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United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has described the situation in Syria as “highly precarious” as a handful of observers begin their duties
Anders Behring Breivik told a court in Norway on Thursday that he had planned to kill all 564 people on Utoeya island last July, not just the 69 he
The line-up for the 2012 Cannes Film Festival has been announced in the French capital and promises a blend of Hollywood star power with cinematic
Personal information about passengers flying on airlines between Europe and the United States will be stored by the US.
The Passenger Name
At least 37 people died and more than 160 were injured in a series of deadly bomb blasts across Iraq on Thursday.
The attacks appear to have been
France has called for at least 300 to 400 observers to be deployed to Syria to monitor a fragile truce following its 13-month uprising.
In this issue of The Network, euronews’ Chris Burns leads a discussion on extremism in Europe.
Chris Burns: “The massacre at a Jewish school in
The International Monetary Fund’s Christine Lagarde has again delivered a mixed message about the global economic recovery and warned “the eurozone
Security forces in Azerbaijan claim to have killed the head of an al Qaeda linked group and arrested 19 of his followers.
The leader, Azeri citizen
The bursting of the Spanish property bubble continues to hit bank profits there.
On Thursday CaixaBank shares fell over two percent after it posted
Georgia’s breakaway region of South Ossetia has a new president following the inauguration of Leonid Tibilov, a former KGB security chief.
Secret files, once considered lost, related to British colonial handovers have been made public.
The files cover controversial episodes such as the
“Marley” paints a picture of the life, music and legacy of the Jamaican singer-songwriter. He died in 1981 at the age of 36, but had a lasting
Two leading Syrian artists have collaborated on a project that brings together the worlds of poetry and music.
Abed Azrié sings the poems of
Turkish authorities searched a German-owned ship on Thursday over allegations that it might be carrying Iranian weapons bound for Syria.
Three American Secret Service officers are to leave their jobs as an investigation continues into a prostitution scandal.
The three were among 11
At Nato headquarters in Brussels, foreign ministers marked the 10th anniversary of the Nato-Russia Council. As with all birthday parties everyone
Clearing the minefield that is online copyright law lies in the hands of web programmers, according to the inventor of www, Tim Berners-Lee.
Protesters describing themselves as members of one of Syria’s newest political parties rallied outside the country’s finance ministry on
The state of France’s economy tops the list of voter concerns in the presidential election.
Both the candidates in the second round – Socialist
Police in Italy have seized seven tonnes of cannabis in Genoa, during an operation that has led to international arrests.
Nine men in Canada and
According to UNICEF, in countries torn apart by armed conflict, 39 million primary school children do not go to school – and tempting them back into
Two minutes silence was marked across Israel on Thursday to remember the victims of the Holocaust. Sirens echoed across the country to mark the
Doctors in the UK say a new treatment for prostate cancer, using ultrasound, could leave patients suffering far-fewer side-effects than existing
Iran denied on Thursday that it has halted oil exports to a number of EU countries.
Last week, two state-owned broadcasters said Tehran had stopped
Germany’s leading economic institutes have revised their growth forecasts for the country in 2012 upwards slightly.
The eight institutes, whose
Struggling mobile phone maker Nokia has promised it will make more, substantial cost cuts after reporting a slightly bigger than expected loss in the
Spain managed to sell all the government bonds it wanted at its latest auction – 2.5 billion euros worth.
But investors’ worries about the state of
Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir vowed on Thursday to retake the disputed oil producing region of Heglig from South Sudan.
“We will not give them an
At least five people in Turkey have been killed since extreme weather began battering the country on Wednesday.
A storm has brought strong winds