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2009-11-09

Europe

Food prices

The European Commission has food sales in its sights. Brussels wants to improve the efficiency of the supply chain so that everyone benefits – from

The European Commission has food sales in its sights. Brussels wants to improve the efficiency of the supply chain so that everyone benefits – from

Europe

EU lobby register

Who are the lobbyists at work in Brussels and Strasbourg, invited to register publicly a year and a half ago? Has this register of ‘interest

Who are the lobbyists at work in Brussels and Strasbourg, invited to register publicly a year and a half ago? Has this register of ‘interest

News

Germany remembers the fall of the Berlin Wall

Germany has marked the 20th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall with mass celebrations. Thousands turned out to see one of the star

Germany has marked the 20th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall with mass celebrations. Thousands turned out to see one of the star

Business

Kraft bid for Cadbury unchanged

Kraft Foods has launched a hostile takeover bid for the British confectionery group Cadbury. The US food giant keep the same terms as its informal

Kraft Foods has launched a hostile takeover bid for the British confectionery group Cadbury. The US food giant keep the same terms as its informal

Business

Markets: 9th November

European shares finished up for a fourth straight session at a two-week high, boosted by G20 finance ministers and central bankers pledging to

European shares finished up for a fourth straight session at a two-week high, boosted by G20 finance ministers and central bankers pledging to

Business

Brussels to move on budget deficits

The European Commission will reportedly propose this week that Germany, France and Spain should have until 2013 to cut their budget deficits below

The European Commission will reportedly propose this week that Germany, France and Spain should have until 2013 to cut their budget deficits below

Business

German trade gap

German exports rose for the fourth time in five months in September, new official data shows. Adjusted for seasonal factors, exports were nearly

German exports rose for the fourth time in five months in September, new official data shows. Adjusted for seasonal factors, exports were nearly

Europe

Age discrimination feels worse with recession

Almost two thirds of all Europeans expect the economic downturn to lead to more age discrimination in the job market. Around one in six people in

Almost two thirds of all Europeans expect the economic downturn to lead to more age discrimination in the job market. Around one in six people in

Europe

Van Rompuy - Belgian 'loss' Europe's gain?

Belgians are juggling pride and pragmatics as their prime minister’s chances of becoming European President increase. In the centre of Brussels

Belgians are juggling pride and pragmatics as their prime minister’s chances of becoming European President increase. In the centre of Brussels

News

World powers hail fall of Berlin Wall

The world leaders were late in turning up for their speeches but their words to mark the celebrations were well worth the wait. The Brandenburg

The world leaders were late in turning up for their speeches but their words to mark the celebrations were well worth the wait. The Brandenburg

News

Reunified Germany's mixed economic picture

Two decades after the Berlin Wall came down, the economic reunification of the two Germanys has been mixed. There are success stories, such as in

Two decades after the Berlin Wall came down, the economic reunification of the two Germanys has been mixed. There are success stories, such as in

News

Vatican says celibacy stays despite Anglican influx

The Vatican says a plan to allow married Anglican priests to convert to Catholicism does not mean it is abandoning its centuries-old celibacy rule

The Vatican says a plan to allow married Anglican priests to convert to Catholicism does not mean it is abandoning its centuries-old celibacy rule

News

Palestinians say West Bank has its own Berlin Wall

Palestinians have used the Berlin Wall anniversary to highlight their anger over what they see as an equally unjust and damaging division

Palestinians have used the Berlin Wall anniversary to highlight their anger over what they see as an equally unjust and damaging division

News

UK plans to speed up planning for nuclear power

Britain says it is preparing to fast track changes to its planning regulations to build a new generation of nuclear power plants. The government

Britain says it is preparing to fast track changes to its planning regulations to build a new generation of nuclear power plants. The government

News

Photo journalist Stéphane Duroy remembers the Wall

Interview by Ricardo Figueira – euronews journalist. The fall of the Berlin Wall was, without doubt, one of the major events of the second half of

Interview by Ricardo Figueira – euronews journalist. The fall of the Berlin Wall was, without doubt, one of the major events of the second half of

Science_technology

Spuds Up

In Peru, at the International Potato Centre, researchers have developed aeroponics, meaning they can grow grow potato seeds with only air, water and

In Peru, at the International Potato Centre, researchers have developed aeroponics, meaning they can grow grow potato seeds with only air, water and

Culture

The East Side Gallery

The East Side Gallery in Berlin consists of a 1.3 km long section of the Berlin Wall. It was originally painted back in 1990 by a collection of 106

The East Side Gallery in Berlin consists of a 1.3 km long section of the Berlin Wall. It was originally painted back in 1990 by a collection of 106

Culture

Out of The Box

“The Box” is the latest offering from Richard Kelly, the director of Donnie Darko. The addition of Cameron Diaz as a morally-challenged 70s

“The Box” is the latest offering from Richard Kelly, the director of Donnie Darko. The addition of Cameron Diaz as a morally-challenged 70s

News

Mostovoy, USSR media chief Berlin 1989

Euronews talks to pre-perestrika USSR media veteran Vyacheslav Mostovoy about the fall of the Berlin Wall. Today he is Vice-President of TV-Centre

Euronews talks to pre-perestrika USSR media veteran Vyacheslav Mostovoy about the fall of the Berlin Wall. Today he is Vice-President of TV-Centre

News

World leaders mark fall of Berlin Wall

More than 30 past and present world leaders are in the German capital to mark 20 years since the collapse of the Berlin Wall. The event paved the way

More than 30 past and present world leaders are in the German capital to mark 20 years since the collapse of the Berlin Wall. The event paved the way

News

China executes nine people for ethnic riots

China says it has executed nine people for their part in ethnic rioting that left almost 200 people dead in its western region of Xinjiang in July

China says it has executed nine people for their part in ethnic rioting that left almost 200 people dead in its western region of Xinjiang in July

News

Soviet H-bomb scientist Ginzburg dies

Vitaly Ginzburg, the Russian physicist who developed the Soviet H-bomb, has died after a long illness. He was 93. Ginzburg won the Nobel physics

Vitaly Ginzburg, the Russian physicist who developed the Soviet H-bomb, has died after a long illness. He was 93. Ginzburg won the Nobel physics

News

Domino date to mark Berlin collapse

With thousands of people descending on Berlin for the commemorative events, a massive security operation is underway. Police have blocked off many

With thousands of people descending on Berlin for the commemorative events, a massive security operation is underway. Police have blocked off many

News

Iran and Turkey foster relations at Islam summit

Iran and Turkey are expected to take their improving relations a step further at an international Islamic summit in Istanbul starting today

Iran and Turkey are expected to take their improving relations a step further at an international Islamic summit in Istanbul starting today

News

Russia weighs up reintroduction of death penalty

Russia is considering whether to end its moratorium on the death penalty. The country’s constitutional court has been hearing arguments on the issue

Russia is considering whether to end its moratorium on the death penalty. The country’s constitutional court has been hearing arguments on the issue