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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Slovenian PM Janez Jansa survives confidence vote
The conservative prime minister has been accused by the opposition of using the coronavirus pandemic to undermine the rule of law.
Catalonia elections: Has the result made independence more likely?
Sunday's elections in Spain's Catalonia region gave separatists a boost in the regional parliament.
AstraZeneca vaccine gets emergency approval from WHO
The green light for the AstraZeneca vaccine is only the second one the U.N. health agency has issued after authorizing the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in December.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sarajevo zoo welcomes pair of golden-cheeked gibbons
The tiny apes have their own island in the middle of an artificial lake.
Here are the must-see spots for first-time visitors to Cuba
From Old Havana to the Bay of Pigs - here's our beginner's guide to Cuba.
Europe disease prevention agency backs COVID-19 vaccine certificates
The ECDC ruled out so-called 'vaccine passports' that would allow holders to ignore rules on quarantine and testing.
Carnival floats wheeled through Dusseldorf's quiet streets
Not quite the normal atmosphere in Dusseldorf this year.
Kosovo could try to move war crimes court to Pristina, judge warns
In a transcript of a briefing obtained by Euronews, Judge Ekaterina Trendafilova warns that forces within Kosovo are trying to undermine the work of the Netherlands-based court.
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Bill Gates says getting to zero emissions will be 'best thing we've ever done'
"It should be a cause that humanity can come together on. It'll be hard, but if we achieve it, it'll be the best thing we've ever done," says Bill Gates, Co-Chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Founder of Breakthrough Energy.
What will Italy’s new PM Mario Draghi mean for Italians and the EU?
Mario Draghi, the former ECB chief credited with saving the euro, is now faced with rescuing Italy from COVID-19 and its economic impact.
Europe's cold snap freezes Polish shoreline
The shoreline in the coastal town of Międzyzdroje froze over, turning the normally sandy beach into an Arctic landscape of snow and ice.
A census of sea slugs is helping scientists to track climate change
Researchers in Australia are counting nudibranchs in a bid to better understand global warming.
Heavy snowfall leaves parts of Russia blanketed in snow
The average temperature in Moscow and the region is about -13 degrees Celsius but by the end of the week, the temperature could drop to -30 degrees Celsius.
EU asks Hungary to keep liberal radio station on the air
An EU spokesman said the station lost its broadcasting frequency “on the basis of highly questionable legal grounds".
How a small village became a reference point for energy transition
Venizy is a small community of less than a thousand inhabitants, located in the French region of Bourgogne. The mayor has chosen to switch its heating system for public buildings from oil to chipped wood.
Spanish app provides support to child cancer patients and families
This year International Childhood Cancer Day is focussing on how to help families better cope with all aspects of the illness.
To ski or not to ski? How mountain resorts are using climate data to adapt
In the Alps climate scientists are now helping ski station managers to make strategic choices as the planet warms. Should they rely on artificial snow? Is it time to abandon some pistes? And why is dog sledding so resilient to climate change?
'It's 100% the solution': EU holds firm over Northern Ireland Protocol
"We can be 100% sure that the protocol is the solution, not the problem," European Commission vice president Maroš Šefčovič told Euronews.
Nigeria's Okonjo-Iweala to head struggling world trade body
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the former Nigerian minister of finance, was appointed on Monday to run the World Trade Organization.
8 reasons to put Cardiff on your travel bucket list
From the castles steeped in history to the picturesque pier, here's why you should visit the Welsh capital.
Turkey arrests hundreds linked to PKK after troops found dead in Iraq
More than 700 arrests were made after the bodies of 13 Turkish nationals were discovered during a military operation in Iraq.
Scientists accidentally discover life 900m under Antarctic ice
A team of geologists were surprised to find marine creatures clinging to a boulder in complete darkness.
France fines Google €1.1 million over 'misleading' hotel rankings
An investigation by the French consumer watchdog and finance ministry found the tech giant was guilty of "misleading commercial practice".
Thousands turned back at German border due to COVID controls
Police in Germany have turned back some 5,000 people at the country’s borders with the Czech Republic and Austria’s Tyrol region after controls were imposed on Sunday.
Czech PM Babis defies MPs to extend COVID-19 state of emergency
"The end of the state of emergency would mean a de facto easing (of restrictions) and we cannot afford that," Babis said.
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Northern Italian town leading the way to eliminate use of fossil fuels
A town in Northern Italy is leading the way to reducing its reliance on fossil fuels, starting with a school powered by renewable energy.
Myanmar coup: Protesters try to reach NLD headquarters in Yangon
Demonstrators sat behind a police barricade chanting slogans and waving banners aloft demanding the release of Suu Kyi of the return of the government they elected.
Heavy army presence in Myanmar's biggest city as protests continue
A near-total internet shutdown was reported on Sunday night, as mass protests against the military coup entered their second week.
UK hotel quarantine for arrivals from 'red list' countries begins
Arrivals to England from 33 countries, including Portugal, now have to self-isolate for 10 days in a hotel they have pre-booked, at a cost of around €2,000.
Good Morning Europe
Post-Brexit rules keep European bees out of Britain
A British beekeeper says post-Brexit regulations are preventing him bringing bees into the UK. The bees are likely to be seized and destroyed. Since the end of the transition period, only queen bees, rather than entire colonies, can be imported.