A six-year-old boy from Isère has become the first person in France to receive an ultra-low-cost prosthetic limb. Costing less than 50 euros to
The deadline has passed but the peace deal hasn’t been signed between South Sudan’s warring factions. President Salva Kiir said he needed more time
Oscar Pistorius could be released from prison as early as Friday, August 21, but his ordeal far from being over. Following ten months in jail for
Euronews spoke to Italian freelancer journalist Sofia Nitti, who was close by the scene in Bangkok when the blast happened. “Rescuers arrived quite
Four more people were gored to death by bulls over the weekend in Spain. A local councillor died in Penafiel, a small town north of Madrid. José
Festival-goers in Hungary have been encouraged to show solidarity to refugees entering the country – by donating their tents and sleeping bags
Iraq’s parliament has referred to the judiciary a report by the Committee of Defence and Security. It calls for the trial of former
Critics of Egypt’s new anti-terrorism law, fear it will be used to crush dissent and stifle press freedom. The addition to the law books, introduced
Turkey’s political future is in limbo after talks between the ruling AK Party and the nationalist MHP broke down. Snap elections could be on the
It’s business as usual in the German Bundesliga. Reigning champions Bayern Munich kick-started their title defence in impressive fashion. Pep
Sri Lanka’s parliamentary elections could see the return to the political centre stage of its former strongman president Mahinda Rajapaksa. In
The Indian airline IndiGo has confirmed an order from Airbus for the biggest ever number of planes. The low-cost airline had announced last October
*according to the New York Times In a long exposé published on Sunday, the New York Times investigated, based on a large number interviews, some of
A bomb exploded in the centre of the Thai capital this Monday.
Media reported 12 people were killed and 20 wounded.
The blast, near a shrine at a
Sunday night’s fighting in eastern Ukraine between government forces and rebels claimed the lives of several civilians, according to both sides. In
From a distance they almost look like holidaymakers, splashing about in the sea. But Monday morning’s dinghy-load brought the latest batch of
Egypt has strengthened its already formidable anti-terrorism arsenal with a new law to counter an Islamist insurgency. It has prompted fears that the
The publicity drive for the next installment of the Star Wars franchise has entered warp speed with the news that Jurassic World director Colin
Eighteen year-old Xiao Xu was one of the first firefighters sent to tackle the blaze that ripped through a chemicals warehouse in the port of Tianjin last week.
Voting is underway in Sri Lanka’s general election which is being widely seen as a test of a comeback bid by former President Mahinda Rajapaksa
Indonesian search and rescue teams have headed for the country’s mountainous eastern region of Papua looking for a plane which crashed on Sunday with
Clashes have broken out between migrants on the Greek island of Kos on the 15 of August. A group of Pakistani migrants clashed with those from
Ex-PM Maliki is blamed along with 35 officials for last year's fall of the city of Mosul to ISIL militants.