Watch Euronews live stream
Greece needs a bridge loan not a bailout according to its new prime minister. A defiant Alexis Tsipras has laid out his plans to dismantle what he
Ivory Coast edged out Ghana 9-8 on penalties to clinch the Africa Cup of Nations in Bata on Sunday. With neither team able to break the deadlock
Top officials from almost 190 nations are in Geneva in an attempt to hammer out a potential deal on global warming. Delegates at the United Nations
Norway’s Anders Fannemel kept his composure to win a ski jump World Cup event in Titisee-Neustadt, Germany on Sunday. The 23-year-old, who triumped
Welcome to Gravity, our weekly show dedicated to Alpine skiing. The World Championships are now in full swing with competitors battling it out in the
Australia’s Rohan Dennis produced a stunning performance to set a new hour world record of 52.491km in Grenchen, Switzerland on Sunday. The
Reported differences in how to respond to the Ukraine crisis between Europe and the US have appeared at the Munich Security Conference. US Secretary
At a meeting at the Munich Security Conference Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said there is an “opportunity for a deal” with world powers over
Dongfeng Race Team have dominated the Volvo Ocean Race ever since they entered their home waters in Sanya last month, and Sunday marked no change
Washington DC is struggling for answers after figures reveal that a record 4,000 people now live in the capital’s homeless shelters. It is an
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande, Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko and Russian President Vladimir Putin will get
Russian separatists have intensified assaults on Ukraine government forces on all fronts and appear to be massing troops and hardware for fresh
Six people in the United States have been charged with aiding terrorist organisations. The are Bosnian natives living in Missouri, Illinois and New
At a meeting in Cameroon, Nigeria and its four neighbouring countries have agreed to send an 8,000 plus force to confront Boko Haram. The conflict is
On day two of the Munich Security Conference, Ukraine pleads for further backing in the fight against pro-Russian rebels, but the West hesitates over providing weapons.
The country's electoral commission announces the vote will be postponed by more than a month.
A gay rights referendum in Slovakia has been ruled invalid after it failed to attract big enough voter turnout. Conservatives were hoping to
A member of Pope Francis’ newly-established sex abuse commission has sharply rebuked a remark made by the pontiff, which seemed to encourage smacking
Assia Djebar, a novelist and staunch defender of women's rights, has died in Paris.
Residents of the Iraqi capital Baghdad seemed pleased ten years of nighttime curfew are over. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the decision