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2010-04-07

Culture

Bonus interview: Janos Kiss

In a special bonus feature, we present an extended interview (in Hungarian) with Janos Kiss, the director of Hungarian dance company Gyori Balett.

In a special bonus feature, we present an extended interview (in Hungarian) with Janos Kiss, the director of Hungarian dance company Gyori Balett.

Culture

Budapest Spring Festival

The Budapest Spring Festival includes opera, ballet, jazz and classical music, street performances, pantomime and open-air concerts. The festival

The Budapest Spring Festival includes opera, ballet, jazz and classical music, street performances, pantomime and open-air concerts. The festival

Europe

Interview with Didier Billion, expert on Turkish affairs

Interview with Didier Billion, expert on Turkish affairs Euronews: “Didier Billion, you are a researcher at the Institute of International and

Interview with Didier Billion, expert on Turkish affairs Euronews: “Didier Billion, you are a researcher at the Institute of International and

Europe

Turkish and French leaders discuss their differences

The Turkish prime minister and the French president have had the chance to discuss their differences of opinion during official talks in

The Turkish prime minister and the French president have had the chance to discuss their differences of opinion during official talks in

News

Violent overthrow of Kyrgyzstan government reported

Unconfirmed reports in Kyrgyzstan say the government has resigned and the president has fled the capital. Amid violent anti-government

Unconfirmed reports in Kyrgyzstan say the government has resigned and the president has fled the capital. Amid violent anti-government

News

Brown and Cameron in parliamentary clash

It is a taste of the tone we can expect in Britain’s election campaign. A day after a ballot was called for May 6, the prime minister and

It is a taste of the tone we can expect in Britain’s election campaign. A day after a ballot was called for May 6, the prime minister and

Business

Renault-Nissan, Daimler form alliance

Looking for savings Renault-Nissan and Daimler have agreed to jointly develop cars and each take a stake in the other. They say the tie-up could

Looking for savings Renault-Nissan and Daimler have agreed to jointly develop cars and each take a stake in the other. They say the tie-up could

News

Lost in Guantanamo: euronews investigates

Guantanamo is still open. Two and a half months after January the 22nd, 2010, the closure date announced by Obama when he came to power, euronews has

Guantanamo is still open. Two and a half months after January the 22nd, 2010, the closure date announced by Obama when he came to power, euronews has

Business

OECD says G7 economies slowing

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has warned of a temporary slowdown in economic growth in the world’s richest countries –

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has warned of a temporary slowdown in economic growth in the world’s richest countries –

News

Poland still expects more over Katyn

In the weeks leading up to the outbreak of WWII in August 1939, Germany and Russia signed a pact of non-aggression. The Molotov-Ribbentrop

In the weeks leading up to the outbreak of WWII in August 1939, Germany and Russia signed a pact of non-aggression. The Molotov-Ribbentrop

Business

Mixed signals on UK economy

The UK’s economy continued to recover in the first quarter of this year. A survey from the British Chambers of Commerce showed export balances for

The UK’s economy continued to recover in the first quarter of this year. A survey from the British Chambers of Commerce showed export balances for

Business

Euro zone service sector expands faster

The euro zone’s dominant service sector expanded at its fastest pace in over two years in March. The Markit survey of Services Purchasing Managers

The euro zone’s dominant service sector expanded at its fastest pace in over two years in March. The Markit survey of Services Purchasing Managers

Business

EADS could pick L-3 for air tanker bid

EADS is likely to choose the New York based firm L-3 Communications as its partner if it does go ahead with a bid to supply the US military with

EADS is likely to choose the New York based firm L-3 Communications as its partner if it does go ahead with a bid to supply the US military with

News

Protests force state of emergency in Bangkok

Thailand has declared a state of emergency after anti-government protesters stormed the country’s parliament. It is the boldest move so far by

Thailand has declared a state of emergency after anti-government protesters stormed the country’s parliament. It is the boldest move so far by

News

Ban Ki-moon hails new START treaty

On the eve of the signing of the new START nuclear treaty, euronews got reaction from the UN Secretary General. He has been visiting a former

On the eve of the signing of the new START nuclear treaty, euronews got reaction from the UN Secretary General. He has been visiting a former

