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A US-backed resolution has been approved by 14 members, including Russia, while Venezuela abstained.
A new video providing a crash course to cycling through Brussels has racked up more than 100,000 views online. Two cycling enthusiasts turned stunt
As Iraqi forces close in on the strategic city of Tikrit, they are not battling ISIL alone. Government troops are backed by a small contingent of
Moscow and Kyiv have agreed that the number of OSCE observers monitoring the fragile ceasefire in eastern Ukraine can be doubled to 1,000. And teams
Germany's winning Eurovision entrant at the national pre-selection show responded by immediately announcing his withdrawal from the international song contest, in favour of the runner-up.
Vahid Halilhodzic has agreed to become the new Japan coach. The 62-year-old has been out of work since quitting Turkish side Trabzonspor in November
FIFA presidential candidate Michael van Praag promised to publish the Garcia Report if he is elected to replace Sepp Blatter in May. Football’s
Police have moved in to clear environmental protesters from the site of the controversial Sivens dam in southwest France.
It came after regional
Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has finished his community service. The 78-year-old has been helping on an Alzheimer’s ward near
Edward Snowden has made a public appeal for Switzerland to grant him asylum. The fugitive former US spy agency contractor told an audience in Geneva
What is believed to be the tomb of a Celtic prince from the 5th century has been discovered in the Aube region of eastern France. It was uncovered
Amid a fevered atmosphere over attacks on women, two men suspected of assaulting women have been set upon by crowds in northern India and killed.
Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj has opened the 49th edition of the ITB in Berlin, the world’s biggest and most influential travel
EU environment ministers on Friday endorsed the bloc’s promise to slash greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent by 2030, compared to Europe’s 1990
Mission accomplie pour la sonde américaine Dawn qui a réussi son entrée sur l’orbite de Cérès, la plus petite planète naine du système
Kairat Sadvakassov, Kazakh respresentative at ITB
Kazakhstan – already known for its wild and largely untouched landscape – has been further
Anouk Susan, Director Germany NBTC Dutch office for Tourism and CSaonvention
The Netherlands’ tourism strategy goes cultural this year, in
Sandra Naranjo, Tourism Minister Ecuador
The tourism minister of Ecuador, Sandra Naranjo, has spoken to Euronews about the country’s recent
Jennifer Champsaur, Deputy Minister Panama
Since a couple of major European airlines have established direct flights to Panama City, the Central
Frank Murangwa, MICE Unit Division Manager
What was once a warzone is today according to different surveys Africa’s safest country: Rwanda
Ryoko Hasegawa, Promotion department Japan National Tourism Organization JNTO
Kazuya Oshiro, Overseas marketing section Okinawa Convention & Visitors
G. Kamala Vardhana Rao, Secretary Kerala Tourism
“Every little detail in Kerala is beautiful”, says G. Kamala Vardhana Rao, Secretary at Kerala
Hundreds of protesters have taken to the streets of Amman, as anger boils over a gas deal between Jordan and Israel. The Jordanian government is
Paul Bugeja, Malta Tourism Authority Chief Executive Officer
Malta is small, Malta is compact, but this is exactly its advantage in comparison to
Can learning be accelerated? How can we train our brain to store and retrieve information quickly and effectively? Speed learning methods are here to help.
Fellow miners and relatives of workers killed in this week's blast in eastern Ukraine have been speaking out as the first funerals are held for the victims.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and former finance minister, now Greece’s central bank chief, Yannis Stournaras held meetings in Athens on the
Germany is led by a woman and boasts a strong female presence in parliament. But when it comes to business, it seems females are falling behind
Three hot European topics in this week’s “Perspectives”, with Rai 3 reporting from Italy where the EU’s Frontex border administration has revealed
US employment figures are on the up with the number of those out of work falling.
The upward trend continues it is now the 12 th straight month