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French lawmakers have set out tough new measures on prostitution, passing a draft bill in the country’s lower house of parliament, with 238
Ahead of Friday’s draw, a quick look at the teams in the Asia and Oceania pot:
Asian champions Japan were the first side to qualify for the finals
Activists in Kyiv have gathered in front of the Shevchenkivskiy courthouse to demand the release of nine protesters arrested during the December 1
In this edition of the Global Conversation Isabelle Kumar discusses the key issues affecting Romania today with the country’s prime minister Victor
As anti-government protests continue in Ukraine, euronews asked First Deputy Prime Minister Serhiy Arbuzov for his official reaction, his view of the
Romania, Hungary and Latvia emerge the star pupils in the latest survey on growth in the EU.
Eurostat says GDP growth accelerated in the 28-member
Police have closed down a Spanish TV station in Valencia after the public broadcaster defied an order to cease operations.
The southern Italian town of Montescagliosa has been bit by a major landslide, causing significant damage to local infrastructure.
A retired French General, infamous for defending the use of torture during Algeria’s War of Independence, has died aged 95.
Paul Aussaresses was
Ahead of Friday’s draw, let’s take a quick look at the five African teams in the pot.
Frustrated at being denied a semi-final spot at the
Thousands of people continued to rally in Kyiv for the 14th night in a row, angry at the Ukranian government’s decision to freeze ties with the
Claudio Rosmino: “In order to get a clearer understanding of how the crisis in Ukraine might play out I am joined by Sergio Cantone who is the
In a landmark speech on the state of the US economy and society, US President Barack Obama on Wednesday warned against the dangers of a growing
Three former Ukrainian presidents have urged the current government to listen to protesters camped out in Kyiv .
Leonid Kravchuk, Leonid Kuchma and
Turkish citizens have taken a step closer to visa-free travel to the EU, officials from the European Commission and the Turkish government said on
Ukrainian police have been filmed beating protesters who were handcuffed and lying on the ground. The video appears to show officers attacking them
From Mongolian calligraphy to Turkish coffee, ancient and living traditions from all over the world are the centre of global attention in Baku. The
The French lower house has voted to pass a reform of the prostitution law.
Politicians voted 268 in favour and 138 against the reform, which would
It is often called the oldest profession in the world – prostitution. Should it be banned or regulated like other businesses? In Europe there are a
The official ball for the 2014 World Cup has been revealed in Rio de Janeiro.
The ball, named the ‘brazuca’ was presented by Brazil’s Hernane
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, has arrived in Iran for his first visit to the country since Hassan Rohani was elected President in June.
With the police on strike, chaos is rife in the central-Argentine city of Cordoba.
One man has reportedly been killed and up to 60 people injured
Veteran British singer-songwriter Nick Lowe wasn’t exactly filled with the Christmas spirit when his American record company suggested he make a
After Sharon Stone, the Marrakech film festival has been paying homage to French icon Juliette Binoche.
The actress received the tribute from
Greek PM Antonio Samaras has defended his government’s 2014 budget as Athens comes under renewed pressure from international creditors, who say it
The Pope has called on people to pray for a group of Orthodox nuns missing in Syria since Monday, December 2.
During his weekly audience at St
US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov held bilateral talks on Wednesday, on the sidelines of a two-day
OPEC’s latest meeting at its Vienna headquarters welcomed back a lost member, Iran, and decided to maintain the status quo for another six months
Egyptians have been protesting that a new law ratified on 24 November by Egyptian interim president Adly Mansour is abusive. The new law makes it