News

Katyn: a historic presence for a historic occasion

The Russian Prime Minister has joined his Polish counterpart for the first time at a ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the Katyn

The Russian Prime Minister has joined his Polish counterpart for the first time at a ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the Katyn

Culture

Benson wows the crowds in Cape Town

More than 40 musicians from around the world gathered in Cape Town for this year’s International Jazz Festival. Among the highlights, a greatest hits

More than 40 musicians from around the world gathered in Cape Town for this year’s International Jazz Festival. Among the highlights, a greatest hits

Science_technology

Books get the big chill treatment

The lifespans of hundreds of antique books and rare old newspapers are being extended, thanks to a new technology based on chemical reactions used in

The lifespans of hundreds of antique books and rare old newspapers are being extended, thanks to a new technology based on chemical reactions used in

Culture

Millar's Kick-Ass hits the big screen

Based on the comic book series by Mark Millar, Kick-Ass is about nerdy New York teenager Dave Lizewski, who decides to become a superhero.

Based on the comic book series by Mark Millar, Kick-Ass is about nerdy New York teenager Dave Lizewski, who decides to become a superhero.

Nocomment

Crisis in Kyrgyzstan: violent protests

The crisis in Kyrgyzstan is escalating as the violence intensifies. A state of emergency has been declared amid intense clashes between protesters

The crisis in Kyrgyzstan is escalating as the violence intensifies. A state of emergency has been declared amid intense clashes between protesters

News

Crisis in Kyrgyzstan: Protestors storm Kyrgyz parliament

The crisis in Kyrgyzstan is escalating as the violence intensifies. Some reports say demonstrators have taken over the parliament building in the

The crisis in Kyrgyzstan is escalating as the violence intensifies. Some reports say demonstrators have taken over the parliament building in the

Nocomment

Crisis in Kyrgyzstan: violent protests in Bishkek

The crisis in Kyrgyzstan is escalating as the violence intensifies. A state of emergency has been declared amid intense clashes between protesters

The crisis in Kyrgyzstan is escalating as the violence intensifies. A state of emergency has been declared amid intense clashes between protesters

News

Protests in Kyrgyzstan turn increasingly violent

There have been increasingly violent clashes between protesters and riot police in Bishkek, the capital of the former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan

There have been increasingly violent clashes between protesters and riot police in Bishkek, the capital of the former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan

News

State of emergency declared in Bangkok

Thailand’s Prime Minister has declared a state of emergency in Bangkok after nearly a month of protests. Speaking on television, Abhisit Vejjajiva

Thailand’s Prime Minister has declared a state of emergency in Bangkok after nearly a month of protests. Speaking on television, Abhisit Vejjajiva

News

Desperate search for Brazilian mudslide victims

Rescuers in Brazil are desperately trying to reach people unaccounted for after deadly landslides and heavy rain. At least 95 people are confirmed

Rescuers in Brazil are desperately trying to reach people unaccounted for after deadly landslides and heavy rain. At least 95 people are confirmed

News

Kyrgyzstan interior minister reportedly killed

Unconfirmed reports out of Kyrgyzstan say the interior minister has been killed. This as a state of emergency is declared, amid violent

Unconfirmed reports out of Kyrgyzstan say the interior minister has been killed. This as a state of emergency is declared, amid violent

News

Iran warns US over new atomic policy

Iran has promised to deliver what it calls a “devastating” response to the United States’ new nuclear policy. In an address on state television

Iran has promised to deliver what it calls a “devastating” response to the United States’ new nuclear policy. In an address on state television

Business

Renault-Nissan and Daimler seal tie-up

Renault-Nissan and Daimler have confirmed details of their new alliance. Both sides are hailing the he deal as a vital move to help secure their

Renault-Nissan and Daimler have confirmed details of their new alliance. Both sides are hailing the he deal as a vital move to help secure their

News

Renault, Nissan and Daimler seal global tie-up

Renault, Nissan and Daimler have confirmed details of their new alliance. The German carmaker, most known for its Mercedes Benz brand, is to give

Renault, Nissan and Daimler have confirmed details of their new alliance. The German carmaker, most known for its Mercedes Benz brand, is to give