For the fifth consecutive year the number of forcibly displaced people worldwide has reached 42 million and aid is now at a critical level. Euronews
Anna Miranda, euronews: War, armed conflict, torture, catastrophe… how to alleviate human suffering? Is humanitarian diplomacy gaining in efficiency
The French writer and philosopher Bernard Henri Levy is in Cannes to present his documentary on the war in Libya: “The Oath of Tobruk”. He talks to
Daraa in Syria, where the uprising against President Bashar al Assad first erupted, is a short distance from the border with Jordan. Every day
The question in this edition of U-talk comes from Marianne in France.
“I’m Syrian-born French, and I’m worried about the fate of my country. I’m
The European Union’s policy towards Gaza and the Palestinian Authority’s attitude to the conflict in Syria are just two of the topics raised in an
Najib Mikati, the Prime Minister of Lebanon has made his first official visit to Brussels. Lebanon has earned plaudits for their management of the
Here are some of the main points about international diplomatic efforts in Syria.
The special envoy of the UN and the Arab League met the president
Ahmet Davutoglu is seen as the architect of the new Turkish foreign policy over the last decade. Political scientist and historian, he is often
Fadwa Suleiman has been portrayed by the international media as a hero of the Syrian uprising.
The Aleppo-born activist is of the same Alawite
Syria’s uprising started on March 15 2011.
After bubbling for several weeks, protests erupted on the streets of cities all over the country as
Syria’s people-power uprising has turned into open warfare. After months of trying to crush a largely peaceful Arab Spring movement, and after more
With EYP – the European Youth Parliament
Dan, from the UK, asks:
Do you think that the conflicts associated with the Arab spring will eventually
The Arab League has seen that Syria is closing its doors on finding a solution to the ongoing crisis in the country. In Cairo, euronews met with the
Fariba Mavaddat, euronews: Over the past year, Middle East and North Africa have seen monumental change sin their histories. As citizens across the
The former Secretary General of the Arab League, Amr Moussa, has given an exclusive interview to euronews as he visited our new bureau in Brussels
A few days after the clashes on the cease-fire line between Syria and Israel, calm seems to have returned to Majdal Shams. This is in the Golan
Happy and positive supporters on the streets.
This week in Learning World we go to Columbia, Indonesia and Syria to look at the effects of education in far flung corners of the globe.