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Iran to enrich uranium to highest level so far after Natanz attack
Iran will begin enriching uranium up to 60% following the attack on its Natanz nuclear facility.
Merkel bids for powers to impose a nationwide COVID lockdown
If MPs pass the legislation, restrictions will be automatically introduced in regions with a spike in COVID-19 infections.
Brussels wants EU vaccine passports ready by the start of summer
Pilot schemes will be launched at the beginning of that month with the aim to have the whole system up and running by June 21, says the European Commission.
Bitcoin hits fresh record ahead of Coinbase's stock market debut
Does the stock market listing of Coinbase mean cryptocurrencies are becoming part of the financial establishment?
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Saving food to save the planet: European initiatives take on food waste
Around a third of all the food produced for human consumption is thrown away every year. The CO2 emissions created during the production and disposal of this surplus food are damaging the planet. But there are now many European initiatives around to help find solutions for this excess food.
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How to reduce food waste (and why it's so important)
One-third of all food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted through unsustainable means. In the EU, domestic households are responsible for more than half of that waste.
France suspends all flights to and from Brazil over variant fears
“We note the situation is getting worse,” said France's prime minister Jean Castex. “And so we have decided to suspend all flights between Brazil and France until further notice.”
A year before the vote, who is bidding to be France's next president?
With just a year until the French will head to the polls to elect a new president, those hoping to replace Emmanuel Macron are emerging from the shadows.
China’s European ghost towns: The tourism trend that went wrong
Over the years, China has taken to recreating some famous European towns and cities to attract tourists. But does it work? We find out.
New migrant camp approved for Lesbos but exact location undecided
The municipal council of Mytilene approved the construction of a new 3,000-capacity facility on the Aegean island - but without agreeing where it will be located.
Minnesota police shooting: riots erupt in Portland and enter second night in Brooklyn Center
Police clashed with protesters for a second night in the Minneapolis suburb where a police officer fatally shot a Black man in a traffic stop over the weekend
London Zoo reopens to public after latest lockdown closure
Visitors returned to ZSL London Zoo Monday (12 April 2021) as the attraction reopened to the public for the first time since its closure on 4 January, for the third national lockdown
Scientists have grown a clean, green superbug that eats sewage
A superbug which eats its way through wastewater has been grown from scratch at a plant in Australia.
This floating hotel will generate electricity by rotating all day
The design includes minimum energy loss and a zero waste principle at its core.
Turkey violated rights of jailed journalist Ahmet Altan, ECHR finds
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Turkey violated veteran journalist Ahmet Altan's rights to liberty and freedom of expression by jailing him on terrorism charges after the failed 2016 coup.
Wish you were there? Tourists in Greek holiday test can't leave hotel
The tourists are staying on the Greek island of Rhodes for a week but will not be allowed to leave their hotel.
Austria's health minister quits amid 'exhaustion' of COVID response
"15 months have felt like 15 years," said Austria's health minister Rudolf Anschober, announcing his resignation.
J&J COVID vaccine rollout delayed in Europe amid blood clot reports
Johnson & Johnson will delay the rollout of their COVID-19 vaccine in Europe following reports of blood clots in six people after receiving jab.
Life is a Bitche for French town after Facebook page removed in error
It was assumed that Facebook's algorithm may have confused 'Bitche' with an English insult.
Saudi's Ta'if residents keep folklore war dance alive
The art of Taachir is known to be a traditional dance for the people of Taif, west of Saudi Arabia
Mexican village forms 'self-defence' group amid armed gang threat
Children brandishing replica rifles march alongside armed adults as residents of Ayahualtempa, south-western Mexico, form a 'self-defence' group to train for a possible attack from criminal organisations that operate in the area
Europe's Muslims prepare for second Ramadan under shadow of pandemic
From London to Madrid, Islam's holiest month will be marked under pandemic restrictions for the second consecutive year.
UK COVID variant not more dangerous than original, say studies
Two teams of researchers in the UK found the new strain discovered in September 2020 has higher transmission rates but does not lead to more severe symptoms than the original.
Europe's COVID deaths top 1 million as pandemic hits 'critical point'
Europe is the world's worst-hit region with a coronavirus death toll of at least 1,000,288 on Monday.
How a court ruling lays the ground for mandatory COVID-19 vaccination
A recent ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has set a precedent that European countries could use to make COVID-19 vaccines compulsory.
Michel and von der Leyen to face MEPs after 'Sofagate' gaffe in Turkey
The 'Sofagate' incident has landed European Council president Charles Michel in hot water and raised questions about the unity between EU leaders.
Japan to start releasing Fukushima water into sea in two years
Some scientists warn the long-term impact on marine life is unknown and the fishing community has voiced strong objections.
More clashes in Minnesota after police shoot, kill Black man
Hundreds of protesters faced off against police on Monday in the Minneapolis suburb where an officer fatally shot Daunte Wright.