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MEPs are getting back to business in the European Parliament after the summer break and there is much to talk about. Is France’s explusion of Roma
As election fever hits Afghanistan, euronews spoke to the main opposition leader Abdullah Abdullah. The former foreign minister was also a candidate
French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been confronted with firm denials from Berlin after claiming that Germany like France is planning to clear out
A record number of women are standing in Afghanistan’s critical parliamentary elections this weekend.
Shukria Barakzai is one of them.
More than 20 people including two candidates have been kidnapped in Afghanistan, on the eve of parliamentary elections.
Most of the abductions
Emergency teams trying to rescue 33 miners in Chile have reportedly reached a workshop not far from where the men are trapped.
The Pope has held talks with the most senior cleric in the Church of England on the second day of his four day visit to the United Kingdom.
It is the 200th anniversary of Munich’s Oktoberfest this year, the world’s biggest party, which opens officially tomorrow and runs until October
It’s THE rendezvous of international free flying. The Icarus Cup takes place this weekend in Saint Hilaire du Touvet, not far from Grenoble in the
Polish prosecutors are deciding whether to release or extradite an exiled Chechen rebel leader wanted by Russia on terrorism charges.
As Pope Benedict continues his tour of the United Kingdom, five men have been arrested in London on suspicion of preparing a terror attack.
Time to flog your unwanted jewellery as gold and silver have hit new highs. Gold has set another all-time record and silver is at a two and a half
The I-Pad has been available for months on the Chinese grey market, at a price, but the sought-after product has at last been officially released
Leading truckmakers including Scania, Volvo, Man and Daimler are being probed by the UK office of Fair Trading into alleged cartel activity.
US healthcare giant Johnson and Johnson is talking to Dutch biotech company Crucell about buying the shares in the firm it does not already own for
After months of training, Prince William can graduate as a fully qualified search and rescue helicopter pilot.
In her new exhibition, entitled Das Gift – a play on the word which means present in English but poison in German – Yoko One aims to confront people
“Hell is others” goes the saying – and there is nothing more true in M. Night Shyamalan’s latest production, “Devil”, in which a group of people
Three lorries carrying explosives have exploded inside a police compound in eastern Sri Lanka, in what is being described as an accident.
There’s been a poor turnout for the early events on day two of the Pope’s official visit to the United Kingdom.
Benedict the XVIth held a special
Two decades of conflict in Peru left some 15,000 people missing. Today great efforts are being made to help the families left behind. The remains of
Flying your very own rocket with its model satellite – that was the challenge facing high-school students from all over Europe this summer for the
A Hamas militant has been shot dead by Israeli soldiers in a refugee camp near the West Bank town of Tulkarm.
Iyad Shilbayeh was killed during an
The iPad, Apple’s newest ‘it’ product, officially arrives in mainland China for eager consumers, where smuggled iPads or locally made products have
A murder inquiry is underway after an exiled Pakistani politician was stabbed to death outside his home in London.
Imran Farooq, a founding member
Exiled Chechen rebel leader Akhmed Zakayev has been detained for questioning in Poland where he is attending a congress.
Viewed by Russia as a
At least 18 people due to be involved in this weekend’s Afghan parliamentary elections have been kidnapped, authorities have reported.
At least 60 people have been killed after a truck carrying explosives accidentally blew up in Sri Lanka.
It happened near the eastern city of
Romas that were evicted from an illegal camp in France, have found a new place to live, on a plot loaned by the Mayor of Choisy-le-Roi.