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Thousands protest in Dublin over controversial water charges
Tens of thousands of protesters have marched through Dublin as anger boils over new water charges. Households in the Republic of Ireland are set to
Thousands join anti-austerity march in Madrid
Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Madrid, as the pain of austerity continues to strike. Those here are calling for more jobs
Catholic bishop heckled by opponents of child sex abuse
Newly named bishop of Osorno in Chile Juan Barros was pushed and shoved by demonstrators carrying black balloons as he squeezed through the crowd in
SportAccord pushes into Russia with new Moscow office
Merkel, Nazis and the occupation of Greece: Der Spiegel sets Europe talking
How does Europe view Germany? Weekly magazine Der Spiegel delves into the Nazi occupation of Greece in its controversial response.
Free-scoring Ireland seal title despite England's record win
Ireland are the 2015 Six nations champions on points ahead of England, who won big in Twickenham but not big enough. That is because Ireland
Judo titles tumble at Tiblisi's Grand Prix tournament
She won the Grand Slam event in Tokyo, now Slovenia’s Tina Tristenjak has bossed the under 63-kilo category in Tiblisi, too. The number two seed
Yemen fears further violence: Both the president and rebels issue calls to arms
More violence is feared in Yemen with reports of US soldiers evacuating as both the president and rebels issue calls to arms.
Slovenia win team ski-jumping title
Slovenia’s four-man ski-jumping hold-up in Planica saw them take the team title on home ground from under the noses of the Austrians. Led from the
Crystal run continues for US as Shiffrin skis to slalom title
Three in a row for Mikaela Shiffrin as the American world and olympic champion won the slalom in Meribel , her fifth world cup win of the season, to
'Death to America': Iran's Supreme Leader accuses the US of 'bullying'
Iran's Supreme Leader accuses the US of 'bullying' as the deadline looms for an agreement on Tehran's nuclear programme.
Hirscher clinches Overall and Giant Slalom skiing World Cup double in Meribel
Austrian Marcel Hirscher’s fourth place in Meribel was enough to ensure he could not be beaten to this year’s Giant Slalom Crystal Globe. The result
Polish city Slupsk uses bicycles for official duties
Save time by cycling to work. That’s the message from Mayor Robert Biedron of Polish city Slupsk to its civil servants. Biedron says the healthy
Lufthansa flight disruptions may continue into Sunday
Almost half of all flights operated by Lufthansa were grounded on Saturday (March 21). Pilots at the German airline stated a fourth straight day of
Egypt: 15 people killed in deadly bus crash
At least fifteen people have been killed in Egypt when a bus veered off a bridge in Giza. The driver had been trying to avoid another vehicle on
Tunisia arrests over 20 suspected militants following Bardo shootings
In the wake of the deadly shootings at the Bardo Museum, a security crackdown in Tunisia sees more than 20 suspected militants arrested. Ten are thought to have been directly involved in the attack.
Pope visits Scampia, urges Camorra criminals 'return to honesty'
Pope Francis has visited one of Italy’s most dangerous neighbourhoods in the city of Naples. Scampia has been described as a forgotten, crumbling
Kurdish new year brings fresh calls for peace in Turkey
Renewed calls for peace in Turkey as the Kurdish new year rings in: jailed PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan pushes for his fighters to disarm and end a decades-long war with government forces.
10,000 people in Le Mont-Saint-Michel enjoy 'super moon effect'
China, Japan and South Korea meet to improve frosty relations
The foreign ministers of China, Japan and South Korea were in Seoul on Saturday .. to try and improve frosty relations ..strained by historical and
Nowruz celebrations mark the start of spring
Saturday is the Persian new year festival of Nowruz which marks the beginning of spring. Euronews reporter Omid Lahabi visited a group of students
Machete-wielding man shot by police at US airport
A man who tried to storm a security checkpoint at a US airport armed with a machete has been shot three times by police. The man is said to have
Brazilian prosecutors push for tougher measures against corruption
Brazilian prosecutors are calling for tougher prison sentences and more legal powers to crackdown on corruption. They are hoping to ride a wave of
Greece: Golden Dawn leader put under house arrest pending trial
Liberia reports first Ebola case in weeks
Liberia has reported its first Ebola case in weeks, a setback for a country which was hoping to declare itself free of the virus next month
Ten killed in police ambush in Mexico
Ten people have been killed in a gunfight after suspected gang members ambushed a police convoy in western Mexico. The attack, which happened in
Russian Navy vessels test fire-power amid nationwide drills
More than 30 Russian Navy vessels have been taking part in drills in the Barents Sea. The exercises are said to be testing readiness against any
Nigeria: Dozens of corpses found in town re-taken from Boko Haram
At least 70 bodies have been found scattered under a bridge in a Nigerian town recently re-taken from Boko Haram militants. The partially mummified
No longer a mystery: Pompeii's 'crown jewel' restored
After a two-year restoration project, Pompeii’s crown jewel, the Villa of Mysteries, has been unveiled. Plans to restore the ancient Italian city