“Women have to carry a gun to change society as and when needed. I was not alone, there were many women fighting with us,” said Mina, a 26 year old
From the Soviet invasion in 1979, to the conflict between NATO forces and the Taliban, Afghanistan has lived in a state of war for over 30
It is just another day at the Pajhwok press agency in Kabul, where reporting scenes of demonstrations and suicide bombs are common place. It is also
Over the years, Farzana has become a familiar figure at the Ali Abad orthopaedic centre in Kabul. She works as Head of the prosthetics department
The 9th elections of Iran’s post-revolution parliament are steeped in controversy, reflecting the deep political divisions within the country. The
Syria’s people-power uprising has turned into open warfare. After months of trying to crush a largely peaceful Arab Spring movement, and after more
Iran’s nuclear saga has taken another turn, as the Deputy Director General of the IAEA declared on his return from Iran on Wednesday, that “Iran is
In this edition of Learning World we look at getting to and from school.
In theory, the school run should be affordable and safe but in poor and
Following the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq can France play a greater role as Iraq struggles to emerge from invasion, occupation and civil
Kirkuk lies on the well of Iraqi oil. The ethnically diverse city contains 40 per cent of the country’s oil exportation, while representing just 2.2
Euronews: Mr. Vilnai, you are in charge of the security of the Israeli people. Sixty three years have passed since the independence of Israel. There
In Europe at least 20 percent of our food ends up as waste.
While new zero-food waste policies are on their way, researchers are imagining ways
The South Korean coastal city of Yeosu is the venue for the next World Expo between May and August of 2012. Under construction is a modern village of
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, in an interview with euronews, has made clear that he will not be deterred by American opposition to
Habiba Sarabi is Afghanistan’s only female governor. She has headed Bamiyan province since 2005, engaged in rebuilding from scratch her part of one
The Arab League has seen that Syria is closing its doors on finding a solution to the ongoing crisis in the country. In Cairo, euronews met with the
The nuclear programme in Iran has proven to be an internationally divisive issue. Do the countries who themselves have nuclear power and perhaps also
(filmed by Bakhit in Almaty, Kazakhstan)
Here are some extra excerpts from our interview with Anoushka Shankar.
Paris could not be missed in Anoushka Shankar’s European tour. With her latest work,Traveller, Ravi Shankar’s daughter traces the Indian roots of…
Euronews François Chignac meets Randy Tinseth, vice president of Boeing commercial airplanes marketing department, on board the 787 Dreamliner at the
Fuel economy continues to be a big driver of plane sales and at the Dubai Airshow green is the word.
While it develops its rival to Boeing’s
As the Dubai Airshow opened, the skies were filled with a series of aerobatics demonstrations.
Spain’s Juan Carlos I joined Emir Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoumwas in the United Arab Emirates on Friday, 11 November to officially open the 12th
Day one of this year’s Dubai Airshow and there’s already been a record breaking order made. Emirates airline has signed up for 50 of Boeings 777