Netherlands, South Korea and Japan strike gold in Hohhot

Having failed to take a World Judo Tour gold medal since 2016, South Korea's An Changrim upset the form book with a win over the world number one Soichi Hashimoto.

Russian man arrested for vandalising painting depicting Ivan the Terrible

Russia's first tzar is depicted cradling his dying son after striking him in a fit of rage - the accused said he didn't think the painting was historically accurate.

Former UEFA Chief Michel Platini cleared

The Frenchman was banned in 2015 from all football-related business after receiving a 1.7 million euro payment from FIFA that "lacked transparency."

Kyiv residents show football fans Ukrainian hospitality ahead of Saturday's game

Euronews caught up with the football fans who were invited to stay in the homes of some residents in Kyiv.

Russia still denies any responsibility for MH17 downing, despite UN-backed report blaming it

Russian president Vladimir Putin said, since Russia was not involved with the investgiation, it cannot trust its findings.

EU's Barnier tells Britain to stop playing Brexit 'hide and seek'

The Eu's chief Brexit negotiator tells the UK to "look at the reality of the EU in the face."

Large crowds for Frederik's 50th

Danish Crown Prince celebrates birthday in Copenhagen

Korean leaders hold surprise second summit as Trump says Kim talks could go ahead

The two leaders met at the demilitarized zone on the Korean border.

Is there an alternative to mass tourism?

11 European cities have created a network to fight the negative consequences of mass tourism.

Brazil struggles as truck driver protest halts food and fuel deliveries

State of emergency declared in Rio de Janeiro and megacity Sao Paulo.

Saudi arrests of female activists come amid prince's wider crackdown

"Some Western observers have been happy to turn a blind eye," said Jane Kinninmont, deputy head of the Middle East and North Africa program at Chatham House, a London think tank.

Cyclone batters Oman

12-year-old girl is victim as storm moves on from Yemen

Surprise new meeting between North and South Korean leaders

South Korean President Moon Jae-in met North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Saturday to discuss Kim's possible upcoming summit with U.S. President Donald Trump

Ireland set to liberalise abortion law- exit poll suggests

First exit poll shows voters in Ireland back a referendum to liberalise abortion laws in a historic vote.

Gerhard Schroeder slams EU and US on pipeline project

Schroeder who is chairman of the Nord Stream II pipeline project says the EU and the US are putting obstacles to the project

French and Russian businessmen strike deals at International Economic Forum

Emmanuel Macron was guest of honour at event in St. Petersburg

EU agrees on new banking regulations

Finance ministers of the 28 EU countries reach agreement

Netherlands, Australia hold Russia liable for downing MH17

"It is time for Russia to acknowledge its role in the shooting down of MH17 and to cease its callous disinformation campaign," the U.S. State Department said.

EBS: European business leaders talk GDPR, data and Facebook

At the European Business Summit in Brussels we spoke to several entrepreneurs and innovators about the new laws, data privacy and Facebook, to find out the impact for their businesses.