Lawinenschutz in 360°: Pistenwärter bei der Arbeit
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La formation des chiens de sauvetages pour sauver des vies
L’UME est l’unité militaire d’urgences de l’armée espagnole, chargée de secourir en cas de catastrophe, principalement en Espagne mais également à l’étranger. La plupart des interventions marquantes ont été réalisées lors de catastrophes naturelles, en Espagne donc et en Haïti, au Népal, en Equateur et, récemment, au Mexique.
[360° video]: Experience Sziget Festival 2016 in timelapse
The Sziget festival in Hungary is, with 500,000 attendees, the largest festival in Europe. It is also called the 'Island of Freedom' as it takes place on an island on the Danube river in Budapest. People come from all around Europe, and beyond, to take part and enjoy the cultural and music extravaganza. Euronews takes you to the Sziget Festival with this immersive 360° timelapse video.
[360° video]: Human Tower's rise and fall in Tarragona
Euronews video leads you through the impressive sights of the 26th annual Human Tower Competition in Tarragona in the Spanish autonomous region of Catalonia. People are competing to build the tallest and most structurally-complex towers (castells). The tradition of the competition dates back to the 18th century. This year's winner was the green team (Castellers de Vilafranca), they won eight times in a row. To explore the 360° video use your mouse or swipe around the screen.
[360 ° video] Jeers and cheers against newspaper closure in Hungary
Several thousand Hungarians have protested outside parliament in Budapest, saying press freedom is under threat following the closure of Népszabadság, the country’s leading opposition newspaper. The owners of the newspaper blame financial losses, but civil rights groups believe it has been shut down because of its criticism of right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government.
Crossing the divide from Venezuela to Colombia
Cúcuta is Colombia's main border crossing. It is the most crowded and relatively safest place where Venezuelans can cross. Along the 2,200 km of porous border between the two countries it is not the same. Migrants can end up in areas controlled by armed groups.
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