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Belgium is on the verge of what is hoped will be a new era of stable government after six parties finalised a coalition agreement.
The man set to
Members of the European Parliament will from now on have to declare financial and other interests after the assembly voted unanimously in favour of a
The French president has delivered a major speech on solving the eurozone crisis and boosting growth in France.
Speaking in the southern city of
It seems nowhere is too far to get to to ensure everyone has a chance to vote in Russia’s parliamentary election.
Officials are travelling off to
An exhibition featuring 20 of Europe’s most innovative robots has just opened at London’s Science Museum. Stars of the show include the iCub, a
Nearly nine years after the invasion that ousted Saddam Hussein, the U.S. mission in Iraq is fast winding down with only 13,000 troops left in the
The Italian prime minister Mario Monti has said he is confident his cabinet will approve on Monday yet another plan to reduce the country’s mountain
Europe’s elite footballing nations will know their fate for next summer on Friday when the Euro2012 draw is made in the Ukrainian capital Kiev.
Egyptians are due to hear the first results of their historic elections on Saturday, but already an Islamist alliance looks like it is in the lead
The European Parliament has approved Croatia’s entry to the EU, ahead of the formal signing of an accession treaty next week. Representatives of the
This is the first time that Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood has been able to participate legally in elections, with its Freedom and Justice Party,
Kinyarwanda traces a series of interlinked stories about ordinary people living through the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
Alrick Brown, the director
There is more carnage on the streets of Iraq, in the week ceremonies are held to mark the end of US military presence there.
At least 10 people are
Filmed by Jacqueline Wolf in Santiago De Chile
A Ukrainian court started hearing the appeal of jailed former prime minister Yuila Tymoshenko on Wednesday.
The 51-year-old did not appear for the
The new head of the European Central Bank has warned the European Parliament that risks threatening the economic outlook have increased.
Manufacturing in the euro zone contracted at its fastest pace for two years last month.
The latest survey showed factories were forced to cut their
The first test of investor confidence since combined action by six central banks saw Spain selling nearly four billion euros of bonds.
The EU has said it has sent a report to the United States addressing American complaints about illegal subsidies for the European plane
The EU is considering a possible oil embargo against Iran over its nuclear programme. It was one of a raft of sanctions discussed by the bloc’s
Al McKay was the original EWF guitarist. Now, following the deaths of some other band members, and the illness of others, his band, the Al McKay
December 2, 1982 Retired American dentist Barney Clark becomes the first person to be implanted with a permanent artificial heart. The Jarvis 7
Alex Taylor says, “Even if the economic model is perhaps not widely held up as an example around the world at the moment Europe has always prided
With ISPI – the Institute for International Political Studies
Victor, from Fontainebleau in France, asks: I’d like to know if the countries
Greece’s new government is facing its first major test over the country’s harsh austerity measures.
A 24-hour general strike is underway, called by
Greece’s new government is getting its first taste of public anger over the country’s harsh austerity measures.
A general strike is underway, with
Tabitha Kioko was diagnosed as HIV postive five years ago.
She gets her monthly dose of free anti-retroviral drugs at a clinic in Nairobi, Kenya
Five civilians were shot dead when security forces broke up a protest in the northern Syrian city of Idlib on Wednesday, the Syrian Observatory for
Anti-Wall Street protesters are evicted from their eight-week-old encampment outside Los Angeles City Hall.
At least eighteen people have been killed in separate attacks in Iraq’s Diyala province.
Ten died in a bomb blast in the town of Khalis, according