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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Abe returns to competition in style at Antalya Grand Slam
Japan’s Abe Hifumi is our man of the day. This was the 66kg double World Champion’s first outing on the tour since qualifying for the Olympics late last year and he flew through the preliminaries.
Alexei Navalny 'now weighs just 85kg' after harsh prison treatment
Those representing the Kremlin critic have warned that his condition is deteriorating.
Navy captain in Italian spy scandal 'was desperate for extra cash'
His €3,000 a month salary was not enough to support his family of six.
Orbán, Salvini and Morawiecki form new right-wing European alliance
They met in Budapest on Thursday to introduce the alliance, vowing to create a "European renaissance based on Christian values".
Extinction Rebellion occupies financial headquarters in Brussels
Environmentalists were protesting at the banking sector's perceived complicity in contributing towards climate change.
20 years since first gay marriages, Europe's fight for rights goes on
Progress over the last two decades has been welcomed by campaigners for LGBT rights, but they warn remobilisation is needed to maintain progress amid backlash in some parts of Europe.
Children are the invisible victims of the COVID-19 pandemic, says NGO
Eurochild told Euronews that the COVID-19 crisis has exacerbated inequalities among children.
Candlelight vigil in Yangoon marks coup anniversary
Protesters in Yangon marked two months since the coup that overthrew the elected government with a nighttime commemoration for all those who lost their lives opposing the military junta.
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Podcast | Growing up with absent fathers in the ghost of apartheid
What are the different forms of masculinity that live in South Africa nowadays? And what are the common challenges that overcome the heritage of segregation and apartheid? Join us in our latest #CryLikeABoy podcast episode.
More than 55,000 animals believed dead in fire at German pig farm
The fire broke out on Tuesday at the facility in Alt Tellin — one of the biggest of its kind in Germany.
Let us into hospitals to show real COVID picture, says Hungary's media
A government decree bans journalists from reporting inside hospitals or interviewing health care professionals. Journalists say this risks "exacerbating the epidemic".
Grey whales save pandemic-hit tourism in Mexico's Baja California
In Baja California, northern Mexico, grey whales have offered welcome relief to tour operators, who have seen the return of tourists to observe the animals after a drop in coronavirus cases.
Policeman found guilty of belonging to neo-Nazi group National Action
The ideology of National Action was described in court as based on “Aryan purity” and a particular hatred of non-white groups, particularly Jews.
This entrepreneur says AI can take better care of your health
Dr Loubna Bouarfa, CEO of AI healthcare company, Okra, describes her vision of what our health could look like in the future with Artificial Intelligence on our side.
These 3D printed net-zero buildings could be the ‘future of housing’
These homes in California could be the first community built using the technology.
Easter fun with meerkats and squirrel monkeys at ZSL London Zoo
While ZSL London Zoo remains closed due to COVID-19 restrictions, zookeepers have been entertaining some of the animals with fun Easter activities.
Macron chose a 'third way' to fight COVID. France is not convinced
France' intensive care units are at capacity and new confirmed cases reached over 59,000 on Wednesday but the French leader offered no mean culpa in his televised address.
Will COP26 have to be postponed again?
Some sources say the international climate talks could be pushed back again or see radical changes.
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Bolsonaro supporters, protesters clash at Brazil demo
Minor scuffles broke out in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday as supporters of President Jair Bolsonaro clashed with opponents at a public demonstration held on the anniversary of the country's military coup.
Poland moves a step closer to quitting domestic violence treaty
The Polish government claims the Istanbul Convention does not respect religion and promotes controversial ideologies about gender.
Smugglers drop children over US border barrier
Video released Wednesday by U.S. authorities shows two Ecuadoran children being abandoned by smugglers after they were dropped over a 14-foot-high barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Crying and song as Myanmar anti-coup protesters don red 'blood' tears
Around a hundred protesters with red make-up to simulate tears of blood sing together in Myanmar’s Yangon and march against the military coup. The demonstration was held in Hlaing township.
New York's Guggenheim Museum hosts pop-up hip hop performance
Hip Hop artists perform at a pop-up event at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Titled "The Missing Element", the show fuses beatboxing and street dance.
This Ukrainian beetroot soup could be officially recognised by UNESCO
Chef Levgen Klopotenko believes Borscht is in Ukrainian’s DNA so he’s put a bid together for the soup to be nominated. But the decision would not be without controversy.
Italy's digital divide: One third of students don't have access to online lessons
Not having a computer is a major issue when studying at home. And the fact that Italy kept schools shut for longer than many European countries as a result of the pandemic means that many have no option but to home school.
Evidence suggests children can also suffer from 'Long COVID'
"I used to study hard and got very good grades," one 15-year-old sufferer told Euronews. "But now I can't study. I don't retain information."
Your chocolate Easter egg could be fuelling deforestation
Is palm oil in all kinds of chocolate? And why is it so bad for the environment?
Germany beaten at home by North Macedonia in World Cup qualifier shock
The surprise defeat leaves Germany languishing in third in Group J.
How a trip to China helped me grieve the loss of a loved one
For Hope Talbot, China was the backdrop to learning and understanding how people grieve and commemorate life.