"We need new initiatives at the European level to deepen the functioning of the monetary union."
Vice- President, ECB
"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
"Kurds believe they are worse off as part of Iraq."
research fellow at LSE's Middle East Centre
Their political leaders may be breathing a sigh of relief. However, Greeks protesting outside parliament are far from happy that a deal has been
France’s Renault has opened a giant factory in Morocco to build low-cost vehicles.
The salaries of workers at the plant near Tangiers amount to
He has gone from president to prospective prisoner in the space of a few days.
At home in the Maldives, ex-leader Mohamed Nasheed says he expects
Fallout from Greece’s new bailout deal has begun, with Deputy Labour Minister Yiannis Koutsoukos resigning in protest.
In his statement, the
Syria’s people-power uprising has turned into open warfare. After months of trying to crush a largely peaceful Arab Spring movement, and after more
Outgoing England manager Fabio Capello left his London home having issued a statement in which he thanked the governing body and the players for
Spain’s best-known judge, who achieved international fame for his human rights investigations, has been found guilty of illegal practice.
The hunt is on for Germany’s champion deer caller.
Enthusiasts grunted, bawled and bellowed their way through imitations of red deer in the
Socialist frontrunner Francois Hollande and conservative President Nicolas Sarkozy have shaken hands at an event attended by France’s political
A major exhibition of paintings by the late Lucian Freud has just opened in London. Best known for his fleshy nudes in muted colours, Freud was
He is the only top tier model who can walk down the catwalk as a man or a woman and boasts one of the most recognisable and controversial faces on
Calm streets, busy markets and pictures of people going about their normal everyday activities. That is the image of Homs being portrayed through
Euro-zone finance ministers have been meeting to decide whether the Greek government’s down-to-the-wire agreement on reforms will be enough to make
PepsiCo says it expects to cut 8,700 jobs over the next three years.
That is part of a plan to save the equivalent of an extra 1.1 billion
A Greek debt deal came just as European Central Bank President Mario Draghi started his news conference following the Bank’s monthly policy
In Syria, the heavy bombardment of opposition-held neighbourhoods in Homs is reportedly continuing.
Activists say government armoured vehicles are
How do plants survive the winter? Unable to migrate to warmer climates or cover up, they seem vulnerable to the snow and ice.
Yet most of our
A December 2006 training flight above the Moscow region nearly ended in tragedy.
“The trainee made a mistake. That caused the plane to enter a very
Some of the most serious aviation disasters happen when pilots are confronted with a situation they have never encountered before.
Now a new
Spain’s Supreme Court has found the human rights judge Baltasar Garzón guilty of authorising the illegal recording of defence lawyers’
Greece’s coalition party leaders have reached a deal on tough austerity measures to keep the country afloat, the office of Prime Minister Lucas
Vodafone’s revenue for the final three months of 2011 came in lower than expected. It blamed increasingly difficult conditions in southern European
China’s inflation rate spiked in January after having fallen for the previous five months.
It was up by 4.5 percent from January last year due to a
Tourism and fishing are the Maldives’ major industries, but now there is trouble in paradise.
The EU’s representative in the region told euronews
Supporters of the radical Shi’ite leader Moqtada Sadr in Iraq have celebrated with pomp the departure of American troops.
All but a handful of
As biting cold grips Germany each night, a clergyman sets off on a mission that could mean the difference between life and death for Berlin’s
Many Greeks have expressed their anger over their politicians’ failure to finalise terms for the 130-billion euro bailout.
The sticking point is a
A fresh attempt to salvage the stricken Costa Concordia is expected to be made on Friday.
Bad weather has hampered efforts to remove thousands of
A day after he was led away by police, a formal arrest warrant has been issued for the ousted leader of the Maldives, according to officials from his
It is a call to warriors. The beat of the drum resonates through centuries in Afghanistan. In Kabul it is helping to prepare wrestlers for the London