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Dame Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds pair up in 'Woman in Gold', the true story of a Jewish refugee's battle to regain ownership of valuable paintings stolen by the Nazis.
A peace summit aimed at bringing an end to the Ukraine crisis is underway in Belarus.
The four leaders meeting in Minsk are expected to sign a
A state funeral has been held for Germany’s former president Richard von Weizsaecker who died last month aged 94. He presided over the reunification
British planes dropped explosive and incendiary bombs on Dresden during the night of February 13th, 1945. American planes followed. In four raids, at
Among this year’s big star buzz at the Berlinale was the world premiere of Robert Pattinson’s latest film ‘Life’ about James Dean.
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias get a 'nein' from Berlin to his government’s claim for World War Two reparations
Crowds gathered at the world premiere of ‘Mr. Holmes’ at the Berlin film festival in the hope of getting an autograph from the legendary Ian
In Germany, a one-day strike by security staff forced the closure of Hamburg airport for several hours on Monday. Stuttgart and Hannover airports
The stars were out en masse to grace the red carpet on opening weekend at the Berlin film festival, but one celebrity was sorely missed: Iranian
Reclusive film maker Terrance Malick predictably didn't show up for his own premier at the 65th edition of Berlin Film Festival but his star cast did
Local favourite Severin Freund won his second straight World Cup ski jump event for his fourth victory of the season in Titisee-Neustadt on Saturday
Nicole Kidman, Damien Lewis and James Franco take to the red carpet at the Berlinale to promote Werner Herzog's latest offering, 'Queen of the Desert'.
European leaders and security experts arrive for Munich Security Conference. Talks to focus on Ukraine crisis and global terrorism
How can students who are deaf or have hearing issues learn? What inclusive and innovative teaching methods can improve their learning experiences
German firm Siemens has confirmed it is to cut 7,800 jobs worldwide. The statement from Europe’s biggest engineering company, announcing the losses
Who will win the Golden Bear? The countdown begins as the 65th Berlinale Film Festival kicks off in the German capital.
Moscow bound: After Kyiv, the French and German heads of state will head to Russia to present their peace plan for eastern Ukraine to President Vladimir Putin.
France and Germany have presented a new peace plan for Ukraine. President Francois Hollande and Chancellor Angela Merkel put forward their proposal
Diplomatic vehicles were responsible for 23,403 motoring offences in Berlin last year, according to a German MP.
Excessive speed, parking offences
The most successful club manager in German football history, Udo Lattek, has died aged 80. He was one of a select few managers to win all three major
France says it will not provide any weapons for the moment, saying it prefers to focus on encouraging dialogue
The 65th Berlinale is set to stay true to its reputation as the world’s largest public film festival with more than 400 screenings over 10 days
As the controversy swirls around the anti-Islam group, Pegida, in Germany, Euronews spoke to Aydan Özoğuz, the German Commissioner for Immigration
Alexis Tsipras, the new Greek prime minister, might be continuing his campaign to scrap the troika bailout agreement, but it’s Germany which holds
Welcome to The Corner, our weekly programme that brings you up to speed with the latest from the world of football. The Bundesliga is back. Bayern
Local favourite Severin Freund held his nerve to clinch a World Cup ski jump event in Willingen on Sunday. The 26-year-old cleared 149.5 metres for