Airbus axes 15,000 jobs amid sector’s ‘gravest crisis’

Airbus is to cut 15,000 jobs as it faces “the gravest crisis this sector has ever experienced”. The world’s largest manufacturer of aircraft is just one of a many companies...

Alan Cumming: As an immigrant, the racism of anti-immigrant rhetoric is palpable ǀ View

America is such a young country: It's only a few hundred years old, and no one who has been here for only a few generations is without an immigrant connection. So,...

Thanksgiving honors refugees who made a new home in America. Trump’s policies do the opposite ǀ View

In 1620, a group of refugees, persecuted because of their religious faith, set forth from Plymouth, England, for the "New World" — which was, of course, not so new to the...

Trump’s feud with New York isn’t going away. Here’s who will suffer as a result ǀ View

The Trump administration's Department of Homeland Security and Department of Justice have declared open war on sanctuary cities — cities that have refused to aid Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). And...

UK confirms local lockdown in Leicester due to surge in coronavirus cases

The UK government has confirmed lockdown measures to combat the spread of coronavirus will not be lifted in Leicester, and stricter measures will be imposed to tackle the number of cases...

EU recommends lifting travel restrictions on 15 countries from July 1

The EU Council has officially recommended to lift travel restrictions on 15 countries when external borders reopen from July 1.An EU diplomatic source confirmed to Euronews earlier Tuesday that the draft...

Former French PM François Fillon sentenced to prison over ‘fake jobs’ scandal

A French court has found former prime minister François Fillon guilty of paying his wife over €1 million in public funds for a "fake job".Fillon was sentenced to five years in...

Coronavirus: US sets new record for daily cases as Europe clamps down on gatherings

The US reported its highest one-day increase in new COVID-19 cases on Thursday as authorities across Europe urged people to respect bans on public gatherings following a string of illegal parties.According...

Suspect shot in Glasgow incident named while injured policeman continues recovery

A male suspect died after he was shot by armed officers after an incident at a hotel in central Glasgow on Friday, Police Scotland said.Six people, aged between 17 and 53...

Revealed: Draft list of countries that will be allowed to enter EU when borders open

Locked away in a meeting room in Brussels, officials are debating who will be allowed to enter the EU on July 1 when the bloc's international borders are scheduled to be...

Polish President Duda meets Donald Trump for pre-election boost

US President Donald Trump hosted his Polish counterpart in Washington on Wednesday for a meeting that comes just days before an election in Poland. The Polish President is the first foreign...

Swissport to cut over 4,000 jobs in UK and Ireland due to COVID-19

Aviation services company Swissport said Wednesday it could cut 4,556 jobs in the UK and Ireland, as it becomes the latest victim of the coronavirus pandemic, which has wreaked havoc on...

Kosovo’s president Hashim Thaci ‘indicted for war crimes and crimes against humanity’

Kosovo's President Hashim Thaci and nine other former separatists have been indicted on war crimes charges.Thaci was a former commander with the Kosovo Liberation Army during the war for independence from...

Dutch police use water cannon to disperse The Hague protest

Dutch police deployed mounted officers and water cannons in The Hague on Sunday after clashes erupted following a protest against COVID-19 lockdown measures.The protest against the government's handling of the health...

Reading attack: Tributes paid to ‘true gentlemen’ as UK mourns stabbing victims

People in the English county of Berkshire held a moment's silence on Monday as they mourned for three people stabbed to death in Reading at the weekend, in what police have...

Eritrean migrants in Libya claim EU-backed voluntary returns programme isn’t so voluntary

When the 21 migrants arrived at Mitiga International Airport in Tripoli in May 2019, each was given a bag containing a clean shirt and a pair of trousers.The group had spent...

Serbia election: President Vucic declares landslide win in controversial parliamentary vote

Serbia's president declared a landslide victory for his right-wing party on Sunday night, in a controversial parliamentary election held amid concerns over the coronavirus pandemic and a boycott by much of...

No breakthrough as EU divisions remain over €750bn COVID-19 recovery plan

European leaders are no closer to agreeing on a COVID-19 recovery package.On the table is an ambitious plan of shared debt totalling €750bn, mostly through loans to help out those hardest...

Former Trump advisor writes scathing new book on US president’s blunders

US President Donald Trump urged China to influence US elections and often misunderstood basic geography and international politics, a scathing new book about the Trump administration claims.Former Trump national security advisor...

Kazakhstan’s former president and health minister test positive for coronavirus

Kazakhstan's former president has tested positive for coronavirus and is now in isolation.The 79-year-old former and first president Nursultan Nazarbayev will continue to work from a distance at the moment. He...

Merkel warns of ‘permanent deep rift’ in Europe over COVID-19 response

German chancellor Angela Merkel called for solidarity and cooperation within the European Union during a speech given to the Bundestag as Germany prepares to take over the EU Council presidency.Lamenting early...

‘The world needs a policeman, the bad guys are filling the US vacuum,’ says ex-NATO chief Rasmussen

The world needs stronger American leadership, former NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen told Euronews, warning of a resurgence in authoritarianism across the world.He was speaking from the Copenhagen Democracy Summit, an...

Which European countries have opened their borders ahead of the summer holiday season?

Across Europe, governments have started to open their borders after weeks of closure during the coronavirus pandemic.With the summer holiday season fast approaching, people across Europe have started to wonder whether...

Brexit: EU and UK agree not to extend transition period during ‘high level’ talks

Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen agreed not to extend the post-Brexit transition period as they kicked off talks in an effort to restart stalled negotiations on the future of...

Macron hails ‘first victory’ against COVID-19 and reopens French borders

French President Emmanuel Macron hailed a "first victory" against the coronavirus crisis while also promising to draw lessons from the impact of the outbreak on France economy and health system. In...

More protests erupt in Atlanta, US, after man shot dead

An Atlanta police officer has been fired, and another placed on administrative duty, after a black man was shot in a restaurant car park .A new wave of protests broke out...

More than half of Britons support extending Brexit transition period due to COVID-19

A majority of people in Britain support extending the Brexit transition period because of the COVID-19 pandemic, new research has found.More than half — 54% — of the nearly 2,000 British...

Spain brings forward reopening of borders to Schengen area

Spain will reopen its borders with Schengen zone countries on 22 June - except for its border with Portugal. The Spain-Portugal border will instead be opened on 1 July.The decision...

Coronavirus vaccine: Europe’s Inclusive Vaccines Alliance strikes giant agreement with AstraZeneca

Four EU countries struck a deal with pharma giant AstraZeneca for the supply of at least 300 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine that is currently being tested by the University...

Black Lives Matter: Police fire tear gas in Paris to disperse unauthorised march of 15,000 people

Paris riot police fired tear gas to disperse a largely peaceful but unauthorized protest against police brutality and racism on Saturday.At least 15,000 people rallied in the French capital, led by...

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Colts counting on second-rounders to boost second-rate offense

INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts made it no secret about their intentions before the draft: Become more explosive on offense.The Colts didn't have...