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World News - Paris: Clashes marked third month of 'Gilets Jaunes' protests

Paris: Clashes marked third month of 'Gilets Jaunes' protests

An Elabe opinion poll this week showed dwindling support for them as more than half of those surveyed said they want the violence to stop.
Euronews
World News - Berlinale: "Die Toten Hosen" music documentary premieres

Berlinale: "Die Toten Hosen" music documentary premieres

German Filmmaker Cordula Kablitz-Post spent ten years filming the 1980s German punk band and the documentary is out at the end of March.
Euronews
World News - "Downfall" star, Bruno Ganz, dies aged 77

"Downfall" star, Bruno Ganz, dies aged 77

Switzerland's best known actor, Bruno Ganz, dies at the age of 77
Euronews
World News - Catholic Church expels a US Cardinal found guilty of sex crimes

Catholic Church expels a US Cardinal found guilty of sex crimes

Theodore McCarrick is the highest ranking member of the Catholic Church to be expelled in modern times.
Euronews
World News - Last stand in Syria for fighters of so-called Islamic State

Last stand in Syria for fighters of so-called Islamic State

The US-backed rebel force in eastern Syria which is leading the assault on so-called Islamic State says its last piece of territory will fall "in a very short time".
Euronews
World News - Nigeria: presidential election postponed for a week

Nigeria: presidential election postponed for a week

The electoral commission made the decision to delay the election vote just 5 hours before the scheduled opening of the polls.
Euronews
World News - Watch: Members of a gun club react to Brazil's relaxation of firearms law

Watch: Members of a gun club react to Brazil's relaxation of firearms law

“Are we a violent country? Yes. But we’re not going to solve the problem with people with guns. We need tougher laws,” an individual at a shooting club in Sao Paulo told Euronews.
Euronews
World News - What to do with rubbish? Danes have the answer: ski slopes

What to do with rubbish? Danes have the answer: ski slopes

A new ski slope set above a waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen is delighting Danish skiers and snowboarders.
Euronews
World News - Our trade with the UK will 'increase substantially', says Donald Trump

Our trade with the UK will 'increase substantially', says Donald Trump

London is hunting for new trading partners around the globe as it prepares for life outside the European Union.
Euronews
World News - An attack on Iran would be 'suicide', warns foreign minister Zarif

An attack on Iran would be 'suicide', warns foreign minister Zarif

When asked if there would be a military clash between Iran and the United States or Israel, the politician replied: "Well, certainly some people who were successful in creating a war last time are hard at it again."
Euronews
World News - Youth Strike 4 Climate: Thousands of UK students march for the planet

Youth Strike 4 Climate: Thousands of UK students march for the planet

Thousands of pupils are swapping pens for placards as the student climate protests sweeping Europe reach the UK.
Euronews
World News - Venezuelans go hungry as Nicolas Maduro continues to ignore economic crisis

Venezuelans go hungry as Nicolas Maduro continues to ignore economic crisis

Venezuelans are eating two or fewer meals a day as President Nicolas Maduro continues to block humanitarian aid from coming into the country
Euronews