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Chancellor Angela Merkel braces herself for a revolt within her own party during a parliamentary vote on the third Greek bailout but which nonetheless is expected to be approved.
Splendour Joe Abisoye is no ordinary nine year old. A trip to a camp for displaced civilians in her country’s north made such an impression on the
Hundreds of Athletic Bilbao fans gathered near the San Mames Stadium on Monday night to celebrate their club’s stunning victory over Barcelona to
Morocco celebrated overall victory at the Beach Soccer Worldwide Tour on home sand in El Jadida. The host nation lost to Hungary on the final day of
Mateo Kovacic will be passing to Cristiano Ronaldo instead of tackling him from now on after the Croatia international joined Real Madrid from Inter
After 18 months and some 100 000 hours of labour, François Gabart’s giant trimaran finally emerged from the dockyard to take it’s place on the water
When you think of golf, being fit and running around the fairways to quickly taking your shots against the clock isn’t quite what most people have in
Russian police say they have broken up a gang producing millions of dollars worth of contraband cheese using banned Western ingredients. Six people
Following a series of failed coalition talks, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has handed back the mandate to form a government to President
The body of a kidnapped 17-year-old girl, held for a 1.2-million-euro ransom, has been found in eastern Germany. The girl, identified only
Turkey's political future hangs in the balance as Prime Minister Davutoglu hands back the mandate to form a government to President Erdogan.
Italian authorities arrest eight suspected human traffickers after 49 migrants were found dead on a boat in the Mediterranean.
The Arab League says an “urgent” Arab strategy is needed to support Libya’s government militarily against the Islamic State group. But the
Thousands of priceless antiquities in Syria are being gathered and stored in Damascus to protect them from the Islamic State militant group and other
Boston Dynamics , one of Google’s parent company Alphabet’s hi-tech arms, has released video of its latest baby, the Atlas robot. In the video the
Russian President Vladimir Putin has blamed Kyiv for the latest burst of fighting in Ukraine’s restive east. Putin made the accusation on the second
Sri Lanka’s ruling United National Party has won the most seats in the country’s parliamentary elections. The UNP picked up one hundred and six out
Thailand’s prime minister appears convinced he knows who is behind the Monday bombing in Bangkok. “There are individuals or groups who seek to
Thai authorities are looking for a suspect seen leaving a backpack at the scene of Monday's fatal bomb blast in Bangkok. A second, small explosion in the capital on Tuesday caused no injuries.
Euronews spoke with Italian journalist Sofia Nitti, who is based in Bangkok. She said that many tourists in Thailand are worried after yesterday’s
Lyudmila Savchuk, received one rouble in damages after suing an alleged online 'propaganda' factory in order to 'bring them out of the shadows'.
Greek authorities have given their final approval for the sale of 14 regional airports to German operator Fraport. It is the first privatisation to
The self-proclaimed Islamic State has released a propaganda video threatening Turkey,describing its president as an “infidel” and a “traitor”
A family of coca growers in Peru try to salvage their damaged crops after their plot was destroyed by a government eradication campaign. Thousands
There has been a new explosion in Bangkok, the day after a bomb attack that killed more than 20 people in the Thai capital. Police are quoted as
A British photography crew where allegedly evicted from the Packard Plant in Detroit, Michigan, yesterday (August 17) after bringing a live tiger on
Ships at Tianjin docks sounded their horns, as ceremonies were held in the northeastern Chinese port for the victims of last week’s explosions at a
Sebastian Coe has been elected president of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF.)
The former British long-distance runner
As Thai authorities attempt to identify the group or individual behind the Bangkok bombing, security experts are warning against premature
Cameras caught the moments after a powerful bomb brought death and destruction to Bangkok. The devastating blast struck around 7 p.m. yesterday