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There was a lockdown on a US college campus as three people, including two students were injured during a shooting in Texas.
The latest incident
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won a third term by convincing enough of his fellow Israelis that he has the challenges in the right order.
Dutch international Wesley Sneijder has completed his move from Inter Milan to Galatasaray for a fee of €7.5million after passing a club medical at
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s rightist Likud-Beitenu party looks set for re-election with a reduced majority, according to exit polls. Leftist
Reports from Texas say three people have been injured in a shooting at a US college indicating one of those hurt may have been the shooter.
No smoke without fire as thousands of tobacco retailers take to the streets of Brussels to protest against the European Commission’s proposed
A stark warning for Westerners comes as Mohamed al-Zawahiri, a former senior member in the Egyptian Salafist jihadist movement, speaking to euronews
In the Malian city of Diabaly, life is slowly returning to normal following French-Malian military efforts to regain control of the key town from
The leaders of France and Germany celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Elysee ‘friendship’ Treaty with a joint ceremony in Berlin.
People in Kiev are marking Unity and Liberty Day, which symbolises the unification of Ukrainian lands.
A human chain formed across the Paton Bridge
Will profits keep ticking up for top-end watch makers?
That is the big question dominating the Geneva watch fair – the first major luxury goods
It’s voting time in Israel, as people come forward to vote for the 19th Knesset – the state’s next parliament. Elections results will be available in
Ex-Liberian president Charles Taylor could face a tougher sentence as his appeal is heard in the Hague. Prosecutors have asked for his 50 year
Dozens of pilots in the departure lounge at Frankfurt airport staged a protest over new EU legislation which they claim could keep them on duty for
A small number of gay rights activists have staged a kissing protest outside the Russian parliament in opposition to a Kremlin bill, which will make
A chemical factory in north-western France has caused a real stink across the channel. A gas leak has affected thousands from Paris to London. It has
In Athens protesters gathered outside the state controlled power company PPC. They’re angry at power cuts in homes where residents have failed to pay
The Bolshoi ballet has unveiled the choreographer who will head the company in the absence of Sergei Filin. Galina Stepanenko was unveiled to the
Three deadly blasts have rocked Baghdad leaving 17 dead and dozens wounded.
A suicide bomber attacked an army base in Taji to the north of the
Job centres are set to get fuller worldwide.
The International Labour Organisation’s annual report, makes familiar grim reading.
As it has at
The venue for the start to the day’s discussions, speeches and celebrations of the Franco-German relationship was the French Embassy in Berlin
Tourism in Egypt is suffering from insecurity, two years after the Arab Spring revolution here. These days, there are sometimes more rent-a-camel
A council in Ireland has voted to back a motion allowing some people to drive while above the legal alcohol limit.
Kerry County Council will now
If you are worried about finding a job or your family is struggling to pay the bills, the European Year of Citizens might have passed you by.
Favourite to win, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pledged to continue controversial settlement building on the West Bank.
Israelis have been voting in a general election that looks set to take the country further to the right.
The outcome is widely expected to bring
At Paris Fashion week, the Iris Van Herpen autumn/winter couture show kicked off with an electrifying performance by a living statue shooting what
New drama Flight, directed by Robert Zemeckis, has been premiered in London. The star, Denzel Washington, was on the red carpet saying that he
Kiera contacted the Irish support group Termination for Medical Reasons after losing her baby. Here she tells euronews her story and why she believes
Are two aircraft on the tarmac of Moscow airport the first visual sign Russia expects President Bashar al-Assad’s regime to fall?
The giant jets