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A Dutch man has been arrested in Spain in connection with a cyber-attack against an international company that filters out spam emails called
Two people have been killed and at least ten injured after a block of apartments collapsed in the northern French city of Reims.
The accident at
A six year old girl in a critical condition is in the intensive care unit of a New Delhi hospital after being sexually assaulted when she went to use
Gunmen surrounded Libya’s foreign ministry in a protest against officials who worked for former leader Muammar Gaddafi’s.
The protesters were
The owner of the eight-story building that collapsed in Bangladesh has been arrested at the border trying to flee to India.
Mohammed Sohel Rana
The two parties widely blamed for the collapse of Iceland’s economy five years ago will form the next government.
Polling 26.7 percent in
First the confusion…then the reaction. After a man was arrested for shooting and injuring two national military police, known as carabinieri
Following the shooting of two police officers while Italy’s new government was being sworn in, euronews spoke to Deputy Editor-in-Chief of TM news
Two police officers were shot and wounded as the new Italian government was being sworn in.
The two men are members of Italy’s national military
Waiters test their speed and agility in annual race through Buenos Aires.
The German town of Pforzheim plays host to the annual beard and moustache championships.
A lone gunman has attacked two carabinieri outside the government headquarters in Italy. One was shot in the leg, the other in the neck. He is said
Italy’s presidential palace played host to the swearing-in of the country’s newly formed cabinet.
President Giorgio Napolitano, himself only
At least four people are killed and dozens are injured as attacks on election gatherings in Karachi continue for the third consecutive day.
A man was arrested after shooting and wounding two police officers outside the Italian prime minister’s office in central Rome. One of the wounded
A Mississippi-based martial arts teacher has been charged in connection with poison-laced letters sent to US President Barack Obama and a
Ukraine’s presidential pardon commission has said it is too soon to consider pardoning opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko as there are criminal
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has been transferred to a hospital in Paris after suffering a minor stroke on Saturday.
State media has
After two months of political wrangling, newly-appointed Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta has formed a new cabinet.
He brings together his own
Five years after Iceland’s centre-right parties presided over the country’s spectacular economic collapse, early figures give them a comfortable lead
France’s first gay marriage fair has been held in Paris, just four days after it became the 14th country to legalise the ceremony for same-sex
Anti-War protesters have been demonstrating outside a British air base which is being used as a control point for drones used in Afghanistan.
Anger against those responsible for a building collapse that killed hundreds in Bangladesh has boiled over into street clashes.
Police with tear