"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"
Slovakia’s former prime minister Robert Fico looks set to make a return to the political centre stage as the country goes to the polls to elect a new
Four Palestinian militants have been killed in Israeli air strikes in Gaza in an apparent repraisal for a rocket attack on Israel.
Tank rounds and motor bombs continued to rain down on the Syrian city of Homs on the eve of a visit to the country by the UN/Arab League envoy, Kofi
A diplomatic is simmering between Britain and Italy over a failed hostage rescue attempt that ended the lives of Chris McManus and Franco Lamolinara
In the wake of the capsizing of the Costa Concordia the cruise line’s parent company, Carnival, has issued a profit warning.
The world’s largest
What has happening in Greece is the biggest restructuring of government debt in history.
It comes after a nerve-wracking week when it looked like
The Greek government kept talking with the troika of the EU, IMF and ECB, and also with their private lending sources, until they finally had a plan
euronews’ web team asks a European Space Agency expert about the risks and basic information on the solar storm that’s currently making headlines
Emergency crews are battling wildfires in parts of northern Spain. Some of the blazes are threatening homes in Catalonia and Aragon. After a harsh
A mystery donor has been handing out cash-stuffed envelopes to good causes in the northern German city of Braunschweig. The donations have been left
Coca Cola and Pepsi are changing their drinks recipes because the state of California is listing a key ingredient as potentially cancerous. The soft
Norway has revealed one its deepest Cold War secrets.
During the chilly period, Oslo commissioned the construction of a modern coastal military
As austerity measures begin to bite in Italy workers have been on the streets protesting against labour reforms. They are part of a drive by Prime
Our third edition of Women and War takes you to Afghanistan, to meet three extraordinary women. They have endured the devastating effects of war
Last Thursday was International Women’s Day, celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women. In contrast, it also made clear
The European Commission has confirmed it sent inspectors to Spain this week to evaluate its budget deficit figures for last year.
That after the
The Greek finance minister has hailed the bond swap deal that has enabled his country to avoid imminent bankrupcty.
The government says well over
Animated films aimed at adults were the emerging trend at this year’s Cartoon Movie in the French city of Lyon.
The forum for makers and buyers of
Italy’s industrial output was much weaker than expected in January – down 2.5 percent from December.
On an annual basis — adjusted to account for
Many tourists have had a tough decision to make recently.
Do they confirm their holiday destination, even if it is experiencing economic or
Germany, which is the biggest eurozone contributor to the 130 billion Greek bailout, has given a positive reaction to the debt swap deal.
The number Americans in work rose again in February for the third straight month of solid US employment growth.
The latest jobs figures are another
The British feeling towards Europe can often be summed up by attitudes of ‘What’s in it for us’ or ‘What mess are they in now?’.
The Serbian authorities are in the middle of a witch-hunt against critical intellectuals, whose most recent victim, Sreten Ugricic was for over a
There is growing anger in Italy following the failed attempt to rescue Franco Lamolinara from Nigerian kidnappers.
Apparently the UK did not
Eclectic Norwegian band Katzenjammer are gearing up for a spring and summer on the road; touring Europe – including several dates in the UK – with
Almost a year since the tsunami in Japan, hundreds of people are still missing from the coastal town of Minamisanriku.
The day before the
Greece has avoided an immediate catastrophic default on its debt after private creditors strongly backed a plan that leaves the path clear for a new
Arnaud from Brussels asks: “My question for European officials is: how far are we going to let rating agencies dictate how European stock markets are
Slovakia’s centre-right coalition is heading for humiliation in Saturday’s general election, according to opinion polls.
The surveys suggest voters