EURONEWS Headlines
Today Thursday, 21st October 2021
Local activists in long battle to stop oil drilling on Isle of Wight Thu, 21 Oct COP26: Global business leaders want tangible concrete objectives to combat climate change Thu, 21 Oct 'Tornado' sweeps through the British town of Widnes in Cheshire, UK Thu, 21 Oct Copenhagen is officially the top city for fine dining in the world Thu, 21 Oct World's biggest book fair opens its doors in Frankfurt Thu, 21 Oct Energy-intensive industries want 'compensation' for green transition side effects Thu, 21 Oct Ten years on since the death of Gaddafi, how stable is Libya today? Thu, 21 Oct US defence secretary underlines support for eastern Europe Thu, 21 Oct Sex tape trial involving French football stars Benzema and Valbuena opens Thu, 21 Oct Euronews Debates | Profit vs public good: How can innovation benefit everyone? Thu, 21 Oct All aboard except the driver? A fully autonomous train takes to the tracks in Germany Thu, 21 Oct Córdoba: ‘The city of flowers’ is back in bloom after COVID break Thu, 21 Oct Córdoba: ‘The city of flowers’ is back in bloom after COVID break Thu, 21 Oct Flying sushi and ice-creams: will drones be the new delivery service in Israel? Thu, 21 Oct European Parliament announces Sakharov Prize winner Thu, 21 Oct European Parliament to announce Sakharov Prize winner Thu, 21 Oct Germany proposes joint border patrols with Poland to curb migrants from Belarus Thu, 21 Oct Quentin Tarantino receives Lifetime Achievement Award at Rome Film Festival Thu, 21 Oct Roadside bombs hit military bus in Syrian capital, kill 14 Thu, 21 Oct ETA ten years on: The key moments that led to the end of the Spanish terror group Thu, 21 Oct Committee votes to hold former Trump aide Steve Bannon in contempt Thu, 21 Oct How do France and Italy protect their elected officials from attacks? Wed, 20 Oct New Zealand's Jane Campion wins top French cinema award 2 days ago Strict or flexible? Brussels kicks off debate to reform fiscal rules 2 days ago Amnesty report reveals use of censorship to reduce quality of public information 2 days ago Czech politics in limbo with hospitalised president too ill to work 2 days ago Migrants cling to UK-bound lorries 2 days ago Former aides of Sarkozy on trial for misusing public money 2 days ago Euronews Debates: Profit vs public good: How can innovation benefit everyone? | LIVE 2 days ago Welcome to the Milan apartments where 300 humans live in harmony with 21,000 trees 2 days ago

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