Expert calls on WHO to delcare coronavirus a global health emergency

Expert calls on WHO to delcare coronavirus a global health emergency

"The horse has bolted," expert Mark Eccleston-Turner said of coronavirus, as he called for WHO to declare a global health emergency to make sure all countries took the outbreak seriously.
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Palestinian MP on Trump’s Middle East peace plan: 'It's an Israeli plan in an American envelope'

Palestinian MP on Trump’s Middle East peace plan: 'It's an Israeli plan in an American envelope'

The US administration’s long-awaited Middle East peace plan risks actually destroying the potential for peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians, a prominent Palestinian lawmaker told Euronews.
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Berlin's Brandenberg Airport calls for 20,000 volunteers to test operations | #TheCube

Berlin's Brandenberg Airport calls for 20,000 volunteers to test operations | #TheCube

CEO Lütke Daldrup says "the trial operation is an internationally established standard that will help us to open BER as smoothly as possible".
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Britain bans Huawei from involvement in 'sensitive parts' of 5G network

Britain bans Huawei from involvement in 'sensitive parts' of 5G network

But it will have limited access to parts of the network considered less of a security concern.
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Albert II: Belgium's ex-king admits he fathered a love child

Albert II: Belgium's ex-king admits he fathered a love child

The former monarch has acknowledged he is the biological father of artist Delphine Boël, whose paternity claim he has been battling for years.
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Coronavirus: Outrage after Chinese stars replaced with illustration of viral infection | #TheCube

Coronavirus: Outrage after Chinese stars replaced with illustration of viral infection | #TheCube

A Chinese flag with an illustration of the deadly coronavirus instead of stars has caused controversy.
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French oil company Total in court in landmark case over greenhouse emissions

French oil company Total in court in landmark case over greenhouse emissions

A group of 14 French local authorities and several NGOs will try to force oil giant Total to drastically reduce its carbon emissions. Campaigners want the courts to ensure Total does more to curb its own emissions. It is the first climate change l...
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Airbus reaches deal with France, US, UK over 'bribery and corruption' investigation

Airbus reaches deal with France, US, UK over 'bribery and corruption' investigation

Airbus did not disclose the value of the agreement but analysts have reportedly predicted fines could cost the manufacturer as much as €3bn.
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‘We take everything for granted’: 93 year-old Auschwitz survivor warns future generations

‘We take everything for granted’: 93 year-old Auschwitz survivor warns future generations

Siegmund Listwa had spent five and a half years in concentration camps during World War II, including two years at Auschwitz. This week marks 75 years since the Nazis’ most well-known extermination camp was liberated by the Soviets.
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'People were exhausted, emaciated by hunger," Russian Auschwitz liberator remembers

'People were exhausted, emaciated by hunger," Russian Auschwitz liberator remembers

The extraordinary memories of a former Soviet soldier who was there on 27 January 1945.
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75 years since the Holocaust, a Nazi hunter's search for war criminals hiding in plain sight

75 years since the Holocaust, a Nazi hunter's search for war criminals hiding in plain sight

'They weren't monsters, they were ordinary people - and they have to be dealt with.'
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'We forget at our peril: London mayor Sadiq Khan attends Auschwitz memorial

'We forget at our peril: London mayor Sadiq Khan attends Auschwitz memorial

'We forget at our peril: London mayor Sadiq Khan attends Auschwitz memorial
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Italy's Salvini fails to win key regional election in Emilia-Romagna

Italy's Salvini fails to win key regional election in Emilia-Romagna

The Democratic Party was leading with 50% of the votes in Emilia-Romagna, against 45% for Salvini’s League, according to projections.
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France to evacuate citizens from Wuhan as Europe braces for more coronavirus cases

France to evacuate citizens from Wuhan as Europe braces for more coronavirus cases

France is joining the United States in advising its citizens to board chartered flights out of the quarantine zone.
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The world's largest book takes six people to turn a page

The world's largest book takes six people to turn a page

71-year-old Béla Varga said the book - which covers the flora and fauna of Hungary - was as big as it can possibly be.
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Italian Holocaust survivor: 'Silence was the best choice' after Auschwitz

