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One killed and ten injured in rare Netherlands tornado
Emergency services are warning people to stay away from the area where the roofs have been torn off several homes.
Barcelona tackles overtourism with city centre restrictions
Guided tours in Barcelona will have capped numbers and limited routes under new restrictions to combat overtourism.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Petkov resigns after losing confidence vote
Petkov will remain a PM candidate and has now been tasked with trying to form a new government.
Centre-left parties claim victory in Italy's mayoral elections
The votes were seen as the last test ahead of next year's parliamentary elections.
Greece prevents 1,130 migrants crossing Aegean Sea from Turkey
Athens has regularly accused Ankara of violating international law and helping migrants cross the border.
Jailed Russian partner of Belarus dissident asks Lukashenko for pardon
Sapega was sentenced in May to six years in prison for "inciting social hatred" and "violence and threats".
Russian missiles hit busy shopping centre in Kremenchuk, killing 13
Some 25 victims were hospitalised, with several in critical condition, local authorities reported on Monday night.
Blast hits Sloviansk, mayor says cluster bomb used
Emergency services worked to treat the injured and clear the aftermath of a strike on the Ukrainian-controlled city of Sloviansk on Monday.
Sardinia introduces beach tickets and fees to curb overtourism
Sardinia has capped the number of holidaymakers that can visit its famous beaches this summer.
German police confiscate dozens of poisonous snakes after owner bitten
The 35-year-old had told doctors there that one of her rattlesnakes bit her finger.
Roe v Wade overturned: Where is Europe headed on abortion rights?
While tensions reignite in the US, Europe has seen both progress and regression in recent years when it comes to women’s reproductive rights.
Anger after Russia removes Polish flag from WWII memorial in Katyn
"There can be no Polish flag on Russian monuments, and even less so after the frankly anti-Russian statements by Polish politicians."
NATO to hike number of soldiers on high alert from 40,000 to 300,000
Huge reinforcements are heading for NATO's eastern flank.
Why is Amsterdam's Schiphol airport limiting flight numbers?
The Dutch government has intervened to bring down pollution in a world first, but will it work?
Knife attacker kills one and wounds five at German asylum shelter
Police officers have detained a 31-year-old man after the stabbing attack.
One dead and five injured after high-speed train hits locomotive
The accident took place early on Monday in Bohumin near the border with Poland.
How countries in Europe are tackling the use of electric scooters
E-scooter rentals in Europe have boomed in recent years. Countries are increasingly regulating their use in a bid to curb injuries and deaths.
How is Europe preparing for the hidden risk of underwater volcanoes?
The Aeolian Islands off the coast of Sicily were at the centre of a recent UNESCO mission.
Detained migrants subjected to beatings, abuse and racism, claims NGO
Amnesty International says migrants have been abused and denied rights in Lithuanian detention centres. The government says the report is one-sided and cites pressure from "massive illegal border crossings" from Belarus.
Russian economy 'degrading slowly' due to sanctions, claims VDL
Von der Leyen told Euronews that Russia was using food "to blackmail all of us, and this is really atrocious."
Russia escalates attacks across Ukraine, killing and injuring dozens
The Uragan missile strike on a line for water in Lysychansk, killing 8 and injuring 21, is the latest of attacks across the country hitting civilian targets.
Thousands protest against NATO ahead of key Madrid summit
Thousands of people gathered in Madrid to protest against NATO just days before the alliance is due to hold a summit in the Spanish capital.
Fears of Russian debt default for first time since 1917 revolution
Moscow has reportedly missed a Sunday night deadline to pay interest payments, further alienating the country from the global financial system.
Big EU majority says war has or will hit their living standards - poll
The survey comes as the Eurozone battles record inflation.
Zelenskyy calls on G7 to help end war with Russia 'by end of the year'
The Ukrainian leader addressed the conference in Bavaria by video. He has demanded more arms and financial aid, and more sanctions against Russia.
Lightyear's car runs on sunshine — but is it in your price range?
Drivers with a daily commute of less than 35 km who live in sunny climates could go as long as seven months without needing to charge this car, the company says.