"We need new initiatives at the European level to deepen the functioning of the monetary union."
Vice- President, ECB
"Kurds believe they are worse off as part of Iraq."
research fellow at LSE's Middle East Centre
"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
Iraqi government forces are keeping up the pressure on ISIL militants – pounding their positions in Falluja.
There has been no let-up in the Iraqi military offensive to drive ISIL out of Falluja.
At least 50,000 civilians are thought to be still inside the city, which is around 65 kilometres west of Baghdad.
Iraqi forces have begun shelling ISIL targets as the fight for Fallujah rages through a second day.
Iraqi forces have begun storming Fallujah, the first city to fall to ISIL, more than two years ago.
More Shiite militiamen arrived in Iraq’s Anbar province on Friday hoping to recapture the cities of Ramadi and Fallujah from the Islamic State
Fallujah – a city which was the scene of a bitter struggle between al-Qaeda backed militants and Iraqi forces – is now calm. Following a struggle
Aid agencies are concerned that the humanitarian situation in the besieged Iraqi city of Fallujah is growing ever more desperate.
The battle against al Qaeda goes on in the Anbar province of Iraq. There were reports of heavy clashes on Sunday in Ramadi and Fallujah.
Fierce fighting continues to rage in two cities in Western Iraq as al Qaeda-inspired militants and government-backed militia battle it out for