U.S. Navy Seals boarded and took control of an oil tanker late on Sunday that escaped earlier this month from a Libyan port with armed men at the
For the first time in 12 years, Austria celebrated a double victory in the Alpine Skiing World Cup thanks to Marcel Hirscher and Anna Fenninger who
95,5% of Crimean voters backed union with Russia during referendum condemned as illegal by US and EU
Jean-Marie Le Pen, founder of France’s far-right National Front party, has said the rise of Greece’s far-right party Golden Dawn is a result of the
Euronews’ Cecilia Cacciotto spoke to our correspondents in Simferopol and Kyiv about the upcoming referendum in Crimea.
A recent report by the RAND Corporation found that educating people in prison can cut re-offending by around 43 percent. In this edition of Learning
Veteran UK Labour politician Tony Benn has died at home in west London surrounded by his family after falling seriously ill last weekend. He was
We start this edition of Reporter with a guided tour by La Corriere della Sera journalist Sergio Rizzo
“Rome is really the city which sums up all
German football World Cup winner Uli Hoeness is set for a prison term and has resigned as as president of Bayern Munich football club and chairman of
“How do we put the fight against poverty at the centre of the campaign for the European elections in May?” asks Fernando, from Lisbon in
Welcome to this special Champions League edition of The Corner.
We begin this program with Atletico Madrid, who deservedly qualified for the last
Paris transport chiefs have made all public transport free this weekend in a drive to cut pollution.
Transport in the Parisian region, known as
It was 25 years ago that Sir Tim Berners-Lee created an epoch-changing invention, the World Wide Web, a revolutionary way for people to share
Hidden cameras have captured the adorable first moments of a trio of rare tigers at London Zoo.
The triplets were born to five-year-old Sumatran
Former Manchester United star Eric Cantona has been arrested for allegedly assaulting a man in London, police said.
The Frenchman, infamous for
A woman who put her kitten in a microwave oven for eating her goldfish has today been jailed.
Laura Cunliffe, 23, put her four-month-old pet inside
A year after his election, Pope Francis’ style has won him many admirers. There has been a change in the way the Catholic Church communicates, but
CeBit – the digital industry’s biggest trade fair – has opened its doors. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister David Cameron
New York’s 9/11/2001, Madrid’s 11/3/2004, London’s 7/7/2005: they are dates that live in infamy…terrorism attacks that defined a decade.
Integrated phone technology is the big theme at this year’s Geneva Motor Show with carmakers Volvo, Mercedes-Benz and Ferrari all getting in on the
The property bubble that bust in 2008 following the financial crisis crippled several economies across Europe. Spain and Ireland were both badly
An English football manager has been banned for seven games after headbutting an opposition player.
Alan Pardew, in charge of Premier League team
A teenage boy has died nine months after being hit on the head by a tear gas cannister during Turkey’s anti-government protests.
Berkin Elvan, 15
On Saturday March 8, a funky pillow fight was held at John Charles Sport Center in Leeds, United Kingdom.
Besides relaxation, the pillow fight was