It seems that the Galileo satellites, numbers 5 and 6, launched yesterday (August 22, 2014) have not reached their intended orbit. The intended orbit would have had an altitude of around 23'000 km whereas it is said that the lowest point of the achieved orbit is only 13'000 km, i.e. 10'000 km below the intended orbit. Also the intended inclination of the orbit was not reached with 47 deg versus the planned 55 degrees.
For more information here some of the links on this topic (but they do not have too much information yet).
Small add-on. Just looked up the TLE (two line elements) from NORAD (celestrak) and computed the orbits myself. Based on the last set of TLE's the semi-major axis is 26'196 km, the eccentricity 0.23, and the inclination 49.76 degrees. This gives a Perigee (closest distance from Earth) of 20'170 km which is indeed about 10'000 km too low. But it would also mean that the Apogee (furthest distance from Earth) is around 32'000 km. That would be about 3'000 km too much. So seems that the Fregat had enough power but the orbit injection was miscalculated and/or misfired... Not good!