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Poland’s last Communist leader General Wojciech Jaruzelski has died at the age of 90.
General Jaruzelski had been in ill health for some time and
Ukraine’s presidency has been claimed by Petro Poroshenko after exit polls gave him an absolute majority of more than 55 percent in the first round
New Zealand’s Levi Sherwood continued his good run of form by winning the second stage of the 2014 Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour in Osaka on Sunday
Germany’s Nico Rosberg led from start to finish to clinch an incident-packed Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday.
After coping with two safety car
Petro Poroshenko came to the forefront of Ukrainian politics during the country’s ill fated “Orange Revolution” of 2004.
Poroshenko became one of
“No to Brussels, yes to France” has been Marine Le Pen’s campaign slogan. It is a clear message that has helped her mobilise supporters of the Front
A fatal shooting at the Brussels Jewish Museum has claimed a fourth life.
The museum receptionist, a young Belgian in his 20s, was critically
Protests against the military coup in Thailand have multiplied and appear to have plenty of steam driving them despite the army’s warning that anyone
An Italian photojournalist and his Russian interpreter have been killed in eastern Ukraine while covering fighting between government forces and
Ukrainian confectionery tycoon Petro Poroshenko is on course for victory in the country’s crucial presidential election, according to exit polls
In just a few hours time we will know which of the party figureheads has been successful in their quest to be leader of the largest faction in the
Greece votes in the European elections and the second round of local elections.
Greek political parties have been playing on voters’ fears of more
Voting in Donetsk in eastern Ukraine was not an option for voters on Sunday after pro-Russian rebels closed down polling stations.
As most EU countries head to the polls on Sunday, euronews spoke to some of the voters in France and Germany.
In Paris one voter commented: “
There has been a high turnout across Ukraine on Sunday for the presidential elections with the exception of the troubled eastern regions where
As part of our quick tour around Europe, euronews met some of the voters in Hungary. They told our correspondent Beatrix Asboth why it’s important
Pope Francis created quite a stir in Bethlehem on Sunday as part of his voyage to the Holy Land.
He made an unscheduled visit to the hulking
In eastern Ukraine, pro-Russian rebels have warned they will do everything in their power to prevent presidential elections taking place.
It was hardly surprising that Madrid erupted into a party atmosphere on Saturday night.
With two of their teams contesting the Champion’s League
Ukrainians have been casting their vote on Sunday for the country’s new president.
The elections come after months of unrest following the ousting
Most EU countries go to the polls today on the final day of voting in the European elections.
Germany, Spain, France and Poland are among 21
Celebrations by Real Madrid fans after their 10th European Cup win have continued on the streets of the Spanish capital into Sunday
Toulon earned a place among the greatest rugby teams in Europe by retaining their continental title against Saracens in Saturday’s Heineken Cup
Italy is voting on Sunday for who will represent them in Europe. Despite reports of growing euroscepticism, there are still people who believe in the
The night before the elections in downtown Donetsk, the people on Pushkin Boulevard appear calm despite the tensions which have gripped the region
The world is watching as Ukrainians head to the polls on Sunday to vote in the presidential elections, and the atmosphere in the East remains
Super Sunday marks the fourth and final day of voting across Europe as the remaining 21 countries head to the polls to elect Brussels’ next
Tensions were racing until the very end of the UEFA Champions League final, with Real Madrid finally clinching the win 4-1 with three goals in extra