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EU-US relations under Biden won't be the same as before Trump, top official says [Video]

EU-US relations under Biden won't be the same as before Trump, top official says

"There will be no nostalgia," said EU trade chief Sabine Weyland. "We are not going to go back to the global order of previous days."

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Kosovo artist creates Joe Biden portrait using grains and seeds [Video]

Kosovo artist creates Joe Biden portrait using grains and seeds

An artist in Kosovo made a portrait of the US President-elect using grain and seeds ahead of his inauguration this week.

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Eurostar is 'in peril' and needs UK government help, say British firms [Video]

Eurostar is 'in peril' and needs UK government help, say British firms

Services of the cross-Channel train have dropped to just one train a day between the British and French capitals amid tightened border controls.

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Navalny 'not cut from the same cloth' as other politicians in the West [Video]

Navalny 'not cut from the same cloth' as other politicians in the West

"Alexei Navalny's ideas and hopes for his country come before his own personal ambitions and safety," Red Notice author Bill Browder told Euronews.

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Istanbul skids and slides to a halt as snow blankets Turkish city [Video]

Istanbul skids and slides to a halt as snow blankets Turkish city

It comes as extreme cold has hit large parts of Europe, with freezing temperatures cracking railroad tracks in Poland and smog spiking as coal was being burned to generate heat.

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'Brexit carnage': UK fishing sector protests extra red tape outside EU [Video]

'Brexit carnage': UK fishing sector protests extra red tape outside EU

British fishing communities were among the strongest supporters of Brexit. But now some are protesting against the extra red tape it has brought.

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Adrinet: an initiative exorcising the Mediterranean's 'ghost nets' [Video]

Adrinet: an initiative exorcising the Mediterranean's 'ghost nets'

Adrinet is a EU Cohesion Policy funded initiative that is helping to remove 'ghost nets' from seabeds in the Meditteranean. Its goal is to protect marine ecosystems and educate about the dangers of plastic pollution in the sea.

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What's the best way to get rid of the 'Ghost Nets' haunting our seas? [Video]

What's the best way to get rid of the 'Ghost Nets' haunting our seas?

Elisabetta Bonerba is a project leader at the Adrinet programme, an EU funded initiative to alleviate plastic pollution in the Adriatic seabed. She tells us how best to deal with 'Ghost Nets' haunting our seas.

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Japan's human-centred smart cities enhancing well-being [Video]

Japan's human-centred smart cities enhancing well-being

Japan is rapidly understanding the opportunities that smart cities can provide to help an aging population and to enhance general well-being. We take a look at two Japanese smart towns and their different solution-oriented smart projects.

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What impact will a Biden presidency have on coal-dependent Poland? [Video]

What impact will a Biden presidency have on coal-dependent Poland?

Some believe President-elect Joe Biden will be more critical of Poland than Donald Trump

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Is the pandemic having an impact on climate change? [Video]

Is the pandemic having an impact on climate change?

2020 ends what was the warmest decade on record. But haven't the lockdowns linked to the pandemic lowered pollution? Euronews' Jeremy Wilks takes a look at the events of the past year and their positive and negative effects on climate change.

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Bavaria makes FFP2 masks mandatory in shops and public transport [Video]

Bavaria makes FFP2 masks mandatory in shops and public transport

Starting next week, Austria will introduce a similar rule nationwide.

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Tunisian police continue to clash with protesters as poverty still rife 10 years after revolution [Video]

Tunisian police continue to clash with protesters as poverty still rife 10 years after revolution

Sunday was the third consecutive day of unrest a decade on from the revolution that ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali

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The EU's 'SURE' financial aid explained [Video]

The EU's 'SURE' financial aid explained

Learn how the EU's 'SURE' initiative is keeping unemployment at bay during the pandemic by boosting financial aid to furlough schemes in member states.

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Sign up to Euronews' new Green newsletter [Video]

Sign up to Euronews' new Green newsletter

Your weekly recap of eco news and green views, straight to your inbox.

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UK closes travel corridors, now all passengers require pre-departure negative COVID-19 test [Video]

UK closes travel corridors, now all passengers require pre-departure negative COVID-19 test

All passengers will still be required to quarantine for up to 10 days on arrival but the isolation period can be cut short with a negative test after five days.

