How would you vote, who with and for what political programme? To build up critical mass for the European elections, an unprecedented Internet site
Sony’s Chairman and Chief Executive Howard Stringer has come out on top in a management power struggle and will take the job of company president as
The heads of three global development banks have pledged to lend up to 25 billion euros in crisis-hit eastern and central Europe.
The action plan
The US economy continues to stumble. New figures show that in the final three months of last year GDP – that is the total output of goods and
The red ink continues to flow out of British banks. The part-nationalised Lloyds Banking Group has unveiled losses for last year of 10 billion pounds
European shares finished the day down 2.22 percent recording another big monthly loss.
Banks slumped – Lloyds’ losses pulled its shares down 22
The European Union will hold an emergency economic summit this Sunday, but no major new initiatives are expected. The bloc’s traditional commitment
France and Italy have finally achieved a political consensus to proceed with work on a future rail link between Lyon and Turin. The roughly 20
The Vatican says Bishop Richard Williamson’s words of regret for his denial of the extent of the Holocaust do not go far enough.
Management at the German car-maker Opel are looking to break away from General Motors, ending 80 years of ownership, to survive the global financial
The EU is to give 436 million euros for the reconstruction of Gaza. The aid package was announced as the bloc’s foreign policy chief toured the
Experts say the pullout of US combat troops from Iraq will be quicker than some American commanders on the ground had hoped. The new timetable is
The Israeli entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest is a singing duo consisting of Noa – who is Jewish – and Mira Awad who is Arab. They will
Baz Lurhmann’s Moulin Rouge is said to have inspired Valeria Marini’s new autumn/winter women’s wear collection which she showed in Milan this week
Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni has ruled out taking her centrist Kadima party into a governing coalition led by the right-wing Benjamin
Firefighters in Australia have stepped up their efforts to contain a new outbreak of bush fires that are threatening property across the south east
Management at the German car-maker Opel are considering a restructuring plan which, it is feared, could include significant job-losses and the
The EU’s foreign policy chief, Javier Solana, has been viewing for himelf the destruction in Gaza ahead of a donors conference on rebuilding the
It is reported President Barack Obama will today announce August next year as the date by which combat US troops will be withdrawn from Iraq.
With International Women’s Day just around the corner, euronews travelled to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to see what reforms are being put in
Election campaigning in Spain’s turbulent Basque country is reaching a climax, for a ballot that could see the socialists make historic inroads
Gender equality in Europe is still a distant goal, but the pay-off is undeniable, in economic terms as well as human. Sweden and Spain are among the
June 14th 2007, gunshots pepper the air marked the demise of Fatah in the Gaza Strip, and a damaging split between the faction of Palestinian
The man seen as both the architect of Iceland’s recent economic boom and a key figure in its subsequent downfall has been fired by the government
US President Barack Obama has unveiled a 2.7 trillion euro budget, his first since taking office.
As well measures to ease the recession Obama
The United Nations’ war crimes tribunal has delivered its first verdict on the conflict in Kosovo, acquitting former Serb president Milan Milutinovic
Some of the survivors of the Turkish Airlines flight which crashed in Amsterdam have returned to Istanbul. Flight TK 1951 came down in light fog