UEFA’s executive committee held its first meeting of the year on Friday at the House of European Football in Nyon Switzerland. At the meeting the top
Analysts say the power to dissolve parliament is key
El Salvador is the latest country in Latin America to be put on alert over the “mosquito-borne Zika virus”:#ZikaVirus: Women in El Salvador advised
The incumbent Prime Minister plays a high-stakes game of "wait and see"
Fours days of protests and riots over jobs and the economy have shaken the country
Italy’s finance police stopped a suspicious vehicle in Rome – and found more than $2.5 million in counterfeit US currency! Two Italians inside the
Over 20 years after he was first elected president, Imomali Rakhmon has tightened his grip on power in Tajikistan. Parliament has approved
A genuine show of support or a sham? Thousands of people have rallied in Chechnya’s capital, Grozny, to back the region’s pro-Kremlin leader Ramzan
The COP21 deal, agreed in Paris in December 2015 and due to be signed in April 2016, commits to 100 billion dollars in climate finance per year for
Volkswagen says there will be no compensation plan for Europe for those affected by its diesel emissions scandal.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has hosted Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in Berlin for the first intergovernmental talks, with the migrant
Head of the European Central Bank Mario Draghi, attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, has indicated that the ECB intends to step up stimulus and defend and promote growth in the Eurozone in the
This edition of Learning World looks at crisis education, and crisis management; two schools, two approaches to tackling disasters professionally
In this edition of Business Planet, we visit the Onassis Foundation in Athens to find out how we can transform waste into raw materials. This concept
Amid the ranks of world leaders and business giants at Davos, the World Economic Forum also attracts celebrities. For actor Kevin Spacey – scheming
The spotlight is on big business and politics at Davos during the World Economic Forum. But euronews wondered what skiers on the slopes think about
Germany’s Chancellor and Turkey’s prime minister address the media following their bilateral meeting in Berlin.
Head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, has announced she will run for a second term as managing director of the financial institution.
Iran’s president’s visit to Europe was scheduled for the 14 and 15 November 2015, but postponed as a result of the terrorist attacks in Paris. Over
In this edition of Europe Weekly, senior officials warn the EU is running out of time to find a solution to the continent’s refugee crisis; Denmark
Temperatures dipping as low as -10 degrees Celsius in Berlin didn’t stop fashionistas from attending the major biannual fashion event in the German
This month is already the deadliest January on record for migrants crossing the Aegean
As usual, here is our normal weekly roundup of the weird and wonderful lesser stories you may have missed, but spotted by our journalists in media
France’s only aircraft carrier the Charles de Gaulle has been deployed in the Gulf since December for actions against the group calling itself
Deutsche Bank shares plummeted some ten percent after warning it would report a record loss for 2015.
Eurozone business activity has hit an 11-month low according to the Composite Purchasing Managers Index (PMI).
Nine films earned a further 143.3 million euros at the box office after being nominated for an Oscar in last year’s ceremony, it’s