In Burkino Faso the country’s former Foreign Minister Michel Kafando has been sworn in as transitional president.
He is set to lead the West
The remains of 15 British soldiers who fought and died during the Great War have been reinterred, almost 100 years to the day after the men died.
HBO’s Game of Thrones has dominated nominations for the Emmy Awards, receiving 19 including best drama series.
Second in line was Breaking Bad with
World leaders and veterans have gathered by the beaches of Normandy under clear blue skies to mark the 70th anniversary of World War Two’s D-Day
An octogenarian D-Day veteran rolled back the years by parachuting into the same drop zone in Normandy that he landed in 70 years ago as part of the
The Winter Olympics in Sochi are now officially open.
Over the next 16 days, around 3,000 athletes will be competing for 98 medals.
It is the
Tuesday’s memorial service for Nelson Mandela was attended not just by the people of South Africa. Dozens of world leaders also made the journey to
An estimated 18,000 people dropped by the EU institutions last Saturday to see what goes on behind the scenes.
At the European Parliament, citizens
Euronews visited the French city of Reims, the birthplace of reconciliation between France and Germany, to see how the city is celebrating the 50th
Coquitlam city of British Columbia celebrates Canada day with fireworks (Filmed by Hejar Berenji).
The wedding of Prince Albert and Charlene Wittstock is a prestigious affair – the biggest event to hit Monaco since Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly