The streets of Athens near the Greek parliament are a familiar sight to locals and tourists alike. Several Greek people euronews spoke to on Friday
Stopping the spread of Ebola in West Africa is within reach, the World Health Organisation (WHO) says that new cases have been declining over the
A French aid worker abducted last Monday in the Central African Republic has been freed. Claudia Priest, who is 67, worked for a charity providing
The global response to the worst Ebola outbreak in history is a key topic at the World Economic Forum.
The UN’s World Food Programme is feeding
In this week’s edition of Europe Weekly: Belgian police storm a suspected jihadist hideout in eastern Belgium; EU officials unveil new planned
Italy’s Dominik Paris produced a stunning performance to clinch his first career World Cup super-G in Kitzbuehel on Friday. Two years after his
France’s top court ruled it was possible to strip a Moroccan-born man convicted on terror charges of his French nationality, paving the way for more
A high-level Ukrainian government advisor has told euronews that Russia needs to return Crimea to Ukraine. Dmytro Shymkyv, Deputy Head of Ukraine’s
In what some are calling Draghi’s last chance, the European Central Bank has launched quantitative easing – which will pump huge amounts of cash into
Are people born with business sense or can be nurtured? We explore the issue in Uganda, Spain and Jordan in this edition of Learning World.
Yemen teeters on the edge of chaos following the resignation of the embattled president on Thursday. Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi blamed the Houthi
A start-up which launched only two weeks ago has been sold for more than 75,000 euros. So far, so normal in the world of internet entrepreneurship
The House of Saud is Saudi Arabia’s ruling royal family. It is estimated to have some 15,000 members but the majority of wealth and power is
The latest furniture and interior design trends are on display at the International Furniture Fair in Cologne, Germany. Among thousands of items
Crude prices rose on Friday after the death of Saudi Arabia’s king added to the uncertainty in global oil markets.
But the effect was not great and
There are fears of more political unrest after former former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is banned from office and prosecuted over a controversial rice subsidy scheme brought in during her time
British singer songwriter Matt Hales, aka ‘Aqualung’ is back with a new album. ’10 Futures’ features collaborations with fellow Brits Joel Compass
The eurozone economy began 2015 in better than expected shape according to the latest business surveys.
Markit the firm that sends questionnaires
Apple’s top boss Tim Cook is filling his boots based on the company’s success.
We learn that his salary, bonuses and other compensation last year
Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing is dialing up his stake in the British telecoms market as his Hutchison Whampoa company moves to buy mobile phone
Democratic Republic of the Congo has scrapped plans for a national census before next year’s presidential elections. An electoral reform bill that
The duck-shaped comet being tracked by Rosetta around our solar system is proving to be even more weird and wonderful than first thought, with a host
From Paris to Berlin, established and upcoming designers showcased their work in some of the world's fashion capitals.