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Cuban president Raul Castro has pointed to a gradual transfer of power to the younger generation.
The 82-year-old was speaking at the 60th
Bulgaria’s prime minister has vowed to stay in power despite daily anti-government protests demanding his resignation that are now into their seventh
The Kalamata International Dance Festival has completed another year to wide acclaim.
The festival – which is the best known such event in Greece
Ariel Castro, the man accused of raping and holding three women captive in his Ohio home has agreed to a plea deal which means he will spend the rest
At least 39 people have been killed and 100 injured after two bombs exploded at a busy market in Pakistan.
Two suicide bombers riding motorcycles
At midday on Friday another minute’s silence was held in Santiago de Compostela for the victims of the train disaster – one of many that took place
A minute’s silence has been held to remember the 78 people who died in one of Spain’s worst train crashes.
Another 32 are in a critical condition
It’s the end of an era, as production of Ford’s workhorse – the Transit van – shifts from Britain to Turkey with the loss of hundreds of jobs.
Argentina’s Gerardo Martino has been officially unveiled as the new manager of Barcelona on Friday.
The 50 year old, who has signed a two-year
Clashes have erupted as supporters and opponents of deposed president Mohammed Mursi came face to face on the streets of Alexandria.
Bulgaria’s prime minister pledged on Friday to stay in power despite daily street protests demanding his resignation, but said his government’s lack
Samsung enjoyed a 47.5 percent rise in operating profit in the quarter from April to June. It was a record at the equivalent of 6.44 billion euros
An anniversary to mark the Christianisation of the kingdom of Kievan Rus, 1,025 years ago has been stirring tensions in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv. It
The eurozone just got some good news. Private industry in the monetary union expanded for the first time in more than a year, boosting hopes that the
Pope Francis made his first foreign trip as pope to Brazil to celebrate World Youth Days there. France 3 was there covering the visit among the media
It has been revealed that an opposition politician assassinated in Tunisia was shot with the same gun used to kill the opposition party leader
The fight between the Marvel and DC characters has been going on for years: who are the mightier superheroes? In terms of box office sales, Marvel is
Serbia’s Viktor Troicki has vowed to appeal against his 18-month ban from tennis for refusing to provide a blood sample for a drug test at this
Ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn is to face trial on pimping charges.
The 64-year-old former French Presidential hopeful has been under
The driver of a train that crashed in northwestern Spain has been officially detained by Spanish police.
Francisco Jose Garzon Amo is still in
Brinkmanship reaches fever pitch in Egypt as supporters of deposed President Mohammed Mursi took to the streets demanding he be
As he completed a US tour with the Rolling Stones, rock and roll superstar Mick Jagger turned 70, and despite years of hard living, the wrinkly
A video has emerged on YouTube of what could be the first homemade all-plastic rifle to be constructed using a 3D printer.
The video appears to
EuroNews met Klaus Regling, Managing Director of the European Stability Mechanism, at the ESM headquarter in Luxembourg. Regling confirms: “If Greece
The nose. It belongs to Karine Vinchon-Spehner, one of the great French perfume creators, a real artist in the fragile world of fragrances. Her
Air France-KLM has unveiled major new cost-cutting measures.
The airline said they would come in in the Autumn and would include voluntary
Greece is set to get its next batch of rescue loans. Officials working for eurozone finance ministers have signed off on the payment to be
Movies have sometimes tried to depict the history of slavery; controversial visual images can be one way to inform young people, but are schools and
Around 50 people, including politicians and lawyers, have been arrested in Rome in what is being described as the largest ever crackdown on the mafia
Egypt’s deposed president, Mohamed Mursi, is being detained for 15 days over his relationship with Palestinian group Hamas and a range of other