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Greek opposition leader Alexis Tsipras was one of the few European representatives in Caracas for President Chavez’s funeral. Our correspondent
The Kenyan election commission says it will announce the result of last Monday’s presidential poll on Saturday morning.
With most votes counted
Police officers in several Egyptian cities have been on strike, protesting that they are not adequately equipped to deal with the unrest that’s been
In this edition of Europe’s Weekly: we take a look at the UK’s lonely fight to stop an EU-backed cap on bankers bonuses; Lativa applies to join the
The voters of Switzerland have spoken out against multi-million franc executive pay. The Swiss people are happy, but the country’s business
At the funeral ceremony of President Hugo Chavez, Vice-President Nicolas Maduro laid a replica of the sword of 19th century independence leader
In 1963 Ferruccio Lamborghini founded the famed car company of the same name, in Sant’Agata Bolognese, a village in Northern Italy’s “motor land”
Fitch cut Italy’s sovereign credit rating on Friday.
It was reduced from A-minus to BBB-plus with a negative outlook.
The rating agency said
Will the Hugo Chavez cult die out now that the charismatic president is dead?
His death has propelled Venezuela into a period of uncertainty
Tunisia’s new prime minister, Ali Larayedh, has named a new coalition government to run the country until elections later this year.
The founding father of abstract art has been honoured in Brussels.
Works by Wassily Kandinsky are being shown at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of
A Lebanese player has been banned for a year after assaulting a referee in Beirut on Thursday.
Bachir Awasa was kicked and chased across the field
The head of the International Monetary Fund has said the European Central Bank should cut interest rates and allow higher inflation.
It has been a day of industrial action all over Europe.
In Belgium, hundreds of steel workers blocked border crossings to and from neighbouring
After Friday prayers in Jerusalem clashes broke out between Israeli security forces and Palestinian protesters just outside the al-Aqsa
In the gender equality stakes, Sweden is rated highly. But some Swedes feel it’s being taken to extremes. It has the highest proportion of working
The US labour market continues to show steady improvement with employers there substantially stepped up hiring.
A total of 236,000 new jobs were
After days of meetings in semi-secrecy, the Vatican says it will announce later on Friday the start date of the conclave to elect a new pope.
Roman Catholic cardinals gathered in the Vatican have announced that the conclave to choose a new pope will begin after the morning mass, on Tuesday
International Women’s Day was celebrated around the world on Friday with each country sharing its own message.
In India where several high profile
Several members of a UN observer force near the Israeli occupied Golan Heights have been moved from their isolated position, after 21 colleagues were
China’s exports soared in February. They were up by over 20 percent from the same month last year – much higher than had been forecast.
Counting in Kenya’s presidential election looks set to go down to the wire, with the prospect of a run-off in April becoming a distinct
North Korean broadcaster KRT has released a documentary film showing leader Kim Jong Un inspecting military bases and observing exercises over a
In Myanmar, the opposition party of Aung San Suu Kyi is holding its first ever congress 25 years after it was founded.
The National League for
Cinema Made in Italy is a London festival showcasing Italian films.
It includes ‘Magnifica Presenza’ directed by Ferzan Ozpetek, which is about a
Good Luck Charlie star, Bridgit Mendler, has released her first single, “Ready or Not”. It is from her forthcoming album “Hello My Name Is…”
North Korea has released video of its leader, Kim Jong-Un, inspecting troops near its border with the South.
The reclusive country has also ended
In this edition of Reporter, euronews travels to Cuba to talk to the people about the impact of reform on their lives.
We meet a mountain guide