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US President Barack Obama has urged Congress to get behind plans to overhaul the immigration system.
A new proposal includes offering a route to
A former Ukrainian police officer has been jailed for life for the murder of an investigative journalist 12 years ago.
Police General Oleksiy
At the sight of a 30-metre wave rushing towards shore, many people would be forgiven for wanting to swim very quickly the other way. Hawaiian surfer
Rows of men allegedly executed have appeared in videos uploaded to the Internet by activists opposed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
A report in the mainstream Turkish newspaper Hurriyet claims Kurdish militants are ready to stop hostilities next month under a fledgling peace
The International community has pledged some 340 million euros to help bring stability and security to Mali.
But the donors’ conference, held in
Demonstrators in favour, demonstrators against, both sides in the debates surrounding gay marriage in France have been promoting and defending their
Following weeks of mass demonstrations both for and against legalising gay marriage and adoptions, the French parliament has started debating the
As the World Trade Organisation started to look for a new head, it was also struggling to remain relevant after repeated failures to revive global
French lesbian couples are heading to Belgium to sidestep their country’s domestic ban on assisted reproductive technology.
Since July 2007
Three European civil servants unions in Brussels have issued a strike notice for February 5, ahead of the European Council meeting on February 7-8
After weeks of speculation, Italian international Mario Balotelli has agreed a four-and-a-half year deal to join AC Milan from Manchester City.
Thousands of screaming Malian fans flooded the streets of Bamako on Monday to celebrate after their national side drew 1-1 against Congo to reach the
In Washington almost three years ago, hundreds of thousands of demonstrators demanded citizenship for the some eleven million immigrants in the
In the absence of French or African soldiers, it appears to be payback time for suspect Islamic militants in Gao.
Local youths, known as the
A former Ukrainian police officer has been jailed for life for the murder of a campaigning journalist Georgiy Gongadze in 2000.
Italy’s coast guard service has been looking for a missing F-16 US fighter jet off the country’s Adriatic coast.
Italian and US aircraft are also
The final countdown to Cyprus’ presidential election on February 17 has begun and the main contenders for the job are crossing swords over the
Local people in Port Said alerted euronews correspondent Mohammed Shaikhibrahim to the presence of a nearby sniper.
There was much pointing and
Desperate times call for desperate measures – like the French selling their vintage wines.
The city of Dijon, which is best know for its fine
Egyptian military chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has warned that political strife could lead to the collapse of the state.
As the country faces
Autopsies are part of the daily routine here at the Timone hospital in Marseille. In fact the morgue here examines some 650 bodies in the course of a
A protest against planned job losses at ArcelorMittal has led to clashes between riot police and workers in Belgium’s Wallonian capital of Namur
As US Federal Reserve policymakers hold their latest meeting, they are paying close attention to risks linked to the Fed’s bond buying.
Two hundred years ago the public first got their hands on Jane Austen’s classic novel, “Pride and Prejudice” and centuries later its popularity
Starring Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann “This is 40” is a so-called “soft-sequel” to the 2007 romantic comedy “Knocked Up” with Rudd and Mann reprising
At least three people more people died in overnight violence in Egypt, bringing the official total to more than 50 in recent days.
Most have been
Philips Chief Executive Frans van Houten is continuing his efforts to focus on its more profitable home appliances and healthcare operations.
PSA Peugeot Citroen says a court ruling over 8,000 job cuts will delay but not halt them.
The Paris Appeal Court has ordered a temporary
Israel’s health ministry has admitted to injecting female Ethiopian Jewish immigrants with a birth control drug in an effort to reduce their