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Boeing Starliner capsule docks at ISS to compete with SpaceX [Video]

Boeing Starliner capsule docks at ISS to compete with SpaceX

It's second time lucky for Boeing as they successfully launch their space capsule and dock it at the International Space Station.

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Latest news bulletin | May 21st – Midday [Video]

Latest news bulletin | May 21st – Midday

Catch up with the most important stories from around Europe and beyond - latest news, breaking news, World, Business, Entertainment, Politics, Culture, Travel.

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Russia cuts gas supplies to Finland for 'refusing to pay in roubles' [Video]

Russia cuts gas supplies to Finland for 'refusing to pay in roubles'

The cutoff is not expected to have any major immediate effect and there would be no disruption to customers, Finnish authorities said.

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International Tea Day: 7 unique tea traditions from around the world [Video]

International Tea Day: 7 unique tea traditions from around the world

In honour of International Tea Day, we thought we'd take a look at some of the many wonderful ways different countries from around the world prepare and drink their tea

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Latest news bulletin | May 21st – Morning [Video]

Latest news bulletin | May 21st – Morning

Catch up with the most important stories from around Europe and beyond - latest news, breaking news, World, Business, Entertainment, Politics, Culture, Travel.

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I visited the no.1 chalet in the French Alps and it changed my mind about ski holidays [Video]

I visited the no.1 chalet in the French Alps and it changed my mind about ski holidays

Hot tubs, fine dining and permaculture. This French ski chalet has it all - and it’s doing it in the greenest way imaginable.

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Brexit: UK 'miscalculating' over unilateral action to override treaty, says Ireland's Coveney [Video]

Brexit: UK 'miscalculating' over unilateral action to override treaty, says Ireland's Coveney

Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney told Euronews the UK is wrong if it thinks overriding the Northern Ireland Protocol would not provoke a trade war with the EU.

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Ukraine war: Azov Battalion evacuates dead after fighters stop defending Mariupol steel plant [Video]

Ukraine war: Azov Battalion evacuates dead after fighters stop defending Mariupol steel plant

Earlier, the Russian defence ministry said 1,908 Ukrainian soldiers from Azovstal had "rendered themselves prisoner" since Monday.

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Records broken as high temperatures hit Spain and France [Video]

Records broken as high temperatures hit Spain and France

Both countries have seen above average temperatures for May.

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Monkeypox outbreak: Drugmaker SIGA says EU authorities seeking to stockpile its smallpox antiviral [Video]

Monkeypox outbreak: Drugmaker SIGA says EU authorities seeking to stockpile its smallpox antiviral

Shares in companies that make antiviral drugs to fight smallpox and related viruses have soared as monkeypox cases multiply in Europe and North America.

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Residents inspect damage after huge fire in Manila [Video]

Residents inspect damage after huge fire in Manila

Hundreds of residents tried to salvage parts of their destroyed homes on Friday, a day after a massive fire engulfed a residential compound in Manila.

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Latest news bulletin | May 20th – Evening [Video]

Latest news bulletin | May 20th – Evening

Catch up with the most important stories from around Europe and beyond - latest news, breaking news, World, Business, Entertainment, Politics, Culture, Travel.

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'Extremist' audio clips removed from SoundCloud in Europe-wide operation [Video]

'Extremist' audio clips removed from SoundCloud in Europe-wide operation

The illegal files included jihadist chants and audio clips that promoted right-wing extremist groups.

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Ukrainian woman, 3 children survive house bombing [Video]

Ukrainian woman, 3 children survive house bombing

The explosions started in the middle of the night, shaking the house to its foundations. Roof timbers splintered and windows shattered, sending shards of glass hurtling above the three sleeping children into the opposite wall.

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Mariupol escapees 'have to pass through Russian filtration camps' [Video]

Mariupol escapees 'have to pass through Russian filtration camps'

All men -- and women under 60 -- that want to leave are sent to the camps for questioning, a local told Euronews.

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Are robot beekeepers the secret to saving the vital pollinators? [Video]

Are robot beekeepers the secret to saving the vital pollinators?

A robot controls everything from the ideal temperature to honey harvesting.

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What next for Lebanon after Hezbollah loses its parliamentary majority? [Video]

What next for Lebanon after Hezbollah loses its parliamentary majority?

We spoke to Middle East expert Dr Chloe Kattar, a research fellow in history at the University of Cambridge, to find out.

