Palestinians claim ceasefire reached with Israel

Palestinians claim ceasefire reached with Israel

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Watch: Taiwan couples tie the knot in Asia's first same-sex marriages

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Battle for Libya's Tripoli kills at least 29 civilians as Amnesty International warns of war crimes

"I mean when you mother dies in your hands... you lose it," Reyad El Hami, a resident of Tripoli, told Euronews' Anelise Borges.
Over 1.4 million schoolchildren expected to strike over climate change worldwide

Over 1.4 million schoolchildren expected to strike over climate change worldwide

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Watch: Alpine pass linking Italy and France reopens after winter

Watch: Alpine pass linking Italy and France reopens after winter

The road, 2,188 metres above sea level, was cleared of 7 metres of snow using turbine blades.
Fridays for Future: 1.4 million young people expected to take part in global climate marches

Fridays for Future: 1.4 million young people expected to take part in global climate marches

Young people across the world are swapping pens for placards to demand action on climate change.
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Theresa May breaks down in tears announcing her 7 June resignation
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History will not be kind to Theresa May, political expert tells Euronews

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What do the candidates for Europe's top job really think: Raw Questions

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Watch: Senegal 'Salt Queen' tastes success in a man's world

Watch: Senegal 'Salt Queen' tastes success in a man's world

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Catalonia’s Puigdemont risks arrest if he returns to Madrid to stand in EU Elections

Catalonia’s Puigdemont risks arrest if he returns to Madrid to stand in EU Elections

The legal services of the European Parliament indicate that he must go to Madrid to be sworn in.
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Watch: We asked Europeans what the EU can do for them in the future

Watch: We asked Europeans what the EU can do for them in the future

“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.
Watch: Europeans share what they think of the EU — do you agree?

Watch: Europeans share what they think of the EU — do you agree?

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Vote on May's Brexit bill delayed until early June following outcry from MPs

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Watch: Undertaker turns to gallows humour in campaign for Greek local elections

Watch: Undertaker turns to gallows humour in campaign for Greek local elections

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Watch: Barcelona Zoo told to stop breeding unless offspring reintroduced into wild

Watch: Barcelona Zoo told to stop breeding unless offspring reintroduced into wild

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.
Watch: Guerrilla artist 'Banksy' sets up stall outside Venice Biennale

Watch: Guerrilla artist 'Banksy' sets up stall outside Venice Biennale

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