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euronews spoke with Father Mike Rogers, an American Jesuit priest about the possible origins of the next pontiff.
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Barcelona made a spectacular second leg comeback to beat AC Milan and qualify for the Champions League quarter-finals.
Barca were trailing the
The black smoke that rose from the chimney on the Sistine Chapel on Monday evening signalled the first day of conclave ending with no decision on who
Cardinals entered the Sistine Chapel to elect a new pope as the Catholic Church finds itself in stormy seas.
The credibility of the church has been
Turnout in European elections has been on the slide in every successive vote since the EU parliament was first directly-elected in 1979.
Small farmers have protested outside the European Parliament to call for a bigger share of EU agricultural funds.
They staged the demonstrations in
The head of Germany’s central bank is warning the eurozone crisis is not over and governments must tackle the roots of their troubles with reforms –
The Hungarian parliament has come in for a fresh barrage of criticism after passing a raft of controversial reforms, which critics say will weaken
No new Pope has been elected after the end of the first day of the conclave of cardinals gathered in the Vatican.
Black smoke was seen to emerge
It still remains an outside possibility, but some insiders are speculating the next pope could be American.
The taboo against an American is an
One hundred and fifty employees of the Bolshoi theatre in Moscow have signed a petition in support of dancer Pavel Dmitrichenko, who allegedly has
After weeks without a government Bulgaria’s president has named career diplomat and former foreign minister Marin Raykov as prime
Serbs are commemorating the murder 10 years ago of the country’s first democratically-elected president, Zoran Djindjic, who was gunned down by a
One of the biggest challenges for the new pope will be to revive the Catholic faith in a world growing ever more secular. He will have to
“No doubt you thought that you could get away with it”. So said the judge to Chris Huhne, Britain’s former energy secretary before being taken by van
The prime suspect in the alleged murder of Alexander Litvinenko in London, Russian member of parliament Andrei Lugovoi, says he will not attend the
The smoke billowing into the Rome sky was neither white, nor black, but pink – to back the argument in favour of women being able to be ordained as
Travellers face chaos across northern Europe as snow has blocked motorways and airports.
Flights between Paris and Frankfurt were cancelled and
Israeli President Shimon Peres called for the Arab League to intervene in Syria in an historic address to the European Parliament on Tuesday.
There’s no smoke without fire. As the Vatican prepares to shut itself away from the outside world completely and elect a new pope, a last mass was
The British government has rejected calls for a tougher approach to bank regulation, including making banks limit how much they can invest
Cartoon Movie is a co-production forum held in the French city of Lyon, aiming to create partnerships and raise funds for European animated films
Security is watertight in the Vatican City for the papal conclave, with sniffer dogs deployed to search for hidden bombs. Because there are not
Snow was back with a vengeance to Europe early this week, as a chilly reminder that winter is not over yet. The cold-snap caused significant travel
CeBIT, in Hanover, Germany, is the the world’s top computer and IT fair. This year around 4,000 exhibitors from 70 different countries got behind the
Volkswagen’s main profit driver – Audi – is suffering from stagnant earnings from slumping demand in its core European markets – where it sells
The UK’s anti-fraud agency has confirmed it is investigating British software firm Autonomy, which has been accused of accounting irregularities by
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has come in for harsh criticism from Iranian MPs after a photo was published showing him consoling the mother of late Venezuelan
Very good news for Japan, which has no natural energy resources of its own, with the first-ever extraction of fuel from submarine methane hydrate
Only three Falkland Islanders voted against the Falklands remaining a British Overseas Territory in the weekend referendum, and there was joy in the