Brussels and Washington agreed to end a 17-year-long dispute over aircraft subsidies, but tariffs on steel and aluminum remain unsettled.
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Activists in Gaza fire incendiary balloons towards Israel Several arrested ahead of right-wing Jerusalem march
Former Formula One driver and 13-time Grand Prix winner David Coulthard was driving his Red Bull F1 car, while 2018 Red Bull Air Race World Champion Martin Sonka inverted his plane just a few meters away from the Formula 1 car.
Facebook, Google, Twitter, and others can be challenged by watchdogs in any EU member state, not just its lead regulator in Ireland, the bloc’s top court has ruled.
US President Joe Biden was given a tour around the lantern-shaped Europa building in Brussels, by European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
Bikers from Libya's Mediterranean city of Benghazi, the cradle of its 2011 revolution and a one-time Islamist bastion, rev up their motors to show another side to their country and their gang.
Scotland fans are in a jubilant mood in Glasgow despite a 2-0 loss to the Czech Republic in the opening round of the Euro 2020.
Europe's largest active volcano erupted overnight, providing a dramatic display for people in the nearby town of Zafferano Etnea.
The French subsidiary of the home furnishings giant Ikea was found guilty of spying on union representatives, employees and some unhappy customers in the country.
The Belarusian dissident journalist who was arrested after authorities diverted a Ryanair flight to Minsk was present at a foreign ministry press briefing on Monday.
NATO has warned that China represents a global security threat and presents challenges to the "rules-based international order."
The Delta variant first found in India is having a huge impact on vaccine effectiveness in the UK, an expert has told Euronews.
The regions of Emilia Romagna, Lombardy, Lazio, Piedmont and Puglia, and the autonomous province of Trento, have had their risk level downgraded to "white zones".
The alliance's secretary-general said on Monday that NATO is concerned by Beijing's rapidly expanding nuclear arsenal.
Petrol heads, off-road enthusiasts and mud bathers, are back just a few days after the Hungarian government lifted a ban on large gatherings.
Don’t know much about contemporary dance? The Lyon Biennale makes it easy, accessible and fun with the Fagor Experience.
German authorities have launched proceedings against Telegram that could see the messenger app’s operators fined for failing to abide by laws.
The second phase of a vaccination campaign in rebel-held parts of northwestern Syria began on Monday with dozens of people getting inoculated against coronavirus.
With hundreds of parks and gardens, Moscow is a delight in springtime. The scent of lilacs is everywhere and the city offers a wide variety of entertainment for every type of traveler.
Four experts take the trail to the summit of Mount Nyiragongo, whose volcano erupted on May 22, spewing rivers of lava and forcing the evacuation of Goma.
We report from Denmark where the arrival of new species like tuna and anchovy is a sign of the big shifts underway as the ocean waters warm due to climate change.
Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel will meet with US President Joe Biden on Tuesday to relaunch EU-US relations.
Hungary's Babod Off-Road Festival delivered pure fun for all petrolheads, countrymen and countrywomen, city dwellers, locals, and foreign visitors.
Some 100 protesters march briefly in Yangon's Tamwe township, chanting “let’s end military dictatorship” and “let’s root out the fascist army”.
Back after last year’s cancellation, Lyon's Biennale de la Danse runs until the 16th of June, with a programme full of all types of dance at venues across the French city and wider region.
Three Beirutis describe rebuilding their hotels and cafes after the port explosion last August that ravaged Lebanon’s capital city.
Japan wins Gold for a fourth time while France takes Silver, Brazil and Uzbekistan both take bronze on day eight in Hungary of the World Judo Championships.
Officials slammed after municipal authorities in Portugal handed the personal details of anti-Kremlin activists to the Russian embassy in Lisbon
Members of the Extinction Rebellion climate activism group gathered in St Ives on Sunday as the three-day G-7 summit came to a close.
U.S. President Joe Biden flew Sunday from the Group of Seven summit in Cornwall, southwestern England, to have tea with Queen Elizabeth II.
The UK Prime Minister told a news conference at the end of the G7 summit in England that a billion doses will be donated to poorer countries by the end of next year.
Thousands of mainly right-wing protesters took to the streets of Madrid in opposition to plans to pardon jailed Catalan separatist leaders
Shelling of the rebel-held city of Afrin in northern Syria killed at least 18 people on Saturday, many of them when a hospital was hit, a war monitor said.
Brussels is welcoming the U.S. President on Monday at the NATO Summit. Joe Biden is expected to reassure the continent that Europe is a key ally.
Speaking exclusively to Euronews, the European Commission President described China as a 'systemic rival' and said the EU and G7's investment plans for the developing world come without conditions.
The spills were made deliberately by ships trying to save money by dumping used oil overboard rather than having it removed in port.
Brazil's far-right president spoke to 12,000 bikers at an event in Sao Paulo where he cast doubt on the death toll from coronavirus.
Violent clashes broke out Saturday between Tunisian security forces and hundreds of young protesters who took to the streets of central Tunis.
A mystery bidder has pledged €23 million to win an auction for the last seat on a space rocket with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
The "Distillery" nightclub in Leipzig reopens for a few days as a pilot project: 200 people are allowed to party there without masks and without distance.
Denmark's international midfielder was awake and in stable condition Saturday night after being taken to a Copenhagen hospital, the Danish football federation said.
US Chargé d’Affaires Douglas Jones tells Euronews that strengthening NATO is "all the more important" in a world of "increasing autocratic regimes".
The meeting will be their first since Biden was elected last November and comes at a time of strained relations between the United States and Russia.
Voter turn-out in Algeria's parliamentary election is reported to be low after calls for a boycott of the poll by a popular protest movement.
In her honour the military performed the trooping of the colour, a special parade, designed to mark her official birthday.