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Putin makes Peter the Great comparison over 'taking back Russian land'
It came as Putin was marking 350 years since the birth of Peter the Great.
Brussels exhibition retraces Europe's past 100 years in posters
The more than 100 posters range from World War recruitment ads to posters created to comment on the various crises Europe has gone through in recent years — including terror attacks as well the euro and migrant crises.
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Europe Day: What is it and what does it represent?
The commemorative day honours the moment that is today considered the genesis of European integration.
Maastricht Treaty at 30: Unanswered questions come back to the fore
The treaty that established the European Union also laid the ground for strict fiscal rules that are today the target of intense criticism.
The European project promoting the legacy of an almost forgotten ethnic group
An interregional European project called NemoNet is making sure that a lost ethnic group in western Slovakia will not be forgotten by preserving and promoting their legacy and traditions.
Berlin museum centering on Germans expelled after WWII opens
The project centers on the millions of Germans who fled from advancing Soviet forces or were kicked out of parts of eastern and central Europe as Germany's borders were moved westward after the war.
Founding father of EU Schuman moves ahead on sainthood path
Robert Schuman, an architect of European integration, has moved ahead on the Catholic church's path toward possible sainthood, the Vatican said.
Historical items worth over €1.1 million stolen from Arundel Castle
Gold Rosary Beads carried by Mary Queen of Scots at her execution in 1587 are among the items stolen.
Oxford University to keep statue of imperialist Cecil Rhodes
Oriel College said removing the statue of Cecil Rhodes, one of the architects of segregation in southern Africa, would be too costly.
Why does Europe Day matter and how can you take part in it?
From a debate on the future of Europe to online concerts with top European bands: there are many ways to observe Europe Day this Sunday.
Germany to return Benin Bronzes looted during colonial era
Germany’s minister for culture, Monika Gruetters, said the Benin Bronzes were a key test for the way the country deals with its colonial past.
Unearthing the little-known ancient theatres of Greece's Epirus region
Greece's Epirus region hosts 5 of the country's most important ancient theatres. Some famous, but others little-known. Could this EU project unearth these architectural treasures and put them centre stage once again?
Bronze Age stone slab believed to be oldest 3D map in Europe
The Saint-Bélec slab was first unearthed in Brittany in 1900 but spent the last century in the cellars of the Musée d'Archeologie Nationale in Saint Germain en Laye.
Mexico's first lady bids to retrieve Aztec king's headdress in Austria
Even Mexico's president admitted it was an impossible mission.
'A defining moment': Germany marks 30th anniversary of reunification
East Germany joined the western federal republic on October 3, 1990, following the collapse of the Soviet regime less than a year before.
Heart of Belgian mayor found entombed in fountain
Pierre David was Verviers's first-ever mayor after Belgium became independent in 1830. The century-old urban legend that his heart was buried in a fountain was last month revealed to be real.
Today is St George's Day. But who was England's patron saint?
Celebrations for St George's Day are low key in a normal year. They are inevitably even quieter during a coronavirus lockdown.
Scratching music onto X-rays like bootleggers in Soviet Russia
A couple of music enthusiasts have been reviving a technique for scratching music onto X-rays. It was a method used in the Soviet Union to listen to music like jazz and rock and roll which was banned by the government.
Iconic Orient Express showcased in Lyon for European Heritage Days
Josephine Baker, Mata Hari, and the Belgian king were a few of the celebrities that travelled on the luxury train.
Watch: Take a ride through history at Spain's newest theme park
Forget rollercoasters, the Spanish Reconquista is the big draw at this theme park
Will a no-deal Brexit threaten peace in Northern Ireland?
It's 50 years since a three-decade-long sectarian conflict was sparked in Northern Ireland, which killed around 3,600 people.
Rochester Cathedral turns medieval nave into mini-golf course
The "play and pray" initiative is aimed at attracting a younger audience.
Remains thought to be Napoleon's general found in Russia
General Charles-Etienne Gudin was killed on the battlefield in 1812 during the French Emperor's doomed invasion of Russia.
Ukraine conflict: in the eyes of a student
"Everyday we lose some citizens of our country; so we cannot forget it."
RAF marks centenary with spectacular flying display
Almost 100 planes from Royal Air Force history assembled in the skies over London on Tuesday to mark their 100 years in service.
European 'history house' opens this weekend
It was meant to have been open in 2014, but now the House of European History finally opens its doors to the public this weekend.