European foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton has said she will visit Haiti but has not picked a date yet.
This follows a meeting this week with
A moderate has been chosen as the new patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church, beating two other candidates in a secret ballot. The 80-year-old
Now that food, medicine and money are beginning to circulate more efficiently in Haiti, authorities and charities are concentrating on getting
Internet, Google, freedom – they are words at the heart of a spiralling spat between China and the United States.
Things reached a climax with
The movers and the shakers of the world’s tourism industry have been gathering in Madrid as the sector attempts to put behind a dismal 2009 and look
Business confidence in France this month has risen to its highest level since September 2008.
Morale in the French manufacturing sector jumped
A counterbid by US chocolate maker Hershey for British confectioner Cadbury has melted away.
According to reports the American firm’s board
Mobile phone giant Sony Ericsson has said it expects only slight growth in 2010 as last year’s losses met expectations.
The handset and chip maker
What do the following have in common? The economic crisis, equality of the sexes, the situation in Cuba and a Europe with at least two presidents
Constantino de Miguel, euronews: “Professor Niño Becerra, you are forecasting a crash for 2010. But stock markets and the economic outlook are
A pioneering country in the fight against domestic violence, Spain wants to make it a political priority for Europe.
Spanish society’s approach to
Audrey Tilve, euronews: “Brigitte Grésy, France’s general inspector for social affairs, you also represent France in the European Institute for
Last October, the Spanish Foreign minister Miguel Angel Moratinos went to Havana – his goal; to normalise relations with Cuba. But Madrid’s top
Two children rescued from the rubble of the Haiti earthquake have told how they survived trapped without food or water or more than a
Interview by María Piñeiro
The current situation in Cuba is very difficult. The economy is still hit by the dual currency situation because the
On January 8, Spain formally assumed the rotating presidency of the European Unon for the next six months.
Taking over from Sweden, Spain’s Prime
Beatriz Beiras, euronews: “Josep Ramoneda, political analyst and Director of the Centre for Contemporary Culture in Barcelona, the Lisbon Treaty
Off the beaten track, we’ve asked figures from the world of art to give us their vision on Turkey’s most diverse city. Between East and West, this
Afghanistan’s former foreign minister has cast doubt on his country’s ability to take charge of its own security, despite recent successes in
Some 124 migrants, some of Kurdish or Iraqi origin, have been found on a beach in southern Corsica.
It is the first time migrants crossing the
The Enterprise Europe Network is designed to help small businesses feeling the economic and financial squeeze. With credit sources drier than they
Italian authorities are pressing ahead with a controversial programme to move gypsy families from one of the biggest makeshift camps in Europe.
The stars came out for the Boss collection at Berlin Fashion Week. Hilary Swank, David Coulthard, Matt Dillon, and German singing star Nena all
The Sundance Film Festival has opened in Utah promising a return to rebellious risky film-making. In recent years Sundance has moved closer to the
Police in Turkey have arrested 120 suspected members of Al Qaeda after carrying out a series of dawn raids across the country.
Reports say a senior
The aid may be starting to flow in quantities that will make a difference, but for many Haitians the only thing on their minds is how to get out of
Russia has reacted to the planned deployment of American missiles in Poland, saying it is simply a matter between Washington and Warsaw. A battery of
In 1895 German physicist Wilhelm Röntgen discovered rays which he didn’t know much about, so he called them X-Rays. One of the best known
China has taken a swipe back at the United States, saying Washington’s campaign against internet censorship could damage relations between the two