With mass protests wracking Armenia since last month, many hope political change in the poverty-ridden former Soviet republic will be a watershed moment for the country, stemming the hemorrhage of educated students and convincing...
Italy’s President Sergio Mattarella says the formation of a ‘neutral government’ would be useful to work on the 2019 budget and resign in December.
Putin undertook a lengthy walk through the sprawling corridors of the Kremlin to reach his swearing-in ceremony. Euronews has created a sped-up version.…
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The Seattle company goes to Switzerland to firm up its bottom line with a licence deal that allows Nestle to trade with its world number one brand.
Less than half the electorate voted in a poll that strengthens Hezbollah and pro-Iranian forces, and saw the return of major pro-Assad figures, but Prime Minister Hariri is expected to stay on.
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The airline’s latest pay offer to staff was rejected in a union ballot
The road signs went up a week before the US Embassy’s opening, which will coincide with the 70th anniversary of Israel’s founding.