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Al-Shabaab gun and bomb attack targets Somalian beach-side cafés
Militant group Al-Shabaab has claimed responsibility for a bomb and gun attack in and around beach-side restaurants in the Somalian capital
Davos: A stark warning from Dame Ellen MacArthur
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Litvinenko's widow wants all Russian spies kicked out of London
The widow of murdered former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko wants all Russian agents expelled from the UK, following a report blaming the Russian
Mascherano accepts one-year jail term in plea bargain
Argentina international Javier Mascherano has been handed a suspended one year prison sentence for tax evasion. Last year the Barcelona star pleaded
Putin probably approved Litvinenko murder - inquiry
President Vladimir Putin probably approved a Russian intelligence operation to murder former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko. That’s the conclusion of
West Bank: Palestinians to go to the UN over Israel's land plan
Israel has announced plans to develop a large tract of agricultural land in the occupied West Bank.
Stock markets and oil prices rebound but is the volatility over?
Europe's stock markets and oil prices rebounded on Thursday after a turbulent few days that wiped trillions off companies' share values.
Thousands of Moldovans protest over appointment of new PM
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of the Moldovan capital Chisinau, to vent their anger over the appointment of Prime Minister Pavel
Governments need to get out of their 'cosy bed' with business - Oxfam chief speaks out on income inequality
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, euronews caught up with Winnie Byanyima, executive director of Oxfam. euronews: “How dramatic is the divide
Philadelphia captivated by Polish Canadian pianist
There's no cheating, it's music in its sheer truth. So says Philadelphia Orchestra Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin talking about the pianist Jan Lisiecki
Vieira unveiled as head coach of New City FC
Former Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira was suited, booted and ready for business in the Big Apple this week after being unveiled as the new coach of
Australian Open: Hewitt plays his last singles game
Australian tennis star Lleyton Hewitt played his final singles match of his career on Thursday, losing to Spain’s David Ferrer at his home grand slam
Moscow: Litvinenko report could 'poison' relations with Britain
Russia is rejecting the findings of the UK’s inquiry into the murder of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko, cautioning that it could “poison”
European Central Bank may launch more stimulus to counter economic slowdown
The European Central Bank is to review its monetary policy in March, hinting there will be more stimulus to try to get the eurozone economy moving again.
Syria: Turkey accuses Moscow and Damascus of jeopardising Geneva talks
Ahmet Davutoglu has backed calls to exclude militant organisations like the Kurdish YPG militia.
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Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia reopens borders
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)reopened its borders to migrants on Thursday (January 21), but only those who declared Germany or
World Economic Forum: EU starts 2016 deeply divided over migration crisis
A small window into a global humanitarian crisis, the ‘Day in the Life of a Refugee’ experience at Davos gives delegates a chance to stand in the
Baroque instruments: an authentic sound at Valletta Festival
To play Baroque music, artists usually use original instruments for an authentic sound. Many of these instruments are little known to a larger
Rouble hits new lows, Kremlin unruffled
The rouble slumped to new record lows on Thursday, threatening more hardship for ordinary Russians, but the Kremlin denied the currency was collapsing.
China's President Xi offers financial and political support to Egypt's Sisi
China and Egypt have signed investment and aid deals worth billions during a state visit to Cairo by President Xi Jinping.
Litvinenko widow wants Russian spies expelled from UK
Alexander Litvinenko’s widow has called for Russian agents to be expelled from Britain and for sanctions against Moscow. Marino Litvinenko also wants
Electric taxi maker wins court ruling over London "copy" cabs
A judge has ruled that London black cabs are not distinctive enough to be trademarked and dismissed a trademark case brought by the London Taxi Company.
EU urges VW to compensate European 'dieselgate' customers
The EU executive has called on Volkswagen to compensate European customers affected by the firm’s diesel scandal. VW is offering compensation to tens
Russia has 'bombed its way to Syria negotiating table'
Isabelle Kumar, euronews: “President Ilves, many thanks for giving us some of your time. Russian president Vladimir Putin is considered a risk-taker
Europe has 'six to eight weeks' to fix migrant crisis - Dutch PM
The Dutch prime minister says Europe has just six to eight weeks to find a fix for the migrant crisis. Mark Rutte was speaking at the World Economic
Daniele Gatti conducts Debussy, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky – With Julian Rachlin
“The Orchestre National de France and Music Director Daniele Gatti join forces with violin soloist Julian Rachlin to perform works by 19th- and
Barclays slashes jobs at investment banking division
Barclays will cut about 1,000 jobs in investment banking worldwide as new Chief Executive Jes Staley wields the axe in a bid to reduce costs and boost returns.
Apple plans app development centre in Italy
The southern Italian city of Naples has been chosen by Apple for the first of a series of app development centres. The idea is to train app
Probable Russian state involvement in Litvinenko murder 'deeply disturbing'
The British government says probable Russian state involvement in the murder of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko is “deeply disturbing.” It
H1N1 Swine flu: a new pandemic on the way?
An outbreak of swine flu in eastern Europe is claiming lives and causing a stir in the media. A major H1N1 outbreak sparked a World Health