International

After more than a year of calm, Etna erupts again

Etna, the famous Sicilian volcano still in operation, has known since Monday evening a small eruption that ends more than a year of calm, said the ...

2 March, 2017
Donald Trump, a federator and messianic, passes his congressional examination

On a more presidential register than usual, the new tenant of the White House called for the "renewal of the American spirit", without giving much ...

1 March, 2017
Death of Kim Jong-Nam: a suspect says he received 90 dollars

One of the suspects in the assassination of the half-brother of the leader of North Korea told Saturday that he received the equivalent of 90 dollars ...

25 February, 2017
“Paris is no longer Paris”, says Trump

"Paris is no longer Paris": US President Donald Trump quoted Friday "a friend" who no longer sets foot in the French capital, to defend his migratory ...

25 February, 2017
Brian Mulroney entertains Donald Trump

Former Canadian Conservative Prime Minister Brian Mulroney made a singing tour for US President Donald Trump at a Saturday night at the US ...

20 February, 2017
Kim Jong-Nam assassinated: North Korean arrested

Malaysian police said on Saturday the arrest of a North Korean in connection with the investigation into the murder of the half brother of North ...

19 February, 2017
Chance the Rapper, Nick Jonas, John Legend … The best looks of the 2017 Grammy Awards!

While the Grammy Awards ceremony is one of the must-see events in the music industry, fashion also plays an important role. Here are the most ...

13 February, 2017
Ukraine: Anxiety for the population of Avdiyivka

At least six people were killed Wednesday at the front line in eastern Ukraine on the fourth day of fighting between Ukrainian and pro-Prussian ...

2 February, 2017
Adama Barrow sworn in as President of The Gambia

Gambian President-elect Adama Barrow was sworn in on Thursday at the Gambian embassy in Dakar, leaving him Yahya Jammeh still refusing to leave power ...

20 January, 2017
A suburban train derails in Brooklyn: a hundred light wounded

After a serious derailment in September, the New York area experienced Wednesday a new train crash at rush hour which caused more than 100 light ...

4 January, 2017
Kourtney Kardashian and Paris Hilton have fun together!

Kourtney Kardashian and Paris Hilton raise the temperature in the mountains! The two stars break in Aspen ...

Kourtney Kardashian has resumed ...

30 December, 2016
Syria: respected ceasefire, peace talks in January

A ceasefire between the regime and the rebels was generally respected on Friday morning in Syria, a prey to civil war for nearly six years, with only ...

30 December, 2016
Cuba prohibits any place or monument in the name of Fidel Castro

There will be in Cuba no statues bearing the likeness of Fidel Castro, streets or institutions bearing his name, according to a law approved Tuesday ...

28 December, 2016
Shinzo Abe, less Abenomics, more diplomacy

The Japanese Prime Minister, who had been elected on an economic program whose results are mixed with the objectives set, is increasingly present on ...

28 December, 2016
George Michael’s death: What became Andrew Ridgeley, the other half of Wham! ?

If George Michael spent his life in the light, it was not the case with Andrew Ridgeley, his sidekick duo Wham!. While the interpreter I want your ...

26 December, 2016
The decimated Red Army choir

Russia is today observing a day of mourning in the aftermath of the crash of a military plane in the Black Sea with 92 people on board including ...

26 December, 2016
Plane hijacked in Malta: Libyan pirates surrendered

Two men armed with a pomegranate and two dummy guns hijacked a Libyan airliner on Friday to Malta airport where they gradually released 115 ...

24 December, 2016
The American Youtuber Adam Saleh claims to have been disembarked from a plane for speaking Arabic

US YouTube star Adam Saleh said he was excluded from a Delta flight on Tuesday for speaking Arabic on the phone in the aircraft's cabin. The US ...

21 December, 2016
The election of Donald Trump confirmed, failure of the “revolt”

(Washington) The call for revolt of the fierce opponents of Donald Trump has failed: the electoral college, unsurprisingly, confirmed on Monday the ...

20 December, 2016
Russian ambassador to Turkey killed by policeman evoking ‘Aleppo’

The Russian ambassador to Turkey was assassinated on Monday in Ankara by a Turkish police officer who claimed to take action to avenge the drama of ...

20 December, 2016
Truck launched on a crowd in Berlin: the balance goes up to 12 dead

The trail of an attack was made clear after a truck drove on the crowd on Monday night in a Christmas market in the heart of Berlin, leaving at least ...

20 December, 2016
Miss France 2017: Alicia Aylies, an 18-year-old Guyanese

For the first time in its history, the crown of Miss France was awarded to Miss Guyane. "Dare to feminism" did not manage to spoil the party.
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18 December, 2016
Election cyber attacks: White House accuses Putin

The White House has questioned Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin in computer hacks that disrupted the presidential election, even making up ...

16 December, 2016
Aleppo: more bombing since midnight, announced a truce

According to information that has been collected from residents Europe 1, there was no shelling of Aleppo tonight.

Fragile hope for peace for ...

15 December, 2016
Javier Echevarria, head of Opus Dei, died

Bishop Echevarría, born in Madrid in 1932, was succeeded in 1994 Alvaro del Portillo, himself a successor of the founder of Opus Dei, Josemaria ...

14 December, 2016
Eiffel Tower: the renewal of the strike proposed Wednesday to staff

The Eiffel Tower was closed on Tuesday following a social movement of personnel of the Société d'Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel. A General Meeting ...

14 December, 2016
Fighting “stopped” in Aleppo East

Russian UN Ambassador Vitaly Churkin said on Tuesday that the fighting had stopped in Aleppo East after the start of an evacuation of rebel fighters. ...

14 December, 2016
“Less than Moroccans’ in the Netherlands: Geert Wilders guilty of discrimination

The populist Dutch MP Geert Wilders was convicted Friday of discrimination for having promised "less Moroccans" in the Netherlands, but was acquitted ...

10 December, 2016