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Denmark are the hottest favourites for years at the bookmakers, but all 26 competitors know they are just hours away from the most important three
Human rights activists have visited what Syrian rebels described as abandoned government prisons in which they alleged detainees were
state of the union
International donors meet in Brussels with a view to raising funds for Mali; French President François Hollande calls in on the European Commission
Greenpeace are threatening to sue the Belgian government. The leading environmental activist network is threatening legal action after Belgium’s
In Britain the inquest into the death of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko is in doubt after crucial evidence was ruled too ‘sensitive’ on grounds
France’s constitutional court has cleared the way for allowing same-sex marriage and adoption. President Francois Hollande has promised to sign the
Lawyers for executives of the French breast implant firm PIP have denied fraud. On the final day of the trial, they claimed they never knowingly made
The former chairman of Caja Madrid, jailed on Thursday following an investigation into banking irregularities,has been freed.
Considered a flight
Russia is reported to have sent advanced anti-ship missiles to Syria, despite pleas from Washington and elsewhere to stop supplying President
It was not unexpected – late on Friday the Fitch ratings agency downgraded Slovenia’s long-term foreign currency rating to BBB + from A minus.
The former dictator who led Argentina during its bloodiest period, Jorge Rafael Videla has died in prison aged 87.
Videla was jailed in 2010 for
At their latest meeting, Eurozone finance ministers have been trying to boost confidence in the European finance sector. They also released the first
Italy’s coalition government is to freeze a controversial property tax, abolish the double salary received by government ministers who are also
With international pressure increasing on efforts to end the two-year-long conflict, Iran – which maintains strong connections with President
In Georgia, a rally for International Day Against Homophobia has been dramatically bombarded by priests and thousands of anti-gay protesters. Wearing
The neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party is at the centre of another political row in Greece after one of its MPs was expelled from parliament amid cries of
Angelina Jolie brought into the open an effective and yet little-known medical-surgical procedure this week, when she shared her own experience
Turkish police have the man they believe to be the prime suspect in the double car bombing which killed more than 50 people near the Syrian border in
Euronews visited the Shatila refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon. The camp, made up of slum-like apartment blocks, is home to some 16,000 refugees; most
Social media is extremely popular, especially with young people. As a result the education world is exploring how that success can be used in the
Bookmakers have installed Denmark as their favourites to win Saturday’s Eurovision Song Contest.
The Danish entry, Only Teardrops by Emmelie de
French police say jewels due to be lent to film stars at the Cannes Film Festival have been stolen from a hotel room.
Worth more than three
For the first time in a year and a half, car sales in Europe rose, but without an almost 15 percent increase in Britain they would have been negative
Jorge Rafael Videla, an austere former army commander who led Argentina during the bloodiest days of its Dirty War dictatorship and was unrepentant
She is the Moroccan woman at the centre of a sex scandal involving former Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi.
In court, Karima el-Mahroug
Turkey’s economy has been given a boost with an upgrade by the Moody’s ratings agency.
Shares rose in Istanbul on Friday and the country’s cost of
Dell has reported a 79 percent slump in quarterly profit as personal computer sales continued to slide, with people moving to smartphones and
By granting greater autonomy to Serbian municipalities in northern Kosovo, the EU-brokered accord between Belgrade and Pristina sets a precedent in
Hundreds of textile factories in Bangladesh have reopened after protests over pay and working conditions in the wake of last month’s deadly building