By Joseph E. Stiglitz, University Professor at Columbia University and Chief Economist of the Roosevelt Institute In barely a month, US President
At an election campaign-style rally in Florida, US President Donald Trump once more lambastes the so-called dishonest media.
Euronews correspondent Natasha Richardson sat down the president of Kyrgyzstan, Almazbek Atambyev, to talk about his country’s economic ambitions and the fight against…
It is one of the most renowned street celebrations in Europe, The Carnival of Viareggio famous for its parades of huge floats.
Austria’s president has warned MEPs that Europe should not repeat its past mistakes, as so called populist parties look to do well in key European elections this…
There were violent clashes inside South Africa’s parliament on Thursday, (February 9), as members of the Economic Freedom Fighters, (EFF), were forcibly removed.
Brawls have broken out inside South Africa’s parliament after opposition MPs were thrown out of the chamber during President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation…
By Raluca Besliu, Romanian journalist and social commentator Through massive daily street demonstrations, hundreds of thousands of Romanian
The tables are turning in the French presidential race, if the latest opinion polls are to be believed.
The US sanctions 25 individuals and entities under its Iran sanctions authority in response to alleged 'destabilizing activities in the region.'
EU leaders have backed new steps to stem immigration from Africa, including financing migrant camps in Libya run by the UN-backed government.
Donald Trump's invitation to the UK has split the country, with rival petitions both in support of and against the new US president's state visit to Great Britain.
Former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said on Wednesday that he would not be standing for the presidency of his native South Korea, despite once being considered the front-runner for the…
The US president has fired his acting attorney general for "defying executive orders", an action leading him to be compared to former US leader Richard Nixon.
Furor and global protests over an executive order curbing immigration?
Sometimes the truth may be stranger than fiction, but the line between fact and fiction is being blurred by fake news.
The media has been accused of being biased when talking about President Donald Trump and, on many (liberal) people’s Facebook and Twitter feeds, his
In Northern Ireland, Sinn Fein has named Michelle O’Neill as its new leader at Stormont to replace the outgoing Martin McGuinness.
Yahya Jammeh had refused to concede defeat to President Adama Barrow after elections in December
339 MPs voted in favour of giving more executive power to the country's president, 142 were against, with no abstentions
LGBT activists organised a guerrilla protest outside the Vice President-elect Mike Pence’s home on January 18.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon criticised Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit vision and reinforced Scotland's right to self-determination
Donald Trump became a family man in 1977 when he married his first wife, Ivana, a former Olympic skier from what used to be Czechoslovakia.
Donald Trump's New York City office in Trump Tower offers a rare glimpse into who Trump really is and what he holds dear
The economic divide between European Union nations risks destroying the euro, Pierre Moscovici has warned.
Major powers at the Paris peace summit send a message to Trump that a two-state solution between Israelis and Palestinians is the only way forward
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas discussed the Middle East with Pope Francis on Saturday and said prospects for peace there will suffer if