Energy giant Total has been acquitted by a Paris court of corruption charges, in connection to the United Nations oil-for-food programme in
Following nearly two years of preparations, free trade talks between the European Union and the United States have begun.
The discussions, that aim
“In our school integration and inclusion happen every day. One way is to have Roma language as a working language among children. I think this is the
According to CIA’s official statistics, Bulgaria’s death rate is the 8th highest in the world. Afghanistan, war-torn for decades, is seventh. Somalia
The European Parliament has finally agreed on a seven-year budget plan, after months of disagreement and sectarian and national clashes over the
It’s been three weeks. Determined anti-government protests rock the Bulgarian capital Sofia for the second time this year. Thousands of young
In this week’s edition of Europe Weekly, MEPs call for an inquiry into US surveillance programs and they give the green light to a new draft deal on
Chardonnay, Fergie, Elvis, Stan? Which name would you pick for a future King or Queen? If you think the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (aka Kate and
In this edition of U-Talk Camille from in Lyon, France asked:
“What changes are expected regarding the structure of the EU in the coming
“There are people who care about you. Freephone emotional support.”
This is one of the small notices that can be found on many of the bridges that
July 5, 1996 The first ever cloned mammal is born at a lab near Edinburgh in Scotland. Named Dolly, she was conceived by a method known as ‘somatic
In this edition of U talk, Damien from Paris asked: “What is Europe do to avoid the planned obsolescence in consumer goods?”
The question was
Natural beauty, spectacular gardens… one of Tuscany’s most enchanting estates, tucked away in the lush green hills, La Foce; its fascinating history
The next space sensation, making history hundreds of kilometres above our heads. Luca Parmitano is the youngest astronaut on a long term mission to
A video shows how a Czech woman beat the odds this week in the Prague underground when she fell under an oncoming train but then crawled out from
July 4, 1862. Writer Lewis Carroll (real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) invents a story that was to become known as Alice in Wonderland while
Portugal’s coalition government is unravelling after Paulo Portas, the leader of the CDS-PP party resigned as foreign minister.
He quit in protest
Cuban dissident Guillermo Fariñas has finally picked up the Sakharov prize that he won in 2010.
Cuban authorities denied the journalist an exit
A Turkish court has cancelled a project to redevelop Istanbul’s central Taksim square, a copy of the court’s decision showed, ruling in a dispute
Moldova’s Orthodox Church says it has banned government officials from taking Holy Communion because of their stance on gay rights.
The church said
Margot Woelk spent the last few years of World War Two eating lavish meals and fearing that every mouthful could mean death.
The former food taster
Two tiny moons orbiting the dwarf planet Pluto finally have new names: Styx and Kerberos.
The International Astronomical Union, the organization
July 3, 1886: Karl Benz officially unveils the Benz Patent Motorwagen, the first vehicle meant to be propelled by an engine.
Ten years after