Video: European Parliament elections — who is most likely to vote?

Who is most likely to vote during the upcoming European elections? Between May 23 and 26, European Union citizens will vote to fill 751 seats in the European Parliament. Each

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Young riders sprint on balance bike course in southwest China

More than 240 young riders took on each other in a balance bike race in southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality over the weekend. The cute toddlers, fully equipped with protective gear

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Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany to leave football club this summer

Defenseman Vincent Kompany has played his last game as captain of the Manchester City Football Club. The 33-year-old Belgian is leaving City this summer after completing a domestic treble which

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Pompeo warns Russia: Don’t meddle in 2020 election

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned Russia against interference in the 2020 presidential election as he arrived in the country on Tuesday for talks with Vladimir Putin. He said

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WATCH AGAIN: Trump praises ‘respected’ Viktor Orban at White House

U.S. President Donald Trump warmly welcomed Viktor Orban to the White House on Monday, saying the anti-immigration Hungarian leader was “respected all over Europe.” The pair sat down for talks

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City overcome scare to retain premiership

Manchester City has won the English Premier League — becoming the first side to retain the trophy for a decade. Pep Guardiola’s side needed a win on Sunday to be

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Police clash with demonstrators as yellow-vest protests reach six-month mark

French police fired tear gas at masked demonstrators in Lyon and Nantes on Saturday as heavy rain kept the number of yellow vest demonstrators down in Paris. Saturday marked the

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Eurovision 2019 preview: What are your country’s chances?

The grand final of the 64th Eurovision Song Contest will take place on Saturday, 18 May in Tel Aviv, Israel, with the semi-finals held on Tuesday 14 and Thursday 16

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Turkey mayoral re-run: Istanbulians tell Euronews their opinions

Euronews took to the streets of Istanbul to ask residents what they thought about officials ordering a re-run of mayoral elections in the city. One Istanbulian echoed a common discourse

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Raw Politics in full: Northern Ireland talks and UK in the EU elections

Host Tesa Arcilla sits down with European politicians and experts on Wednesday’s episode of Raw Politics for their insights and analysis on the latest in the political arena. The panel

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Accused founder of upstate New York sex cult goes on trial in US

Keith Raniere, a former self-help guru, on Tuesday went on trial in the US on charges of running a secretive New York sex cult that recruited female “slaves”. The 58-year-old

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Turkey orders re-run of Istanbul election after Erdogan party defeat

Turkey’s main opposition on Monday accused authorities of “plain dictatorship” after officials ordered a re-run of elections in Istanbul where President Tayyip Erdogan’s party suffered a surprise defeat. CHP Deputy

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Vision of Notre Dame: architects respond to international design contest

Futuristic, modern, traditional or natural. Ideas abound for the reconstruction of Notre-Dame, which was severely damaged by fire last month. Some serious, some crazy, architects are responding to the challenge

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Tens of thousands of Scots march in Glasgow to demand second independence referendum

Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Glasgow – the largest city in Scotland – on Saturday (May 4) to demand a second referendum on independence from

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AIDS drugs reduce transmission to ‘zero’ in gay male couples, study finds

A man carrying HIV/AIDS has “zero” risk of transmitting the virus to his non-infected partner if he’s being successfully treated for the disease, a landmark new study has found. Nearly

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Dirty protest? Toilet roll with Maduro’s face for sale online

Toilet paper featuring an image of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro’s face has sparked amusement on social media. The product, available to buy online, features Maduro’s face on each sheet. He

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Which countries in Europe have the highest proportion of women?

Do two of Europe’s most recent elections signal a new trend on the continent? Recent polls in Spain and Finland have seen both countries elect record proportions of women to

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EU is ‘built on anti-fascism’ not Christian values, says EU top job hopeful Violeta Tomic

The European Union was not built on Christian values but on anti-fascism, Slovenia’s Violeta Tomic, the European Left candidate for the bloc’s top job, told Euronews on Tuesday. Tomic made

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Football manager Bielsa hailed for act of sportsmanship that cost Leeds United promotion

Leeds United football manager Marcelo Bielsa has been hailed for a remarkable act of sportsmanship that also ended any hope of his team being promoted to England’s Premier League. The

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Cyprus police find another victim of online dating serial killer

Police in Cyprus found human remains on Sunday in an ongoing investigation into a suspected serial killer who went undetected for almost three years. Police say the suspect, a career

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Fake Lego manufacturers apprehended in China

Police in China say they have uncovered a gang accused of manufacturing and selling 27 million euros worth of counterfeit Lego. Officers raided a toymaker in the city of Shenzhen

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Canada braces for more rain after spring floods

The state of New Brunswick in Canada is braced for yet more rain over the weekend just as spring floods were starting to stabilise and even recede. Meanwhile, the city

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Stéphanie Frappart to become first female referee in France’s top football league

Stephanie Frappart will become the first woman to referee a French Ligue 1 football match when Amiens host Strasbourg on Sunday (April 28). The French Football Federation (FFF) announced the

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Spain’s rural areas attract attention ahead of election

With Spain in the midst of an election campaign, political leaders seem very interested in so-called empty Spain – the name given the country’s rural areas with fast declining populations.

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Golan Heights: Israeli PM Netanyahu wants new settlement in disputed territory named after Trump

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has moved to try and get a new settlement in the Golan Heights named after US President Donald Trump to thank him for recognising the

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EU Elections: Lord Buckethead stands against Nigel Farage

The intergalactic British space lord — most commonly known as Lord Buckethead — announced to his 144,000 followers that he’s running against Nigel Farage in the EU Parliamentary elections on

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Paris prays for Notre-Dame’s speedy restoration at Easter mass

Hundreds of Parisians flocked to the smaller Saint-Eustache catholic church for Easter mass on Sunday, instead of Notre-Dame cathedral, which was gutted by a fire on Monday. “We will rise

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Nadal is out of Monte Carlo – beaten by Italy’s Fabio Fognini

Rafa Nadal has suffered a shock semi-final defeat against Italian Fabio Fognini at the Monte Carlo Masters. World number 18 Fognini took the match 6-4 6-2 to record just his

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French police demand better working conditions after spike in suicides

French police forces are protesting against “difficult” working conditions on Friday as 28 officers have committed suicide so far in 2019, double the amount recorded at the same time last

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Lithuanian woman faces charges after giving birth to ‘drunk’ baby

A 35-year-old woman in Lithuania is facing charges after giving birth to a baby girl with enough alcohol in its system to seriously affect its health. The mother, who doctors

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Notre Dame fire: Drone footage reveals devastating damage to Paris cathedral

Drone footage has revealed the shocking extent of the damage to Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, which was hit by a fire on Monday night. More than €700 million has

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Watch: Giant handpainted Easter eggs unveiled in Croatian town

The Croatian town of Koprivnica has unveiled an outdoor exhibition of two-metre-high painted Easter eggs. Painting eggs is an important Easter tradition in the country, with techniques and motifs varying

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Three-parent babies: How are they possible and is it ethical? | Euronews Answers

The subject of “three-parent children” was raised last week when reports said a woman had given birth to a baby in Greece using genetic material from two women and a

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Mass grave of Kurd remains shown to relatives in Iraq’s Anfal anniversary

A mass grave of Kurds killed by Iraq’s former leader’s forces three decades ago was unearthed. It was discovered in the desert about 170 kilometres west of the city of

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Watch live: Anti-government protests in Albania

Fresh protests calling for the government’s resignation are underway in Albania. You can watch live in the video player, above. Opposition parties announced the demonstrations in the country’s capital, Tirana,

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