"I agree with the Trump policy about putting additional requests to China, because China can do more."
Former US Secretary of State
"France and Germany shouldn't be bullying the other 26."
MEP, Christian Democrats
"The tradition comes from the shepherds, who cooked their meat with dasarashi, between two slates."
Chef, Gabala Khanlar
"There’s one thing architects and politicians have in common: they both love big, expensive projects."
"There is no war in Senegal. But when you wake up in the morning and you have nothing to eat, this, too, is a kind of daily battle."
"We want to see which tomato plants can still give good yields without water."
Plant breeding scientist
"If a country decides to open its doors, it must ensure that the people coming in feel at home."
Writer and activist
"Right now the EU risks escaping from one crisis only to enter another"
Broad new telecommunications rules for the European Union have finally been fully approved, carrying various customer benefits. When a customer
French-Lebanese trumpet player Ibrahim Maalouf has released a new album ‘Diachronism’. His music is an ecletic mix of Arab, electro and jazz music
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Canadian health officials are continuing investigations into a type of swine flu vaccine
Hundreds of thousands of muslims are gathering in Mecca for the start of this year’s hajj pilgrimage.
The occasion has been marred in the past by
Up to 9,500 European jobs could be cut at car-maker Opel, if General Motors implement their reorganisation plan.
That adds up to nearly 20 per
German GDP is up in the third quarter of the year, thanks mainly to a build-up in inventories and a rise in investment. It is up by 0.7 per cent
Both have been affected by signals that the US economy is not recovering, with their figures showing poor consumer spending.
The fall in UK stocks
The US economy has not expanded as much as expected. Figures show the annual growth rate for the third quarter is only 2.8 per cent, less than the
British bank, Lloyds, are planning to sell hugely discounted shares at almost 60 per cent less than their closing price on Monday night. The bank is
It looks as though the French are splashing the cash in the run up to Christmas, as consumer spending has risen more sharply than expected
Of the 11,000 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, Marwan Barghouti is probably the most important. He’s the most charismatic leader the
The British government of the time was staunchly behind the American-led invasion of Iraq. Then-Prime Minister Tony Blair said intelligence justified
French-Lebanese trumpet player Ibrahim Maalouf has released a new album ‘Diachronism’. His music is an eclectic mix of Arab, electro and jazz music
A wide-ranging inquiry into Britain’s role in the Iraq invasion has opened, aiming to shed light on the case for war, but which may embarrass the
Spanish police say they have made at least 36 arrests in overnight operations against an outlawed youth group with alleged links to the Basque
The World Health Organisation’s latest report on the AIDS pandemic says overall infections worldwide are up, but those infected are living longer
‘Fear not the weapon, but the hand that wields it’ That’s the message from new film Ninja Assassin, starring Korean pop star Rain. It can be seen in
A team working on the Alma observatory in Chile have made their first measurements from the telescope’s site, located 5,000 metres up in the Andes.
Iran has proposed a modification to the terms of its UN-brokered nuclear fuel deal. Tehran insists it is ready to exchange its low-level enriched
In Greenland, the changes in the climate over the years are evident: icebergs are getting smaller, the winters are shorter. But not everyone is
Researchers who have weathered the winter at Antarctic stations have given Euronews their unique views on the looming spectre of climate change. From
Photo “Quelccaya Ice-Cap, Peru”: © Bobby Haas / Getty Images
One of the UN’s top climate experts has described the “terrible frustration” that
Israel has sought to dampen speculation that a deal to free kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit is close. An agreement to release hundreds of Palestinian
With only two weeks to go before crucial climate talks in Copenhagen, there are worrying signs the planets ice caps are melting much faster than
Millions of Muslims are gathering in Mecca this week with the annual hajj pilgrimage facing a new threat. The concentration of so many people in one
The official inquiry into Britain’s involvement in the invasion of Iraq has begun, promising a thorough investigation which could embarrass the
Police in the Philippines have found more bodies at a shallow grave in the south of the country, bringing the total number of victims kidnapped
Scientists operating the world’s biggest ‘‘Big Bang Machine’‘ have smashed together proton beams for the first time. The collisions in the Large