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Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta has won a confidence vote in the Senate, the country’s upper house of parliament. A hefty majority of Senators
Microsoft’s co-founder Bill Gates is reportedly under pressure from some of the company’s leading investors to step down as chairman.
With France recently in the firing line over its forced eviction of Roma people, Euronews went to visit Saint-Josse in Brussels, one of the Belgian
Greenpeace activists have been charged with piracy in a Moscow court after protesting against Russian oil drilling in the Arctic.
They could face
An exhibition to celebrate Brazil’s record five World Cup triumphs opened this week in Rio De Janeiro.
The memorabilia on display includes boots
Human rights organisation Amnesty International has released a report on the civil unrest in Turkey this summer that is critical of the police use of
Best-selling novelist Tom Clancy has died in a Baltimore hospital, according to US media reports.
Representatives for Clancy were not immediately
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi says the eurozone economy remains on track for a slow recovery.
Speaking at a news conference in Paris
The chronic illness of Italian politics is instability. Since the 2005 revamp of the electoral law, Italy has seen five prime ministers come and go
With Ukraine, one of the most ambitious deals the European Union has ever negotiated is being prepared for final signature in November: the Deep and
Just over half of Europeans believe that austerity policies in the EU have failed, according to a new survey published on Wednesday.
The number of people registered with Spain’s job centres rose in September for the first time in seven months.
The total of those out of work was
Three of the senior members of the far-right Golden Dawn party arrested on Saturday for belonging to a criminal organisation have been released on
There is alarm among homeless people in Hungary over a new law passed this week that critics say criminalises sleeping rough in some areas.
The second part of director Peter Jackson’s lengthy adaptation of Tolkein’s The Hobbit is to be released in December, obviously aiming for the
Sarah Burton has presented her spring summer 2014 womens wear collection for Alexander McQueen. At Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld talked about his optimistic
Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta has won a decisive victory in a confidence vote on his government in the Senate.
Earlier, Silvio Berlusconi
The European Central Bank has kept the cost of borrowing unchanged.
At their regular meeting – this month held in Paris – ECB policymakers decided
Alexandre Coffre’s new film is a road movie about a bitterly divorced couple trying to get to Greece for their daughter’s wedding. It is not a
After taking on Tojo and Hitler American WWII veterans were not letting any Washington shutdown prevent them from visiting their fallen comrades war
Researchers at the Wageningen University in the Netherlands are growing plants in soil which has the same composition as soil found on Mars and on
Greenpeace says five activists held in Russia have been charged with piracy over a recent protest against the country’s first offshore oil rig in the
There has been high drama in Italian Senate.
Just as Prime Minister Enrico Letta’s coalition was due to face a crucial confidence vote, Silvio
A woman who became trapped in deep silt beside the Yellow River was rescued by firefighters on Monday in the Wenxian County of central China’s Henan
Video images filmed on a mobile phone show some of the first evidence of the destruction inside the mall and suggest there was widespread looting in
Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta has faced the Italian Senate asking it to back him or sack him and his coalition government. He spoke ahead of a
The US government remains partially paralysed for the second day running on Wednesday with no sign of a breakthrough in the budget deadlock.
Brazil midfielder Ramires scored twice as Chelsea bounced back to winning ways in the Champions League with a 4-0 matchday two victory over Steaua
Police in Brazil used stun guns and tear gas to disperse crowds during a protest in Rio de Janeiro. Teachers were holding a rally to demand better