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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Russia says buildup at Ukraine border is a response to NATO 'threats'
The comments come after a surge of cease-fire violations in eastern Ukraine, where Russia-backed separatists and Ukrainian forces have been locked in a conflict since Moscow’s 2014 annexation of Crimea.
Euronews goes off-air in Belarus after its licence is not renewed
"We have not been notified of this decision nor of the reasons for it and learned of it this morning through the press," said Euronews in a statement.
UK government to investigate David Cameron's lobbying for Greensill
The British government has launched an independent inquiry into David Cameron's lobbying for Greensill.
Iran and Israel trade barbs after nuclear site sabotage
Israel has not yet confirmed or denied if it carried out the strike which damaged centrifuges at the Iranian Natanz nuclear plant.
Four safari destinations outside Africa for wildlife enthusiasts
Africa is best-known for being home to some incredible safari destinations - but where else in the world can we walk among wildlife? Here are some of the options.
Fire ravages historic factory in St Petersburg
A huge fire ravaged a historic factory in the Russian city of St Petersburg on Monday
Europe at 'breaking point' over organised crime, says Europol
The EU's law enforcement agency released a report on organised crime Monday highlighting the extent of the problem on the continent.
Online criticism grows over French proposal to ban hijab for children
#HandsOffMyHijab: Online criticism grows over a proposed French law banning children from wearing a hijab in public spaces.
Restaurant owners scuffle with police in Rome lockdown protest
Fed up with anti-Covid measures, Rome's business owners and restaurant workers protest on a square in the Italian capital
'Legend of banter': Harry's tribute to Queen's husband Prince Philip
"He was my grandpa: master of the barbecue, legend of banter, and cheeky right ’til the end," said Prince Harry.
Volcanic eruption and gas from Iceland volcano
The Geldingadalir/Meradalir volcanic eruption in Iceland is producing roughly double the amount of gas pollution today than when it began on 19th March
Is eastern Ukraine slipping back into a full-blown war?
Russia has been deploying large amounts of military hardware near the border and there has been a surge in fighting in recent weeks.
The 6 EU special territories to have on your travel radar
You might not have heard of these outermost regions and overseas countries technically in the EU.
Four migrants found dead off Canary Islands amid rise in crossings
Four more migrants have been found dead after another boat carrying people to the Canary Islands needed to be rescued on Sunday.
Massive fire in historic Saint Petersburg factory
A huge fire burns in a historic factory in Russia's second city Saint Petersburg, sending clouds of black smoke over the city
Stolen Roman statue recovered by Italian art police after chance discovery in Belgium
The find was made in Brussels by two off-duty officers from the Carabinieri Art Squad, Italy's specialist art and antiquities crime unit.
Pro-Europe Czech Foreign Minister dismissed by President
Tomáš Petříček had clashed with the country's pro-Russian President over the use of Moscow's Sputnik V Vaccine before its approval in the EU.
The world's biggest single-site solar park and what it can do
It’s the world’s largest single-site solar park, equipped with millions of photovoltaic panels capable of converting the sun’s rays to about 1000 MegaWatts hourly. Check out the Mohammed Bin Rashid Solar Park in Dubai.
Unearthing the little-known ancient theatres of Greece's Epirus region
Greece's Epirus region hosts 5 of the country's most important ancient theatres. Some famous, but others little-known. Could this EU project unearth these architectural treasures and put them centre stage once again?
Navalny 'threatened with being force fed' during prison hunger strike
The 44-year-old announced last month he was going to begin refusing food in a bid to get proper medical treatment.
Are Bangladesh’s floating gardens the future of farming?
Vegetables could be safer in the hands of this ancient water-based planting method.
China's embassy in Sweden under fire over 'threats' to journalist
China's embassy in Sweden has engaged in a public spat with Swedish politicians after its ambassador was accused of “threatening” a journalist.
Protesters angry over US police shooting of Black man forcefully dispersed
Protesters gather outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department in response to the police killing of Daunte Wright, a 20 year old black man stopped during traffic in a suburb northeast of Minneapolis the same day
Pilgrims bathe in the Ganges despite India Covid surge
Hundreds of thousands of Hindu pilgrims take a dip in the holy Ganges river as part of the Kumbh Mela
What do veganism and conspiracy theories have in common?
Christopher Sebastian gives us his take on one of Germany's "most dangerous conspiracy theorists".
Police hunting for gunman after fatal shooting outside Paris hospital
Paris police are still hunting for a gunman who opened fire outside a hospital in broad daylight, killing one person and injuring a security guard.
These Romania students can now pay their tuition with cryptocurrency
Teaming up with a local start-up, the Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu will become the first university in Romania to offer students the chance to pay in cryptos.
Russian feminist artist on trial for alleged 'pornography'
Yulia Tsvetkova faces up to six years in prison for posting artwork depicting female anatomy online.
Train driver's negligence caused deadly Egypt crash, prosecutors say
Prosecutors allege the driver and his assistant were not in the train's cabin when it collided with another passenger train in Egypt last month.
63% of European city dwellers want a ban on petrol and diesel cars
A majority of people across 15 European cities support only emission-free cars being sold after 2030.