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How did the moments before Alexei Navalny was arrested in Russia unfold? [Video]

How did the moments before Alexei Navalny was arrested in Russia unfold?

"I felt like he knew what was going to happen," said Euronews' correspondent.

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Families of Soviet Gulag prisoners still waiting for compensation in long-running legal battle [Video]

Families of Soviet Gulag prisoners still waiting for compensation in long-running legal battle

The families victims who suffered Stalinist repression are still waiting for compensation 30 years after the collapse of the former Soviet Union

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Hundreds of animal footprints found on Florence's medieval cathedral roof [Video]

Hundreds of animal footprints found on Florence's medieval cathedral roof

Rather than intrepid animals scaling the building to walk on the roof, it seems the creatures walked across the terracottas when they were originally made.

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Biopic film Slalom looks at sexual harassment in sport [Video]

Biopic film Slalom looks at sexual harassment in sport

"It was really the idea of finally working on the coach-trainer relationship," its director Charlène Favier told Euronews.

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NASA 'megarocket' test aborted after system computers shut down engines [Video]

NASA 'megarocket' test aborted after system computers shut down engines

A test of NASA's new SLS megarocket was aborted after computers automatically shut down engines after a little over a minute

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Residents on island of Java clear up ash from Mount Semeru volcano [Video]

Residents on island of Java clear up ash from Mount Semeru volcano

Indonesia is home to about 130 active volcanoes because of its position in the "Ring of Fire" plate belt.

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Number of bodies found after Indonesian earthquake rises to 56 [Video]

Number of bodies found after Indonesian earthquake rises to 56

Buildings were reduced to piles of bricks and all that remained of a shopping centre was a crumpled shell.

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Protesters in Jerusalem continue calls for PM Netanyahu to resign over corruption [Video]

Protesters in Jerusalem continue calls for PM Netanyahu to resign over corruption

Weekly protests continue in Jerusalem calling on Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu to step down over corruption charges

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Protests continue in Tunisia against the police and economic crisis [Video]

Protests continue in Tunisia against the police and economic crisis

The demonstrations in Siliana and other cities began after a video posted on social media showed a police officer shouting and pushing a shepherd whose sheep entered the local government headquarters.

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Indonesian rescuers retrieve more bodies from the rubble of buildings toppled by powerful earthquake [Video]

Indonesian rescuers retrieve more bodies from the rubble of buildings toppled by powerful earthquake

At least 56 people have died in the 6.2 magnitude earthquake which hit Sulawesi island on Friday night

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It's a chance to play in the snow as parts of Europe become a winter wonderland [Video]

It's a chance to play in the snow as parts of Europe become a winter wonderland

Parisians built snowmen and threw snowballs before the nighttime curfew kicked in, whilst Belgians enjoyed up to 10 cm of snowfall.

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Paris Champs-Elysées to be turned into an 'extraordinary garden' [Video]

Paris Champs-Elysées to be turned into an 'extraordinary garden'

The French capital is transforming its iconic promenade into a green oasis.

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Indonesia's Mount Semeru spews hot ash 5.6km into the air [Video]

Indonesia's Mount Semeru spews hot ash 5.6km into the air

Indonesia, an archipelago of more than 250 million people, sits on the Pacific “Ring of Fire” and is prone to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

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German farmers and animal rights activists protest agricultural policy [Video]

German farmers and animal rights activists protest agricultural policy

The organisers of the march called for a total review of legislation.

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China's famous Ice Town sees annual sculpture festival scaled back amid pandemic [Video]

China's famous Ice Town sees annual sculpture festival scaled back amid pandemic

While Ice and Snow World and the Snow Sculpture Exhibition, two of the most famous festival sites, are open, all mass gatherings have been cancelled.

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Bosnia: Hundreds of migrants grappling with freezing temperatures in makeshift shelters [Video]

Bosnia: Hundreds of migrants grappling with freezing temperatures in makeshift shelters

Some migrants have been sleeping rough for months while attempting to cross into Croatia multiple times.

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British bands stung by post-Brexit touring costs [Video]

British bands stung by post-Brexit touring costs

The UK music industry is facing a harsh reality, with Brexit making touring in the EU a difficult prospect with the added expenses of Visas, work-permits and VAT.

