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A group of about 100 Salafist Muslims and conservative Islamist groups have organised a protest outside the French embassy in Giza, Egypt.
Heavy snow in Great Britain led to air and rail chaos on Friday. Hundreds of flights were cancelled and airports closed, and several main line
Australia continues to sizzle as high summer dries the bush and temperatures hit new records. Sydney has gone through the previous high, setting a
Rome’s Colosseum has revealed more of its hidden treasures following a deep clean of a passage closed off for decades. Under traffic grime and
A distraught man carrying a wounded child through rubble and shouting “innocent children, innocent children” is the opening image on one of several
Algeria is the third largest supplier of natural gas to Europe after Russia and Norway, so the attack on the In Amenas gas plant has sparked some
Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem is set to be named as the new head of the Eurogroup on Monday.
He’ll take over from Luxembourg’s
Alexis Pinturault highlighted his emerging talent by winning his second world cup race of the season in a super combined event in Wengen
Hostages freed from the besieged gas plant in Algeria during the military operation have been speaking about their experiences.
In the nearby town
Against the backdrop of an unfolding hostage drama in Algeria, euronews spoke to Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the secretary general of NATO.
Kim Dotcom’s Mega service is set to go live on Saturday, and the internet entrepreneur has taken to Twitter to tell users what they can
There was enthusiastic applause for German chancellor, Angela Merkel in Lower Saxony. She was visiting the region to support Lower Saxony’s state
Much remains unclear in the ongoing hostage crisis at the In Amenas gas plant in Algeria, now ringed with tanks and troops.
What we do know is the
Washington is gearing up for a weekend of celebration and pageantry ahead of Barack Obama’s inauguration for a second presidential term on
Renault says it will return to sales growth this year.
That pledge came as the French carmaker announced a 6.3 percent fall in sales last year
EU countries will no longer be able to issue lifetime paper driving licences from Saturday.
They will gradually be replaced with a common European
Russian doctors say the Bolshoi ballet’s artistic director may lose his eyesight following an acid attack outside his Moscow home.
Sergei Filin was
Armstrong’s admissions to Oprah Winfrey are more confirmation than confession.
Alarm bells about his use of illegal drugs and treatments have been
China’s economy grew at its slowest pace since 1999 last year, but it seems to have avoided a sharp economic slowdown – or “hard landing”.
Louis Vuitton continues on its journey to far flung destinations for its menswear collection at Paris Fashion Week. Designer Kim Jones took to the
The Sundance Film Festival is underway in Park City, a ski-resort in Utah.
The festival created by actor Robert Redford in 1985 now features over
The Philippines’ Foreign Affairs department has confirmed that one of its nationals was wounded while escaping with a Japanese colleague before the
The Malian army says it has regained “total control” of the town of Konna in the centre of the country, whose capture by Islamists eight days ago
At first glance the D Cappuccino cafe in Cairo looks like any other fashionable western style espresso bar. You’ll find them in most cities across
Using waste to launder dirty money. That’s what Italian prosecutors believe is going on Romania. The money in question is the so-called treasure of
The Spanish government is to offer low-rent housing to vulnerable families who have had their own homes repossessed.
Officials hope the homes will
The new European driving licence is here
On Saturday January 19, a new driving licence will come in to use in the EU. The plastic credit card-sized
NASA has turned the Mona Lisa into the first digital image to be transmitted via laser beam from Earth to a spacecraft in lunar orbit using
It is a desert storm that has killed and sparked diplomatic fury. Families are mourning others remain in the dark as to the fate of their loved ones
There is a new era of hope opening up for footballers in Somalia who are taking back sporting facilities after al-Shabaab extremists were driven out