Watch Euronews live stream
French legislators have started debating a draft law which could take the country a step closer to legalising euthanasia. It’s brought campaigners
Hillary Clinton says she regrets using her private email account for government business during her time as US Secretary of State. Clinton has been
Cristiano Ronaldo has become the all-time leading goalscorer in European competitions after scoring twice in Real Madrid’s Champions League tie with
Solar Impulse 2 has touched down in India, completing the second leg of its record-breaking round-the-world attempt. The solar-powered plane arrived
Chelsea are in good spirits ahead of their Champions League last 16 second leg tie at Stamford Bridge against PSG. Chelsea are well prepared after a
Spanish authorities claim to have dismantled a jihadist terrorist cell in the north African enclave of Ceuta. They say it was planning to carry out
Germany’s Severin Freund leapt to his sixth victory of the season in the World Cup ski jump in Kuopio, Finland. In an event moved to a normal size
A nationwide operation organised from Naples has targeted alleged members of the Casalesi clan in the Camorra - including two sons of jailed crime boss Francesco Schiavone.
The agreement struck in Minsk for a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine did little to stop the fierce fighting in Debaltseve. Situated on a railway
Romania’s foreign minister has apologised after a diplomatic gaffe during a meeting with his German counterpart.
Bogdan Aurescu expressed his
The race is on between Berlin and Hamburg for the right to become the German candidate city for the 2024 Olympics. Hamburg has edged ahead of Berlin
Global stocks have spiraled downwards amid lingering concerns over Greece going bankrupt and the prospect of the first rise in US interest rates in
The head of the Eurogroup has repeated his call that time is running out for Greece. Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem said further talks
The International Film and Forum For Human Rights has come to a close in Geneva. This year’s edition featured more than 40 movies including 8
There have been calls for Avigdor Lieberman to be arrested, after the foreign minister and nationalist party leader said Arab-Israelis who were disloyal to the state of Israel should be decapitated.
Tour de France winner Alberto Contador has signed a one-year contract extension with Tinkoff-Saxo. The Russian run team says it is delighted to
France’s president says the deaths of three sports stars and seven others in a helicopter crash in Argentina is a cause of “immense sadness.” Olympic
The US military has announced coalition forces carried out eight air strikes against ISIL militants in Iraq over a 24-hour period around March 9
The European Parliament has backed a deal to cut costs for people who use debit and credit cards to shop.
EU officials want to cap the fees
Four years ago on 11th March the earth shook Japan. The magnitude nine quake went on for six minutes, the strongest the archipelago had ever
The far right Front National party of France has been accused of misusing European Parliament funds. EU officials accuse Marine Le Pen’s party of
Exclusive: EU chiefs are being urged to be more transparent over how many of their former staff are working for firms receiving Brussels cash.
With 38 models and a myriad of colours, Apple has launched its smartwatch to huge fanfare. The price will range from $349 to $17,000 (325 euros to
An annual pilgrimage for motor fans, the Geneva International Motor Show features some 130 new models and concept cars presented to its more than
Audi is setting its sights on another year of record car sales in 2015.
It is sticking to its eight to 10 percent target range for its margin on
At 56, Madonna proves her staying power as a creative force and an enduring pop icon with her new album, ‘Rebel Heart’. The Queen of Pop says her
There is both hope that progress can be made, and tension spilling over into angry exchanges, ahead of planned negotiations on Wednesday between the Syriza government and EU creditors.
Gold dealers may be running their hands with glee over the new Apple Watch.
The Cupertino-based firm may consume up to 746 metric tonnes of the