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Brazil's Amazon region suffers deadly lack of oxygen supplies amid COVID pandemic [Video]

Brazil's Amazon region suffers deadly lack of oxygen supplies amid COVID pandemic

Brazilian artists, football clubs, and politicians used their platforms to appeal for help for the city of Manaus, which is experiencing a dire lack of oxygen.

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US health secretary Alex Azar tells Trump he is resigning [Video]

US health secretary Alex Azar tells Trump he is resigning

During Alex Azar's time serving as US health secretary, more than 390,000 people in the US have died from COVID-19.

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Brexit red tape is leading to shortages in some UK supermarkets [Video]

Brexit red tape is leading to shortages in some UK supermarkets

British freight traders say European truck drivers could simply choose not to deliver to the UK over post-Brexit red tape.

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'Outrage': Row after pro-Brexit group moves its website back into EU [Video]

'Outrage': Row after pro-Brexit group moves its website back into EU

Neale Richmond, European Affairs spokesperson for a coalition party, Fine Gael, described the move as an "outrage".

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COVID vaccines: Six EU countries hit out at 'unacceptable' delays to deliveries of Pfizer jab [Video]

COVID vaccines: Six EU countries hit out at 'unacceptable' delays to deliveries of Pfizer jab

"Fewer doses will be available for European countries at the end of January and the beginning of February," said Pfizer.

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YouTube removes video of Austrian MP over 'COVID-19 misinformation' [Video]

YouTube removes video of Austrian MP over 'COVID-19 misinformation'

Herbert Kickl claimed that children would play "not the slightest role" in spreading the virus.

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Has the illegal drug trade outsmarted a pandemic? [Video]

Has the illegal drug trade outsmarted a pandemic?

Andrew Cummingham, an expert on illegal drug markets, Crime and Supply Reduction, gives Euronews his insight into how the illegal drug trade is being changed by the pandemic.

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Norway adjusts advice for elderly and frail people after COVID-19 vaccine deaths [Video]

Norway adjusts advice for elderly and frail people after COVID-19 vaccine deaths

The Norwegian Medicines Agency told Euronews it expected to see some deaths linked to vaccinations within nursing homes but noted that fatalities were “very, very rare”.

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Greta Thunberg makes history in stamp form [Video]

Greta Thunberg makes history in stamp form

Sweden have commemorated the teenager activist as part of their news environmental stamp collection.

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North Korea holds huge military parade ahead of Biden inauguration [Video]

North Korea holds huge military parade ahead of Biden inauguration

Analysts say North Korea is using the military display to send the incoming administration in Washington a carefully calibrated message of strength.

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EU vaccine rollout 'morally and politically unjustified', says Albania PM [Video]

EU vaccine rollout 'morally and politically unjustified', says Albania PM

"If you see how the European Union has conceived this process, for the moment it has decided to think only of itself," said Albania's PM Edi Rama.

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France extends 6pm-to-6am curfew to the whole of the country [Video]

France extends 6pm-to-6am curfew to the whole of the country

The curfew will come into force on Saturday and last for "at least" 15 days.

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Indonesian navy divers find new debris from Sriwijaya Air jet [Video]

Indonesian navy divers find new debris from Sriwijaya Air jet

At least 268 divers were deployed in the search on Thursday.

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Floating islands of rubbish pollute Bulgaria's rivers after days of heavy rainfall [Video]

Floating islands of rubbish pollute Bulgaria's rivers after days of heavy rainfall

Recent heavy rainfall and flooding have caused rubbish and debris to be carried into Bulgaria's waterways.

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Dutch government under pressure after Labour Party leader steps down over welfare benefits scandal [Video]

Dutch government under pressure after Labour Party leader steps down over welfare benefits scandal

Mark Rutte's government is under pressure to respond to a welfare benefits scandal after Labour Party leader Lodewijk Asscher stepped down.

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COVID-19: Ireland's going throuh 'really dramatic increase' in cases, says PM Martin [Video]

COVID-19: Ireland's going throuh 'really dramatic increase' in cases, says PM Martin

In Ireland there are only 22 ICU beds available for use. Almost half of all the country's COVID-19 cases were reported in the last fortnight.

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"Pray for rain ceremonies are useless": Turkey faces its most severe drought in a decade [Video]

"Pray for rain ceremonies are useless": Turkey faces its most severe drought in a decade

Istanbul has already been warned it has less than 45 days of water left due to poor rainfall in the second half of last year.

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