Rafael Nadal continued his march towards an unprecedented ninth Barcelona Open title after he beat Philipp Kohlschreiber in straight sets in the
An Egyptian court has delayed its verdict in the latest trial against former President Mohamed Mursi. It is three years since Mursi of the Muslim
Spain’s King Felipe has presented the country’s highest literary award, the Cervantes prize, to Mexican writer Fernando del Paso in recognition of a
A university professor has been hacked to death in northwest Bangladesh – the latest to die in a series of attacks on liberal activists in the
North Korea looks to have fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile on Saturday off its east coast. The reports come from South Korea’s military
Euronews meets Elnaz Rekabi who, this year and against the odds, has become the first Iranian female to compete full-time on the World Cup climbing circuit.
Liverpool have benched their France international player Mamadou Sakho following a failed drugs test. The English Premier League side confirmed that
The San Antonio Spurs tightened their grip on their best-of-seven playoff with the Memphis Grizzlies after taking a 3-0 lead after game three. The
To mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, Euronews journalists recited one of his most famous quotes in their native languages.
US President Barack Obama arrived at the royal residence of Windsor Castle and met Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II on Friday. Obama was accompanied by
The US Department of Justice has dropped a potentially precedent-setting case against Apple. Prosecutors were attempting to force the tech giant to
Volkswagen has announced it will be putting aside €16.2 billion to help pay for its emissions scandal, more than double the €6.7 billion it told
One month on from the terrorist attacks in Brussels, reconstruction work on the airport continues. Authorities say they aim to have it back to