Repercussions in Morocco of social movements in the Arab world: King Mohammed VI is reforming the constitution, ready to cede some of his power and
Low cost schools are a new educational trend which is making a big impact in developing countries. The growth of these schools shows how fostering
With the situation in Libya still tense and, above all, highly fluid, Colonel Gaddafi’s son Saif al-Islam Gaddafi gave euronews his personal views on
Euronews travelled to ITB Berlin, the world’s leading travel trade show, to speak to representatives from countries worldwide and get a first-hand
Is Algeria primed for its own revolution? With a decade of civil war behind them, Algerians want nothing of the violence of the 1990s. But
Armando Guebuza has been the President of the Republic of Mozambique since he won the elections in 2004 with 68% of the vote. He spoke to Euronews
In the harsh, isolated, semi-desert region north of Cairo in Egypt, 150 acres has been planted with beans, peas and orange trees. But there is a
Civilians in Somalia’s 20-year war are wounded every day. The crossfire between government forces and insurgents destroys ordinary people’s lives
Working to stop female genital mutilation… In a village in Mali, a health group is trying to convince mothers to keep the knives of tradition away
Alassane Ouatara’s supporters stopped by Laurent Gbagbo’s forces.
Video by Jean Pierre Gayrard
This week in Learning World we highlight one of the organisations that plays a key role in education, UNESCO. Motivated by its mission to build
Ahmed Najib Chebbi and his political party are positioned to play a key role in debate over Tunisian society’s changing landscape. Chebbi is
You might think that leprosy is a disease of the past, but millions across the world still suffer the body wasting disease.
New treatments offer
Somalia is facing a dire humanitarian crisis, according to the UN.
Almost 30 percent – or two million – of its long-suffering people need aid to
Soon after the disputed election in Ivory Coast, Alassane Ouattara and his government in waiting moved to the safety of the UN protected Hotel du
Laurent Gbagbo, the incumbent president of Ivory Coast, has given an exclusive interview to euronews’ François Chignac in Abidjan.
The United Nations
From the desolate shores of Somalia, modern day pirates continue to launch attacks against international shipping across an area the size of
US actor and producer John Malkovich, who headed the jury at the 10th Marrakech Film Festival, broke with tradition in Morocco, announcing prizes for
Empowering developing countries
Grace Mueni Nyaa is the founder of the Kyome Fresh Company Ltd:
“The help that is coming to Africa is really good
US actor Harvey Keitel has been honoured at the Marrakesh film festival for his lifelong achievement and career as an actor.
Keitel, who has
The Democratic Republic of Congo holds some of Africa’s major mineral resources. Yet poverty is rampant, in the very regions where riches can be
The Marrakesh film festival is not all about red carpets and glitzy ‘A’ list stars, although there are plenty of them for ordinary Moroccans to come
Giving what was probably one of the best red carpet performances at the Marrakesh Film Festival, US actress Eva Mendes turned up to hand out the
Marrakesh film festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a retrospective of French cinema, drawing the creme de la creme of France’s film