Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge becomes the first person to run unofficial, sub-two-hour marathon

Kipchoge, the world marathon record holder, will be hoping to be second time lucky after he narrowly failed in his first try in 2017 by running the length of a marathon in 2:00:25.
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Poland's parliamentary election 2019: All you need to know about the pivotal poll

Poland's parliamentary election 2019: All you need to know about the pivotal poll

Poland's nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party is set to win Sunday's election, but will it be able to form a majority in parliament?
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Iranian women at football: a cause for celebration or all just a show?

Iranian women at football: a cause for celebration or all just a show?

Social and international news coverage was awash with women’s faces daubed in green and red face paint and proudly holding Iranian flags aloft.
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Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky holds record-breaking 14-hour press conference

Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky holds record-breaking 14-hour press conference

Zelensky started the "marathon" press conference from 10:00 am local time and took the last questions shortly after midnight.
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How Tunisia’s tech start-ups are changing the entrepreneurial ecosystem

How Tunisia’s tech start-ups are changing the entrepreneurial ecosystem

With more than one-third of Tunisia’s graduates unemployed, many young nationals are taking matters into their own hands by creating their own tech companies.
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How to reach consumers through social media? GITEX experts answer

How to reach consumers through social media? GITEX experts answer

As the number of people on social media increases, using online platforms to reach consumers is a growing trend for brands around the world.
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EU Commission hearings: 'This is the first time that a French candidate has been rejected'

EU Commission hearings: 'This is the first time that a French candidate has been rejected'

France's nominee to become European Commissioner, Sylive Goulard, took a beating in the European Parliament. 89 committee members voted against her and only 29 in favour - ostensibly over ethical concerns for which she's being investigated.
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Watch: Iranian women attend first football match in 40 years

Watch: Iranian women attend first football match in 40 years

Women had been banned from stadiums when men's teams are playing since soon after the 1979 Islamic revolution. But 4,000 women's tickets were allocated for the World Cup qualifier between Iran and Cambodia.
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Political horse-trading as parties jostle to form Romania's next government

Political horse-trading as parties jostle to form Romania's next government

Romania's government has collapsed following a no-confidence vote - only weeks ahead of a Presidential election. It follows claims of corruption and protests against what many viewed as the administration of Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă’s attac...
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Former YPG fighter says Kurds in Syria 'thrown to the wolves' by allies

Former YPG fighter says Kurds in Syria 'thrown to the wolves' by allies

A British man who fought alongside Kurdish forces in Syria to defeat Islamic State told Euronews the Kurds have been "thrown to the wolves" after Turkey launched a military campaign in the northeast of the country.
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IMF managing director forecasts growth 'slowdown' in the next year

IMF managing director forecasts growth 'slowdown' in the next year

"In two years’ time, the world has moved from synchronized upswing – in other words, accelerating growth – to a synchronized slowdown", she said.
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Extinction Rebellion: What is it and who are they? Euronews looks at the climate change movement

Extinction Rebellion: What is it and who are they? Euronews looks at the climate change movement

Extinction Rebellion is a social movement that uses nonviolent civil disobedience to draw attention to the climate crisis.
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Raw Politics in full: Opening the Floodgates

Raw Politics in full: Opening the Floodgates

Tesa Arcilla is joined by politicians and journalists to discuss the major political issues that are defining and dividing Europe today.
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Off the rails: Hanoi closes railway cafés thronged by selfie-seeking tourists

Off the rails: Hanoi closes railway cafés thronged by selfie-seeking tourists

Last weekend a train had to make an emergency stop to avoid hitting a group of tourists. Authorities have said dozens of cafés must now close by this weekend.
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The world is not ready for pandemic flu, says WHO director

The world is not ready for pandemic flu, says WHO director

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told Euronews it would make Ebola look 'lousy'
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Watch: Sesame Street tackles US opioid addiction crisis

Watch: Sesame Street tackles US opioid addiction crisis

The show will tell the story of the puppet Karli, whose mother is battling addiction. There are 5.7 million children under 11 living with a parent with a substance abuse problem in the US.
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Environmental group accuses Spain of worsening drought in Portugal by diverting river water

Environmental group accuses Spain of worsening drought in Portugal by diverting river water

An environmental group is accusing Spain of not upholding a decades-old agreement with Portugal about water supply from an important river. The citizen-led ProTejo River Protection Movement says too much water from the Tagus River is being divert...
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Romania's government on the brink ahead of vote of no confidence in Viorica Dancila

Romania's government on the brink ahead of vote of no confidence in Viorica Dancila

The move comes just a month before the country's presidential election.
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Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar to meet in last roll of Brexit dice

Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar to meet in last roll of Brexit dice

The UK and Irish leaders meet on Thursday with few expectations of a breakthrough over a Brexit deal.
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Rugby World Cup: England vs France match cancelled as Super Typhoon approaches Japan

Rugby World Cup: England vs France match cancelled as Super Typhoon approaches Japan

Of the three matches scheduled to take place on Saturday, only one — Ireland vs Samoa — will go on as planned while England's match against France and the clash between New Zealand and Italy have been cancelled.
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Has Hungary's swine flu epidemic infected its pig population?

Has Hungary's swine flu epidemic infected its pig population?

Has Hungary's swine flu epidemic infected its pig population?
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