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The situation in Sudan’s disputed Abyei region has worsened with armed looters setting fires in abandoned towns.
North Sudanese forces took control
The first two operational satellites of the European Union’s global navigation system, Galileo, are to be launched in October.
Indoor camping; it sounds like a contradiction in terms. But the concept has just started at the Huttenpalast in Berlin. You get an individual hut or
Too many cars in our city centres can make for a pretty unpleasant atmosphere. Toxic nitrogen levels often exceed the maximum permitted limits in
Euronews’ Wolfgang Spindler looks back at the 64th edition of the Cannes film festival – the actors, the winners, the stars, the scandals and the
French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde is the focus of much media speculation that she is the top candidate to replace Dominique Strauss-Kahn as
The end of an era at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
There will be no more traditional floor trading, from now on all transactions are being
It is no coincidence that Spain’s youth protests erupted in the run-up to local elections. On their placards, demonstrators display the reasons for
Airline shares took a beating on Monday at the possible threat to flights from the eruption of Iceland’s most active volcano, despite optimism in the
The US President and Michelle Obama have launched into their week-long tour of several European countries, starting with Ireland.
Barack Obama will
The latest wave of European Union sanctions against Syria and Iran comes only a day after the bloc’s chief diplomat went to Benghazi. Catherine
The European Union has hit Syria’s leadership with sanctions in a bid to end the on-going brutal crackdown against anti-government protests
Moscow City Council appears to be sticking to its decision to ban a planned Gay Pride march next weekend for a sixth year in a row – despite
Security forces in Yemen have fought a gunbattle with supporters of an opposition tribal leader, following the collapse of a deal which would have
Sony has said it expected to post a 2.3 billion euro net loss for the year up to the end of March – due to having to write some tax credits.
Ryanair has said its earnings will be flat this year due to high fuel costs and a lack of growth in capacity.
The boss of Europe’s largest low-cost
Pressured by Brussels and the ECB, Greece is speeding up its privatisations. Reportedly Prime Minister George Papandreou at a cabinet meeting to
The plume of ash from the eruption of Iceland’s most active volcano is expected to hit parts of northern and western Europe imminently.
Where and what now for the Socialists are the questions most of the Spanish press are asking about the country’s ruling party after its drubbing in
Economic distress and frozen conflict on the borders of the European Union. After 20 years, Moldova, the poorest country in Europe, still seems
Portugal’s general election campaign is underway ahead of next month’s ballot, with the country’s international bailout at the heart of the
A team of International Atomic Energy Agency experts are in Japan to help assess what to do next. This comes in the wake of criticism over the
At least 89 people are now known to have died after a powerful tornado hit Joplin in the US state of Missouri.
Many other towns across the MidWest
The European Union has imposed sanctions on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and other senior officials, raising pressure on his government to end
May 24, 1883. One of New York’s most famous landmarks, the Brooklyn Bridge, is inaugurated 13 years after construction began. With a main span of
A laser that can write on the inside of glass without damaging the outside is revolutionising anti-counterfeit procedures in industries from
President Obama is on the first leg of a week-long European tour, with stops in the UK, France and Poland. Today he is in Ireland.
A siege at a Pakistani military base is over. According to a navy spokesman at least three Taliban militants have been killed and seven arrested
Powerful tornadoes have torn through parts of the US MidWest, killing at least 89 people, say officials. Most of the victims came from the Missouri
Europe has been put on alert for some travel disruption following an eruption by Iceland’s most active volcano.
Experts, however, say there is