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The war in Afghanistan and the relationship with Russia are just some of the issues NATO is trying to grapple with as it defines its new strategy for
With pressure mounting on the Irish government at home and abroad to accept a bailout to shore up its shattered banking sector, euronews spoke to
Violence has erupted in Greece at a rally to mark the anniversary of a 1973 student uprising.
Police fired teargas at a small group of
A state of emergency has been declared in the West African country of Guinea amid post-election unrest.
An overnight curfew is in place and police
Admiral Gianpaolo Di Paola, as the chairman of NATO’s military committee, is the highest military authority in the alliance and euronews’
The number of Britons claiming jobless benefit unexpectedly fell last month for the first time since July.
There were 3,700 fewer people registered
Ireland has agreed to work with an overseas team on urgent measures to help its crisis-hit banking sector.
Officials from the European Commission
Swiss drugmaker Roche has revealed plans to slash costs including cutting jobs. It intends to reduce its outgoings by the equivalent of 1.8 billion
The International Energy Agency is defending its estimate of China’s energy use.
Beijing had questioned the IEA’s claim that China overtook the
General Motors has set the final terms for its landmark initial public offering of stock.
It is boosting the number of shares for sale and could
Already familiar characters in countless sci-fi movies, humanoid robots are well on the way towards stepping off the silver-screen and into daily
Germany on Wednesday tightened security at airports and train stations, citing intelligence reports which show Islamist militants plan to strike the
It has probably happened to us all at some point, you are riding uphill, pedalling hard, and suddenly the chain slips off – meaning several oily
When Lara is accused of murder, the Brennans’ seemingly perfect life is turned upside down. Three years into her sentence John – played by Russell
Eleven sculptures condemned by the Nazi regime as “degenerate” and believed to have been lost or destroyed have been unearthed and are now on display
A group of military officers in Madagascar on Wednesday claimed they have seized power as the country voted on constitutional reform.
Iraq’s newly re-elected President Jalal Talabani is refusing to sign an execution order for Tareq Aziz.
His apparent decision follows both the
Fishing quotas for Atlantic bluefin tuna are under the spotlight at a meeting in Paris.
Some 50 member countries of the International Commission
Any proud Frenchman will tell you his country’s cooking is the world’s best but now those gastronomic traditions have a global seal of approval
It is better late than never for one of America’s most celebrated authors.
One hundred years after his death, Mark Twain has a new book out – the
Rolando Villazón, one of the greatest tenors of the decade, has embarked on a new musical adventure.
He is celebrating his love for Mexico through
A five-story apartment building collapsed into a mountain of rubble in a poor New Delhi neighbourhood.
Former Soviet fighter pilot and alleged arms dealer Viktor Bout arrived in New York on Wednesday after being extradited from Thailand.
The UN Security Council on Tuesday deplored a deadly Moroccan police raid on a squatter camp in Western Sahara but the Council failed to back rebel
Kate Middleton and Britain’s Prince William have given their first interview after announcing they are to marry next year.
In a poignant
At only 31 pages long, Barack Obama’s third book just published is no political memoir. Written before he took office, it is a children’s book
The German tabloid Bild am Sonntag has confirmed that two reporters charged in Iran with spying are journalists for the weekly paper.
Tensions remain high in Haiti after anti-UN riots caused by the country’s recent Cholera outbreak left two people dead, one of whom was shot by a
Concern is growing with the first case of cholera having been detected in the Dominican Republic across the border from neighbouring
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi will face a vote of no-confidence on December 14.
The vote has been organised by Italy’s President