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With Greece under constant international pressure to make more cuts and reforms to secure bailout money – at home there was a strong warning not to
The US ambassador to the United Nations has accused Moscow of “outright lies” over the financing and arming of pro-Russian separatists in eastern
At the conclusion of her four-day visit to the United States, First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon spoke at the Council on Foreign Relations in
Romania’s transport minister has resigned over controversial comments he made criticising his countrymen living abroad. Ioan Rus caused uproar by
It was a team effort on the last day of the European fencing championships in Montreux, Switzerland. Spearheaded by Olympic and individual European
Being punched, kicked, choked, strangled, and suffering excruciating joint-locking doesn’t sound a whole lot of fun. But those were the occupational
Manuela Carmena, of the leftist Ahora Madrid coalition, will be inaugurated as mayor of the Spanish capital on Saturday (June 13). Her party says she
“I pray to the almighty gods” is this year’s theme of the Whitsun festival in Salzburg, chosen by artistic director Cecilia Bartoli. The famous mezzo
The communications director of football's world governing body Walter De Gregorio is stepping down. Meanwhile FIFA's outgoing president Sepp Blatter has ruled out his immediate departure.
Portugal is to sell its national flag carrier TAP to a consortium led by a American-Brazilian businessman. The debt-burdened airline has struggled
South Korea reported on Thursday (June 11) a 10th death from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, also known as MERS. Some 3,800 people were kept
Swiss authorities have searched a house in Geneva and seized computer material in connection with a possible cyber attack on nuclear negotiations
“Major differences” remain between Greece and its international creditors, the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday, as officials tried to
EU leaders met their counterparts from Latin American and the Caribbean on Thursday in a summit largely overshadowed by the ongoing Greek debt talks
It was a happy landing for the three astronauts returning to earth this Thursday (June 11), after more than six months spent in space.
Disheartening news for the Greeks on Thursday who are patiently awaiting some gains after six years of austerity. The unemployment figures ticked up
With Turkey's political future hanging in the balance, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan urges politicians not to allow egos to get in the way of forming a government.
The latest batch of Native American artefacts were sold at auction in Paris on Wednesday in spite of condemnation from the US and others. Several
Looking to the future: How do opera houses, festivals and orchestras maintain tradition while moving their art forms forward, build and educate new
Formerly one of the most powerful men in China, ex-Domestic Security chief Zhou Yongkang becomes the latest domino to fall in the president's crackdown on corruption.
The respiratory infection known as MERS has parts of South Korea verging on paralysis. One village, Jangduk, 280 kilometres south of the capital
A country known for its six-star hotels is now catering to its four-legged friends.
My Second Home, the world’s largest lodge and play area for
Election nights have always been exciting in the Euronews’ newsroom. The calm atmosphere and the slowed rhythm of a weekend newsroom gives way to
On the Pont des Arts in Paris, the controversial “love padlocks” – signed and locked by lovers onto the bridge’s metal grids – have been replaced by
More than 900 volunteers in Sweden are helping police in their search for a teenage girl who has been missing for four days. 17-year-old Lisa Holm
Japanese authorities urged more than 300,000 residents to evacuate their homes on Thursday as torrential rains battered the south of the country
The new Panama Canal is near 90% complete, and on Thursday a test stretch on the Atlantic coastline was flooded for the first time.
Testing of the
The World Trade Organisation is to get a new member by the end of the year, its 162nd.
Kazakhstan has completed all the membership negotiations
The German big band leader, James Last known across the world as ‘Mr Happy Sound’ is dead. He was born Hans Last in Bremen in 1929. He started his
Employees at Greece’s state television ERT hugged each other and cried on Thursday as the channel aired its first broadcast in two years, after it