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The German Chancellor and the leaders of the country’s regions have agreed to speed up the processing of asylum applications. However, they have put
Underwater images have been released of a ship that sank off the coast of Libya last month, killing up to 900 migrants. Only 24 people survived the
Saudi Arabia is offering a five-day ceasefire in Yemen, so that emergency aid can be brought in. Continued fighting, and Saudi-led air strikes, have
Two adults are accused of trying to smuggle a child into Spain inside a suitcase
Russian President Vladimir Putin has rolled out the red carpet for Chinese President Xi Jinping as they met in Moscow ahead of Victory Day commemorations in the capital.
Local hope Nijat Shikhalizada produced a superb display to down Great Britain’s Colin Oates in the final of the under 66 kilo category at the Baku
It appears Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has paid a heavy price for joining a coalition with the Conservatives as his party was virtually
Scottish Nationalist leader Nicola Sturgeon may not have a share of power in a Labour coalition government as she had hoped, but the election was a
Following his election victory, David Cameron says he will organise a referendum on EU membership
Can beating world hunger and developing food sustainability start at your own kitchen table? In this edition of Learning World we explore some
A military helicopter carrying a diplomatic delegation has crashed in northern Pakistan killing seven people, including the ambassadors of Norway and the Philippines.
As VE Day marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe. In Ukraine the commemoration has extra significance as young
The 2015 British election has thrown up a stunning result that confounded the opinion polls and returned David Cameron and his Conservatives to
Alex Rodriguez blasted the 661st home run of his career on Thursday to stand alone in fourth place on baseball’s all-time home run list. The
The Spanish Football Association has announced that it was to suspend all domestic competitions from May 16 due to a dispute with the government
Germany’s parliament remembers the end of World War Two 70 years ago when “arms in Europe were finally silenced,” as the Bundestag’s president put it
Putting political quarrels aside, UK party leaders paid their respects at the Cenotaph in London to mark 70 years since Winston Churchill declared
Two-time Olympic champion Tina Maze has announced she will take a year’s break from skiing. The 32-year-old, who secured gold medals in the downhill
The US has announced a drop in unemployment from 5.5 percent to 5.4 the lowest jobless level since 2008. Nonfarm payrolls were up by 223,000 with the
Border guards have foiled an attempt to smuggle an eight-year old boy into Spain in a suitcase.
The boy, from the Ivory Coast was discovered at the
To cries from the audience of “Bye Nigel” the Ukip leader Nigel Farage failed in his bid to become an MP, but the wrecking ball he launched into
Euronews reporter Sarah Chappell, in London for the British General Election, filed this analysis of the nights dramatic events.
“After weeks of
UK Prime Minister David Cameron promised a referendum on EU membership if he won a second term in office. Eurosceptism remains high in Britain with
Seventy years ago, the people of Britain swarmed Buckingham Palace, the Mall and Trafalgar Square carrying British flags and jubilant smiles to
It has been a disastrous night for the Labour party in Britain who suffered a crushing defeat in the election. In light of his party’s poor showing
British financial markets reacted with glee as the Conservatives claimed election victory.
Investors breathed a sign of relief as the prospect of a
Across the UK the media is reacting to the shock result of a Conservative majority in the 2015 general election. Here’s what some of them are
One of the election results that was no surprise was the hammering dealt out to the Liberal Democrats, but it was a disaster of epic proportions for
This week on Europe Weekly, we recap the UK general election results and a promised referendum on its EU membership. Ahead of the eurozone finance
Events are being held across Europe to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two. In Paris, French president François Hollande kicked off