After weeks of social unrest on the French archipelago of Guadeloupe, questions are being raised about its future. Will it move towards a cutting of
The flood of refugees attempting to reach Europe is breaking all record along the continent’s Mediterranean coast. Can Europe’s image as a safe haven
It is a claustrophobe’s worst nightmare. Locked in a giant tin-can for months on end, isolated from the outside world. In Moscow, scientists are
The International Monetary Fund has unveiled a gloomy set of predictions.
It said the world economy will probably shrink this year by between 0.5
Talks between the main Palestinian factions on forming a unity government have broken up without a deal. The negotiations between Hamas and Fatah in
Opel’s German dealerships have backed the idea of joining the carmaker’s workers in buying part of the struggling GM subsidiary.
The plan is that
Campaigning has officially begun for Algeria’s presidential election. Observers say the ballot on April 9 is widely seen as a one-man race that is
The dollar has continued to fall against major currencies.
On Wednesday it suffered its biggest one-day slump in at least twenty five years after
Azerbaijan’s opposition is contesting the results of a referendum that lifts a limit on how long someone can be President. The outcome gives Ilham
Hundreds of thousands of French workers staged strikes today in protest at the effects of the economic crisis and the government’s handling of it
The US government is to give the country’s car parts suppliers financial aid worth around 3.5 billion euros.
The Treasury Department will
In Amstetten, the village where Josef Fritzl
committed his horrific crimes, there was relief when the court handed down the life sentence. But
Hungary’s DAM, also known as Diosygor Steel, has laid off nearly all its workers, 878 of them. The factory suspended all production about three
European Union leaders have been rejecting American calls for a stiffer economic stimulus effort.
Going into a summit in Brussels, they appeared
The museum at Porto in northern Portugal features the work of the Welsh artist Bethan Huws – deeply rooted in the beginnings of modern art.And the
Spain has announced it is withdrawing its troops from Kosovo. The Defence Minister detailed the pull-out on a visit to inspect the 632-man contingent
Guadeloupe has recently been shaken by a long drawn-out bitter social struggle. Euronews met the two main protagonists in the conflict – Elie
Former Israeli President Moshe Katsav has been formally charged with rape and other sexual offences.
The indictment was filed in a Tel Aviv
Czech Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek has reiterated opposition to an economic rescue plan for Eastern Europe.
His comments came as EU leaders
Josef Fritzl, the man who locked his daughter in a cellar for almost a quarter of a century and fathered seven children with her – is awaiting the
Pope Benedict the sixteenth has celebrated his first mass on African soil in front of 60,000 worshippers in Cameroon.
He said the service was
US President Obama has been trying to defuse public anger over bonus payments by the bailed out insurance giant AIG.
Billions of public funds have
More than 90 percent of voters in Azerbaijan have backed a constitutional amendment lifting the country’s two-term presidential limit.
Switzerland does not belong on a tax haven blacklist and is working to convince the international community of its determination to open up its bank
There is a further sign of a thaw in relations between Cuba and the EU.
Havana has said it is willing to discuss human rights issues with Brussels