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COVID border closures push migrants to make dangerous Alps crossing
Hiking across the Italian-French Alps, especially in the winter, is difficult even for migrants who have overcome other arduous obstacles along the way.
Residents in several European countries frustrated with COVID measures
"I am limited in my freedom. Not to mention the kids. They can't go to school. Learning online? What future will they have?" one demonstrator in Hungary said.
Swimsuit-clad Poles fundraise with chilly swim and beach piano tunes
"We are making his (Mikolaj's) dream come true, we want him to grow up normally, with our support. On April 27, he will be operated on in the United States," pianist Tomasz Szwelnik said of the fundraising attempt.
Protesters in Buenos Aires decry COVID vaccine scandal
Demonstrators left "body bags" depicting coronavirus deaths in front of the Government House with signs reading: "I was waiting for the vaccine but it was given to Alberto's (President Alberto Fernandez) friends."
Hundreds take to streets in Venezuela over murders of three women
The demonstrators were taking a stand against femicide and the gender-related killing of women and girls.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews throw stones at police in Jerusalem
Ultra-Orthodox Jews, known in Israel as Haredim, have in recent months clashed repeatedly with police enforcing coronavirus restrictions on gatherings.
Trump hints at running in 2024, says he won't start another party
The event so far at a Hyatt hotel in Orlando, Florida, has been a tribute to Trump and Trumpism, complete with a golden statue in his likeness.
Britons living in Spain faced with post-Brexit reality
Britons are advised to register for healthcare as residents in Spain and have until June 30, 2021 to change their driving licences to Spanish ones.
Hungary's PM Viktor Orbán receives dose of Chinese COVID vaccine
Public trust in the Chinese and Russian vaccines was far behind injections produced in the West and approved by the EU's medicines agency.
Hundreds of Danes protest against COVID restrictions in Copenhagen
At least eight arrests were made during a largely peaceful demonstration against the extention of pandemic-related restrictions.
Three ways we can avoid an ‘ecologically induced societal collapse’
Philosophy professor and environmental activist Rupert Read outlines his blueprint for securing a safer future.
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Israeli-owned cargo ship docks in Dubai after mysterious blast
The unexplained blast has raised security concerns for shipping in the Gulf of Oman amid heightened tensions with Iran.
Hong Kong detains 47 activists in sweeping use of new security law
The 47 now in detention were among 55 arrested in police raids last month in the largest use yet of the territory's new security law.
Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi charged with new offences
Suu Kyi, who was arrested on February 1 following the army coup, is now being prosecuted for violating a telecommunications law and for "inciting public disorder," lawyer Nay Tu said on Monday.
Pablo Hasél: Violence in Barcelona 11 days after rapper's arrest
The protests, which are supported by the far-left Podemos party, are putting strain on relations between the governing parties.
Archeologists discover intact ceremonial chariot in ruins near Pompeii
Archaeologists believe the cart was used for festivities and parades, and perhaps to carry brides to their new homes.
US approves use of single-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine
Johnson & Johnson hope to supply more than 100 million doses of its one-shot injection to the US by the end of June.