France’s foreign minister has said the constitutional court of Gabon must examine a challenge to the country’s presidential election by opposition candidate Jean…
Planes have completed an aerial spraying for mosquitoes carrying Zika in Miami, despite protests over the insecticide’s possible harmful effects.
Former FIFA vice president Jeffrey Webb has been banned from football for life by the body’s ethics committee.
The US House of Representatives has passed a bill to allow 9/11 victims’ families sue Saudi Arabia for damages.
Stage 19 was the penultimate stage of the Vuelta a Espana – a rolling time trial of 37km from Chabia to Calpe.
A move towards European energy diversity with the signing in Budapest of agreements to build the Romanian section of the BRUA pipeline network through Bulgaria-Romania-Hungary and Austria.
The world’s most-expensive unpolished diamond at the time of sale has been unveiled in a Paris exhibition.
Social media giant Facebook has provoked controversy by censoring an iconic photo over child nudity concerns.
Former Pope Benedict XVI has given a candid, book-length interview, outlining his likes and dislikes during his papacy.
Fifteen years on from the 9/11 attacks and more than five years after the death of Osama bin Laden what has happened to Al Qaeda?
Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras has called for pro-growth policies at a meeting of Europe’s Mediterranean countries in Athens.
US President Barack Obama openly condemned North Korea’s latest nuclear test.
The US has brought the first criminal charges against a Volkswagen executive over the diesel emissions scandal. Engineer James Liang has pleaded guilty and will cooperate with investigators.
Thousands of Iranians have protested in Tehran against Saudi Arabia’s ruling family, shouting “death to Al Saud the traitors” as the annual Hajj pilgrimage to the Saudi city of Mecca gets…
EU finance ministers are pushing Greece to press ahead with reforms so it can receive 2.8 billion euros bailout cash from the EU and International Monetary Fund by the end of October.
Looking for a breakthrough, the US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov are meeting in Geneva for a new round of talks on a Syrian…
The European Commission has withdrawn proposals that would limit next year’s abolition of mobile roaming charges, after criticism that the rules should go further to favour…
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise has slimmed down further by selling its software business to British firm Micro Focus.
Hanjin Shipping's largest shareholder, Korean Air Lines, has again delayed a decision on a rescue plan, adding to uncertainty about cargo stranded at sea following the container carrier's collapse.
The future architecture of the post-Brexit European Union will be discussed on September 16 in the Slovak capital of Bratislava.
Every Friday journalists from euronews’ various language teams choose a selection of stories from Europe and beyond which did not reach the international headlines Burmese group protests against Kofi
Federica Mogherini has encouraged the European Union and Turkey to “talk more to each other and a little bit less about each other.
At least three people were killed on Friday after a train derailed in Galicia in north-western Spain, emergency services said.
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