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A war of words has erupted between Ukraine and Russia after the second murder in two days in Kyiv of a prominent pro-Moscow figure. Journalist Oles
Fighters linked to al-Qaeda have reportedly seized a major airport and an oil terminal in southern Yemen. It comes as the country slides deeper into
Thousands have gathered in Athens to protest against a licence suspension for a mine in Skouries, in the Halkidiki area. According to authorities
Luis Carballo will be online to discuss his experiences in Chad on Thursday at 15:00 CET. He’ll answer your questions in English, Spanish or French
The official selection for the 68th Cannes Film Festival was unveiled on Thursday, and the stars of the lineup so far are France and women. French
A rising wave of violence against foreigners in South Africa brought thousands of protesters to the streets for a ‘peace march’ in the eastern city
Activists will take to the streets on Saturday (April 18) in what is expected to be one of the biggest protests against the EU-US trade deal.
Forty-one people drowned on Thursday while attempting to reach Italy by boat from Libya according to the International Organisation for Migration
Nine months after Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine, investigators have returned to the crash site, after gaining
Bridging the gap between music and science: it’s the dream, and the objective, of a young, talented and successful conductor. In Stockholm, where he
A military jet has been filmed firing on Ramadi, as the city below is in the throes of a power struggle. The plane, believed to belong to US-led
Global growth is not enough, according to the head of the International Monetary Fund.
Speaking at a meeting of the world’s top economic
Badminton is the fastest racket sport that exists and this clip – from our weekly Sports United show – looks at the fastest shot of the lot – the
The EU and Cuba have accelerated talks to normalise relations. The US is also ending decades of estrangement as Cuba’s Communist regime allows
After yet more lives lost in the Mediterranean sea, human rights activists are demanding the EU changes course on its migration and asylum policies
A journalist known for his pro-Russian views was shot dead in Kyiv on Thursday (April 16). Oles Buzyna was gunned down near his home by two masked
There has been a nervous reaction across markets amid growing concerns Greece will default on its debt and Standard and Poor’s downgrading.
More than 5,000 South Africans took to the street to protest against attacks on foreigners.
Demonstrators in Durban shouted “down with xenophobia”
Hundreds of Ukrainians demonstrated in Kyiv on Thursday in support of a controversial law that aims to cleanse the new government of any remnants of
Attacks on Muslims and other Islamophobic acts in France have surged 500 percent since the Charlie Hebdo murders, new figures reveal.
In an exclusive interview with euronews, Iran calls for an end to foreign interference in Yemen. It comes as the UN's special envoy to the country steps down amid mounting criticism for not brokering
The PSA World Series brings the planet’s best squash players together for some of the most prestigious events throughout the season. Most recently
Concerning everything Russians want to know about their president’s worldview, once a year, Vladimir Putin accepts their questions, sent through a
‘Lost River’ marks the directorial debut of actor Ryan Gosling. The film is a dark tale about love, family and the fight for survival in the face of
Hundreds die attempting to cross the Mediterranean from north Africa. Thousands are saved, but Italy is struggling to cope with escalating migrant arrivals.
OPEC says its expect demand for its oil to be higher than expected as its policy of letting prices fall to hurt other producers begins to bite.
Volkswagen’s supervisory board is meeting today to resolve a deepening row between its chairman, Ferdinand Piech and chief executive Martin
Eurostar has suffered a drop in sales. Year on year first quarter revenues are down six percent or 300 million euros.
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Israel came to a two minute standstill on Thursday to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day. To the sound of a siren people stood in solemn silence in
Gisele Bundchen strutted down the catwalk for the last time in an emotionally charged fashion show in Sao Paulo, Brazil Gisele has called time on a