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England to make breaking COVID-19 self-isolation illegal with fines up to £10,000 [Video]

England to make breaking COVID-19 self-isolation illegal with fines up to £10,000

People will be required by law to self-isolate if they test positive for COVID-19 and risk fines of up to £10,000 for repeat offences.View on euronews

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Thousands take to streets in Germany to demand EU action over Moria migrants [Video]

Thousands take to streets in Germany to demand EU action over Moria migrants

The aunt of Alan Kurdi, the 3-year-old Syrian boy who drowned in the Mediterranean in 2015, joined protesters in Berlin to urge politicians to act.View on euronews

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Trump administration declares sanctions on Iran 'restored' ahead of UN General Assembly [Video]

Trump administration declares sanctions on Iran 'restored' ahead of UN General Assembly

Mike Pompeo has said that UN sanctions on Iran are restored in a move that most other countries consider illegal.View on euronews

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Italians begin voting in referendum on reducing parliament size [Video]

Italians begin voting in referendum on reducing parliament size

Italians will vote on reducing the size of parliament and in local elections in the government's first test amid the COVID-19 pandemic. View on euronews

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Belarus: Tens of thousands join weekly protest against Lukashenko regime, over 100 arrested [Video]

Belarus: Tens of thousands join weekly protest against Lukashenko regime, over 100 arrested

Over a 100 people were arrested at Sunday's protest in Minsk and other cities, a day after over 400 women were arrested at peaceful women's marches.View on euronews

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Donald Trump gives his 'blessing' to deal to keep TikTok app available in the US [Video]

Donald Trump gives his 'blessing' to deal to keep TikTok app available in the US

The deal, which will keep the video-sharing app TikTok available in the US, was approved by the Trump administration after it threatened to ban it over security concerns.View on euronews

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Trump says he will quickly replace Ginsburg with a 'very brilliant woman' [Video]

Trump says he will quickly replace Ginsburg with a 'very brilliant woman'

The US president's supporters chanted "fill that seat" at a rally in North Carolina one day after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.View on euronews

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New restrictions issued in Madrid as COVID-19 cases in Spain increase by 14,000 [Video]

New restrictions issued in Madrid as COVID-19 cases in Spain increase by 14,000

Infections in Europe are now higher than they were at the peak of the pandemic in March.View on euronews

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Slovenian Tadej Pogačar set to win Tour de France at just 21 [Video]

Slovenian Tadej Pogačar set to win Tour de France at just 21

In one of the most dramatic turnarounds in the race's history, Tadej Pogačar edged out the favourite, fellow Slovenian Primož Roglič.View on euronews

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Alexei Navalny: Kremlin critic recovers speech and movement after poisoning [Video]

Alexei Navalny: Kremlin critic recovers speech and movement after poisoning

In video posted on Instagram, Alexei Navalny, who was poisoned with Novichok, can be seen up and about and walking down stairs in the Berlin hospital where he is being treated.View on euronews

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Belarus: More than 200 arrested at anti-government women's march in Minsk [Video]

Belarus: More than 200 arrested at anti-government women's march in Minsk

Among those arrested was 73-year-old Nina Baginskaya who has become a regular figure of anti-establishment protests since they began in August.View on euronews

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Belongings of Holocaust survivor Wladyslaw Szpilman, real-life hero of 'The Pianist', up for auction [Video]

Belongings of Holocaust survivor Wladyslaw Szpilman, real-life hero of 'The Pianist', up for auction

A fountain pen, silver pocket watch and other prized possessions of the late Jewish-Polish composer Wladyslaw Szpilman go under the hammer in Warsaw next week.View on euronews

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US Secretary of State urges Venezuelan president to leave office [Video]

US Secretary of State urges Venezuelan president to leave office

Mike Pompeo delivered his unequivocal message while visiting Suriname, Guyana, Brazil and Colombia.View on euronews

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Russia-Belarus military drills near Polish border as protests continue [Video]

Russia-Belarus military drills near Polish border as protests continue

It comes as Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko is facing regular protests calling on him to resign.View on euronews

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COVID-19 test that gives a result in 10 minutes trialled in Austria [Video]

COVID-19 test that gives a result in 10 minutes trialled in Austria

More than 3,000 students from Vienna University took part in the trial. View on euronews

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The Netherlands must reduce carbon emissions by the end of the year, but can this be done? [Video]

The Netherlands must reduce carbon emissions by the end of the year, but can this be done?

