Industrial accidents in Europe claim around 6 in every 100,000 workers each year. That’s according to Eurofound, which oversees the improvement of
The latest edition of the Monte Carlo Jazz Festival ended on a virtuoso note thanks to two spectacular artists: one is Israeli bass player
“There may very well be a Ukraine Vs Poland final. We can dream, can’t we?”
Siemienski Thomas – Head of the Polish team, euronews.
“Euro 2012 is
When leaders start talking about integration or disintegration and only a few days to save the euro, you know things aren’t going according to plan
Alex Taylor says, “Even if the economic model is perhaps not widely held up as an example around the world at the moment Europe has always prided
With ISPI – the Institute for International Political Studies
Victor, from Fontainebleau in France, asks: I’d like to know if the countries
There has been plenty on the agenda at the Forum Libération at Lyon in France – everything from the Arab Spring, the euro crisis, social upheavals
Love them or loathe them, teachers are milestones in our lives. Learning World asked students around the world and people at the UN Economic and
Tensions are rising again on the divided island of Cyprus. Could the prospect of undersea gas resources, and the revenues they could offer, put
Josep, in Catalonia, asks: “According most of surveys, independentism is growing up in some stateless nations of the EU, like Scotland, Catalonia
In Italy, these demonstrators are protesting against what they see as a precarious job future.
It is estimated that 8 million Italians, or one
Vladimir Putin praises allies and says victory against 'terrorists' is in sight.
Everyday life in Oslo four months after the bomb blast(Filmed in Oslo (filmed by Naser)
Chemistry both mystifies and fascinates students. In the International Year of Chemistry, people are looking at new, creative ways of teaching it
“As I sadly cannot attend the event in Helsinki, I would like to use this opportunity to say that I am very touched by the fact that you have thought
After 520 days of total isolation in a mock spaceship, the Mars 500 crew were reunited with their loved ones in the outside world.
In this edition
Finger-pointing in Europe’s battle to manage the debt crisis repeatedly raises questions of capacity and discipline — in euro states and others
Maxence, a law student in Angers, France, asks:
Since the principle of free movement applies to most of Europe and a degree earned in Bulgaria is
The Spanish region of Catalonia is making huge cuts to the budget of its healthcare system.
Some say that the cuts are necessary, to balance the
LGBT and human rights activist gathered in front of the Saint Petersburg parliament to protest against the first reading of the bill designed to
From the streets, anger and frustration. That 8 years of a socialist Government plus a financial crisis and real estate meltdown have left Spain with
Frédéric, from Brussels, asks:
In the current context of growing euroscepticism among people who despair for European integration for the moment
The sluggish world economy means a harsh climate for tourism. This week’s edition of Focus asks whether major sporting events can help resuscitate
Gera, in South Africa, asks:
“What’s the difference between the United States of America and the United countries of Europe?”