July 3, 1886: Karl Benz officially unveils the Benz Patent Motorwagen, the first vehicle meant to be propelled by an engine.
Ten years after
Spying on friends… it could be the title of a work of fiction, but it’s just what Europeans have been up in arms about; according to arch
A Russian rocket carrying three navigation satellites worth around $200 million crashed shortly after lift-off from the Russian-leased Baikonur
For more than two and a half weeks now Bulgarians have been taking to the streets, demanding their newly appointed socialist government step down
Spain’s current legislation on abortion has been in effect for three years. The 2010 law on how late it can be carried out is under appeal in the
Lithuania, a country of three million people, takes over the reins of the EU for the next six months. A country ravaged by the economic downturn that
Croatia’s accession to the EU has been hailed by MEPs at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
The country’s first-ever members, 12 in all, were
A four letter word is waking up Bosnia. JMBG, technically an acronym, stands for Jedinstveni matični broj građana, or Unique Master Citizen Number in
Around 700,000 Europeans are diagnosed with Crohn’s disease each year.
Specialists at University College hospital in central London, are exploring
Real Economy kicks off a discussion on Europe’s strategy beyond pure austerity, with its first episode on Growth in the European Union.
“I am leaving Croatia because I want to work on a project that can’t be researched here. My project concerns anti-matter and its properties and
July 1, 1903: the first Tour de France bicycle race began. It ran until July 19, consisted of six stages totalling over 2,428km and was won by
A fun four-minute video narrating the life of Pope Francis using cartoons and animation has been published by faith website Catholic Link. It has
Japanese robots have done what their human counterparts can still only dream of, by winning the ‘Robocup’, a robotics equivalent of the football
Iran intends to produce “about 20,000 megawatts of nuclear-generated electricity” over the next few years, according to the Director of the Atomic
After a successful Irish EU presidency, which saw real steps taken on banking union and the bloc’s budget, euronews met with Lithuanian President
In this week’s edition of Europe Weekly: As youth unemployment reaches crisis point in Europe, we visit Germany, the new Mecca for those seeking
Croatia’s luxury hotel’s in the holiday resort of Kupari have laid derelict for over 20 years. But now state and privately funded projects are
Eco-innovation is a real opportunity for entrepreneurs. Eco-businesses employ a total of 3.4 million people across Europe.
This week, Business
In this edition of U-talk, Andre from Augsburg in Germany asked:
“What is the European Union doing to prevent more European companies from moving
June 27, 1954: the world’s first nuclear power station opens in Obninsk, in the USSR. It was the first civilian nuclear power station in the world
It has been announced that the presidents of the three institutions of the European Union: the Commission, the Council and the the European
As Serbia and Turkey vie for coveted European Union membership, euronews examines what is at stake for them – and the EU as a whole.
2013 is somewhat of a special year for the Tour de France, as it celebrates both its 100th edition and its 110-year anniversary. Since its inception
The World Trade Organisation (WTO), was set up 20 years ago with the aim of creating a prosperous and unified global trading block. That has not