Has the key to a coronavirus vaccine been staring us in the face for a century?

Countries that apply mandatory tuberculosis vaccination policies have been found to have fewer COVID-19 deaths, a new study has found. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 1 month ago

A 5.3 magnitude earthquake shakes Croatia and its capital

BREAKING: A 5.3 magnitude earthquake shakes Croatia and its capital | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 2 months ago

Coronavirus: Why does Germany have so few Covid-19 deaths?

Germany has more than 3,000 COVID-19 cases and six deaths so far. Much fewer in comparison to other affected countries. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 2 months ago

Italian doctors forced to prioritise ICU care for those most likely to survive

A nurse in Lombardy tells Euronews that medical staff are being forced to decide who gets crucial treatment and who does not. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 2 months ago

What’s Life Like Inside the UK’S First Zero Carbon, ECO Village?

The 250-strong village produce no carbon in their daily lives and live entirely sustainably. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 2 months ago

Europe sees warmest winter since records began

The Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) announces that the past three-month period from December 2019 to February 2020, was by far the warmest on record for Europe. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 2 months ago

Spanish startup “close to perfecting” its 3D-printed plant-based steak

Scionti's plant-based steak is printed using a paste of vegan ingredients. They're mainly using a mixture of rice and pea proteins and testing different oils. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 2 months ago

The Kremlin is trying to force Twitter and Facebook to store data locally

Required storage of data in a certain location might seem like the anti-internet openness pipe dream of an authoritarian government. But, that could not be further from the truth, with governments from New Delhi to Washington also implementing or considering rules that mandate lo … | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 3 months ago

Twitter testing community points to fight misinformation

A leaked demo features bright red and orange badges for tweets that have been deemed "harmfully misleading." | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 3 months ago

2019 was warmest year on record in Europe

Climate Now: 2019 was the warmest year on record in Europe, according to the latest figures from the Copernicus Climate Change Service. Watch for facts and analysis, plus our special report on how historic weather records give fresh climate insight. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 4 months ago

We're heading for disaster over space junk

There is no international platform to organize space traffic. If your satellite might collide with another, you send the operator an email. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 5 months ago

Russian cows get virtual reality headsets to improve their mooood

The virtual reality headsets simulate a "unique summer field" environment for the cows in a bid to reduce their anxiety and improve their mood. Do you think it will improve the taste of their milk? | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 6 months ago

Rural Greece enjoys the benefits as internet isolation comes to an end

Greece: from isolation to connection with the outside world thanks to the arrival of broadband in remote areas | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 6 months ago

Nordic and Baltic bourse trading halted by connectivity problem

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – The operator of the Nordic and Baltic stock markets said on Friday it had halted trade on its bourses in the region | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 6 months ago

Farmers sue German government over climate change failures

Germany will defend its climate policies in a landmark court case brought by organic farming families, backed by Greenpeace. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 7 months ago

Japan's technology leads the way in caring for the elderly – Euronews

A digital care system has been the centrepiece of the Japanese strategy in looking after its ageing population. Medical data and technology are merged together to create more efficient healthcare. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 7 months ago

France introduces new regulations on electric scooters

France introduced new regulations on electric scooters, Segways, and hoverboards this week. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 7 months ago

ESA probe captures new photos of 700km dried-up river system on Mars

ESA probe captures new photos of 700km dried-up river system on Mars | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 7 months ago

Syria: 100k people have left their homes, Turkey won't stop the incursion

"The humanitarian impact is already being felt. An estimated 100,000 people have already left their homes," the UN said in a statement. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 7 months ago

Google Made “Substantial” Contributions Towards Climate Change Deniers

The tech giant has been called out for funding companies who do not support environmental reform. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 7 months ago

Royal Air Maroc suspends deal for two more Boeing 737 MAX jets

RABAT (Reuters) – Morocco’s national carrier Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has suspended a deal to purchase two more Boeing 737 MAX jets after the | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 7 months ago

Boeing's 787 under pressure as Russia's Aeroflot cancels order

By Eric M. Johnson and Tim Hepher SEATTLE/PARIS (Reuters) – Boeing Co faced additional uncertainty on Wednesday over future production rates for its 787 | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 7 months ago

Shell urges collaboration with other industries to tackle emissions

By Ron Bousso and Shadia Nasralla LONDON (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell’s chief executive took aim beyond the energy sector to call on leaders | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 7 months ago

Incoming top EU climate official pledges to tax polluting imports

By Jonas Ekblom BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The EU will start work immediately on a tax on polluting foreign firms in an effort to shelter EU | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 7 months ago

