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"I mean when you mother dies in your hands... you lose it," Reyad El Hami, a resident of Tripoli, told Euronews' Anelise Borges.
Today more than 1.4 million schoolchildren around the world are expected to walk out of lessons in what is believed to be the biggest protest calling for action on climate change to date.
Political expert Professor Tim Bale says history will not judge Theresa May kindly. The British Prime Minister is today widely expected to announce the date she will step down as Prime Minister. She is to shortly meet Graham Brady, chairman of ...
Diouf, 35, began her venture a decade ago, investing her savings to buy her own salt flats in Fatick, one of the West African nation's biggest salt mining regions.
The prospects of a populist, Far Right takeover in the European Parliament have been overhyped in the media. They are going to remain internally divided. They are going to remain in the minority and they are going to be increasingly marginalised.
“Europe should care more for people and be less concerned with the economic side of things. There should be better social distribution and less social dumping between states,” said Michel from Brussels.
Voters across the European Union are going to the polls to select the 705 MEPs to serve in the European Parliament for the next five years. While citizens from the UK and the Netherlands cast their votes this Thursday, most countries will vote on ...
EU citizens living in the UK are using #DeniedMyVote to share stories of being unable to vote in the European parliamentary elections, many claim they are being turned away at the polls.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal bill will not be published until the week beginning June 3, the government announced.
EU Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas made it clear that Britain's stalled withdrawal deal cannot be changed, so what happens next?
Undertaker Konstantinos Baboulas hands out coffin-shaped car air fresheners and has campaign posters resembling public funeral announcements. He says his job has taught him valuable lessons which he can adapt to politics.
The city council voted to modify bylaws, saying breeding will eventually be halted if they are not adhered to. Animal rights activists celebrated but some zookeepers are worried restrictions could do more harm than good.