● Biden inauguration: National Guard troops pour into Washington amid concerns over violent protests The calls reflect fears that violent extremist groups are targeting the city in the wake of the deadly insurrection at the US...
● DC police arrest man with loaded handgun and 500 rounds of ammunition ahead of inauguration An officer noticed he had “firearms-related stickers” on his vehicle and asked him if he had any weapons inside his car.
● Indonesia's Mount Semeru spews hot ash 5.6km into the air Indonesia, an archipelago of more than 250 million people, sits on the Pacific “Ring of Fire” and is prone to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
● NRA declares bankruptcy and plans to incorporate in Texas The NRA said it has more than 400,000 members in Texas and plans to hold its annual convention in Houston later this year.
● German farmers and animal rights activists protest agricultural policy The organisers of the march called for a total review of legislation.
● China's famous Ice Town sees annual sculpture festival scaled back amid pandemic While Ice and Snow World and the Snow Sculpture Exhibition, two of the most famous festival sites, are open, all mass gatherings have been...
● Bosnia: Hundreds of migrants grappling with freezing temperatures in makeshift shelters Some migrants have been sleeping rough for months while attempting to cross into Croatia multiple times.
● Nepali climbers make history with first winter summit of K2 Since the first attempt back in 1988, no mountaineers had previously reached higher than 7,750 meters.
● Brazil's Amazon region suffers deadly lack of oxygen supplies amid COVID pandemic Brazilian artists, football clubs, and politicians used their platforms to appeal for help for the city of Manaus, which is experiencing a dire...
● Uganda election: Longtime President Yoweri Museveni declared winner amid vote-rigging allegations Uganda’s elections are often marred by allegations of fraud and abuses by security forces.
● US health secretary Alex Azar tells Trump he is resigning During Alex Azar's time serving as US health secretary, more than 390,000 people in the US have died from COVID-19.
● This week in pictures: Trump's impeachment, extreme weather in the Balkans, earthquake in Indonesia The key stories of the week have been captured by photographers around the world.?
● Armin Laschet elected new leader of Germany's CDU party Saturday’s vote isn’t the final word on who will run as the center-right candidate for chancellor in Germany’s September 26 election, but Laschet will either run for...
● Brexit red tape is leading to shortages in some UK supermarkets British freight traders say European truck drivers could simply choose not to deliver to the UK over post-Brexit red tape.
● Trump administration oversees unprecedented number of executions The outgoing US president has overseen 13 federal executions since July, more than any president for 120 years.
● 'Outrage': Row after pro-Brexit group moves its website back into EU Neale Richmond, European Affairs spokesperson for a coalition party, Fine Gael, described the move as an "outrage".
● Coronavirus: WHO against vaccine passports as a condition for travel 'for the time being' The agency's emergency committee said there were still "too many fundamental unknowns" about the effectiveness of vaccines.
● YouTube removes video of Austrian MP over 'COVID-19 misinformation' Herbert Kickl claimed that children would play "not the slightest role" in spreading the virus.
● COVID vaccines: Six EU countries hit out at 'unacceptable' delays to deliveries of Pfizer jab "Fewer doses will be available for European countries at the end of January and the beginning of February," said Pfizer.
● Drugs, addicts and dealers: an underworld adapting to a pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic has turned logistics and supply-chains upside down for both legal and illicit trade. In this episode of Unreported Europe, we look at how...
● After Brexit, musicians fear that it is not just live shows - but a way of life - that is over For generations of British musicians, Europe has been more than just a place to play - it has been a pilgrimage. With Brexit, that...
● COVID variants: International arrivals to England will have to quarantine for 10 days All international arrivals to England will have to quarantine for 10 days from Monday amid concerns over the spread of new COVID variants.
● Has the illegal drug trade outsmarted a pandemic? Andrew Cummingham, an expert on illegal drug markets, Crime and Supply Reduction, gives Euronews his insight into how the illegal drug trade is being changed by the pandemic.
● Norway adjusts advice for elderly and frail people after COVID-19 vaccine deaths The Norwegian Medicines Agency told Euronews it expected to see some deaths linked to vaccinations within nursing homes but noted that fatalities ...
● Fareed Zakaria's 'Post-Pandemic World' On Agenda Middle East we speak to political commentator and best-selling author, Fareed Zakaria about the takes from his new book: 'Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World'. We also ...
● Icelandic man has world's first double arm and shoulder transplant A hospital in Lyon, France, says it is the first in the world to carry out a double shoulder and arm transplant.
● Switss to vote in referendum on government's COVID-19 measures Campaigners say the measures, which include the closing of bars and restaurants, are "disproportionate" and "demonstrably ineffective".
● North Korea holds huge military parade ahead of Biden inauguration Analysts say North Korea is using the military display to send the incoming administration in Washington a carefully calibrated message of strength.
● Czech Republic: Ex-president unremorseful after breaking COVID rules by visiting restaurant Former Czech president Václav Klaus was pictured at a restaurant in Prague without a mask despite a COVID-19 lockdown across the...
● Deliveroo driver jailed for refusing orders from Jewish restaurants The Algerian, who was in France illegally, will be deported after he completes his four-month prison sentence.
● Bus left dangling from bridge after crash in New York The bus plunged 15 metres from a motorway bridge in the Bronx neighbourhood of New York City on Thursday evening.
● Indonesian navy divers find new debris from Sriwijaya Air jet At least 268 divers were deployed in the search on Thursday.