80-year-old Alexander Davidovich Hellerman started work at Chernobyl in 1976. when the first reactor began operating. He was a senior manager at the
Classic cars and bikes and wax works of their famous owners, from Joseph Stalin to Mikhail Gorbechev, have gone on show in Bulgaria. The Varna Retro
The ex-commander of a Communist-era Labour camp in Romania has been jailed for 20 years for ‘crimes against humanity’. The camp run by 88-year old
Ex-president pens letter hostile to Barack Obama's overtures
Poland’s state archives have released 700 pages of documents it says prove former President Lech Walesa was a paid informant of the communist-era
Polish historical investigators say newly uncovered documents show Lech Walesa – the former President and hero of the Solidarity movement that
David Bowie took up many striking and unique personas during his five-decade long career. Ever the chamaleon, he changed his look and music style
A former commander of one of Romania’s most notorious prisons refused to talk to journalists when he arrived at court in Bucharest. Alexandru
The former commandant of one of the harshest prisons of Romania’s communist era has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity
A Lenin statue that had been decapitated after an attack by a Russian has been further damaged after a young man tried to take a selfie alongside the
Thousands of Communist Party (KKE) supporters gathered in front of Greece’s parliament building in central Athens on Thursday (July 2). Their leader
Cuba’s President Raul Castro has demanded the US respects his country’s communist system. As the two countries work to restore diplomatic ties
Romanians have been marking 25 years since the overthrow of Ceausescu’s Communist regime which left more than 1000 people dead. In the city of
“Mr Gorbachev, open this gate…”
This famous invitation from US President Ronald Reagan was extended beside the Berlin Wall in June 1987, appealing
The Cold War ended 25 years ago with the fall of the Berlin Wall. In the years since, there have been many changes across eastern Europe.
Against the backdrop of continuing protests in Hong Kong China’s leaders have come together to discuss key governance issues at a top level meeting
The world’s first permanent museum dedicated to China's Tiananmen Square massacre is hoping to open – sparking tensions in host city Hong Kong.
“Vietnam became a market economy in the early 1990s and has gone through an economic ‘boom’ over the last two decades. But amid the global financial
Chinese party officials who smoke in public should be “criticised and educated about their evil influence”, it has been claimed.
The call is part
June 26, 1963: U.S. President John F. Kennedy gives his famous “Ich bin ein Berliner” speech, underlining American support for democratic West
They are artists, intellectuals or bloggers, and they want Cuba to open up to the world.
Whether they are dissidents or not, a new generation of
In this edition of Reporter, euronews travels to Cuba to talk to the people about the impact of reform on their lives.
We meet a mountain guide
A new line-up of top leaders replaces the old guard in China. How will the single-party system hold up under increasing challenges?
Do you think your country’s politics are tough? Try China, population 1.3 billion. This is the Communist Party’s 18th Congress, where it just got new
Euronews went to Battambang province to meet Davy Tith.
This former teacher and translator has devoted most of her life to the victims of Pol
Welcome to Kampong Thom, cradle of Pol Pot, the infamous Khmer Rouge leader.
We are here to meet Chin Meth, on her journey through