Euronews English Even after decades behind bars, Sicilian Mafia boss Salvatore Riina was considered a formidable figure. But rather than laying a murderous chapter in history to rest, his death seems likely to breathe new life into Cosa Nostra, as Italy’s National..
Euronews English People across the Czech Republic have marked 28 years since the ‘Velvet Revolution’ that ended Communist rule. Organisers said this year’s commemoration was especially important after the populist and Eurosceptic party of billionaire Andrej..
Euronews English European Council president Donald Tusk told Euronews he feels “much better, much safer” after a bilateral meeting with British prime minister Theresa May, as the EU pushes the UK to make concessions that will advance talks towards a Brexit deal...
Euronews English He may be one of the highest profile war crime suspects in modern European history. But to his family, Ratko Mladic “is a hero”. The former Bosnian Serb General is accused of ordering heavy artillery over civilians in Sarajevo. He’s also accused..
Euronews English A new time-lapse video released today (November 17) by NASA shows how Earth has changed over the past 20 years. The clip reveals how snow coverage changed from year to year, advancing and receding from the polls according to the seasons. It also shows..
Euronews English The refugee camp on the Greek island of Chios, an old aluminium factory, can host up to 800 refugees, but now has more than 2300. There is food, water, and medical care available, but the only living space is in tents or containers, and there are not..
Euronews English The euro zone remains hooked on cheap credit and the plug won’t be pulled anytime soon. That was the message of European Central Bank President Mario Draghi, speaking at the Frankfurt European Banking Congress on Friday. Draghi said the ECB was..
Euronews English Franco-Japanese Nissan Motor Co Ltd has blamed a lack of trained staff for improper final inspections at its car plants in Japan. The faulty checks mean last month it issued a recall for over a million vehicles, including all cars sold in Japan since..
Euronews English Fiji may look like paradise but it is coming to terms with the very real consequences of global warming. Faced with rising temperatures and sea levels, and strengthening storms, the South Pacific archipelago has moved three villages to higher ground..
Euronews English NATO’s secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg issued an apology to Turkey on Friday (November 17) after the country’s founding father Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and its current president, Tayyip Erdogan, were allegedly listed as “enemies” on a poster..
Euronews English At least three people were killed on Friday as Kenyan police tried to disperse supporters of opposition leader Raila Odinga. Police fired tear gas and used water cannon at a convoy carrying Odinga from the airport to central Nairobi, live footage on..
Euronews English A Los Angeles radio host has been talking about her sexual misconduct accusations against US Senator Al Franken while on a trip to perform in front of US troops in the Middle East in 2006. Leeann Tweeden was interviewed on the station KABC. She..
Euronews English Warning: the attached video may not be for the squeamish Parasitic worms found in a North Korean soldier have highlighted nutrition and hygiene problems experts say have long plagued the isolated and impoverished communist state. The soldier was..
Euronews English Police have released CCTV footage of a woman climbing through a McDonald’s drive-thru window in Columbus, Maryland. She has been identified as 27-year-old Jessica Marie Cross. Cross entered the store at approximately 1:00 am and robbed 1,400 dollars..
Euronews English The latin Grammy awards have been awarded at a star-studded ceremony for the 18th edition in Las Vegas, and the whole night took on something of a political air with various artists choosing to make statements on receiving their prizes. Best song went..
Euronews English With typical showbiz pazzazz Tesla has launched its latest product line, an electric articulated lorry with futuristic lines the company is boosting as the future for the haulage industry. It is a whole new market for the company that is struggling to..
Euronews English The EU and US are promising “concrete steps” against Cambodia after the main opposition party was banned ahead of the country’s elections. An EU spokesperson says the election could not be legitimate without the opposition. Officials say respect..
Euronews English As world leaders meet in Bonn Germany to look for ways to combat climate change…. Just across the border, the Dutch are showing the way on how to deal with rising sea levels. The Netherlands – literally the ‘lower countries’ – knows a thing..
Euronews English Siemens plans to cut about two percent of its global workforce. The German industrial group said 6,900 jobs will go before 2020 at its Power and Gas division, which has been hit by a rapid growth of renewable energy, such as wind and solar power...
Euronews English A home for the elderly has been engulfed by fire in the United States. The alarm was raised just before 11pm local time on Thursday at the Barclay Friends Senior Living Community in West Chester, 35 miles west of Philadelphia. #NEWS Massive fire..
Euronews English Three United Nations agencies have warned that “untold thousands of innocent victims” will die in Yemen unless the Saudi-led military coalition fully lifts its blockade. Medicines, food and fuel have been prevented from entering the war-torn..
Euronews English German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s efforts to forge a deal with her would-be coalition partners look likely to drag on into the weekend after passing a Thursday (November 16) deadline for talks without an agreement. The head of the Free Democrats..
Euronews English Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has been pictured holding talks with the army and envoys from South Africa yet calls for the 93-year-old to step down are said to be falling on deaf ears. Placed under house arrest after a military takeover, he was..
Euronews English Catalonia’s ousted leader Carles Puigdemont is due in court in Brussels on Friday to argue against extraditon to Spain. Puigdemont sought refuge in Belgium after running an independence campaign that prompted the government in Madrid to impose..