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Memorial: Russian court hears petition to close renowned rights group
Memorial rose to prominence for its studies of political repression in the Soviet Union and currently encompasses more than 50 smaller groups in Russia and abroad.
'Norway owes us', says Hungary, after Oslo suspends aid in NGO row
Norway said Hungary refused to appoint "the best-qualified candidate" to manage the funds allocated to civil society.
Why is the EU's new Emissions Trading System so controversial?
As part of a broader package of climate legislation, the European Commission wants to set up a scheme to reduce carbon emissions from buildings and road transport.
Romanian civil society has proved its strength. Now it can help nurture a fragile democracy ǀ View
This is the moment to either complete the post-communist democratic transition or become further mired in the culture of corruption and impunity that has threatened to strangle Romania's fledgling democracy.
'Whistleblower' app wants Poles to report local nuisances, petty crime
'Whistleblower' allows users to easily report or document evidence of fly-tipping, illegal parking or animal abuse.
Refugee Food Festival: Sharing stories, sharing food
During Lyon's edition of the Refugee Food Festival, Euronews met four refugees working as chefs in France to learn their life stories.
What the fate of one village reveals about Poland's justice system
Residents of Grabówka thought they had one a three decade battle with a final court ruling in their favour. But getting justice isn't so simple.
Too much happiness? Resisting the self-help craze in Denmark
Lately, young Danes have been suffering from pressure to be happy all the time. But is too much happiness good? Danish author Svend Brinkmann says "no".
Hungary is determined to silence any critics left standing | View
The Hungarian government is using legislation and smear campaigns to send a chilling message to those who act in solidarity with marginalized groups: be quiet or face the consequences.
Turning Orban’s hateful rhetoric into reality: View
European leaders have to finally take concrete action to stop Hungary's assault on civil society, writes Amnesty International's Gauri van Gulik.
Switzerland chosen as ‘best country in the world’: report
Switzerland was chosen for a second year in a row as the "best country in the world" by the 2018 Best Countries report.
Tourists asked to help rebuild Hungarian castle five stones at a time
Reconstruction effort uses children's song title to attract temporary volunteers.
India's supreme court rules Muslim practice of instant divorce is unconstitutional
Men should not be allowed to end marriage by a single text message, court rules.
View: Why are authoritarian democratic leaders getting so popular?
The rise of “illiberal democracy” in Europe is typically centered on a leader who concentrates power by overriding – and in some cases eliminating – institutional checks and balances.
Hong Kong pillow fight
Dozens of people dressed in costumes or pyjamas and armed with pillows gathered in Hong Kong on Saturday (April 1) to battle for the 7th International Pillow Fight…
US parents sue over right to call their child ‘Allah’
A couple in the US state of Georgia are taking the state to court over their child’s surname.
Contestants spend on year on reality show - with no one watching
Imagine emerging from a reality TV show after one year in the wilderness – only to find that it had dropped off the schedule and nobody was watching.
Hungary invites people to hang up coats for the homeless
With temperatures plummeting to around minus 10 in Hungary, one enterprising charity firm has introduced an initiative to help the homeless.
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Angels descend from on high in Czech Republic
Thousands of people watched angels flying down from a church tower during the last Advent weekend Christmas market in Ustek, in Northern Bohemia on Saturday.
Santa Claus is coming to town: Madrid charity race attracts 12,500 lookalikes
Santa Claus may be busy at this time of year, but some 12,500 lookalikes have taken to the streets of the Spanish capital for an annual charity race.
Santa race raises money for Multiple Sclerosis Foundation of Madrid
Thousands of running Santas crowd through one of Madrid’s main boulevards on Saturday (December 17) as they take part in a six kilometre race in which amusement and Christmas where the main…
Civilians flee rebel-held eastern Aleppo as Syrian regime tightens grip
Men, women and children are fleeing the frontline in Aleppo as fierce fighting in the war-shattered Syrian city intensifies.
Think of us not just tourists, demand Venetians
Venetians have marched through their city with luggage to demand authorities think of the local community and not just tourists. According to the
Eyes light up in Mexico for burgeoning festival
Mexico City has been glowing amid a series of light projections and installations, for the city’s third annual International Festival of Lights, FILUX.
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