"It was a huge explosion - you could feel it in your chest"
Witness at Manchester concert blast
"Russia brazenly interfered in our 2016 presidential election process"
Former CIA Director
"The siege has stopped all forms of life in Gaza"
Mohamad Al Saiqaly
Student at Al Azhar University
"(The agreement) moves our relationship with Apple from being adversaries in court to business partners"
Nokia's Chief Legal Officer
"This attack stands out for its appalling, sickening cowardice"
British Prime Minister
"We are already sitting at the negotiation table and we won't leave if there is a political will to come to an agreement."
""We are closing all the shops in Bethlehem today because we are standing with all the prisoners.""
Swiss bank UBS has posted a quarterly net profit for the first time since mid 2008.
But at the same time it said that clients continue to withdrew
The latest quarterly report from Euro Disney does not make for fun reading.
The theme park just outside Paris saw an 11 percent fall in visitor
Ikea workers protesting over pay have occupied the company’s French headquarters and three of its stores have been hit by strikes.
The Japanese government has sent a warning to Toyota over recalls saying, in effect,we’re watching you and this had better not happen again.
General Motors European division Opel and Vauxhall has asked the German federal and state governments for 1.5 billion euros in state aid.
euronews asked a specialist in Europe-Turkey relations, Can Baydarol, for his reaction to the new European Commission.
euronews: “Mister Baydarol
The new European Commission has finally been given European Parliament clearance to begin work. Institutional infighting over political concessions
As the European Parliament welcomes in the new Commission team, outside the offices in Brussels of the outgoing Agriculture Commissioner Marianne
More than 60 people are feared dead after a series of avalanches in Afghanistan.
Some 20 bodies have been recovered and at least 40 people are
Pressure is mounting on Iran following its announcement that it is stepping up its programme of nuclear enrichment.
Only China, which is among the
Germany’s top court has ruled that the country’s benefit system for its poorest citizens is unconstitutional.
The decision could cost the heavily
The exhibition is called 20 suits for Europe, but it is not about the suits who keep our European institutions ticking over, rather it is a display
John Travolta returns to the big screen in action movie From Paris With Love, by French film maker Pierre Morel, from a story by Luc Besson.
A pocket-sized 3D scanner and an application that allows architects to reposition churches – just some of the innovations on display at this year’s
Ukraine’s Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is to challenge the result of the country’s presidential run-off election in the courts.
Facing defeat by
Barroso II has been given the green light.
Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have approved the lineup of the new European
A painful restructuring plan has been confirmed by Opel, the European division of General Motors.
The company says it will go ahead and cut 8,300
International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors are at Iran’s nuclear facility in Natanz today checking the startup of production of highly-enriched
Yulia Tymoshenko is reportedly vowing to never accept defeat. Ukrainian television reports the Prime Minister has decided not to concede after
Today is one of the rare occasions when the European parliament truly comes centre-stage in EU politics.
That is because its job this Tuesday is to
It is turning out to be a rocky road for Toyota – but also for its customers.
The company has been forced to confirm its third major recall in four
Michael Jackson’s family has voiced anger over the choice of charge laid over the singer’s death.
Jackson’s doctor Conrad Murray has pleaded not
HIV and AIDS in Africa continues to blight lives all across the continent.
Handicap International is working with local projects to co-ordinate
With a population composed of more and more old people and with fewer children being born, demographic pressures are calling into question Europe’s
What is the role of the Venice Commission, at work for 20 years on electoral law, independence of judicial systems and respect for human rights in