Italian Holocaust survivor: 'Silence was the best choice' after Auschwitz

Just 35 of the 776 Italian children sent to Auschwitz survived. Liliana Segre was one of them.
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Bulgaria: Residents in Pernik protest about water shortages

Bulgaria: Residents in Pernik protest about water shortages

Protesters blame corruption and mismanagement.
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At least 140 children with serious health conditions living at Moria migrant camp, says MSF

At least 140 children with serious health conditions living at Moria migrant camp, says MSF

Youngsters with epilepsy, diabetes and heart disease are trapped on the overcrowded Greek camp.
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Italy's right-wing leader Salvini targets leftist region in key vote

Italy's right-wing leader Salvini targets leftist region in key vote

Matteo Salvini is trying to trigger a political earthquake in Italy this Sunday.
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How best to prevent coronavirus: three burning questions answered

How best to prevent coronavirus: three burning questions answered

Euronews spoke to infectious disease experts about the coronavirus outbreak.
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Euronews debates: Is there a crisis in global governance?

Euronews debates: Is there a crisis in global governance?

Euronews got experts together at the World Economic Forum in Davos to discuss the question.
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Brexit can be good for Europe, says Finland's Foreign Minister

Brexit can be good for Europe, says Finland's Foreign Minister

Finland's Foreign Minister Pekko Haavisto believes that Brexit has brought the bloc closer together. He thinks other countries have seen the issues facing the UK and believe it's better to remain part of the bloc.
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Sick system: Bulgarian health crisis leaves patients vulnerable

Sick system: Bulgarian health crisis leaves patients vulnerable

Bulgaria is in the grip of a health crisis as thousands of doctors and nurses leave the country. The result is a health system struggling to cope, where patients are left without key services.
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How is the UAE tackling its food waste problem?

How is the UAE tackling its food waste problem?

Nursery school children in the United Arab Emirates are learning early about the importance of recycling leftover food.
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Global energy demand debated at Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week

Global energy demand debated at Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week

Gathering heads of state, ministers and energy innovators together in the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week ran from January 11-18.
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Coronavirus: 'This outbreak is occurring in the worst possible time for Wuhan and for Europe'

Coronavirus: 'This outbreak is occurring in the worst possible time for Wuhan and for Europe'

Chinese authorities have suspended planes and trains in and out of the city of Wuhan and 7 neighboring cities, in an effort to control the spread of the new virus. About 25 million people are being affected by it. At least 26 people have been kil...
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Hungary launches armed river patrols to catch swimming migrants

Hungary launches armed river patrols to catch swimming migrants

The river border between Serbia and Hungary is a key entry point of entry for people trying to gain access to the EU. Hungary is trying to stop that.
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Polish MEP sparks outrage over Nazi prison uniform cattle tweet | #TheCube

Polish MEP sparks outrage over Nazi prison uniform cattle tweet | #TheCube

The tweet comes just days before the Holocaust Memorial Day, marking the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
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Serbia committed to joining European Union, says President Aleksandar Vučić

Serbia committed to joining European Union, says President Aleksandar Vučić

In an interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vučić said joining the European Union was of the “utmost significance” for the Serbian people.
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China halts travel in Wuhan to fight spread of coronavirus during Lunar New Year

China halts travel in Wuhan to fight spread of coronavirus during Lunar New Year

The Chinese city at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak suspended travel including bus, subway, ferry, and passenger travel, Chinese state media said.
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Myanmar braces for Rohingya genocide ruling by UN court

Myanmar braces for Rohingya genocide ruling by UN court

Nobel Peace Price winner and former pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi has defended the campaign against Rohingya — but a court could rule it as genocide.
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Coronavirus: International airports step up screening protocols

Coronavirus: International airports step up screening protocols

As fears of contagion grow, points of entry are the focus for many national government, implementing prevention tactics.
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Climate Change: Mediterranean, Central and Eastern European countries affected by desertification

Climate Change: Mediterranean, Central and Eastern European countries affected by desertification

