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A peer review of trials of the Sputnik V vaccine published in The Lancet reports promising results, but adds that more work is needed.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo’s Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti both described the deal, a diplomatic boost for Donald Trump, as a "huge step forward".
The Argentine legend had informed the Spanish club of his intention to leave but was told he would have to cover a €700 million buyout clause.
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Police suspect the attacks could be part of 'ritual' because the animals are slashed and often their ear and genitals are removed
Euronews Living rounds up the best recent environmental photographs from across the world.
Authorities in three French departments were ordered by judges to revise local orders that made face masks compulsory.
One month has passed since one of the largest explosions in history ripped through Beirut's port claiming the lives of at least 190 people and injuring thousands
The UAE is changing the way it powers its future growth.
The International Atomic Energy Agency was founded in 1957 with the goal of promoting the peaceful global use of nuclear energy.
After COVID-19, how can the EU restart growth in a more social and 'green' way?
A Kremlin spokesperson says Moscow hasn't received any evidence from Germany that Russian opposition activist, Alexei Navalny, was poisoned with a Novichok nerve agent.
A Dutch appeals court on Friday found far-right leader Geert Wilders guilty of insulting Moroccans. It acquitted him of inciting hatred and discrimination.
Our bureau in Brussels takes a look at some of the key stories in Europe this week.
By focusing on a few key products, supermarkets could halve their plastic use by 2025.
Some travellers have asked for clarity after Wales and Scotland imposed a 14-day quarantine for arrivals from Portugal, while England did not.
Students in Hungary are blockading the main entrance of a university over a government reform that has already seen the establishment's management resign in protest.
The Dutch court fears that recent changes to Polish law allowing for more disciplinary actions against judges mean "they can no longer be independent of the Polish government".
Footage released this week shows police putting a spit hood over Daniel Prude’s head before holding his head down on the pavement.
Rui Pinto admits he was behind the Football Leaks exposés published between 2015-18, but argues he is a whistleblower, not a criminal.