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Violence has broken out in Chile following a massive rally in support of calls to reform the country’s education laws.
The clashes erupted after
Tensions are running high between Bucharest and Budapest following the suspicious death of a Romanian man at a police station in Hungary.
A Catalonian court ruling has sparked a row over what version of Spanish is taught in the country’s schools.
Until now, all students in the region
Disputes over whether or not the ball has crossed the line in English Premier League matches will be a thing of the past starting next season.
A day after UEFA announced stricter measures to deal with racism in football, Russian officials announced the introduction of a new ‘Fans Law’ to
Thousands of people in Spain are suffering from the cruel experience of having the banks repossess their homes and yet are still stuck with repaying
Accustomed to sleeping under the stars, Christopher Knight – the man dubbed the ‘North Pond Hermit’ – is now behind bars in the US following his
A global entertainment phenomenon, a mega-star tenor, a crossover champion – Andrea Bocelli is all of these and much more. With sales exceeding 80
France’s Grand Rabbi, the leader of the country’s Jewish community, has resigned.
Gilles Bernheim left his post with immediate effect after
The North pole – quite simply the top of the world.
A stunning but desolate landscape. Somewhere you would expect to find the occasional explorer
The US Senate has voted to open talks on Obama’s bill to curb gun violence.
It is one small step, but it is the furthest proposals on gun control
The Syrian Air Force is deliberately targeting civilians as well as launching indiscriminate attacks against non combatants, according to Human
Drummer Stickboy, guitarist Fingers and bassist Bones are all robots, made out of scrap metal by the engineers at Kernschrottrobots and currently
With the size of the messy bailout for Cyprus increasing, the island’s fiscal fate tops the agenda as the eurozone’s 17 finance ministers gather in
As tensions continue to rise between North and South Korea, many tourists appear undaunted by the North’s rhetoric and continue with their trips as
Italy’s coastguard says its rescued nearly 500 migrants in 24 hours off the Sicilian coast after receiving several distress calls.
Tepco, the operators of Japan’s stricken Fukushima nuclear plant, say they are scrambling to build more tanks to safely store radioactive water after
The UN has said it is increasingly concerned about the spread of a new strain of bird flu in China.
It follows the death of another person
North Korea’s development of nuclear weapons has been condemned in the “strongest possible terms” by G8 Foreign Ministers.
At the meeting in
As French stars invaded London for the festival Rendez-vous with French Cinema, euronews spoke to the darling of both British and French cinemas
The United Kingdom has the presidency of G8 this year. Eight foreign ministers and an EU representative have the opportunity to discuss a wide range
The MIPTV Fair has been held in Cannes and spotlit the latest developments in television. High definition television (4K) and 3D attracted lots of
A left wing regional government in Spain has approved a law that will stop banks from repossessing homes from the most needy people, even if there is
Japan has joined South Korea in raising its alert levels in prospect of North Korea launching an attack.
Both countries say there are increasing
Korean Air has taken a forty four percent stake in Czech Airlines (CSA).
That provides a financial lifeline for the state-owned carrier which was
Four Japanese carmakers – Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Mazda – are recalling a total of 3.4 million vehicles worldwide to fix faulty airbags.
A new record for unemployment in Greece.
It was 27.2 percent of the workforce in January – up from 25.7 percent in December.
The speed of the
In London, the “Rendez-Vous” with French Cinema” provided a feast for film fans, and an opportunity to promote movies from across the
Five Jewish women have been arrested at Jerusalem’s sacred Western Wall for wearing prayer shawls and praying out loud in defiance of a court order