One-third of the Earth's surface is at risk of drying up due to climate change and its effects are becoming visible in unexpected parts of the Mediterranean, Central, and Eastern Europe.
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Humanitarian groups need to adapt to climate change, says international Red Cross president

Humanitarian groups need to adapt to climate change, says international Red Cross president

The president of the International Committee of the Red Cross spoke to Euronews at Davos on adapting to climate change.
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'Africans wouldn't risk trip to Europe if they had economic opportunities at home,' says CEO

'Africans wouldn't risk trip to Europe if they had economic opportunities at home,' says CEO

"It’s not about giving handouts, it’s about giving a hand up," said the CEO of a philanthropic organisation in Africa.
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Jeff Bezos: UN calls for probe into claims Saudi crown prince hacked Amazon CEO's phone

Jeff Bezos: UN calls for probe into claims Saudi crown prince hacked Amazon CEO's phone

"The information we have received suggests the possible involvement of the Crown Prince in surveillance of Mr Bezos, in an effort to influence, if not silence, The Washington Post's reporting on Saudi Arabia," the experts said in a statement.
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Paedophile priests in rehab: how the Vatican tries to 'cure' child abusers

Paedophile priests in rehab: how the Vatican tries to 'cure' child abusers

An estimated 24 recovery centres for clergymen operate in Italy. Euronews reports on their methods and the controversies surrounding them.
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Haute couture designer Iris Van Herpen opens up about her life, work and fashion

Haute couture designer Iris Van Herpen opens up about her life, work and fashion

We chat to Iris Van Herpen, the Dutch fashion visionary regarded as one of the industry’s most forward thinking creators
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Katerina Sakellaropoulou: High court judge becomes Greece's first female president

Katerina Sakellaropoulou: High court judge becomes Greece's first female president

Men dominate in the top-level political positions in Greece, so this is a big deal.
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Coronavirus: Is the EU prepared for an outbreak?

Coronavirus: Is the EU prepared for an outbreak?

Six people are now known to have died from the coronavirus. Health authorities worldwide are scrambling to come up with a response.
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Trump impeachment: US Senate trial starts in Washington

Trump impeachment: US Senate trial starts in Washington

The historic impeachment trial of President Donald Trump got underway on Tuesday evening.
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Greta Thunberg at Davos 2020: 'The world, in case you haven't noticed, is currently on fire'

Greta Thunberg at Davos 2020: 'The world, in case you haven't noticed, is currently on fire'

"The world, in case you haven't noticed, is currently on fire," she told world leaders, blaming them for their inability to take action and accusing them of using "empty words and promises" to cover their inaction.
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Serbia president Vučić 'fed up of being lectured' over ties with Russia and China

Serbia president Vučić 'fed up of being lectured' over ties with Russia and China

"Do your job," said Vučić. "You are sovereign states. Serbia is a sovereign state. We do everything that is for the best for our people and for our country.”
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Kosovo-Serbia flights to restart after two decades | #TheCube

Kosovo-Serbia flights to restart after two decades | #TheCube

There have been no commercial flights between Kosovo and Serbia in 21 years and it takes over five hours overland from Belgrade to Pristina.
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Titanic shipwreck to be ‘better protected’ under ‘momentous’ UK-US agreement

Titanic shipwreck to be ‘better protected’ under ‘momentous’ UK-US agreement

The international accord signed by London and Washington allows both governments to control visits to the legendary shipwreck.
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All roads lead to Rome - and so does all traffic

All roads lead to Rome - and so does all traffic

All roads lead to Rome - and so does all traffic
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Another weekend of unrest as violent scuffles break out in Hong Kong

Another weekend of unrest as violent scuffles break out in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Government condemned the demonstrators after two plainclothes police officers were set up by some protest march participants.
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Prince Harry: Meghan and I are 'not walking away' from royal family

Prince Harry: Meghan and I are 'not walking away' from royal family

Harry's comments, at a Sentabale charity dinner in London. were the first remarks since he and Meghan Markle announced they were splitting from the royal family.
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