volkswagen has admitted it 'totally screwed up' after rigging emissions tests for its diesel vehicles in the united states. the us environmental protection agency (epa) caught the carmaker using software to disguise pollution levels. volkswagen shares plunged nearly 20 percent on monday and the us department of justice has begun a criminal probe, according to press reports.
pressure is growing on republican ben carson to quit the 2016 us presidential race after he said a muslim should not be president.
tonnes of illegally-imported fresh produce from the west are being incinerated on the russian border. moscow banned many western food imports last year in retaliation for sanctions imposed by the united states, eu and their allies during the confrontation over ukraine.
sıcaktan bunaldık mı, yoksa yaz gelmek mi bilmedi kimi artan sıcaklıklardan memnun, kimi buzulların erimesini çok ciddiye alıyor
the pleazer rapper slams rumors his new song is about kylie jenner. plus, taylor swift is majorly smitten with calvin harris--get the super-sweet deets!
a texas police officer has been suspended after a video surfaced on social media of him pushing a teenage girl to the ground and pulling a gun on another youngster at a pool party. a seven-minute youtube video shows a police officer swearing and aggressively throwing a 15-year-old girl in a bathing suit to the ground, face-down. he then appears to pin her down with his knees.
russian president vladimir putin has classified deaths of russian troops in peacetime a state secret. the move comes as moscow stands accused of sending soldiers to fight in eastern ukraine. putin has repeatedly denied any involvement of russian troops in the region.
qatar says it is building seven cities or work camps to house more than a quarter of a million migrant labourers.
boxer manny pacquiao is being sued in the us. two spectators claim his alleged failure to disclose a pre-bout shoulder injury before the fight of the century on saturday in las vegas amounts to fraud.
meps have called on turkey to recognise the massacre of armenians by the ottoman empire during the first world war as 'genocide'. turkey opposes the use of the word 'genocide' and disputes that up to 1.5 million armenians were killed.
fifa has confirmed that the 2022 world cup in qatar that was originally planned to take in the summer will be moved to november and december of that year.
video footage has emerged that purports to show greek finance minister yanis varoufakis giving germany a rude gesture known as the 'stinkefinger.'
there has been an outcry in israel after the foreign minister said that disloyal israeli arabs should have their heads chopped off
an argentinian judge has dismissed allegations that president cristina fernandez was involved in trying to cover up iran's alleged involvement in the bombing of a jewish centre 21 years ago.
the australian government is making an eleventh hour appeal for clemency to avoid the impending execution of two drug dealers on death row in indonesia.
as the controversy swirls around the anti-islam group, pegida, in germany, euronews spoke to aydan özoğuz, the german commissioner for immigration, refugees and integration to find out what the government is doing in response.
russian director andrei zvyagintsev has picked up international acclaim for his oscar-nominated film 'leviathan' but the drama is dividing opinion back home. produced by ukrainian-born filmmaker alexander rodnyansky, it tells the story of a car mechanic who fights against a corrupt mayor's plan to evict him from his property. euronews spoke to rodnyansky to find out more about how it is possible for his film to be lauded overseas and denounced at home.
islamist gunman amedy coulibaly was stopped randomly by police in paris just days before the terror attacks there according to french satirical weekly le canard enchaine. it says an identity check by officers revealed he was on a terror watch list but although they informed their hierarchy no further action was taken.
the united states has described a cyber attack on sony pictures a "serious national security matter" and said the obama administration was considering a proportional response, although the white house stopped short of blaming north korea.
a political soap opera is brewing between washington and budapest over remarks made by american senator john mccain. the republican senator launched a scathing attack on prime minister victor orban as he criticised the appointment of tv producer colleen bell as ambassador to hungary on tuesday.
a pakistani family may be forced to leave belgium after a photo of their son was broadcast by the media and the police who suspected him of walking in public with a concealed weapon. ın fact the offending item was assim abassi's cricket bat which he had wrapped in a sweatshirt to protect it from the rain. the pakistan embassy fired his father after seeing the photo, meaning they would lose their right to remain in the country and would have to leave within the next six days.
an israeli expat's facebook boast that a chocolate dessert costs less in berlin than in tel aviv has triggered outrage in his homeland. there, high prices are a sensitive subject - as is germany, given its nazi past.
there is controversy in the italian city of genoa after flooding that left one man dead and millions of euros worth of damage. it has been revealed that after similar flooding that claimed six lives in 2011, 35 million euros was set aside for the construction of special barriers. but that work never started, causing anger among those who have been hit again by raging floodwaters. there have also been landslides, causing the derailment of a train travelling from genoa to turin.
a north korean court has sentenced an american national to six-years hard labour for "hostile acts" against pyongyang. matthew miller, was arrested in april after arriving as a tourist. authorities claim he ripped up his visa and sought asylum in the country. during the trial the court saw notes written that claim the 24-year-old became a fugitive because of his involvement with wikileaks.
luis suarez's footwear sponsor is getting a massive boost as the company's world cup poster of the disgraced star prominently features his uncontrollable teeth, and everyone wants to get in on the act with a photo, positioning themselves as if they were being bitten . on the copacabana beach in rio, it is proving quite a draw.
luis suarez’s footwear sponsor is getting a massive boost as the company’s world cup poster of the disgraced star prominently features his uncontrollable teeth, and everyone wants to get in on the act with a photo, positioning themselves as if they were being bitten . on the copacabana beach in rio, it is proving quite a draw.
tacizci güvenik görevlileri kadınlara taci ediyorlar.
'pretty little liars' has yet another photoshopping controversy! this time it all goes down in the pages of gq.
spirit rock co-guiding teacher sally armstrong shares a short talk entitled "ınner cultivation, outer expression" from spirit rock's community meditation hall. sally mentions a recent pilgrimage trip to the buddhist sites in india, and a beautiful and historic statue of the buddha she visited in sarnath with her group.
ıt is as traditional as the stars and stripes and mom's apple pie. the annual st patrick's day parade in new york. but protests over a ban on gay groups marching together led to boycotts this year.
this is an excerpt from a talk given by jack kornfield during his regular monday night class at spirit rock. the title of the talk is 'garden of the heart" and the full audio version
the filmmaker woody allen has repeated his denial that he molested his adopted daughter dylan farrow in a letter to the new york times. the 78-year-old wrote his daughter had been
scarlet johansson's television advertisement for the israeli-owned company sodastream, which operates a factory in ma'ale adumim - an israeli settlement built on occupied palestinian land - has put the actress under the spotlight.
dina tells bethenny frankel she thinks an annulment is in francesca's future. watch now.
get the latest on the pop star's vandalism incident, tom cruise's multi-million dollar lawsuit and charlie sheen's custody war.
argentina's supreme court has upheld a law limiting media ownership, ending a four year battle between the government and the country's biggest media conglomerate.
the head of the us's national security agency has countered claims that his organisation collected phone data on millions of europeans, describing them as completely false.
chris brown and his bodyguard are involved in an altercation in washington, d.c. get the details.
the us has defended itself against accusations it has violated international law through drone strikes in pakistan and yemen. amnesty international allege the drone strikes resulted in the unlawful killing of civilians and, in some cases,
melissa defends wearing a coat on the cover of the magazine. listen in.