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Turkish-Iranian gold-trader gives evidence in an Iran sanctions-busting trial in New York
The latest round of peace talks begin in Geneva. The Syrian opposition is calling for a political solution within six months
Eu-Africa summit leaders back an emergency evacuation of migrants caught up in slave trade in Libya
US tells UN Security Council latest North Korean missile test brings war "closer", and says nations must sever diplomatic relations.
Some former prisoners of war say justice has only partially been done.
Pictures of the coach wearing the Thai team kit and makeshift headscarves in the Gorgan city stadium have circulated on social media
Euronews interviews journalist Andrew Meldrum, who was kicked out of Zimbabwe in 2003 over his reporting on Mugabe's regime
Right-wing activists from Hungary have held a protest in Brussels.
It was to voice their anger at EU migration policy
And criticism from the
If we don’t work to ensure that everyone in Europe and the world has a nationality, this purely man-made problem will continue to be passed from one generation to the next, writes UNHCR's Aikaterini Kitidi
Let us take you on a visit to one of the last audio cassette factories in Europe.
The momument has angered Russia's communists
More than 80 percent of bananas harvested on plantations in Ghana, Cameroon or Ivory Coast go to the EU.
The EU wants to promote the growing
Five things to know this week.
Major expansion work is underway on the Port of Abidjan to seal its position as one of West Africa's leading commercial hubs.
The American drama starring Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks was given the nod by the National Board of Review.
Two Danish women have created a pin-up calendar featuring disabled women to show that "disabilities don't prevent women from being beautiful".
Journals kept by the former chief of Russia's anti-doping lab are being used as evidence in a case that will determine the fate of the country's Winter Olympics team.
President shares three videos, one of which is said to be falsely captioned.
The Bosnian Croat military leader, who has reportedly died after drinking poison in court in The Hague, was behind the persecution of Muslims and the destruction of the historic Mostar bridge.
After the chairman of the US communications regulator FCC, Ajit Pai, unveiled plans to repeal net neutrality in the US, California Rep. Ro Khanna
The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier reckons a deal is near that will see both sides talking trade.
They agreed they must settle the
The pair jumped off a mountain in the Alps and landed on board an airplane in mid-air.
The move to reassure football fans follows claims by former FIFA president Sepp Blatter that some European level fixtures were fixed.
Australia's Senate passes same-sex marriage law, dismissing conservative efforts to let religious objectors refuse to provide wedding services to gay couples
The diamond just fell short of breaking a world record.
After the council's chainsaws, Andrea Gandini moves in with his chisel.
Alfa Romeo is returning to Formula 1 for the first time in more than 30 years.
The Italian car maker has agreed a new partnership with the
Around 150,000 people attended the religious ceremony.
A 350-metre-long iceberg is the latest fragment to break off the Antarctic ice shelf.
At around 280 metres wide, the block is the former “western
Alan Pardew appointed West Brom coach as Sam Allardyce prepares to take over at Everton