Egypt’s powerful armed forces issued a virtual ultimatum to Islamist President Mohamed Mursi on Monday, calling on the nation’s feuding politicians
US President Barack Obama says his government will provide nearly 5.4 billion euros over the next five years to help combat power blackouts in
Ali Larayedh, the head of the Tunisian government, was in Brussels on June 25, to see the European Commission and Council presidents, as well as the
Recurring water shortages endanger local ecosystems and threaten agriculture-based communities.
As climate change continues, forecasters expect
Euronews reporter François Chignac visited the Libreville, the capital of Gabon, to take a look at all things African at the New York Forum for
Two years after the “Arab Spring”, which saw the fall of the old regime and brought democracy to Tunisia, life remains difficult for a large part of
In the modern world education is increasingly technological. From sophisticated robotics engineering to tablets in schools, all around the world
At the end of a donor’s conference just held for Mali, its president could count up three and a quarter billion euros in aid promises, some of the
With climate change, deforestation and ever increasing threats to wildlife, environmental activists believe much more still needs to be done to
In many ways the world is a better place for women than it was a century ago when International Women’s Day was first held. But UNESCO estimates that
It has been some 60 years since Tunisia granted women some of the most far-reaching rights in the Arab world, becoming a pioneer in the
Olympic heroes lead the way in school
Is taking part in school sport just a matter of keeping fit, or are there more unexpected benefits? And what
Tunisia and Egypt are emblematic of the Arab Spring. Both similarities and contrasts have marked their paths. Now they seem to be heading into a new
Alasdair Sandford, euronews:
Joining us from Washington is Professor Chester Crocker of Georgetown University.
He served as Assistant Secretary
The surprise move by the French government to attack jihadist rebels in Mali followed the surprise rebel advance southward toward the capital Bamako
A stark warning for Westerners comes as Mohamed al-Zawahiri, a former senior member in the Egyptian Salafist jihadist movement, speaking to euronews
Against the backdrop of an unfolding hostage drama in Algeria, euronews spoke to Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the secretary general of NATO.
French military action – Opération Serval – against Islamists trying to take control of northern Mali has moved into a new phase: the deployment of
French military intervention in north Mali is aimed at stopping a radical Islamic takeover of the territory.
Three groups essentially dominate
This week in Learning World, we look at the issue of child labour. An estimated 250 million children are forced to work rather than go to school
Stability is in short supply in Egypt. The election of the Muslim Brotherhood and the recent vote on a new constitution has split the country and
The former head of the Arab League, Amr Moussa, has been talking to euronews reporter Mohammed Shaikhibrahim about the current unrest in Egypt
Media technology is everywhere, and of course it is important to teach young people to make the best use of it, to use radio, TV and social networks
A musical education does not just produce musicians. Researchers say it also boosts young people’s self-esteem. The film “Buena Vista Social Club”
Calling for the cutting of all contact with Tel Aviv hundreds of Egyptians, angry about Israel’s strikes against Gaza, are protesting in Cairo
This week, I-Talk welcomes musician-turned-politician Youssou N’Dour, Senegal’s new minister for culture and tourism.
After making a name for