"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"
Actor Hugh Grant has told an inquiry into UK media ethics that his phone may have been hacked by a tabloid newspaper, not owned by Rupert
After three days of bloody protests in Cairo against military rule, Egypt’s cabinet has offered to resign.
The news came as thousands of people
Only days before Egypt is due to hold elections, the country looks to have descended into its biggest crisis since February. While back then the fall
The man charged with bringing six parties together to form a coalition government in Belgium has handed in his resignation.
Elio Di Rupo, leader of
Boos and jeers are hardly the sort of reception you would expect for Russia’s most popular politician.
And Vladimir Putin is not known to have
Moody’s has put France in the economic firing line. The credit rating agency has warned a rise on government debt and weaker growth prospects could
Though he will not officially become prime minister until about a month from now, Mariano Rajoy has to start working on a plan to pull Spain out of
Britain has announced that it is stepping up its pressure on Iran.
New sanctions are being imposed, severing more economic ties with the
In an interview by satellite link with politician Jon Inarritu in the city of San Sebastian in Spain’s Basque region, euronews asked him about the
Greece’s new Prime Minister Lucas Papademos has repeated that all parties in his unity coalition must give written support to the country’s new
Two people have been injured, after gunmen opened fire on a convoy of Turkish buses in Syria.
The attack happened as the group returned home from
The Court of Arbitration for Sport began a four-day hearing in Lausanne on Monday which could result in three-times Tour de France champion Alberto
For the first time in his 60-year career, filmmaker Woody Allen has allowed cameras into his extremely private world for a new biographical
“A World without Margins” is the title of a retrospective of Spyros Staveris. Thessalonika’s Museum of Photography and the 52nd International Film
Some people without jobs in Spain are optimistic that their new government will revitalise their prospects by fixing the country’s economic problems
With the Greek prime minister in Brussels fighting for the aid the country needs to avoid bankruptcy, workers at home have been on the warpath over
In the U.S. a so called ‘super committee’ is set to admit defeat in its bid to come to grips with the country’s debt deficit.
The Republican and
The Australian airline Qantas has failed to reach an agreement in a long running industrial dispute with pilots and ground staff.
The airline will
In Hungary its been confirmed the centre right government wants financial help from the International Monetary Fund.
The move is a U turn by
China the world’s largest car maker will see growth remain stagnant in the absence of incentives for buyers and the country’s tight credit
A fresh wave of clashes between protesters and security forces in Cairo has left at least 33 people dead, according to reports coming out of the
Rescue efforts was called off in an illegal coalmine in Yunnan Province on Sunday; eight miners are trapped after a gas leak 10 days ago.
Nationalists in Spain’s autonomous northern Basque region have real reasons to celebrate these elections. The Amaiur left-wing coalition of several
Katherine Damazer was at school doing exams when she became anorexic.
Previously on holiday with her family in Tibet she caught a virus, became
November 21, 1980 a worldwide television audience of an estimated 350 million people tune in to find out who shot J.R. Ewing in the US television
As the fighting and deaths in Syria continue, Russia is accusing western countries of hindering a peaceful resolution.
Foreign Minister Sergei
November 22, 1963 US President John Fitzgerald Kennedy is shot while travelling in an open-top motorcade in Dallas, Texas. Half an hour later he was
The parents of a murdered British teenager have been giving evidence to an inquiry in London into the working practices of the UK press.
Two Turkish nationals have been wounded after their convoy of buses were shot at in Syria.
Turkey’s NTV reported it had been fired on by Syrian
An election in Spain with unsurprising results failed to give the market a boost on Monday morning.
After a negative opening, the main indices in