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A topless protest in central Tunis by three women in a show of solidarity has now cost them a four month jail sentence each. It was “an attack on
A jobless bus driver in the US has pleaded not guilty to charges of kidnap and rape over the decade-long abduction of three young women in Ohio
Euronews has met with the president of the European Broadcasting Union, an alliance of public service media organisations.
In an interview with
With a trade war brewing between Europe and China, protectionism is back in the headlines as Brussels lodged a complaint with the World Trade
The president of Portugal Cavaco Silva has called for changes in the role of the troika and how the reform programmes are managed in his country. He
Inter Milan’s veteran captain Javier Zanetti has been given a one-year contract extension despite facing months on the sidelines with an archilles
The one-year countdown to the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil began on Wednesday as organisers unveiled the official clock marking the time remaining
Despite all his amazing dribbling skills on the pitch, world player of the year Lionel Messi appears to have dropped the ball off the
Fifties nostalgia has swept Paris as a temporary drive-in style cinema took over the Grand Palais.
Just off the Champs Elysees fortunate film fans
The West knows him as “the Ayatollah”, although the veracity of the religious title is debatable. So is the way the ruling system has tailored it
Protesters have gathered outside the Greek embassy in Brussels to voice their anger at the government’s decision to pull the plug on state
The Turkish prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has met a group of public figures in Ankara to discuss the two-week old uprising around the
Search and rescue teams have been wading through flood waters in eastern Romania. A three-year-old is missing and his uncle dead after a surge of
Hacktivist group Anonymous posted a video on YouTube warning the Greek government of their intention to launch a cyber-attack on state websites
Stretching 310 metres into the sky, Dubai has officially opened the world’s highest twisted tower in the prestigious Marina district.
Hundreds of assault rifles, hand guns, bazookas and ammunition have been destroyed in Bosnia. Authorities want to reduce the number of illegal arms
10.5 million children around the world are working in dangerous sometimes even slave-like conditions according to estimates.
On the World Day
Demand for child sex abuse material is at an all time high, with more than half of all explicit content being hosted in Europe. Several high profile
More signs of recovery in the UK job market as fewer Britons claimed unemployment benefit in May than at any time in the last two years.
The Chief Executive of French telecoms company Orange, Stephane Richard, has been charged with fraud.
Richard was in hospital suffering from
Edward Snowden, who revealed details of the US government’s top secret domestic surveillance programme earlier this month, has been speaking about
A short walk after each meal could prevent older people developing type-2 diabetes, an American study has found.
Researchers at George Washington
Greek public TV station ERT is making the news but has been denied the chance to broadcast it. There is a vast reservoir of support for the workers
As demonstrations continue in Athens over the sudden closure of state broadcaster ERT, opposition political parties and unions are urging the
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The sudden shut down of Greece’s public broadcaster ERT’s came as a shock to many Greeks in the country and around the world.
Argentinian footballer Lionel Messi is being investigated by Spanish authorities for alleged tax fraud.
Along with his father, Jorge, Messi is
Thousands of protesters marched in Moscow, calling for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s resignation and the release of activists facing long jail
About 100 activists gathered in Seoul on Wednesday to express their outrage at North Korea for cancelling the first high-level talks in two years