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After an entry under cover of darkness early Monday morning, French and Malian forces now say the town of Diabaly is secure and they are
As the great and the good arrive in the postcard-pretty Swiss mountain resort of Davos for the World Economic Forum, scepticism is rife and many
“This generation of Americans has been tested by crises that steeled our resolve and proved our resilience.”
“A decade of war is now ending, an
Of the 37 foreigners killed during the Algerian gas plant siege seven were Japanese nationals, three remain unaccounted for.
The prospects for Europe’s largest economy have improved and any slow down will be short lived.
That upbeat assessment for Germany comes in the
US President Barack Obama was on Capitol Hill where he took the public oath of office for his second term.
Along with all the state pomp and
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden have been publicly sworn in for their second terms in Washington.
And, once again, the
Algeria’s Prime Minister has been detailing events during the hostage crisis at the gas plant in the desert town of In Amenas.
The defeat of the ruling coalition in Lower Saxony’s state election on Sunday was by the narrowest of margins; the SPD’s Stefan Weil along with the
This is allegedly the mastermind behind the In Amenas gas facility attack in Algeria.
Now one of the world’s most wanted men, who is Mokhtar
What causes the violent explosions on the Sun’s surface and our communication systems to occasionally go down?
How do the Sun’s mysterious magnetic
The first meeting of 2013 of the Eurogroup of finance ministers was the last for Jean-Claude Juncker.
The prime minister of Luxembourg, and as such
A small group of protesters clashed with police on Monday as Dutch troops arrived in the NATO airbase at Incirlik in Turkey, in the south-east.
Versace kicked off Paris couture week with a colourful and luxurious collection awash in fluorescent hues and real 24-carat gold accents. Kevin
French and Malian armoured columns have rolled unopposed into the central Malian town of Diabaly which was taken by Islamist fighters a week
Around 200 Eritrean soldiers with two tanks have surrounded the Ministry of Information in the capital Asmara, regional diplomatic sources said on
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A new study by the American Assembly, a non-partisan research centre at Columbia University, brings fresh insights into
Turning Moscow into a global financial centre is the reasoning behind plans by the Moscow Exchange to float, a move which could raise around 380
Star-spangled banners, tight security and crowd barriers. All preparations for US President Barack Obama’s public inauguration.
Up to 800,000 are
A fast-track court in New Delhi has begun the trial of five men accused of the rape and murder on a bus of a 23 year-old physiotherapy student in
“The Statue of Hope” at the English Cemetery in Florence is having a 3D scan to analyse the stone prior to having a high-tech clean. The laser
Freezing temperatures and heavy snow continue to batter parts of Europe, causing further travel chaos.
At Frankfurt airport, 27% of flights have
Security sources say a column of French and
Malian armoured personnel carriers and supply trucks moved north into the central Malian town of Diabaly
Crowdfunding is a way of financing a business venture: small contributions from dozens, if not hundreds of investors via social networking sites for
Three of four smash hits in 2011 ensured a bumper year for French cinema. Asterix and Obélix: God Save Britannia was one of them. The other three box
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu looks on course for a third successive term in office. But it’s tight.
Polls show declining support for
Officials in Brussels admit it is a problem they must tackle: how to close the big distance between the European Union and its citizens. In these
The European Commission has launched a series of public meetings across the EU as part of a plan to try to get closer to the people, to encourage
On the question of how to close the distance between the EU and its citizens, and to get them to fully use their European rights, Euronews spoke to
US President Barack Obama began his second term, taking the oath of office in an intimate ceremony in the ornate White House Blue Room.