There was food for thought for the Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis as the eurozone said in no uncertain terms that Athens would get no more
An ash cloud from Chile’s Calbuco volcano has hit neighbouring countries – with several airlines cancelling flights, as particles in the atmosphere
A century on, reconciliation and friendship replaced conflict at Gallipoli in Turkey – the scene of one of the bloodiest battles of the First World
Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has hit back at suggestions that eurogroup talks about a new finance package for his country have stalled
Driving the business of Britain. After his first term David Cameron, who became the country’s youngest prime minister for over 200 years is fighting
The International Cycling Union announced on Thursday that Vincenzo Nibali’s Astana Pro Team will retain their World Tour licence. The UCI revealed
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg’s entry into the higher echelons of British politics was more turbulent than an out-of-control elevator.
This edition of Learning World looks at three people who have entered the world of education on a mission: save the children.
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola will take on Barcelona for the first time since leaving in 2012 after the current Bundesliga leaders were paired
Apple’s much-trumpeted watch has gone on sale globally at selected high-end retailers and flagship stores.
But from Tokyo to Berlin to Los Angeles
Mayors and local authority trades unionists from municipalities all over Greece have converged in Athens to protest at the government’s ordering them
Eurogroup officials have been piling the pressure on Greece at the latest bailout talks taking place Friday in Riga.
John Wayne called her a “tomboy”. British actor David Niven said she was “the most beautiful Italian invention since spaghetti”. More than 150 films
US media giants Comcast and Time Warner say regulators have nixed their proposed 41.4 billion euro merger and they are abandoning the deal.
Every Friday euronews’ different language journalists pick a selection of stories that didn’t make the top headlines around Europe and the world
The banning of a Kurdish film at this year’s Istanbul Film festival has overshadowed the whole event. As a mark of solidarity other directors and
Italy’s UniCredit and Spain’s Banco Santander have reached preliminary agreement on a deal to merge their asset management units.
The deal will
Britain’s biggest bank HSBC has waded into the UK election campaign by saying it is considering leaving London because of the economic risk of
Dozens more migrants arrived at the Sicilian port of Catania on Friday. A total of 84 people were brought to shore by an Italian coastguard vessel
The Eurogroup finance ministers meeting in Riga has ended with a unanimous call for Greece to speed up its economic reforms if it wants its financial
Fourteen migrants have been hit by a train and killed in the former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia. It happened near the city of Veles, as the group
In this edition of Europe Weekly, the special EU summit on migration promises extra funds but no clear answers for asylum seekers; Amnesty
Indonesia has begun preparations for the execution of 10 inmates on death row.
The 10 have been found guilty of various drug-related offences