With Cyprus deep in a bank-triggered recession, we asked the head of state for his views. Even with a bailout, Cyprus’s GDP is predicted to shrink by
Europe’s economy is still lagging behind the United States, according to the OECD.
Brussels softens its stance on austerity but still wants more
London is one of the most visited places in the world.
It is also host to a melting pot of people and cultures, which has changed the landscape of
Interview with Nigel Farage, head of UKIP from his office at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France. Farage talks about why Britain needs to
Rafael Behr is the political editor for the New Statesman. Here he talks with euronews about David Cameron’s difficult situation within his own
One in four new businesses in Europe is what is known as a social entreprise. They provide opportunities for the most destitute and vulnerable in
In this edition of U-talk we have a question from Greece.
“Good afternoon. My name is Sotiris and I come from Thessaloniki, Greece. I’d like to
The United States’ economy will recover faster than Europe this year, according to the OECD.
It says stimulus policies will help the US grow by 1.9
From Moscow to the eastern borders of China, the world’s longest railway line – the Trans-Siberian, stretches for more than 9,000 kilometres; a truly
It’s a bright sunny day off the south-west coast of Ireland.
A team of local marine researchers have taken their boat out to check on their seaweed
The respect of our basic rights has become a top priority for many Europeans, and something that was supposed to strengthen those freedoms was the
European citizens are being reminded that the European Union Charter of Fundamental Rights, which came into force in 2009, is not just legally
The weather in Western Europe this month could easily have been mistaken for mid-winter. Around the French mountain community of Little Saint
Reflecting a wider debate about Turkey’s identity and the role that religion should play in public life, there is controversy over the increasing
European current affairs this week were dominated by an EU summit dedicated to tackling tax evasion.
Leaders all agreed that something needs to be
Northern Germany might not be known for its potent lone-rangers, but when it comes to riding out stormy weather (and political thunderstorms in
In this edition of U-talk – “How about one European army? I can see at least two benefits for EU member states: you can cut defence spending and
With Europe still mired in recession, euronews asked the former President of the European Central Bank, Jean-Claude Trichet, to consider the results
All the big names in Russian opera and ballet performed at a recent gala to open the new Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg.
French President François Hollande has demonstrated his country’s close ties with Germany by delivering the keynote speech at an event to celebrate
Every day, 400 kilometres above our heads, there are astronauts living in space. Their home is the ISS, the frontier outpost of human exploration
The fizz has long come off the European Film industry, even if the champagne corks are popping in Cannes.
The financial crisis of 2007 has hit the
The brain controls our thinking, feelings and movements and a new exhibition in southern France aims to reveal some of its secrets.
With the advent of digital technology, it may seem easier than ever for independent film-makers to make movies. But if the technology is more
International donors meet in Brussels with a view to raising funds for Mali; French President François Hollande calls in on the European Commission
By granting greater autonomy to Serbian municipalities in northern Kosovo, the EU-brokered accord between Belgrade and Pristina sets a precedent in