US and UK spy agencies have been developing methods of scooping up user data from smartphone apps such as Angry Birds, it has emerged.
Picture: Michael Peters, CEO of Euronews, and Jean Obambi, Managing Director of Télé Congo
Africa is to get its first multi-lingual, continent-wide
A journalist and a cameraman working for the Ukrainian service of Radio Free Europe/Radio Libery (RFE/RL) have claimed they were beaten after being
The US National Security Agency has embedded spying software in 100,000 computers around the world to carry out surveillance on friend and foe alike
President Vladimir Putin tightened his control over Russia’s media on Monday by dissolving the main state news agency and replacing it with an
A campaign group in the UK has entered the annual race to be Christmas Number One in the music charts with a protest song demanding that naked
Two former editors of News of the World, Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, had a six-year affair during their time at Rupert Murdoch’s now defunct
The UK’s opposition leader has urged The Daily Mail to examine its culture after a series of clashes between the two.
Ed Milliband, who leads The
Internet giant Google says a lawsuit by Max Mosley aimed at blocking Nazi-themed sex party search results would create “unprecedented
French news agency AFP has come under fire after withdrawing an unflattering picture of president Francois Hollande.
The picture (see below) was
The MS Pacific, a cruise ship made famous by its appearance in the popular US 1970s television show ‘The Love Boat’, has sailed its final voyage to a
For more than 40 years, readers of Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloids in the UK and Ireland have been used to seeing naked breasts when they turn to Page
After a week in which both The Boston Globe and The Washington Post were purchased by new owners, the publisher of The New York Times emphatically
If Silvio Berlusconi had a stage name he might well use Harry Houdini for his remarkable ability to escape justice.
But on Tuesday he faces his
There were strong reactions from Europe and protests held in solidarity after the government of Greece closed public broadcaster ERT
Euronews has met with the president of the European Broadcasting Union, an alliance of public service media organisations.
In an interview with
When I came to Lyon twenty years ago, right at the start of euronews, there was a bunch of us, newly-arrived colleagues, and the whole thing felt
As euronews celebrates its 20th birthday, Jamal Ezzedini, a journalist with the Arabic service, tells how he covered the Arab Spring uprising in
As euronews celebrates its 20th anniversary, Aurora Velez, the producer of the programme ‘Learning World’ recounts a journey to interview a Cambodian
As euronews celebrates its 20th anniversary, Jon Davies, a journalist with the English service, recounts how he was sent to Tehran to interview
As euronews celebrates its 20th anniversary Luis Carballo, a journalist with the Spanish service, remembers his trip to Egypt during the recent
Media technology is everywhere, and of course it is important to teach young people to make the best use of it, to use radio, TV and social networks