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The late boss of Total Christophe de Margerie had a reputation for straight talking. If there was oil, his company would go after it.
Thousands of Belarussians attended a festival dedicated to the humble potato pancake.
Sunday marked the first ever celebration of the Belarus
Russia and Ukraine have failed to conclude a deal on gas prices during talks in Brussels on Tuesday.
They will meet again next Wednesday in the
With pressure mounting to resolve the gas dispute with Russia, Ukraine is preparing itself for a long, cold winter.
The uncertainty about a
A Bulgarian court has refused a request from Moscow to extradite a prominent opponent of President Vladimir Putin.
Nikolay Koblyakov, a businessman
Shares in French oil and gas giant Total were up three percent by the end of Tuesday following the untimely death of its boss Christophe de
A Congolese doctor who specialises in treating rape victims has won a top EU human rights award.
Gynecologist Denis Mukwege founded the Panzi
The next European Commission led by Jean-Claude Juncker is set to be confirmed by the European Parliament on Wednesday (October 22).
The vote by
Police and medics in Iraq say a series of car bombs across the capital killed at least 21 people on Tuesday.
A wave in bombings has hit Baghdad in
On Sunday, the people of Tunisia will trace the north African country’s future path to democracy in a parliamentary election.
In the aftermath of
Russian investigators are blaming ‘criminal negligence’ for the plane crash that killed Christophe de Margerie, the chief executive of French oil
Australia’s Mick Fanning edged out Jordy Smith of South Africa to clinch the Rip Curl Pro Portugal title on Monday.
The reigning three-time
For the first time in 15 years China looks likely to miss its GDP growth target for 2014.
GDP grew by 7.3 percent in the third quarter, the lowest
Three banks have been fined by the EU Commission for their role in the LIBOR scandal, during which inter-bank interest rates were fixed.
A man who rammed two soldiers before being shot dead by police had been ‘radicalised’ and was known to security officials, the Canadian Prime
World downhill champion Aksel Lund Svindal is likely to miss the entire Alpine skiing season after tearing his Achilles tendon in Austria.
Apple is riding high on the news of better than expected quarterly earnings.
The already-pricey shares jumped on Tuesday on the news, which came
Pro-democracy campaigners in Hong Kong have been able to watch live coverage of formal talks which have got underway – but Chinese TV is only showing
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has announced that the hunt for an Ebola vaccine will show results by December.
If successful tens of
The late boss of Total, Christophe de Margerie, was the grandson of Champagne baron Pierre Taittinger and a company man at one of the jewels in the
Athens, Rome and Malta’s Valletta are Europe’s least tolerant capital cities towards foreigners, a euronews study of official data reveals.
South African Olympic and Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius has been jailed for five years for shooting dead his model girlfriend Reeva Steencamp
Citizenfour has been premiered at the New York Film Festival. It is a documentary about Edward Snowden, who blew the whistle on US surveillance of
The tablet world has a newcomer in the form of Apple’s new iPad Air 2, which includes a fingerprint sensor to provide increased personal security. It
Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta has died of cancer, aged 82. Over the course of a glittering career, he dressed many of the world’s most
A new space devoted to contemporary art has been inaugurated in Paris. Designed by American-Canadian architect Frank Gehry, the Louis Vuitton
The chief executive of French energy giant Total, Christophe de Margerie, has died in an air crash in Moscow, along with three French crew
The US is tightening its procedures for health workers treating Ebola patients, to ensure that they wear protective gear correctly and avoid possible
Paralympic gold-medal-winner Oscar Pistorius was the first both-leg amputee to participate in the Olympics, when he was 25. The South African sport
Jeremy Curl has just returned to Europe after an epic voyage on foot through the Sahara desert in search of prehistoric art. The Anglo-Irish explorer