A Russian newspaper has claimed that the Kremlin was presented with a plan to annex Crimea and eastern Ukraine before the overthrow of President
Leaked cables have landed the Israeli Prime Minister in hot water. Media reports that the leader was at odds with his own secret service over Iran’s
Islamist gunman Amedy Coulibaly was stopped randomly by police in Paris just days before the terror attacks there according to French satirical
The local council in the French city of Angouleme has backtracked on a decision to cage public benches to stop homeless people using them. The fences
A Chilean evangelical pastor was forcibly removed from Chile’s Congress after shouting insults at lawmakers who voted in support of a law that would
The United States has described a cyber attack on Sony Pictures a “serious national security matter” and said the Obama administration was
Embattled European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has officially been sworn as the head of the EU executive amid an ongoing tax row. He and
It’s not certain what comes first here: diplomacy or politics. The 2,500-year-old sculpture of the river god Illissos is on a pedestal in St
Ninety-nine percent of Russian Athlete’s are guilty of doping – that’s according to a recent German documentary aired on ARD. The programme also
The English football association has given Mario Balotelli until Friday to explain himself following a post he made on social media which appeared to
A Pakistani family may be forced to leave Belgium after a photo of their son was broadcast by the media and the police who suspected him of walking
It was the hashtag that swept a world horrified at the kidnapping of more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls by Boko Haram.
In a bid to help find them
Just six weeks ago France’s Clermont 63 looked to be among Europe’s most progressive football clubs when it appointed a woman as its new head
A skier competing at the Sochi Winter Olympics on Friday is at the centre of a storm over a risqué calendar.
Jackie Chamoun, who will compete for
Sex has long been something of a taboo subject on national television in Britain. However, producers of one programme are hoping to change the way
While Western countries debate their next move in response to the suspected chemical weapons use in Syria, the Bashar al-Assad regime continues to
Almost 40 years to the day after his death, iconic martial arts actor Bruce Lee is being featured in an extremely controversial TV advert, which was
In a clinic in Ukraine surrogate mothers carry babies for couples who otherwise would be childless. It is legal but not without controversy with some
In this issue of The Network, euronews’ Chris Burns leads a discussion on extremism in Europe.
Chris Burns: “The massacre at a Jewish school in
For most Americans, Ground Zero serves as a reminder of when a nation, and the world, watched in disbelief as the United States came under attack on