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A car bomb has killed three people in southern Russia, according to officials. It is seen as a worrying development six weeks before the country
The streets of Istanbul and Ankara were echoing with cries of “thieves” and “resign” on Friday night as demonstrators showed their anger with the
A series of avalanches in the Alps have claimed several lives over the past couple of days.
Despite repeated efforts to resuscitate him, a
For the outside world the recent events in Turkey are hard to understand, so euronews talked to Professor Talip Kucukcan from Marmara University. How
UN condemnation of Israel’s continuing demolitions of Palestinian homes casts a cold light on peace.
Mohammed Shaikhibrahim, euronews: “After three
More of the so called Arctic 30 Greenpeace demonstrators have left Russia.
All 26 non Russian activists have now been given clearance to leave the
The inventor of the AK 47 rifle, Mikhail Kalashnikov, has been buried outside Moscow.
Its ruggedness and simplicity meant it could perform in
Demonstrators have protested outside the Italian Democratic Party HQ in Rome, calling on the government to alter the 2002 immigration law.
The Turkish Army says it will not get involved in what it calls “the political debate”.
Turkey is continuing to wrestle with a major corruption
Egypt has seen clashes across the country between police and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, leaving at least three people dead.
A car bomb has killed at least three people in the southern Russian city of Pyatigorsk near the violence-plagued Caucasus on Friday, according to the
A sense of crisis has gripped Lebanon again after a massive bomb explosion in Beirut killed senior opposition figure and former prime ministerial
Teaching people about the elements isn’t necessarily obvious but is vital in order that humans can make the best use of nature’s gifts.
A new, growing islet off Tokyo in the Pacific Island has connected to an older Japanese island. Volcanic activity on the landmass is still underway
Following the death of former Lebanese finance minister Mohamad Chatah who was killed in an explosion in Beirut on Friday morning, euronews spoke to
Mohamad Chatah advised two former Lebanese prime ministers, Fouad Siniora and Saad al-Hariri, and also served as finance minister. He was a
Muslim Brotherhood supporters and police clashed across Egypt on Friday, leaving at least three dead in protests after the army-backed government
Two members of freed Russian punk band Pussy Riot say they will set up a human rights group which will work with prisoners.
They claim their
East African leaders will meet in Kenya to discuss the growing violence in South Sudan.
Its president, Salva Kiir, is facing an insurgency led by
Thai police fired teargas and rubber bullets at anti-government protesters in Bangkok on Thursday after demonstrators tried to disrupt preparations
Hundreds of people queued outside major retailers in Sydney in the early hours of Thursday morning to take advantage of the Boxing Day sales.
An American marine base on the Japanese island of Okinawa is to be relocated, according to officials.
The local governor has now given his approval
Former Lebanese minister Mohammed Shattah was killed in an explosion that targeted his convoy in Beirut on Friday, three security sources told
Former Lebanese minister Mohamad Chatah has been killed in an explosion that targeted his convoy in Beirut, according to security forces.
Rescue is on the way for the Russian vessel that has been trapped in thick ice near Antarctica since Tuesday.
A Chinese icebreaker called ‘Snow
US equity indices extended all-time highs on Thursday, December 26.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished at a record high for the sixth
Hundreds of Thais and foreigners gathered in Phuket to commemorate the ninth anniversary of the devastating Asian tsunami that killed
Bags of litter are piling up on some of the streets of the Portuguese capital Lisbon – where refuse collectors have been on strike for three days
A theatre director has been arrested for driving a car into a gate at the Élysée Palace – the official residence of the president – in Paris, France
The United Nations has said that it was caught off-guard by the violence in South Sudan.
Violence erupted earlier this month between forces loyal