Denmark calls for EU ban on all diesel and petrol cars by 2040

Denmark calls for EU ban on all diesel and petrol cars by 2040 | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 7 months ago

Sizzling September equals warm temperature record

"With continued greenhouse gas emissions and the resulting impact on global temperatures, records will continue to be broken in the future,” warned Copernicus, the EU climate change service. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 7 months ago

Experts sound alarm over rising microplastics in Mediterranean Sea

Experts sound alarm over rising microplastics in Mediterranean Sea | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 8 months ago

Honda to cease diesel vehicle sales in Europe by 2021

(Reuters) – Honda Motor Co Ltd said on Monday it would phase out all diesel cars by 2021 in favour of models with electric propulsion | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 8 months ago

Summer 2019 was hellish for the Arctic, the frontline of climate change

Unprecedented wildfires, a record melt of the sea ice and some more extreme weather episodes have marked the 2019 summer season in the Arctic Circle. It was on a par or worse than the 2012 record melt and heat levels, showing that the North Pole is the frontline of the global cli … | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 8 months ago

EU warns climate change could wipe out crop production in Europe

Crop and livestock production is projected to decrease and may even have to be abandoned in parts of Europe’s southern and Mediterranean regions due to the negative impacts of climate change, according to officials. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 8 months ago

From Siberia to Switzerland, scorching August leads to more fires, less ice

Data from the Copernicus Climate Change Service shows temperatures were 1.2 degrees centigrade above the pre-industrial average. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 8 months ago

Record breaking heatwave hits UK over holiday weekend

Another heatwave sends UK temperatures soaring. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 9 months ago

Apple says it supports 2.4M U.S. jobs

By Stephen Nellis (Reuters) – Apple Inc said on Wednesday it was either directly or indirectly responsible for 2.4 million U.S. jobs, up 20% from | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 9 months ago

There have been three times more wildfires in the EU so far this year

More than 1,600 wildfires have been recorded so far this year — more than three times the average amount recorded by the same time over the past ten years. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 9 months ago

Measles-like disease killing dolphins in Tuscany

Tests on some of the dolphins carried out by scientists at the University of Siena and the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale in Rome, show the dolphins were killed by cetacean morbillivirus (CeMV), the Tuscan regional authority announced on Tuesday. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 9 months ago

Google's jobs search draws antitrust complaints from rivals

By Foo Yun Chee and Paresh Dave BRUSSELS/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google’s fast-growing tool for searching job listings has been a boon for employers and | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 9 months ago

Surge in arrests of foreign teachers in China

By Cate Cadell BEIJING, August 13 (Reuters) – Arrests and deportations of foreign teachers in China have soared this year, lawyers, schools and teachers say, | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 9 months ago

How does Europe compare with the US on gun ownership?

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@euronews.com | 9 months ago

'UK's ten hottest years since 1884 have all occured this century'

This shows the UK's average temperatures in selected years. All its hottest years since 1884 have occurred this century. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 10 months ago

Russia’s army called in as Siberia wildfires engulf area as big as Belgium

President Vladimir Putin has ordered the Russian army to take part in fire-fighting efforts in Siberia as environmentalists describe the blazes raging across the region as an ecological catastrophe. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 10 months ago

Facebook to pay record $5B fine over privacy violations

Social media giant Facebook has been slammed with a record fine of more than €4 billion over privacy violations, but will this be enough to change how Facebook handles users' privacy data? | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 10 months ago

Europe heatwave: UK could break all-time temperature record

Another heatwave is set to engulf parts of Europe this week, prompting weather and wildfire warnings — and the UK is bracing itself for a possible all-time temperature record. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 10 months ago

Ryanair plans short term cuts after 737 Max grounding

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@euronews.com | 10 months ago

France 'will introduce eco-tax' on flights out of France

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@euronews.com | 10 months ago

Temperatures in France cross 45C threshold for first time ever: Meteo France

France recorded its highest temperature since records began at 45 Celsius on Friday afternoon. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 11 months ago

Disastrous roll-out of UK's digital welfare system is harming those most in need

The roll-out of the UK government's new digitalised welfare system has fallen short of expectations, with disastrous consequences for the most in need of their benefits. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 11 months ago

Woman “must pay” €40k phone bill

A Canadian woman has been asked to pay 61,000 Canadian dollars ( €40,700) for calls she claims she didn't make. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 11 months ago

Smart Regions Custom 3D printed implants set to revolutionise spinal surgery

Cutting edge technology, engineering and medicine are combining in Poland to produce 3D titanium spinal implants. Smart Regions explores the revolutionary treatment and the Polish company behind it. | Continue reading


@euronews.com | 1 year ago