The Best of euronews
9 most popular euronews articles, as voted by our community.
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euronews on History
Culture Re-View: A look back at this day in history
On the anniversary of his assassination, we take a look back at why Gandhi is such a key figure in India's history.
euronews on Space
Homes for alien life? Two moons of Uranus ‘may harbour active oceans’
Astrobiologists believe moons with active oceans could be potential homes for alien life.
euronews on Travel
France given go-ahead to abolish internal flights
France's ban on domestic short haul flights has just been approved by the European Commission.
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What does the future of shopping with AI look like?
The retail experience is evolving with artificial intelligence (AI) changing how items can be bought and sold.
A simple eye test could accurately predict a future fatal heart attack
Researchers say the advantage of a AI-driven retinal scan are that they are non-invasive and the process is fully-automated.
Switzerland spent 14 years and €2 billion on this 'water battery'
A large capacity water battery in Switzerland will help stabilise European energy grids.
Usain nuts and bolts: A running robot just won a Guinness World Record
Cassie uses machine learning to imitate human behaviour, managing to sprint 100 m without falling over in just over 24 seconds.
What are the stories behind Europe's iconic summer drinks?
From the alcohol that predates Aperol to the original Pimm's recipe, here's our handy and historic guide to mastering how to mix some of Europe's most iconic summer drinks.
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euronews on Social Media
BeReal: How real is the social media darling, really?
The French photo-sharing app BeReal offers users respite from social media fakeness, but is it actually authentic?