From Germany to Turkey, women step onto the centre stage in literature. Pinar Kür, Ayse önal and Petra Reski speak out on human rights, politics and
British artist Damien Hirst has gone to Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum to present his controversial piece For The Love Of God – the infamous
Two old friends can’t pay the bills so decide to make some quick cash by starring in their very own adult movie – in Kevin Smith’s latest comedy
We are probably all familiar with the idea of a robot designed to help around the house, but one which helps out in the operating theatre is slightly
Democratic governance – all the rage in the EU and the focus of the European Development Days being held from 15 to 17 November in Strasbourg. The
The election of Barack Obama has gone down well in Europe as the world grapples with a host of pressing and difficult problems.
Euronews caught up
A female suicide bomber is believed to be behind an explosion that killed at least 11 people in the Russian region of North Ossetia.
Many more were
With no time to ponder the magnitude of his victory in the US presidential election, Barack Obama is busy putting together his team to deal with a
Bhutan has a new king after a lavish ceremony full of pomp and tradition in the remote Himalayan kingdom.
King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, 28
A high-profile, far-right politician in Belgium is facing possible prosecution over a video in which he sings in celebration of the Holocaust.
He has bounced back in the opinion polls. But will Gordon Brown’s recent rise in popularity translate into votes? That is the question being asked as
China’s toy towns are in the doldrums. With Christmas approaching, the slumping world economy means falling orders.
The Chinese state news agency
The scale of the world’s economic troubles has been underscored by more interest rate cuts around Europe.
The European Central Bank and the Swiss
EU heads of state meet in Brussels on Friday to try to hammer out a common position on the global financial crisis.
Friday’s meeting comes ahead of
According to the EU’s drug agency, drug abuse in Europe has reached worrying proportions and it’s urging governments to be vigilant.
Poland has agreed to a plan that will see its historic Szczecin and Gdynia shipyards sold by May next year.
This will allow the government to
With his time in office drawing to a close, George W. Bush says the US faces economic challenges
that “will not pause” to let a new president settle
The European Central Bank has slashed interest rates by half a per cent for the fifteen countries using the euro.
It is now at a two-year low of
Rail passengers in France face a frustrating 24- hours as two train drivers unions begin a strike over management demands for more flexible working
For many Americans Obama’s election victory was one of those ‘everyone can remember where they were moments’. Hundreds queued outside the offices
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is facing the prospect of another damaging setback in a by-election in Scotland today.
Analysts believe a
Latin America has hailed Barak Obama’s historic election victory and sees it as an opportunity to improve relations with the United States.
The next president of the United States has had little time to savour his victory with much work to be done even before he takes office.
European markets have opened down following the trend in Asia as recession concerns continue to weigh on trading.
The FTSE, the Dax in Frankfurt