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The Red Cross on negotiation and morphing conflicts

Peter Maurer is President of the International Committee of the Red Cross he spoke to euronews reporter, Chris Cummins, about the changing nature of

Peter Maurer is President of the International Committee of the Red Cross he spoke to euronews reporter, Chris Cummins, about the changing nature of

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UAE Energy Minister Suhail Al Mazroui: "We will not rely on oil"

Faced with the challenge of a declining oil market The United Arab Emirates, a major crude producer in the Gulf is striving to diversify its economy

Faced with the challenge of a declining oil market The United Arab Emirates, a major crude producer in the Gulf is striving to diversify its economy

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Interview: Literature Nobel winner shocked by Russian critics

All Russian writers who have won the Nobel prize have been subjected to harassment in Russia. That is the assertion of the Svetlana Alexievich from

All Russian writers who have won the Nobel prize have been subjected to harassment in Russia. That is the assertion of the Svetlana Alexievich from

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The World Bank pushes for a greener economy

With the opening of COP21 in Paris, climate change is at the heart of international debates. Euronews’ Gregoire Lory took the occasion to speak to

With the opening of COP21 in Paris, climate change is at the heart of international debates. Euronews’ Gregoire Lory took the occasion to speak to

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A long road ahead for Syria says Lebanese politician Walid Jumblatt

Walid Jumblatt, is a Lebanese MP. He is a front line politician, leader of the Progressive Socialist Party and also the Druze community in the land

Walid Jumblatt, is a Lebanese MP. He is a front line politician, leader of the Progressive Socialist Party and also the Druze community in the land

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EU goals for COP21 'very ambitious, to save the planet'

Our Spanish Brussels correspondent talked to Europe’s top energy and climate official about Europe’s defence of humanity’y future. Marta Vivas

Our Spanish Brussels correspondent talked to Europe’s top energy and climate official about Europe’s defence of humanity’y future. Marta Vivas

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Judge Theodor Meron reflects on his quest for international justice

Judge Theodor Meron has presided over the International Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia for the past five years. A court which has managed

Judge Theodor Meron has presided over the International Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia for the past five years. A court which has managed

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"I'm not controlling an armed group, just protecting Libya's oil"

Libya has fallen into turmoil with its internationally recognised government and elected parliament on one side and a self-styled administration

Libya has fallen into turmoil with its internationally recognised government and elected parliament on one side and a self-styled administration

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Coppola, Asturias honours cinema's great 'outsider'

With Francis Ford Coppola talks in Oviedo, Spain, where the now legendary film maker received the Princess of Asturias Arts Award, the

With Francis Ford Coppola talks in Oviedo, Spain, where the now legendary film maker received the Princess of Asturias Arts Award, the