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South Africa’s main opposition party is accusing President Jacob Zuma of “flagrant abuse” of public money, over multi-million euro upgrades to his
Afghan special forces have shot dead three gunmen who broke into the luxury Serena Hotel in the capital Kabul.
The hotel is less than 1km from the
Olympic ski champion Maria Hoefl-Riesch has called it a day. The 29-year-old who was a prodigious talent as a junior and went on to achieve Olympic
A parliamentarian member of the Dutch far-right Freedom Party has resigned in protest against a speech made by party leader Geert Wilders.
It’s a tough series of matches ahead in the quarter finals of the Champions League who is paired with whom in the draw. That’s the prediction of
EU leaders met in Brussels on Thursday where they looked to decide which Russians should also be subject to sanctions.
The two-day summit will also
South African Paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius is understood to be selling his house to cover the spiralling costs of his murder trial.
In the wake of the latest sanctions announcement, Standard & Poor’s has downgraded the outlook for Russia’s sovereign debt from “stable” to
Russia continues to accuse Western nations of bullying and hypocrisy.
This comes as the Kremlin consolidates its hold on Crimea, which it
Many people living on either side of the Kharkiv border crossing between Ukraine and Russia have friends and families on the other.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon has told Vladimir Putin that he’s “deeply concerned” about the crisis between Russia and Ukraine.
Ban met Putin in Moscow, as
The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden resounded to the words of Happy Birthday for one of its greatest stars. Dame Kiri Te Kanawa celebrated her 70th
More excerpts from our interview with soprano Kiri Te Kanawa and tenor Juan Diego Flórez.
In the wake of the controversial referendum to separate the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine, euronews visited Evpatorya, a small city in the region
Russia’s State Duma, the lower house of parliament, has overwhelmingly approved a treaty to annex Crimea from Ukraine, taking the Black Sea peninsula
Public sector workers have marched through Athens for a second day, to protest over wage cuts and job losses.
Cash-strapped Greece is still trying
Pro-Russian groups have seized two Ukrainian warships in Sevastopol.
Ukraine’s Defence Ministry claimed the vessels were attacked with
A two-year-old toddler had a lucky escape after going for a walk in the middle of the night.
Theo, from Limerick, Ireland, climbed out of his cot
US President Barak Obama has announced further sanctions against Russian officials. And he has cleared the way for possible sanctions on the Russian
The European Central Bank is to have the primary role in shutting down eurozone banks it decides are too weak to survive.
That was confirmed with
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French secret services had full access to customer records at one of the country’s biggest telecommunication firms, a newspaper has claimed.
Owners of a Norwegian cargo ship which is looking for possible debris from the missing Malaysia jet in the South Indian Ocean say they have so far
Captain America is back – and he’s packing a punch.
‘The Winter Soldier’ features gritty, sometimes brutal action scenes that differ from the more
Russia’s lower house of parliament on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a treaty to annex Crimea from Ukraine, leaving just one legal obstacle for the
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned Russia to expect escalating EU sanctions if steps are not taken to calm the situation over
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is backing mobile messaging app-maker Tango with big money.
It has invested the equivalent of 156 million euros
The Co-Chief Executives of Deutsche Bank saw their compensation rise by over 50 percent last year as the bank more than doubled its net profit