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Massive impact crater discovered beneath Greenland ice

An immense, ancient impact crater has been discovered hidden under the dense arctic ice covering Greenland.

Italian town installs speed cameras, catches 58,000 cars over limit in two weeks

One Italian newspaper even said the trial speed camera in Acquetico, near the French border, saw over half of the cars travelling the route doing so over the 50km/h limit.

Chicago hospital-shooting suspect had been kicked out of fire academy for alleged aggressive behavior toward women

Juan Lopez allegedly killed a woman doctor he had been involved with, then gunned down a police officer and a pharmacy assistant.

115 plastic cups, 4 bottles and 2 flip-flops found inside dead whale

A dead sperm whale was found washed ashore in Indonesia with nearly 6kg of plastic waste in its stomach, according to park officials.

Spoof video shows May pleading with DUP leader over Brexit | Raw Politics

"I'm begging you, please don't break my plan," May appears to say, to the tune of Dolly Parton's song "Jolene".

Fugitive ex-FYROM prime minister Gruevski granted asylum in Hungary

FYROM's former prime minister, Nikola Gruevski, has been granted asylum in Hungary, the Magyar Idok newspaper reported on Tuesday.

Raw Politics: Gibraltar, post-Brexit immigration, whistleblower protection

On this episode of Raw Politics, the EU moves closer to a law protecting whistleblowers while the Gibraltar question threatens the draft Brexit deal.

Trump jokingly warns pardoned turkeys of recounts, subpoenas

"Unfortunately I can't guarantee that your pardons won't be enjoined by the Ninth Circuit. Always happens," he said at a White House event Tuesday.

Exploding hot air balloon injures revellers at Myanmar festival

Multiple people were injured after a hot air balloon loaded with fireworks exploded onto a crowd at a festival in Myanmar.

Italian police bust puppy trafficking ring

Italian authorities have raided a suspected international dog trafficking ring, moving the puppies from eastern Europe into Italy

FTSE hits three-week low as investors dump banks, mining stocks

FTSE hits three-week low as investors dump banks, mining stocks

Three out of four Europeans say the euro is a good thing | Raw Politics

A large majority of people in all 19 eurozone countries support the euro currency, a poll has found

'US will stand by Saudis' despite Khashoggi murder, says Trump

The US will stand by the Saudis despite international condemnation of Jamal Khashoggi's murder, President Donald Trump said on Tuesday.

Parkland shooting survivors receive peace prize from Desmond Tutu

"I am in awe of these children," Tutu said at the ceremony on Tuesday.

UK sea borders 'could be left wide open after Brexit'

“Two cutters for the whole coastline is frankly ridiculous. We need more investment so the whole border is secure,” MP Charlie Elphicke told Euronews.

US judge: 'President may not rewrite immigration laws'

US District Judge Jon Tigar blocked the Trump administration from refusing asylum to immigrants who cross the southern border illegally.

ISS 20th Anniversary: What impact has it had on science so far?

On its 20th anniversary, Euronews space, science and technology correspondent, Jeremy Wilks, reflects on the impact the ISS has had on science.

Suicide bomber kills at least 50 killed in Kabul — Afghan officials

A suicide bomber has targeted a gathering of Muslim religious scholars in Kabul, killing more than 50 people, Reuters reported, citing government officials.

Bitcoin: World's largest cryptocurrency takes a dive

The world's largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, has dropped to its lowest level in more than a year.