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Chris Burns travels across Poland to look at why both international and local businesses are investing heavily in the country.
Spotlight travelled to Poland to see what's turning it from a fledgling to a fully-developed economic power and here to fight with the top dogs
How did Poland, a country that threw off Communism nearly three decades ago, manage to keep growing despite a global financial crisis?
The pope's tour of his home continent is off to a rough start even before he arrives, with more protests planned in Chile.
This is the final episode of ‘The Network’, euronews’ hard talk with a matrix of newsmakers. The headlines: Nearly 60 years on, the European Union
On the Network this week Chris Burns and his guests look at what is at stake in Spain’s general election later this month. Can the ruling Partido
On the Network this week Chris Burns looks at the hopes for the Paris summit on climate change. Experts are warning that unless there is joint
Europe’s “powerfrau”, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, has wielded her country’s power to tackle a devastating financial crisis, a refugee crisis and
Turkey’s snap elections come at a critical moment. President Erdogan aims to avoid the hung parliament from the June vote, but polls show no clear
The most hotly debated 21st century weapons – drones – have been an important means of fighting an adversary at no risk to the virtual pilots. But
The coming Portuguese general election raises themes of austerity, reform and growth that Europe has become all too familiar with in recent years
Even before the current crisis migration was a complex and divisive issue for the European Union. The surge in recent months of vast numbers of
Despite the 1995 Dayton Accords, which formally ended three-and-a-half years of war in the Balkans, tensions remain as the region again faces the
Turkey’s elections on June 7th will be a key test of the country’s democracy and its bid to join the EU. A crackdown on dissent has worried Brussels