The Netherlands must reduce carbon emissions by the end of the year, but can this be done? View on euronews

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Interview with the Dutch government’s “Climate Tsar” [Video]

Interview with the Dutch government’s “Climate Tsar”

In The Hague, we meet Sandor Gaastra, director general in the Ministry of Economics. He’s the government’s "Climate Tsar", charged with speeding up the country’s climate protection policies.View on euronews

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The irrepressible Ramesh Shukla - Dubai's unofficial royal photographer [Video]

The irrepressible Ramesh Shukla - Dubai's unofficial royal photographer

Photographer Ramesh Shukla has devoted his life to documenting key moments in the history of Dubai and the United Arab Emirates over the course of five decades, after arriving with little more than a camera in 1965. We look back at some of his..

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UAE aerospace manufacturer Strata pivots from plane parts to mask production during pandemic [Video]

UAE aerospace manufacturer Strata pivots from plane parts to mask production during pandemic

Like so many industries around the world, manufacturing has been badly hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.View on euronews

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How are Tunisia’s plastics businesses faring during the COVID-19 crisis? [Video]

How are Tunisia’s plastics businesses faring during the COVID-19 crisis?

Back in April, the International Monetary Fund approved a $745 million emergency loan to help Tunisia navigate the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The IMF also forecast the economy would contract by 4.3% this year. View on euronews

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Corona-mafia? Organised crime setting sights on EU Recovery Fund, experts warn [Video]

Corona-mafia? Organised crime setting sights on EU Recovery Fund, experts warn

Davide Del Monte urges to keep 'the eyes open' as Italy is set to get the largest share of the €750 billion EU Recovery Fund. #Coronavirus #Recovery FundView on euronews

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Poland's Law and Justice left to rule alone, after United Right coalition collapses [Video]

Poland's Law and Justice left to rule alone, after United Right coalition collapses

Poland's ruling coalition, led by the Law and Justice Party, has collapsed following a late night vote in Parliament. The 'United Right 'political alliance had been in power since 2015. Negotiations are to come, but could bring 2023 elections forward...

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Lukashenko says Belarus will close borders with Poland and Lithuania [Video]

Lukashenko says Belarus will close borders with Poland and Lithuania

"We are forced to ... close the state border on the West, primarily with Lithuania and Poland," Lukashenko said.View on euronews

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French workers protest job cuts amid COVID-19 pandemic [Video]

French workers protest job cuts amid COVID-19 pandemic

Thousands protested job cuts and wages as COVID-19 cases rise in France.View on euronews

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WHO warns of 'serious' COVID-19 surge in Europe as global cases pass 30 million [Video]

WHO warns of 'serious' COVID-19 surge in Europe as global cases pass 30 million

WHO warns weekly COVID-19 infections in Europe are now higher than the first peak in MarchView on euronews

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EU plans for health union to boost pandemic preparedness [Video]

EU plans for health union to boost pandemic preparedness

European Commission President, Ursula von der Leyen, announced on Wednesday her plans for a European Health Union during her first State of the Union address to the European Parliament. But what will it look like?View on euronews

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Russian artist fills Moscow museum with colourful latex sculptures [Video]

Russian artist fills Moscow museum with colourful latex sculptures

The latex sculptures and dresses were made by Russian artist Sasha Frolova, who argues they represent extreme femininity, not overt sexuality.View on euronews

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Coronavirus: Calls to protect nurses who are 'still in the eye of this pandemic' [Video]

Coronavirus: Calls to protect nurses who are 'still in the eye of this pandemic'

According to a new report, more than 1,000 nurses have died from the disease worldwide. They account for around 10 per cent of infections.View on euronews

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Perpetual Music: Rolando Villazón and Renaud Capuçon mesmerise in Paris [Video]

Perpetual Music: Rolando Villazón and Renaud Capuçon mesmerise in Paris

Rolex Perpetual Music is a concert series designed to help performers during the difficult time caused by the pandemic. Musica takes a trip to Paris' wonderful Palais Garnier to see the third and final concert in the series. View on euronews

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EU votes in favour of sanctions on Belarus' Lukashenko [Video]

EU votes in favour of sanctions on Belarus' Lukashenko

The non-binding resolution was passed 574 for and 37 against with 82 abstentions. View on euronews

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Novichok traces found on water bottle in Alexei Navalny's hotel room, his colleagues say [Video]

Novichok traces found on water bottle in Alexei Navalny's hotel room, his colleagues say

Supporters of the Russian opposition leader, who is being treated in a Berlin hospital, say they found the item in his hotel room shortly after he collapsedView on euronews

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One of the largest T-rex skeletons set to go up for auction [Video]

One of the largest T-rex skeletons set to go up for auction

It could fetch up to €6.7 million.View on euronews

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COVID restrictions intensify in North East England amid soaring cases [Video]

COVID restrictions intensify in North East England amid soaring cases

Matt Hancock made the announcement on Thursday. View on euronews

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Jimi Hendrix legends and myths live on in Moroccan village [Video]

