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Days after the Turkish authorities seized control of the country’s largest newspaper Zaman, its reporters in Germany have published their own
A muddy mishap by two Mossad agents on an overseas mission is set to cost Israel’s secret service. The unfortunate pair were operating in German
Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova has announced she has tested positive for a banned substance. Maria Sharapova announces failed drug test at
What a way to mark Mother’s Day in the United Kingdom! Sunday saw Britain’s Royal Family release rare footage, from 1949, of tiny toddler Prince
He quite literally changed our world. Tributes have poured in to American Ray Tomlinson, considered to be the godfather of email, following his
A dozen people were killed and 30 wounded in the blast that rocked the town of Shabqadar, northwest of the capital Islamabad.
Crossing the road will never be the same again in the Spanish city of Valencia. From now on, female pedestrian lights will help people get to the
After an extremely tough stage 1 in ''Paris-Nice'':http://www.letour.fr/paris-nice/2016/us/ the Frenchman Arnaud Démare thrilled the home fans with a sprint victory in Vendôme.
Turkey is offering to step up its help to tackle Europe’s migrant crisis, but it wants more money and faster visa-free travel. Ankara is reportedly
Aksaray Square in Istanbul has been called “smugglers square”. It is there that migrants gather almost every day at sundown in the hope of buying a
Russian car ,manufacturer Avtovaz has dumped its chief executive Bo Andersson after the Lada maker reported a record loss following slumping sales.
The country's first international-standard refugee camp has opened in Grande-Synthe, near Dunkirk.
Tunisia’s government said dozens of Islamist militants attacked army and police posts in the town of Ben Guerdan. It said at least fifty people were
French utility EDF won't delay a decision on building nuclear reactors at Hinkley Point in England even though its finance director has quit saying the project is too risky.
We have all been guilty at some point of ignoring Health and Safety signs, on the road or in our offices and places of work, but it does play a role
Euronews sports reporter Paula Vilaplana takes a multi-faceted look at the world of football: "Hello this is 'The Corner' and in the vital Bundesliga match both Bayern and Dortmund fired blanks. The
As EU leaders and Turkey seek solutions to the migration crisis, far from the comfortable conference rooms of Brussels, blocked at a border marked by
The ceasefire and strict border control by Turkey has not put an end to Syrian civilians fleeing their homeland. A camp in Akçakale is one of the
Controversy is mounting after the French presidency awarded the Légion d’Honneur, the country’s highest decoration, to Mohammed ben Nayef, Crown
Turkey's takeover of leading opposition newspaper Zaman has been widely criticized by EU leaders worried about a media crackdown.
With around 30,000 migrants and refugees bottled up in Greece, euronews reporter Apostolos Staikos has been to see conditions at a camp in Idomeni
The government of Ethiopia and the United Nations have asked for help to feed more than 10.2 Ethiopians. A long-standing drought has led to
German utility RWE reportedly plans to cut about 2,500 jobs at its struggling British subsidiary npower amid customer losses, billing issues and tougher competition.
Forget about werewolves. Vampires are so last century and so are zombies. But mermaids are definitely 2016. That’s according to young Polish director
German industrial orders slipped in January by 0.1 percent from the previous month. A spike in orders from eurozone countries cushioned a drop in demand from domestic customers.
Austria’s Eva-Maria Brem produced a stunning performance to secure a women’s World Cup giant slalom in Slovakia on Monday. The 27-year-old built a
Apple's Macintosh computers have been hit for the first time by a hacking attack using what is known as ransomware. Previously only Microsoft's Windows operating system was targeted.
The US Commerce Department is set to place export restrictions on Chinese telecoms equipment maker ZTE for alleged violations of sanctions against Iran
Police in the Australian city of Sydney say a gunman who triggered a six-hour stand-off at a factory is dead. They say the man fatally shot one
The UN began celebrating International Women's Day on 8 March during International Women's Year in 1975