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From Paris to Marseille, from Lille to Lyon. An unprecedented number of people have reportedly been protesting against pension reforms in
A disaster on a catwalk at the London Fashion Week has sparked debate about the safety of wearing high heels measuring up to 20 centimetres.
A sporting facelift of the Russian riviera has already begun as Sochi prepare for the 2014 Winter Olympics.
But the construction has come under
Sweden’s ruling centre-right coalition has fallen two seats short of a majority in parliament after a final recount of votes from Sunday’s
Ex-European Commissioners, some who have already found new work, are benefiting from an allowance meant to help them back into the market after
“Hands off my house” warns a home-made sign on an historic dwellings in the old part of Istanbul are still standing – but for how long? The residents
German carmaker Audi is to invest 900 million euros to expand its Hungarian manufacturing plant.
It will make 125,000 vehicles a year once
Steelworkers in Germany have stepped up their strike action for higher wages.
They also want those on short term contracts to get the same pay as
At the European Roma Rights Centre in Budapest, Hungary, against the backdrop of France’s expulsions of Roma, euronews asked the President of the
US President Barack Obama has repeated his demand for Israel to extend a moratorium on settlement building in the West Bank.
The renewed call came
It is easy to feel overwhelmed in the bustle of Tokyo, one of the world’s largest cities. Now instead of unfolding a map every few minutes, the savvy
Made In Dagenham, a dramatised re-telling of a group of women’s fight for equal pay at the Ford car factory in 1968, has just premiered in London.
US president Barack Obama has said the door to diplomacy with Iran is still open at the UN in New York.
But he insisted Tehran had to demonstrate
In France, tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets as part of a second round of protests over pension reform plans.
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Alberta Ferretti’s collection at the Milan Fashion Week drew upon Greek nymphs and Shakespearean characters, with flat floral sandals and chiffon
After a six-month test, Italy is giving up full-body scanners for security checks in airports, the newspaper Corriere della Sera reports.
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Colombia says the man considered to be the top military chief of the FARC rebel group has been killed in combat.
Mono Jojoy is reported to have
A woman with learning difficulties is set to become the first female to be executed by the US state of Virginia in nearly a century.
The world’s largest ever sale of shares is reportedly finding plenty of takers.
Sources have told Reuters that the Brazilian state oil company
Turkey’s government has told the country’s banks that they must increase the amount of money in their reserves.
The proportion of deposits that
Temp agency Adecco says demand for workers remains robust.
The statement from the world’s largest staffing firm suggests companies are still
A Chinese trade official has denied claims that Beijing is blocking the export of rare minerals to Japan in a dispute over the arrest of a Chinese
Greece continues to be hit by strike action over government austerity measures.
Over the past few days truckers have been on the streets; today
Parisians are getting on their bikes to thwart today’s 24-hour strike.
Commuters have resorted to the French capital’s Velib rental cycles to reach
Russia has handed over to Poland a further batch of secret documents on the World War Two Katyn massacre of thousands of Polish nationals.
Visitors line up to catch a glimpse of the work of impressionist painter Claude Monet at the Galleries Nationales du Grand Palais in Paris.
The vice president of the breakaway Georgian region of Abkhazia has been the target of an assassination attempt.
Officials say Alexander Ankvab was