"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
Violence continues to rage in Syria, where a United Nations Security Council call for an end to the bloodshed has fallen on deaf ears.
At least 70
The Toulouse shootings suspect Mohamed Merah has refocused fears that there are dozens of so called ‘Lone Wolf’ terrorists in Europe.
Residents in Toulouse have expressed their relief that the siege is over and that hopefully they no longer have to fear a killer is on the
“How is it possible that an extremist, known to the security services, can be out there without being arrested?
Our Paris correspondent Giovanni
France is always volatile during elections, and Muslim integration has been a hot topic for this one. France’s Muslim community has already been
Mohamed Merah locked himself into his apartment in a small block in the Izards neighbourhood of Toulouse, where the police tracked him down and
French President Nicolas Sarkozy has paid tribute to police involved in the operation in Toulouse that ended in the death of suspected multiple
In an exclusive phone interview with euronews, a Spanish geologist currently working in Mali has described scenes of looting.
Witnesses of Monday’s school killings were not mistaken. The murders were filmed.
Mohamed Merah told investigators where to find the images which
Martin Schulz, the recently elected President of the European Parliament has been speaking with euronews about the public’s perception of Europe, as
More signs have emerged that the eurozone economy is likely in recession.
Company surveys reveal German and French manufacturing suffered a sharp
France last year granted citizenship to 66,000 immigrants, although the figure is steadily being reduced; the government’s immigration policy is
After prehistoric cave paintings and bear enthusiasts, the acclaimed German filmmaker Werner Herzog has turned his attention to a triple murder in
At Tokyo Fashion Week the traditional kimono gets a touch of the modern with the designs of Jotaro Saito.
See how he mixes the two influences in
Governments are constantly searching for cost-effective education policies, while the private sector and industry offer their own funding solutions
A French medical team has developed an innovative prototype artificial heart, which could be tested in humans in two years.
The device weighs just
The Belgian town of Leuven came to a standstill for the funerals of seven children killed in last week’s bus crash in Switzerland. As with
Hermes’ confidence in the global luxury goods market was in evidence as it upped its dividend to shareholders by 33 percent.
That reflects an
Royal Dutch Shell is pioneering shale gas development in China.
In the first deal of its kind, the oil major has signed a production sharing
China’s economic momentum continues to slow. Factory activity shrank again in March according to the latest survey of company purchasing
For Mohamed Merah, the road to radicalisation ran from a delinquent childhood in Toulouse to Kandahar in Afghanistan.
The Frenchman of Algerian
The gunman suspected of killing seven people in southwest France in the last two weeks is dead.
Police say Mohamed Merah, 23, was killed by a
The gunman at the centre of a huge police siege in the French city of Toulouse has been killed after special forces raided his apartment.
A 24-hour walkout in Portugal has brought the capital Lisbon to a virtual standstill.
The action, which began at midnight, is in protest at
Uganda: corporal punishment
Maintaining control in the classroom is essential but some methods of keeping order are controversial.
Some 9,000 people attended a ceremony in Lommel, Belgium to mourn the 17 victims the town lost in last week’s bus crash in Switzerland.
In Romania a new world record has been set for the length of a wedding veil. The veil – which is 2,823-metre long – was attached to a hot-air
Children dressed in traditional costumes boarded a fleet of small boats for a parade through the waterways of Fukuoka Prefecture, western Japan. The
Mali is in turmoil with renegade soldiers claiming to have seized control of the African country and the president insisting he remains in power.
Soldiers in Mali have attacked the country’s presidential palace hours after staging a mutiny.
In what started out as a protest over the