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Negotiations on the make-up of Germany’s new conservative coalition have been taking place amid a growing clamour for action on the nuclear industry
At least 40 people are still missing and hundreds more have been left homeless in Sicily following days of heavy rain and mudslides. Twenty-four
Britain’s Conservatives have begun their annual conference, with Europe threatening to spoil the party. Leader David Cameron was hoping for a united
France Telecom has appointed a new deputy chief executive Stéphane Richard.
He replaces Pierre-Louis Wenes who is quitting to calm a political
Shareholders of collapsed German lender Hypo Real Estate have been protesting at a meeting called to force them to sell their stock to the German
Hundreds of European dairy farmers with a lot to lose have vowed to take a harder position with their milk supply strike if the EU’s farm ministers
He has won a landslide election victory and been invited to form Greece’s next government but, for George Papandreou, the real hard work lies ahead
Nero’s life often gives rise to the most lurid stories of tyrany, debauchery, and extravagance but in reality only some basic facts are known about
Vivienne Westwood’s pret-a-porter collection, shown in Paris was typically anarchic – this time apparently in reference to global warming. Which
Italy’s embattled Prime Minister is bracing himself for a legal verdict that could further weaken his position.
The country’s top court will this
Poland’s minister of sport has resigned in a scandal over a lobbying campaign by the gambling industry.
Miroslaw Drzewiecki has been caught up in
Romania has been hit by a massive public sector strike, described as the country’s most wide-ranging protest since the fall of communism.
Members of Greece’s immigrant community have taken to the streets to celebrate the Socialist victory in the country’s snap election.
A convoy of tractors headed out of Soumagne in Belgium bound for Brussels as EU agriculture ministers meet to discuss the milk crisis.
Outgoing Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis has admitted defeat in the Greek elections and resigned as leader of the New Democracy Party.
Greece’s Socialists have won Sunday’s election with enough seats to form a government and oust Costas Karamanlis’ New Democracy Party. George
Analysts have been highlighting the scale of the challenges facing George Papandreou and the incoming socialist government.
Euronews got the
People in Sicily have turned their wrath on the government over landslides that claimed at least 22 lives. That figure could double as some 40 others
With Ireland having made its voice loud and clear on the Lisbon Treaty, attention now switches to the Czech Republic and Poland, which have yet to
Voting continues in Greece for a new government, with the country’s leaders casting their ballots.
Recent opinion polls suggest the conservative
Reinhard Mohn, the former chief executive of Bertelsmann, who turned the German publisher into
one of the world’s top five media companies, has
The Greeks go to the polls today in a general election that could see the Socialists make a comeback. They have a six-point lead in opinion polls
The state prosecutor in Messina has opened an official inquiry into “disaster due to imprudence” following the mudslides in Sicily which killed 21
Organisers say 300,000 people marched in Rome on Saturday to protest against the domination of Italian media by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi
Poland hasn’t yet ratified the Lisbon treaty, but if the Prime Minister has his way, this omission will soon be rectified.
Donald Tusk called on
Opinion polls had predicted a tight result in the referendum in Ireland on the Lisbon Treaty. In the end the result was a landslide. The result not