Jimi Hendrix legends and myths live on in Moroccan village

50 years after guitar legend Jimi Hendrix's untimely death, a village on Morocco's Atlantic coast pulsates with his memory.View on euronews

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Joe Biden warns UK: No US trade deal if Irish peace deal becomes 'casualty of Brexit' [Video]

Joe Biden warns UK: No US trade deal if Irish peace deal becomes 'casualty of Brexit'

The US presidential candidate's warning comes amid international dismay at the UK government's plan to overrule parts of the legally-binding EU divorce deal.View on euronews

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Small businesses in Italy look to EU recovery fund to stay afloat [Video]

Small businesses in Italy look to EU recovery fund to stay afloat

The EU has allocated €209 billion to Italy where thousands of people have lost their jobs, but small businesses are worried that they might be left out.View on euronews

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Euronews officially launches news channel in Georgia [Video]

Euronews officially launches news channel in Georgia

Euronews has already launched Euronews Albania and is set to introduce Euronews Serbia by the end of the year.View on euronews

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Russian opposition leader Navalny posts photo of himself from hospital, pledges to return to Russia [Video]

Russian opposition leader Navalny posts photo of himself from hospital, pledges to return to Russia

Navalny wrote on social media that he was breathing on his own after being poisoned in late August.View on euronews

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Maria Kolesnikova charged with causing harm to Belarusian national security [Video]

Maria Kolesnikova charged with causing harm to Belarusian national security

The Investigative Committee of Belarus released the information on their official Telegram channel:View on euronews

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State of the Union: Von der Leyen pledges more ambitious CO2 reduction target for EU [Video]

State of the Union: Von der Leyen pledges more ambitious CO2 reduction target for EU

The speech to MEPs setting out the Commission's priorities comes as Europe faces huge challenges including the pandemic, the economy, migration, climate change and Brexit. View on euronews

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Gauging the impact of the global pandemic on the Real Estate market in Dubai [Video]

Gauging the impact of the global pandemic on the Real Estate market in Dubai

In gauging the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on the real estate market in Dubai, Euronews' Target discovers that the first half of 2020 actually saw transactions worth the equivalent of €16.3 billion. So how is the market faring - and where is it..

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Spain to offer reparations to victims of ex-dictator Franco's regime [Video]

Spain to offer reparations to victims of ex-dictator Franco's regime

Government proposes law that would outlaw Franco's charitable foundation and turn his civil war mausoleum into a 'civilian cemetery'View on euronews

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Firefighters battle large blaze in Italian port city of Ancona [Video]

Firefighters battle large blaze in Italian port city of Ancona

The flames created a vast plume of smoke over the city, but authorities reported that the fire had been brought under control on Wednesday.View on euronews

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US wildfires: Antifa misinformation continues to spread on social media [Video]

US wildfires: Antifa misinformation continues to spread on social media

Facebook says they are removing "false claims" that fires in Oregon were started by certain groups, but Euronews has found examples of misinformation still circulating. View on euronews

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Art Paris spring fair finally goes ahead at Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées [Video]

Art Paris spring fair finally goes ahead at Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées

57,000 art lovers attended and around 900 artists had their work displayed as the Art Paris art fair finally went ahead at the Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées after initial cancellation and an online version. View on euronews

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What can we expect in Von der Leyen's first state of the union speech? [Video]

What can we expect in Von der Leyen's first state of the union speech?

EU chief Ursula von der Leyen will deliver her first landmark state of the union address on Wednesday. What can expect from it? View on euronews

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Russia to provide €1.2 billion loan to 'closest ally' Belarus, Putin announces [Video]

Russia to provide €1.2 billion loan to 'closest ally' Belarus, Putin announces

The meeting in Sochi between Russia's Putin and Belarus Lukashenko came a day after an estimated 150,000 people marched through Minsk demanding Lukashenko's resignation.View on euronews

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Greece: Lesbos migrants march against new camp facility after Moria fire [Video]

Greece: Lesbos migrants march against new camp facility after Moria fire

Migrants are demanding to leave the island and be allowed to travel to mainland Europe after last week's fire which destroyed the Moria camp.View on euronews

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US wildfires: Donald Trump dismisses science and predicts cooler temperatures [Video]

US wildfires: Donald Trump dismisses science and predicts cooler temperatures

Democratic presidential challenger Joe Biden branded Trump a 'climate arsonist' after the US President said 'don't think science knows' about the causes of west coast wildfires.View on euronews

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MEPs urge Brussels to link EU cash handouts to rule of law record [Video]

MEPs urge Brussels to link EU cash handouts to rule of law record

Brussels committed itself to tackle rule of law backsliding when it took office last year. MEPs say now is the time to deliver.View on euronews

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