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France holds a sombre ceremony honouring four World War ll Resistance heroes during their internment in the Pantheon - the resting place for the nation's great.
Sevilla have successfully defended their Europa League crown with a hard-fought 3-2 win over Ukrainian outsiders Dnipro in Warsaw on Wednesday
A deal has been signed between the European Union (EU) and Switzerland in an effort to clamp down on tax evasion. The European Commission (EC)
Team Brunel produced a superb display to claim the seventh leg of the Volvo Ocean Race in Lisbon on Wednesday. The Dutch boat, skippered by Bouwe
The situation in eastern Ukraine seems to be at a crossroads: between a fragile and regularly-violated truce among pro-Russian rebel forces and
It is a bit like “Will she, won’t she?” with Greek debt at the moment.
Like a reluctant bride being dragged to the altar to honour a faded promise
This week’s regional elections in Spain have tested the voters’ mood.
The results were a verdict on the country’s prime minister and this verdict
A ship carrying fertiliser has been abandoned off the coast of Germany amid fears of an explosion. Resident along the North Sea coast, in the region
Denmark’s prime minister has called national elections for 18 June. Helle Thorning-Schmidt’s centre-left Social Democrats are set to face stiff
More than 80 people reported killed in what could be Yemen's deadliest day of bombing in over two months. Oxfam claims the country is on the brink of a humanitarian catastrophe.
Finland’s new government has picked the leader of a Eurosceptic party as its new foreign and Europe minister. The selection of Timo Soini, who heads
Around 20-thousand people have been evacuated from their homes in the German city of Cologne, as experts defused a Second World War bomb. The device
The EU has failed to lay the foundations for fighting corruption in Kosovo, a report has concluded.
Law professor Jean-Paul Jacqué said corruption
In Turkey’s general elections on June 7th, 19 parties will be competing for votes. These will include communists, liberals, Islamists and former
Flights in and out of Belgian airports have been disrupted due to a technical glitch at the domestic air traffic controller, Belgocontrol
Reports that depositors have been pulling money out of Greek banks at the rate of 200-300 million euros a day for most of the past week have injected
German consumers appear to be girding themselves to spend, spend, spend according to the latest confidence index from GfK.
Its indicator, based on
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth has outlined the government’s legislative agenda, during the official state opening of parliament at Westminster. One of
International Airlines Group, the British Airways/Iberia behemoth, is making a formal bid for Aer Lingus.
It follows the sale of the Irish
The twelve violin finalists in the Queen Elisabeth International Competition prepare for the grand final.