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Former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir faces a two-year sentence in a reform facility after his conviction for corruption on Saturday. His lawyer said the ex-ruler would appeal.
State media outlet KCNA said it boosted the country's strategic nuclear deterrence. South Korea's defence minister said it was an engine test.
They need more time to get a deal on financial support for poor countries affected by climate change and international carbon markets.
Thousands of attendees, including the founders of many regional startups, attended the two-day Sharjah Entrepreneurship Festival (SEF) this November
Nationalists said the result paved the way towards a vote on whether there should be a united Ireland, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson won a crushing victory across the union.
Scotland must be allowed to hold another referendum on its place inside the United Kingdom following the crushing victory of the nationalists in the election, leader Nicola Sturgeon said on Friday.
Betrayal, despair and madness combine in an unforgettable production of Bellini’s rarely staged masterpiece Il Pirata at the Teatro Real in Madrid.
European leaders are meeting in Brussels today (December 12) and tomorrow (December 13) at a Council summit where talk will focus on the bloc's budget and climate change.
Thousands of wooden monuments in Russia's north are being threatened with destruction because of a lack of government attention. Volunteers have stepped in.
Polls opened in Algeria on Thursday for a delayed presidential election that is opposed by a mass protest movement, just months after the ousting of the country's long-time ruler Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
Israel is facing a third general election in a year after politicians failed to agree on the compositon of a new agreement before the deadline of midnight on Wednesday
Tens of thousands of Greeks have left the country over the past decade in search of better career prospects. Now the Greek government has launched an incentive programme designed to encourage qualified young workers to return home.
The system used to decide elections is called 'first past the post'. But it's more complicated than it sounds. Let Euronews' Andrew Lebentz talk you through the quagmire.
Police in New Zealand are planning to go to the volcanic White Island on Friday to retrieve bodies of people killed in this week's eruption, while the known death toll from the disaster climbed to eight.
The government is proposing to simplify the current system, which has 42 different pension schemes for workers depending on their profession. It comes amid crippling strikes by those opposed to the reform.