'I'll do what I can': In Glasgow South, a Liberal Democrat fights a losing battle

'I'll do what I can': In Glasgow South, a Liberal Democrat fights a losing battle

Ahead of the general election on Thursday, Euronews looks at how Glasgow South is a microcosm of Liberal Democrat decline
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The Favourite lives up to its name at European cinema's night of nights

The Favourite lives up to its name at European cinema's night of nights

It was the clear winner at the European Film Awards in Berlin, picking up a total of eight awards, including Best Film and Best Director for Yorgos Lanthimos.
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Jonathan Coe: Brexit might begin a conversation Britain needs to have with itself

Jonathan Coe: Brexit might begin a conversation Britain needs to have with itself

The author of "Middle England" gives his thoughts to Euronews on Thursday's general election and the ongoing aftershock of the 2016 EU referendum.
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Brexit: Is Boris Johnson telling the truth about Northern Ireland border checks?

Brexit: Is Boris Johnson telling the truth about Northern Ireland border checks?

The UK prime minister has been called out as wrong for saying there will be no checks on goods between Britain and Northern Ireland after Brexit.
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Gunman kills himself after shooting six dead in Czech hospital

Gunman kills himself after shooting six dead in Czech hospital

Police said they found the perpetrator dead in his car from an apparent suicide.
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British expat in Spain 'frustrated' as 15 year rule bars her from vote

British expat in Spain 'frustrated' as 15 year rule bars her from vote

60% of all British nationals resident in EU countries will be unable to vote in the UK's 2nd General Election in three years, which takes place on Thursday. They are barred from doing so because of a 2002 law which prevents people voting after 15 ...
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Finland's Sanna Marin becomes the world's youngest Prime Minister

Finland's Sanna Marin becomes the world's youngest Prime Minister

Finland's Former Transport minister becomes the youngest serving head of government after Antti Rinne's resignation.
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'Nothing supernatural happened': Russian Anti-Doping Agency CEO reacts to WADA ban

'Nothing supernatural happened': Russian Anti-Doping Agency CEO reacts to WADA ban

The Russian Anti-Doping Agency CEO reacted after the World Anti-Doping Agency imposed 4-year ban imposed on Russia on Monday.
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Climate protests across Europe as COP25 summit enters second week

Climate protests across Europe as COP25 summit enters second week

Madrid, Paris, Brussels and London are among the European capitals to host climate change protests
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White Island Volcano erupts in New Zealand leaving at least five dead and several injured

White Island Volcano erupts in New Zealand leaving at least five dead and several injured

A volcano erupted in New Zealand on Monday leaving at least five dead and several tourists injured. Police said there could be more fatalities. 23 people have been transported to shore and over 27 remain on the island.
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