European leaders have agreed to treble the budget of the EU’s Triton search and rescue operation in a bid to save the lives of migrants attempting to
The winners of the SportAccord Euronews awards were announced in Sochi. Mariusz Wlazly scooped the Sportsman of the year gong. The Polish volleyball
A senior UN delegation has visited camps in Baghdad for Iraq’s internally-displaced people – 2.7 million of whom have fled their homes since January
In October 2013, images of 111 coffins, four containing children, shocked the world. They were lined up in a shed on the Italian island of Lampedusa
Armenia remembers those who died in 1915: 1.5 million people are canonised in the country's main church.
It is an anniversary image that is out of this world! For the 25th birthday of the Hubble Space Telescope, NASA has released a celestial snapshot
An American and an Italian who had been held hostage for several years by al Qaeda in the border region of Pakistan and Afghanistan were inadvertently killed in a US counter-terrorism operation in Jan
It is five years since Greece went to the EU for financial help for the first time. This brought about international economic oversight, the sharpest
President Obama has apologised after two Western hostages were accidentally killed when US forces attacked an al Qaeda base on the Afghan-Pakistani
Brazilian energy giant Petrobras is facing spiralling costs related to corruption as the biggest scandal in the country’s history looks set to punch
The two-week programme of the Madách International Theatre Meeting has brought together 20 productions from 13 countries in Budapest. After the
Amnesty International organised a “Funeral March” in the streets of Brussels as European leaders gather for emergency summit on migrant crisis.
Silvard Atajyan was three years of age when mass killings were taking place in southern Turkey in 1915. She was saved by French soldiers along with
Without a dragon but expecting to be an older brother, the best video from Baby George: a euronews present to the Royal heir and his followers.
Regulators in New York and London say Deutsche Bank is to pay the US and British authorities a record 2.3-billion-euro fine for interest rate
Here are seven things to know about England to coincide with the country’s annual celebration, St George’s Day. Great Britain, United Kingdom and
The Honda badge has finally truly won its wings with the launch of the company’s first-ever aircraft.
It is an executive jet Honda says is quieter
Huge jumps in operating and R&D costs at Facebook have slowed quarterly revenue growth to its lowest in two years
The social media giant warned
Someone has to go first. So why not me? That is the attitude of Valery Spiridonov who is hoping to have his head transplanted onto a different body
Spain’s economy may be showing signs of recovery but there was no corresponding improvement in unemployment in Q1 say the latest figures from the
Fading French figures have dragged down Eurozone private sector business growth according to a Markit survey.
April has seen new orders in the