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A visual artist forced to flee Iran because of his drawings and involvement with the opposition feared an attack on French colleagues and describes freedom of expression as heritage in need of protect
Overnight leader Mathieu Serradori of France has been forced to withdraw from this year’s Africa Eco Race after suffering a technical problem in the
Reigning champion Marc Coma produced a superb display to clinch the fifth stage of the Dakar Rally on Thursday. After two consecutive second-place
A Eurocup basketball match between Podgorica and Banvit in Montenegro was interrupted after an angry fan ran on to the court and shoved a player
If they manage to pull it off, the Transatlantic Trade in Partnership accord being discussed by EU and US negotiators would be the biggest trade deal
The New Year’s Concert at La Fenice theatre in Venice is a spectacular, prestigious international event that proves the power music has to bring
Close to the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris people came together to pay their respects to those that were murdered in Wednesday’s terrorist
The deaths of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists particularly shocked their counterparts at the Turkish satirical magazine Leman. In the past they had
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve says there is no link “at this stage” between a deadly attack on Paris magazine Charlie Hebdo and a
Police have charged a Florida man with murder after it was alleged he threw his five-year-old daughter off a bridge in St Petersburg, USA.
Twelve people were shot and killed in the attack on the Charlie Hebdo satirical newspaper on Wednesday. Eight were staff members, two were police
In the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attacks, Muslims in France are facing the prospect of an anti-Islam backlash in the country.
A mosque in Brussels, Belgium. And the imam calls worshippers to prayer. This is the Islamic and Cultural Centre of Belgium where local Muslims in
A two-time Moto GP World Champion and a double champion in the minor categories, Marc Marquez is a motorcycling phenomenon and the pride of Cervera
Cartoonists across the world have been paying tribute to their counterparts murdered in the Charlie Hebdo offices on Wednesday morning (see here for
Troubled supermarket chain Tesco has announced its turnaround plan.
Britain’s biggest retailer will slash costs and close dozens of stores so it
French President Francois Hollande led a minute of silence held across the country. He joined police officers at the Prefecture of Police in Paris
Jihadist-inspired local groups or individuals are increasingly challenging traditional security protection against evolving terrorism methods. In
One of euronews’ senior French journalists spoke to a German colleague based in Brussels, but who was covering the reactions in the crowds that
Brussels have joined other capitals around the world in paying a silent tribute to the slain Charlie Hebdo journalists. Officials from the major
Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered is to shut its loss-making stocks and shares, or equities, investment division, which will shrink the workforce
Credit Suisse has confirmed its offices in Milan have been searched by Italian tax police.
The raid last month is reportedly part of an
As one of the strange hybrids that are commonplace here at euronews, I feel an urge to pick up my pen and share with you my thoughts and sorrow on
A male nurse in Germany has admitted killing around 30 patients who were critically ill or in intensive care, a psychological expert has told a court
The euro continues to slide in value. It was down for a fifth day on Thursday, at a nine-year low against the dollar.
The slump comes as investors
Samsung has confirmed expectations for its first annual decline in profit since 2011.
The South Korean technology giant has been losing market
‘Cartoonists, Foot Soldiers of Democracy’ examines the work of 12 political cartoonists from around the world, who often put their lives at risk to
"Cartooning for Peace" is an annual event that rewards cartoonists for their work. Last year’s prize went to Palestinian-Syrian and Egyptian
While the attackers of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo remain at large, life goes on in Paris. No suspicious looking left to right, no anxious