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Death toll from Equatorial Guinea blasts rises to 98 with 615 injured
A string of four huge explosions occurred in mid-afternoon on Sunday.
Pope 'tired' as he returns from historic Iraq visit
“I do confess that on this trip I got a lot more tired than during other ones,” he said, noting his age. “It’s a consequence. But we’ll see.”
Anti-coup protesters in Myanmar bombarded with tear gas
The demonstrators used water, blankets and fire extinguishers to try to smother the smoking canisters but were eventually forced to give ground and disperse.
'Motherhood biggest obstacle to my career,' says leading scientist
"It was a very difficult time for me to balance my teaching and research activity due to the duties connected to the role of mother, but I overcame this," said Dr Maria Rosaria Capobianchi.
Activists demand Ukraine does more to combat violence against women
During the pandemic, cases of domestic violence in Ukraine increased by almost half.
Viktor Orban should become the agent of European integration | View
"The best joke on Orban is to turn him into an undercover agent of European integration," writes Romanian MEP Dragoș Tudorache.
What help is on the menu for Europe’s struggling restaurateurs?
Many of them SMEs, restaurants are edging further and further into the red, forced to rely on the temporary supportive measures being introduced across the continent. But where are they best supported?
Dramatic footage shows train crashing into a bus in Sweden
Remarkably, only three train passengers reported minor injuries in the incident.
Amsterdam clubbers hit the dancefloor for COVID-19 experiment
Those who attended had to present a negative coronavirus test 48 hours before the event, and they have been asked to take another coronavirus test five days after the event.
These female rangers want your help to stop poaching in South Africa
A live stream from this reserve allows you to report suspicious activity to the Black Mambas Anti-Poaching Unit.
COVID in Italy: Three more regions placed under tighter restrictions
The government fears the spike in infections could spiral out of control.
European Parliament to announce result of Puigdemont immunity vote
If MEPs strip the former leader of Catalonia of his special protection, he could be extradited to Spain and face trial.
Here are 5 of Europe's unmissable road trips
Here's a selection of some of Europe's best road trips, from Ireland to Italy.
Man arrested in Italy on suspicion of helping Paris terror attacks
Italian police in Bari have arrested an Algerian suspect for allegedly assisting the Paris terror attacks in November 2015.
At least 20 dead, 600 wounded in Equatorial Guinea blasts
President Teodoro Obiang Nguema said the explosion at 4 p.m. local time was due to the “negligent handling of dynamite” in the military barracks.
George Floyd: Judge pauses jury selection for Derek Chauvin's trial
Picking the 12 members of the jury is expected to take three weeks as prosecutors and defence attorneys grill potential jurors try to ensure impartiality.
Meet the Moroccan on a mission to shatter stereotypes about Islam
We meet one Brussels-based Moroccan who wants to change perceptions about Islam through her brand new lifestyle video blog.
Greece launches investigation into alleged police violence in Athens
Widely circulated videos appeared to show peaceful protestors being thrown to the ground and attacked with batons on Sunday.
German MP resigns amid claims he used pandemic to enrich himself
It was claimed that a company run by Löbel had earned commissions of €250,000 for brokering face mask contracts between manufacturers and German authorities.
Why two women spent a year in the Arctic without men
Sunniva Sorby and Hilde Fålun Strøm were making climate history, but then the COVID-19 pandemic struck.
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Back to school: Classes reopen in England as COVID restrictions eased
The phased return to classrooms after a two-month shutdown is the first stage in the UK's four-step “roadmap” back to normality.
COVID-19 putting millions of girls at risk of child marriage: UNICEF
The UN agency estimates that the pandemic may undo progress seen in recent years and put an additional 10 million girls at risk of forced child marriages before the end of the decade.
English schools and German shops reopen as COVID-19 restrictions eased
While England and Germany ease coronavirus restrictions, other countries in Europe are imposing tighter measures to contain the virus.
10 years later: Tohoku’s recovery and resilience together with the world
On a cold Friday afternoon, life for millions in Japan would be changed in the span of just a few minutes. On March 11, 2011, northeastern Japan was struck by one of the most powerful earthquakes in recorded history.
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Kastellorizo: The Greek island that's fully vaccinated and COVID-free
The locals are being careful, but they live in a more relaxed way. Anyone arriving on the island must take a rapid test.
International Women's Day: Meet Belarus' women political prisoners
On the occasion of International Women's Day, Euronews highlights the stories of Belarus' female political prisoners and the leading role of women in the country's democratic opposition movement.
EU to receive 100m doses per month from April, says Von der Leyen
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen told German newspapers that the bloc will receive 300 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccines between April and June.
MEPs must vote against lifting Carles Puigdemont's immunity | View
MEPs will on Monday (March 8) vote on whether to lift the parliamentary immunity of their Catalan colleagues Carles Puigdemont, Toni Comín and Clara Ponsatí.
This Polish teen's cosmetics website is helping women escape violence
Poland has one of the worst records on preventing violence against women in Europe.
MEPs must back vote to accurately count EU's fish stocks ǀ View
MEPs will this week take part in a vote that will prove crucial to the future of our seas and the communities who depend on them, says the EU Fisheries Control Coalition