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"Russian Hulk" sets world record by pulling three helicopters [Video]

"Russian Hulk" sets world record by pulling three helicopters

The world record holder in towing multi-ton equipment, Sergey Agadzhanyan, nicknamed the "Russian Hulk", set a new world record on May 19, by towing three helicopters at the same time without the use of special devices such as ladders.

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This influencer can name any country in under a second - using only Google street view [Video]

This influencer can name any country in under a second - using only Google street view

TikTok star can recognise any country in the world in less than a second using just a photograph.

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Latest news bulletin | May 20th – Midday [Video]

Latest news bulletin | May 20th – Midday

Catch up with the most important stories from around Europe and beyond - latest news, breaking news, World, Business, Entertainment, Politics, Culture, Travel.

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37 years after massacre, families receive remains [Video]

37 years after massacre, families receive remains

Almost four decades after one of the worst massacres in the country's history, Peruvian authorities handed over the bones of people killed by the army in 1985 during the Andean nation's internal conflict with rebel groups.

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Monkeypox: What we know about the smallpox-like virus spreading in Europe, the US and Canada [Video]

Monkeypox: What we know about the smallpox-like virus spreading in Europe, the US and Canada

Many cases are being found in men who have sex with men, but monkeypox can spread through close contact regardless of sexual orientation.

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US actor and activist Forest Whitaker honoured at Cannes Film Festival [Video]

US actor and activist Forest Whitaker honoured at Cannes Film Festival

The US actor and activist Forest Whitaker has given an award at the Cannes Film Festival in recognition of his work as an artist and an activist

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What funding do EU countries get to help Ukrainian refugees? [Video]

What funding do EU countries get to help Ukrainian refugees?

The bloc has freed up several billion in unused money for Europe’s regions, to be spent on emergency help for Ukrainian refugees. Known as the Cohesion Fund, it includes finance from the European Social Fund and FEAD. Another €10 billion from the..

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Latest news bulletin | May 20th – Morning [Video]

Latest news bulletin | May 20th – Morning

Catch up with the most important stories from around Europe and beyond - latest news, breaking news, World, Business, Entertainment, Politics, Culture, Travel.

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Ukraine prosecutor asks for life sentence for Russian soldier in war crimes trial [Video]

Ukraine prosecutor asks for life sentence for Russian soldier in war crimes trial

Sergeant Vadim Shishimarin, 21, has pleaded guilty to shooting dead 62-year-old civilian Oleksandr Shelipov, and asked for 'forgiveness' from his widow in court.

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G7 countries pledge billions for Ukraine 'to get through this' [Video]

G7 countries pledge billions for Ukraine 'to get through this'

G7 finance ministers tried on Thursday to strike a new deal to keep Ukraine's budget afloat without losing sight of the global economic impact of Moscow's war.

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Cannes Film Festival: 'Father and Soldier' shines a light on colonialism and imperialism in France [Video]

Cannes Film Festival: 'Father and Soldier' shines a light on colonialism and imperialism in France

Omar Sy plays a father signing up to fight for France in World War I in order to watch over his son.

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Latest news bulletin | May 19th – Evening [Video]

Latest news bulletin | May 19th – Evening

Catch up with the most important stories from around Europe and beyond - latest news, breaking news, World, Business, Entertainment, Politics, Culture, Travel.

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'The Russians are running': Meet Ukraine's soldiers on the southern frontline [Video]

'The Russians are running': Meet Ukraine's soldiers on the southern frontline

Euronews International Correspondent Anelise Borges met up with a frontline battalion trying to retake the city of Kherson from Russian control.

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Belgian farmers struggle as drought and rising costs hit [Video]

Belgian farmers struggle as drought and rising costs hit

An unusually dry spring has meant crop yields are so far much lower this year.

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Ukraine slams 'second-class treatment' after Scholz dashes Kyiv's hopes of quick EU membership [Video]

Ukraine slams 'second-class treatment' after Scholz dashes Kyiv's hopes of quick EU membership

It comes after Scholz had said there are no shortcuts to Ukraine's EU membership bid.

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Russia says easing Ukraine Black Sea ports blockade dependent on sanctions review [Video]

Russia says easing Ukraine Black Sea ports blockade dependent on sanctions review

Moscow's comments follow an appeal by the UN food chief to Vladimir Putin that millions would die around the world because of Russia's blockade of Ukraine's Black Sea ports.

