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A week ago Leonarda was a 15 year-old schoolgirl in rural France. Now she is sleeping on park benches and cannot attend school at all in her native
Talks between Iran and the international community in Geneva over its nuclear research programme have ended with both sides
agreeing to meet again
After protracted negotiations over the last few days, the U.S. Senate finally saw a deal between the Democrats and Republicans over the country’s
A ceremony has been held in Rome’s main synagogue to mark the 70th anniversary of the deportation of the city’s Jews.
On October 16 1943 more than
Talks between Iran and the international community in Geneva over Iran’s nuclear research programme have ended with both sides agreeing to meet again
The US Senate has announced a last-minute deal between Republicans and Democrats to end a partial government shutdown and raise the US debt
The European Commission has criticised the way Turkey handled this summer’s anti-government protests in its annual report on Ankara’s bid for
A team in South Africa has discovered the first definitive evidence of a comet strike on Earth some 28 million years ago.
It’s believed to have
Conservationists such as Brett McNamara are used to finding wild animals in strange places. But this small female platypus has a remarkable tale of
An injured kangaroo hopped through Melbourne domestic airport on Wednesday, before being cornered and captured in the terminal’s pharmacy
A 7.2-magnitude earthquake has struck the central Philippines, killing hundreds of people.
This video, filmed by an amateur, shows the strength of
A marine science instructor snorkelling off the southern Californian coast found the silvery carcass of what turned out to be an enormous
There’s perhaps no one who wants President Barack Obama gone quite as much as the Tea Party. The American decentralised political movement (not an
Debt disaster planning is the phrase on the lips of the powerful who run the financial institutions in the US. But they could be powerless to take
A Francis Bacon triptych of his friend Lucian Freud is expected to break sale records at an auction this autumn.
“Three Studies of Lucian Freud”
Belgium’s football fortunes have transformed rapidly over the past decade.
The Red Devils have just topped their World Cup qualification group
As the moment when the United States could hit the debt ceiling and run out of money draws closer, euronews’ Washington correspondent, Stefan Grobe
Nobody wants the body of deceased Nazi Erik Priebke except sympathisers. Neo-Nazis and protesters showed up at a funeral held for him by renegade
Kimberly Pierce’s “Carrie” is the third film adaptation of Stephen King’s iconic thriller.
With a script reportedly more faithful to the original
Scottish indie rock band Glasvegas are back with a new album.
The Glaswegian foursome, which has toured with U2, Kings of Leon and Oasis, burst
It is forty years since the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries – OPEC effectively held the US to ransom.
It was October and following
The Greek parliament has lifted the parliamentary immunity of three more members of the Golden Dawn party following the arrest of six other members
Thousands of Muslims observing the hajj hurled pebbles at three pillars, believed to represent the devil, in Mina, east of Mecca. It is part of the
Norwegian prime minister Erna Solberg has unveiled the country’s new coalition government. Her Conservative party did not win enough votes in
There has been outrage in France over the treatment of a teenage girl of Roma gypsy origin from Kosovo, who was detained by police on October
Amnesty International has urged Iran to halt a “ghastly” second execution after the first attempt was botched.
The man, identified by Iranian state
The Italian government has approved next year’s budget with tax cuts shifting the burden to government bureaucracy from taxpayers in a bid to spark
New cars sales across Europe rose for only the third time in two years. Figures released for September show an overall climb of 5.4 percent in the
The coffin of Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke is being held at a military airport near Rome after his funeral was disrupted by protesters.