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Jens Stoltenberg is the former prime minister of Norway.
A one-time peace activist who protested outside the US Embassy in Oslo against the
As Belarus continues efforts to broker a lasting settlement to the conflict in Ukraine President Alexander Lukashenko has been speaking to Euronews’
The ancient and spectacular Uzbek city of Samarkand provided a fitting venue for the 99th Executive Council session of the UN World Tourism
What are serious games and can they make a difference to educational outcomes? Can game-based learning be used to teach every subject? All of these
In this edition of Europe Weekly; parliamentarians raise questions about the suitability of some of the candidates who want to serve in the next
The IAAF announces the names of the 10 men and 10 women who have been shortlisted for the 2014 World Athlete of the Year Award.
The candidates have
Combining parenting with developing a fledgling business can be a daunting challenge. But help is at hand with the ‘Mompreneur’ phenomenon that
North Korea has denied reports that its leader Kim Jong-un is in ill health and that his sister is now running the country.
A statement from a
It’s the narcissistic trend that has seemingly swept the world – the ‘selfie’.
First it was celebrating movie stars at the Oscars, then the
An area of the Central Asian inland sea, once the fourth largest in the world, was left parched in August, according to Nasa photographs.
On 19 September 2014, when the ‘no’ result in the poll on Scottish independence confirmed its adherence to the United Kingdom, the parliament of
In the UK there is mounting concern and anger over the extreme jihadist group Islam State. From British foreign fighters to a high tech propaganda
The extreme violence of the jihadist Islamic State group has intensified the debate in Europe over radical Islam.
The question in this edition of