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2022 Europa League final: Eintracht Frankfurt beats Glasgow Rangers in penalty shootout [Video]

2022 Europa League final: Eintracht Frankfurt beats Glasgow Rangers in penalty shootout

Eintracht Frankfurt won against Rangers in the Europa League final, ending its 42-year wait for a European trophy.

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Ryanair must pay Italian social security for some Bergamo staff, says ECJ [Video]

Ryanair must pay Italian social security for some Bergamo staff, says ECJ

Ryanair failed to produce evidence that every crew member was covered by Irish-issued E101 certificates, so the European Court of Justice ruled they are effectively Italian employees.

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MEPs demand sanctions on Schröder over his ties with Russian firms [Video]

MEPs demand sanctions on Schröder over his ties with Russian firms

Gerhard Schröder still holds positions at Rosneft, Russia's leading oil company, and Nord Stream AG.

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The EU's population has decreased partly due to COVID-19, latest figures show [Video]

The EU's population has decreased partly due to COVID-19, latest figures show

The natural population change — the difference between live births and deaths — tanked in 2020 to -2.5, likely due in part to the pandemic which has claimed the lives of over a million people across the EU.

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The new European Health Data Space: protecting health data and helping scientific research [Video]

The new European Health Data Space: protecting health data and helping scientific research

Powerful tools such as artificial intelligence and data science can make healthcare more effective and smarter: they are at the heart of the new European Health Data Space

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Group G Preview - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: Will Brazil shine again? [Video]

Group G Preview - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: Will Brazil shine again?

Brazil are on the hunt for World Cup number six - but haven't won football's biggest prize in 20 years. Cafu tells us which player holds the key to success

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Juan Carlos I: Former king's first return to Spain in two years ignites debate [Video]

Juan Carlos I: Former king's first return to Spain in two years ignites debate

He went to the United Arab Emirates in 2020.

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Meet the brothers seeking to preserve the Swiss mountains by bottling it as gin [Video]

Meet the brothers seeking to preserve the Swiss mountains by bottling it as gin

As young Swiss people move to the cities for jobs and opportunities, three brothers are determined to help sustain the economy of their small mountainous village by bottling up original liquors

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Feminist groups protest against femicides in Mexico [Video]

Feminist groups protest against femicides in Mexico

Various feminist groups gathered in Mexico City's main square on Wednesday to protest against the murder of women in the country.

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Ukrainian soldiers blow up bridge in Luhansk region [Video]

Ukrainian soldiers blow up bridge in Luhansk region

Ukrainian soldiers blew up a bridge linking towns in the eastern Luhansk region to deter the Russian offensive in the area.

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An American activist has been carrying his rubbish for a month. [Video]

An American activist has been carrying his rubbish for a month.

Rob Greenfield is proudly wearing rubbish, as part of a project to show how much rubbish we mindlessly throw away each month.

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Latest news bulletin | May 19th – Midday [Video]

Latest news bulletin | May 19th – Midday

Catch up with the most important stories from around Europe and beyond - latest news, breaking news, World, Business, Entertainment, Politics, Culture, Travel.

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Tom Cruise is top gun at Cannes Film Festival [Video]

Tom Cruise is top gun at Cannes Film Festival

Tom Cruise is given a warm welcome as he arrives at the Cannes Film Festival for the screening of the long-awaited sequel to the 1986 blockbuster Top Gun

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'Forever chemicals': How toxic are the levels of PFAS found in French tap water and breast milk? [Video]

'Forever chemicals': How toxic are the levels of PFAS found in French tap water and breast milk?

There are calls for a crackdown on chemical pollution after potentially toxic levels of PFAS were found in tap water near France’s third-largest city.

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Azov wives: 'This is not a game or a reality show. The truth is horrible' [Video]

Azov wives: 'This is not a game or a reality show. The truth is horrible'

The partners of Azov fighters', who asked the Pope to help save those under siege at Azovstal steel plant, are still waiting for news from their men.

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Gaffe as George W Bush slams Russia's 'wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq' [Video]

Gaffe as George W Bush slams Russia's 'wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq'

Freudian slip?

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Aviation’s climate ‘unicorns’ never show up, says charity calling for frequent flyer tax [Video]

Aviation’s climate ‘unicorns’ never show up, says charity calling for frequent flyer tax

We speak to Possible’s Leo Murray about how unclear definitions, minimal monitoring and inconsistent reporting have made the aviation industry’s green target difficult to track.

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