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The leader of Greece’s radical left Syriza party has reaffirmed that he will scrap the country’s international bailout deal.
Alexis Tsipras was
Defending champions Spain grabbed their first win of Euro 2012 on Thursday after a 4-0 thrashing of Ireland in Gdansk.
Spain, who drew their opener
Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court has overturned the ruling that barred senior members of the government of former President Hosni Mubarak from
Never before seen photographs and writings by Che Guevara have been published in a book titled “Philosophical Notes.”
The book plots his time in
The European Union said normalisation of relations between Kosovo and Serbia are a key condition for Belgrade to gain EU entry.
Italy, who held holders Spain to a one all draw in their opening game, started the encounter brightly in Pozanan.
After missing several chances
Ethnic violence is a genuine fear for lots of Macedonians. The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has seen a growing mistrust between Albanian and
French President Francois Hollande has continued to talk up growth on a visit to Italy, currently suffering a sharp economic slowdown.
The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC has agreed to hold their countries oil output at current levels of 30 million barrels per day
Nokia can no longer convince the markets. The Finnish telecoms equipment maker was sanctioned on the Helsinki stock exchange for its new profit
As well as Andriy Shevchenko, Tymur Shamanov – a six year old fan – also became the face of victory for Ukraine following Monday’s win over
Two 700-year-old skeletons buried in a pagan ritual to stop them transforming into vampires are to go on display at Bulgaria’s National History
One of the most important international art fairs – Art Basel in Switzerland – has just opened its doors.
It features pieces from nearly 300
Spidey made a dramatic entrance at the world premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man in Tokyo.
The superhero – this time played by American English
As Spain battles to get its banks back into the black, the country’s government is appealing for calm.
Madrid has had its sovereign debt rating cut
Anna Miranda, euronews: War, armed conflict, torture, catastrophe… how to alleviate human suffering? Is humanitarian diplomacy gaining in efficiency
Tourism in Greece had earnings down 15 percent in the first three months of the year, and on the eve of its desperate elections tourists are clearly
Ten thousand jobs are set to be cut at global mibile phone company Nokia as the company’s shares fell to their lowest since 1996.
There was a very modern setting in Salzburg for the production of Handel’s opera, Julius Caesar in Egypt.
The power struggle between Cleopatra and
A dozen protesters have been arrested in Bulgaria after they campaigned against a controversial new forestry law.
Several hundred activists clashed
Exhaust emissions could become a public health issue on the same scale as passive smoking after the World Health Organization said diesel fumes do
Germany gave the Dutch a lesson in clinical football with midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger and on-song striker Mario Gomez at the heart of their
Spaniards every day protest against eviction from homes – homes bought on credit – credit under terms their banks convinced them were within their
Turkey’s presidential office has labelled the death of former head of state Turgut Ozal in 1993 “suspicious” and called for an
German police have launched a nationwide crackdown on a group of radical Islamists known as Salafists.
Officers raided 70 properties in Berlin
Spain’s borrowing costs have shattered euro-era records. The yield on 10-year bonds hit 7 percent on Thursday morning. The move comes after ratings
The violence in Syria continues unabated on a day when the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights announced as many a 14,000 people have
Greece’s jobless rate has soared to record figures. Data showed that 22.6 percent were out of work in the first quarter of 2012. That’s a rise from