"Don't underestimate European economies, European societies"
German Finance Minister
"Now the really exciting bit, we're passing between the atmosphere and the ring system of Saturn"
Head of Planetary Science, Mullard Space Science Laboratory
"When the first observations became available, then it really changed everything."
Professor of Astrophysics, University College London
"We will stand together in spite of oppression, terrorism"
"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
"One of the main victories that Daech has reaped is to have strongly influenced the Brexit vote"
Terrorism researcher, Ecole Royale Militaire, Brussels
An exhibition devoted to American artist Robert Longo has opened in Lisbon. Some 50 works spanning his career can been seen at the Berardo Collection
Directed by Kevin Smith, Willis plays veteran detective Jimmy Monroe, who wants to cash in on a rare collectable baseball card, so he can pay for his
The European Commission has recommended opening acession talks with Iceland.
If all goes as Reykjavik hopes, Iceland will become the EU’s 28th
Frontex is the EU agency charged with patrolling the EU’s exterior borders, and today it was beefed up with more powers as Brussels tries to staunch
The fourth World Congress against the Death Penalty got underway in Geneva this morning. Relatives of executed prisoners have joined political
The internet giant Google has said it will appeal against the sentences handed down to three of its executives, who were convicted by a court in
Hundreds of people have had to be evacuated from their homes after heavy rains submerged parts of southern Spain.
Dozens of roads have been cut off
What to make of the legal crackdown against Turkey’s powerful military? Is it really the result of clashes between secularists and muslims? The
New industrial orders in the euro zone unexpectedly rose in December.
They were up by 0.8 per cent from November and the EU’s statistics office
The head of Japanese carmaker Toyota has been facing tough questions from a US congressional panel about accidents involving at least five deaths in
Germany’s economic recovery stalled in the final three month of last year according to new government figures.
There was a jump in exports during
An agreement in principle has been reached to rescue the troubled Airbus project A400M military transport.
Spain’s defence minister said the
The attempt by a Chinese industrial equipment maker to buy General Motors money-losing Hummer brand is looking increasingly unlikely to
Portugal’s government has announced 50 million euros in aid to help rebuild businesses in Madeira, destroyed in floods and landslides over the
Engineers are in a race against time to prevent an ecological disaster as an oil slick threatens to pollute Italy’s longest river, the Po.
In Turkey seven senior military officers have been charged with plotting to overthrow the government and sent to jail until their trial.
The head of Japanese carmaker Toyota is facing tough questions from a US congressional panel today about accidents involving at least five deaths in
The Langebaan area in the Western Cape of South Africa was teaming with wildlife five million years ago. Palaeontologists say more then 200 species
Around 20,000 demonstrators have marched to the Greek parliament on a 24-hour all out strike to protest against the government’s economic austerity
An Italian court has convicted three Google executives of breach of privacy and given each a six month suspended jail sentence.
They were accused
A nationwide strike in Greece to protest against EU-backed austerity measures has brought the country to a standstill.
Flights are grounded
Workers at the Total refinery in Dunkirk have voted to continue industrial action, despite management concessions won at a national level on
At least fifteen people have died in a landslide on an Indonesian tea plantation and up to 70 others are missing according to disaster relief agency
Demonstrations called on by unions to protest against the government change of
retirement age from 65 to 67.
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Residents of the Latvian capital Riga say they are fed up with the constant snow that has fallen on the city this winter.
The city has a blanket of
The Cuban dissident Orlando Zapata Tamayo has died after 85 days on hunger strike. The 42-year-old had been transferred from prison to a hospital
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Madeira has begun burying its dead after Saturday’s violent storm triggered flooding and landslides, killing at least 42 people.