The wife of British student Matthew Hedges — who was arrested in Dubai on spying charges — told Euronews her husband had 'vomited every day for three and a half months' since he was put in solitary confinement.
The international community helps Syria & Turkey to restore mobility to the war-disabled, and take some of the strain off stretched local health services.
The trendiest leak-proof and fuss-free reusable flasks for your desk, home and on-the-go activities.
Hungary is ready to discuss issues, he says in euronews interview
Garou, one of the most successful French-Canadian recording artists in the world, is making his debut in the Middle East as part of his 20 Year Jubilee Tour.
A report has identified the EU countries that won't meet the EU's 2020 target of 50% recycling rate.
Our latest episode of "FollowUp Siberia" looks at a land of mighty rivers where modernism is meeting the challenge of taking tradition into the 21st century.
The Ukrainian filmmaker was arrested in 2014 and sentenced to 20 years in jail on terrorism charges, which he denies.
The public tender for a working space in Spain has been cancelled after a tribunal ruled it discriminated against heterosexual people.
The Paris zoo of "La Menagerie" in the Jardin des Plantes gardens welcomed the birth of a Bornean orangutan named Java, the zoo's first since 2005.
Central American migrants clustered for the night on Wednesday (October 24) in the southern Mexico town of Mapastepec after advancing on their trek toward the United States, despite Mexico's vows to hinder their progress under pressure from the Trump administration.
Residents on Mexico's Pacific coast on Wednesday (October 24) began clearing up the wreckage left by Hurricane Willa, which ripped through towns overnight, tearing off rooftops, downing power lines and splitting trees apart.
Scotland will review cull laws after a picture of an American TV presenter with her hunt caused outrage on social media.