""Russia I think could initiate hostilities sooner than we expect.""
General Sir Nick Carter
Chief of the General Staff, British Army
""These are useful skills in life, because you never know what you can expect.""
Student, Yevpatoria School
""There are still too many people who are left out of that recovery and acceleration of growth.""
IMF Managing Director
"Give up attempts to solve the existing problems by force."
Russian Foreign Minister
""Inequality is not inevitable, it's not like the weather. It's a policy choice.""
Oxfam’s head of policy on inequality.
""It's unbecoming for a cardinal to ski badly.""
Pope John Paul II
""The sheer scale of the challenges our world faces makes concerted, collaborative and integrated action more essential than ever.""
Professor Klaus Schwab
Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum
"The US is enduring an unprecedented crisis of trust... The root cause is the lack of objective facts and rational discourse"
President and CEO, Edelman
More pension cuts and tax hikes are on the way in Greece, after the country’s parliament approved a new round of austerity.
Hundreds of pensioners braved torrential rain in Athens on Thursday morning to express their anger at the latest planned cuts to their incomes.
Doctors in Greek state hospitals walk out in protest in central Athens over social security changes
Metro, urban rail and tram workers in Athens have walked off the job for 24 hours. They are angry about legislation that would allow the Athens transport organisation to use stations for commercial pu
Last week’s Eurogroup was just a first step towards a final deal between creditors and the Greek government in order for the bailout programme to get again back on…
The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has been talking up the agreement with European creditors under which the country will make further reforms in 2019.
Around 5,000 people gathered in central Athens to protest against the latest round of austerity measures
The Brief from Brussels is euronews’ daily round up of the top stories from Europe’s political capital.
Discussions between Greece, its European lenders and the International Monetary Fund on the country’s bailout obligations have dragged on for months as disagreements persist over fiscal issues, labour
Thousands have marched through Madrid to demand an end to austerity measures in Spain.
Greek lawmakers have approved a Christmas bonus for the poorest pensioners, defying eurozone lenders who've suspended Athens short-term debt-relief.
It is billed as Greece’s “final exit” from its almost decade-long financial crisis.
Thousands of demonstrators who work in Belgium's health and welfare sector are angry about government plans for austerity measures.
Anti-government protesters have stormed Brazil’s Congress demanding a military coup.
Dozens of demonstrators broke into the lower house chamber
The reductions are part of the austerity package the government agreed to with international lenders.
Portugal's Socialist minority government has unveiled a 2017 budget intended to reduce the deficit, but also roll back some austerity measures.
Matteo Renzi says he declined to share a podium with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande as he did not "share their conclusions".
Anger over the impeachment of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has spilled onto the streets.
Thousands of protesters have hit the streets of Athens calling on the country’s left-wing government to quit.
Public sector workers went on strike in Belgium on Tuesday in protest at budget cuts and other austerity measures.