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Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khameini has called on presidential candidates not to make concessions to the West.
Several candidates have
The Czech capital, Prague, has been hit hard by the deluge of flooding in Central Europe and a state of emergency has been declared.
More than 50
Jo Wilfried Tsonga kept alive his country’s hopes of becoming the first home player to win the French Open since Yannick Noah 30 years ago after he
Besiktas is an area of Istanbul only moments away from Taksim square which has been at the centre of the recent unrest. There were clashes here with
The EU says it plans to slap anti-dumping tariffs on imports of Chinese solar panels from Thursday.
Brussels accuses China of selling them
Turkey’s fast growing economy has been the toast of the financial world, there was a recent vote of confidence with a credit rating upgrade from the
A Cairo court has convicted 43 employees of non-governmental organisations (NGO) for working illegally in Egypt.
Of the 43, 16 are American
In spite of the trouble at home, Turkey’s prime minister went ahead with his tour of North African countries. Recep Tayyip Erdogan was in Morocco on
Bollywood has paid tribute to Indian actress Jiah Khan who was found dead in her Mumbai apartment.
Her mother found her hanging at her home, though
Several streets and a subway station in the Ukrainian capital Kiev have been engulfed by rain water.
A storm warning was issued for the city for
With August’s World Athletics Championships in Moscow looming large, Usain Bolt will begin his preparation at Thursday’s Diamond League meeting in
Bayern Munich’s outgoing coach Jupp Heynckes announced on Tuesday he will spend a year away from the game, but fell short of confirming his
Coca cola has announced it will go local in Myanmar.
The drinks giant said it will open the first factory to locally bottle its products in over
Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin has announced his resignation in order to call early elections.
Appointed to the position in 2010 under former leader
War crimes and crimes against humanity have become a daily reality in Syria, according to a UN report.
Though the report accused both sides of
Euronews, Andrei Beketov: From euronews’ studio in Brussels, we welcome Lyudmila Alexeyeva, a human rights campaigner, a leader of the Moscow
Saeed Jalili, of discreet manners and worldly presentation, is also a combat veteran of the Iran-Iraq War of the 1980s, in which he fought with the
Istanbul has been clearing up after four days of violent protests.
The ferocity of Friday’s state crackdown on demonstrators, which began over
The same weight as three elephants, and the same size as a city-bus, the whale shark is the largest fish in the world. In the third part of our
The International Monetary Fund has lowered its growth projections for France, saying the economy is likely to contract by 0.2 percent this year. Its
France has recently come under pressure to change the way it treats businesses – cut red-tape, reduce corporation tax and generally become more
Shopkeepers and street cleaners in Istanbul were clearing up on Tuesday after a fourth day of protests. Clashes continued late into the night on
Large parts of suburban Prague have been submerged by flood water in recent days. Areas to the south and north of the Czech capital were also
Iran’s oil production has reportedly been cut to almost its lowest level in 25 years.
The Financial Times quoted oil traders and industry watchers
The Archbishop of Canterbury has paid tribute to the devotion, duty and self-sacrifice of Queen Elizabeth II as the British monarch and the nation
Turkey’s deputy prime minister has admitted that police treatment towards the original organisers of a protest to save a park in Istanbul was
Queen Elizabeth II has returned to Westminster Abbey 60 years after the original coronation ceremony.
At 87 years of age, she is on track to beat
The eagerly anticipated Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations (MuCEM) opens this week in the southern French city of Marseille, this
Director Nick Murphy’s latest film “Blood” follows two policemen brothers, played by Stephen Graham and Paul Bettany, who kill the suspected murderer