This is the incredible moment a drunk man was just seconds from death after lying down in the middle of a British road.
A quick-thinking bus driver
Starting with the new year, Greece takes its turn as presiding nation of the Council of the European Union – the institutional structure which
It’s been a busy year for the FEMEN movement! Here are some of their most memorable moments…
October 2013: Three FEMEN activists in Germany called
A father who murdered his two children in France has killed himself in prison, it’s emerged.
Julian Stevenson’s son, 10, and daughter, 5, were
For the first time ever, women make up the majority of the Queen’s annual New Year’s Honours list, representing 51 percent of all those
It’s official: the Vatican says the Pope has not ‘abolished sin’.
It was forced into issuing a denial after well-known Italian intellectual and
Doctors treating Michael Schumacher have revealed they carried out a two-hour operation to remove blood from a clot in the skull of the Formula One
In the past 13 years, around 50 female suicide bombers are said to have struck in Russia.
A female fanatic was behind October’s bus bombing in
Switzerland granted a three-month visa on Friday to Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the Russian former oil tycoon who was released from prison earlier two
He is the British priest who wanted to sell a seemingly modest €478 painting to raise money for some new church bells.
But, when Father Jamie
Former Transport Minister Michalis Liapis was sentenced to four year suspended imprisonment, redeemable for 50 euros a day, after being arrested for
For the outside world the recent events in Turkey are hard to understand, so euronews talked to Professor Talip Kucukcan from Marmara University. How
A car bomb has killed at least three people in the southern Russian city of Pyatigorsk near the violence-plagued Caucasus on Friday, according to the
Teaching people about the elements isn’t necessarily obvious but is vital in order that humans can make the best use of nature’s gifts.
A theatre director rammed a car into the rear gate of the French presidential palace on Thursday in protest over cuts in government funding for the
Mathematician Alan Turing, who helped Britain win World War Two by cracking Nazi Germany’s “unbreakable” Enigma code, was granted a rare royal pardon
It is the busiest time of year for businesses and customers: the Christmas rush and then the New Year sales in many countries. But how many of us
Pussy Riot punk band member Maria Alyokhina walked free from jail on Monday, immediately dismissing the Kremlin’s amnesty that granted her early
Billions of euros-worth of tax is lost in Hungary each year because of VAT fraud. The tax authority suggests the issue is innate to the European tax
Does creativity come from within or is it a skill which can be developed? Creative education is currently considered very effective. In this edition
We are right in the middle of a new kind of space race, one in which the heavens above our heads have become a stage for all kinds of exploits, both
Artists wrapped a Paris Metro train in Christmas paper in a stunt to spread some festive cheer.
Production company Sisaprod covered part of the