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President Obama has held a news conference about the US government shutdown.
He said he would be willing to talk about any issues once Congress
London and Tehran are to resume some direct diplomatic relations, in another sign that the West is warming to the overtures of Iran’s new
A meeting of EU Justice and Home Affairs ministers in Luxembourg on Tuesday has added Lampedusa tragedy to the agenda.
Arguments remain over
Barack Obama has warned opposition politicians to stop using “threats and extortion” over the ongoing US government shutdown.
Cristina Fernandez, married with President Nestor Kirchner, preferred to call herself First Citizen rather than First Lady. Then in 2007, she was
A Russian court has denied bail to three of 30 people being held in custody after a Greenpeace protest against oil drilling in the Arctic
Graphic health warnings covering 65 percent of cigarette packets sold in the EU, instead of the 75 percent initially proposed by the European
Argentine President Christina Fernandez de Kirchner has undergone surgery to treat bleeding of the brain. The operation took two hours and is
Smart-looking parts of the capital of Azerbaijan show the oil wealth: modern buildings next to proud historical ones, luxury cars and hotels and
Europe is once again at the back of the class with the dunce’s cap on in the latest IMF World Economic report.
It says the developed world is
British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline is to seek regulatory approval for the world’s first malaria vaccine next year. In a trial, it significantly cut
Divers searching the wreck of the Costa Concordia have found what is thought to be the body of an Indian waiter who had been working onboard.
A year after she was was shot in the head by the Taliban for daring to suggest girls should go to school, the story of Malala’s life is hitting the
Michel Platini, President of European football’s governing body, this week, said racism in football was a ‘reflection of society’ and not just an
Peter Higgs of Britain and Francois Englert of Belgium have been awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize for physics.
Both theoretical physicists were among
Euro MPs have rejected calls to class electronic cigarettes as medicine. It means that they can continue to be sold over the counter.
Boxing’s first openly gay fighter Orlando Cruz will get a shot at his first world title this weekend when he takes on two-time featherweight champion
More inspectors will be sent to Syria to help destroy stocks of chemical weapons.
Syria has already begun destroying its chemical arsenal and
In this edition of Focus euronews’ Francois Chignac reports on ecotourism in The Gambia.
“The African continent is known for its wildlife and
The Gambia has many strengths that differentiate it from many tourist destinations. In just six hours flight from major European cities, this small
Dalí, Miró, Breton and Magritte are just some of the artists featuring in a new exhibition in Madrid exploring the connection between the world of
“Not Another Happy Ending” is a Scottish romantic-comedy starring “Doctor Who” actress Karen Gillan.
Directed by John McKay, Gillan plays Jane
Five people have been killed and hundreds of homes destroyed after Typhoon Fitow hit eastern China.
Four people are still missing after winds of
The latest stage in Alcatel-Lucent’s “Shift Plan” to transform the telecom giant’s fortunes is job cuts; 10,000 are to go worldwide from its 72,000
The 379th edition of the traditional autumn Nagasaki Kunchi Festival, opened on Monday, in the western Japanese port city of Nagasaki. Groups from 6
Clashes broke out in Rio de Janeiro on Monday night as striking teachers and their supporters took to the streets.
Organizers rallied thousands in
The captain of the migrant boat that sank of the coast off the Italian island of Lampedusa has been arrested.
Tunisian Bensalem Khaled could face
For the first time in 90 years, women in Turkey are now allowed to wear the Islamic head scarf in the workplace or at university.
It is several years late, but America has a new Ben Franklin hundred-dollar note, with spanking new built-in security features the Federal reserve