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Poland expels three Russian diplomats over 'hostile actions'
The move comes after the White House announced the expulsion of 10 Russian diplomats over a massive cyberattack and election interference.
Europe must tackle organised crime head-on, says EU commissioner
The European Commission unveiled a new strategy this week to tackle organised crime and combat human trafficking.
Europe must do more to stop pandemic-related corruption, says report
The Council of Europe says countries must apply "transparency, oversight and accountability" to the large cash injections being received due to the pandemic, including from the EU's own recovery fund.
France slammed for deporting refugee to Russia despite risk of torture
Human rights groups say the deportation of Magomed Gadaev is linked to rising stigma against Chechens in France since the beheading of teacher Samuel Paty last year.
Here's why UK's Yorkshire Dales is the 'best national park in Europe'
The UK’s Yorkshire Dales has been voted as the best National Park in Europe. Jack Ramage heads to the hills to find out why.
France passes the grim milestone of 100,000 COVID-19 deaths
"We will not forget any face, any name," said France's president Emmanuel Macron.
Preparations at Windsor Castle for Prince Philip funeral
Crowds gathered on Thursday to watch as members of the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery rode into Windsor Castle as part of the preparations for Prince Philip's funeral.
EU countries express interest in Denmark's AstraZeneca vaccines
The World Health Organization said that Denmark was considering sharing unused vaccine doses with poorer countries.
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Podcast | The grim fate of migrants returning to Guinea
At 18, Mamadou Alpha went on a dangerous adventure from Guinea to cross several countries and the Meditteranean to get to Europe. But luck wasn’t on his side, he was forcefully returned home empty-handed. He now says this fate is worse than death.
Getting jabs to world’s hardest-to-reach people is a huge task | View
"Delivering projects in hard-to-reach areas requires ingenuity and resilience. And when we talk about vaccines with such delicate delivery requirements, the last mile is simply make-or-break."
New chambers of Poland Supreme Court may violate EU law: CJEU opinion
Evgeni Tanchev's opinion came out on the same day when Poland ruled that the country's human rights ombudsman - a critic of the government - must leave office at the end of his term.
World Press Photo: Image of Brazil nursing home hug wins 2021 award
The winners of the World Press Photo Awards 2021 have been announced, featuring work from some of the world's leading photojournalists.
How EU enlargement apathy could push Kosovo and Albania to join forces
If Albania and Kosovo both find the doors of Europe slammed shut, they may both conclude that a federation is the next best option.
Ancient Scottish village in France mourns death of Prince Philip
In Aubigny-sur-Nère, known as the city of the Stuarts, Scottish flags are raised in tribute to Prince Philip, the late husband of Queen Elizabeth II
Chef Himanshu Saini’s khichuri is like a culinary tour of India
Chef Himanshu Saini crafts modern Indian tasting menus using French techniques, hence the portmanteau Trèsind – ‘très’, the French for ‘very’, and ‘Ind’, an abbreviation of Indian.
Norway's public health institute recommends axing AstraZeneca jab
It comes a day after Denmark became the first country in Europe to abandon the jab over links with very rare blood clots.
Sweden sees sperm deficit as COVID deters donors
Medical practitioners have sounded the alarm that Sweden's sperm shortage could drive up wait times for assisted pregnancies
Bagpiping in the mountains of Bulgaria
At the second stop on her road trip, Eva zu Beck has a go at playing the bagpipes in the beautiful mountain town of Chepelare in southern Bulgaria.
Berlin's rent cap is illegal, Germany's top court rules
The rent cap was introduced in February 2020 by Berlin's ruling coalition, which argued it was necessary to keep rent affordable in the German capital.
This year's World Press Photo winners are teaching us about our planet
Here are this year's highlights of the world's most prestigious press photo awards.
Myanmar protesters remember those killed
Protesters in Myanmar gathered Thursday in Yangon to remember those who have lost their lives after the military's government takeover in February.
Blue Origin conducts test launch in Texas
Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin company launched its New Shepard suborbital vehicle from West Texas as part of a test flight Wednesday afternoon, and successfully landed the rocket and capsule separately a short time later.
France pledges free counselling for students during COVID pandemic
French President Emmanuel Macron has promised free psychological counselling for children and students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
French MPs pass controversial law that restricts images of police
The bill will make it an offence to maliciously share images of French police online, where the officer can be identified.
Scientists discover spiders can make music with their webs
Researchers are using virtual reality to pluck spider webs like guitar strings and the sounds are awe-inspiring.
Welsh river turns white after milk tanker crashes into it
"An unknown quantity" of milk flowed into the river, officials said.
US to announce new sanctions on Russia over cyber attacks
Washington says Russia was behind the so-called Solar Winds hack, which breached the networks of nine US agencies.
Is hydropower really the solution to Europe’s clean energy problem?
New hydropower dams have become a source of concern for some environmentalists.
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UK Brexit minister meets EU chief to discuss Northern Ireland Protocol
"There was a lot that was left out, meaning that obviously there will be a need for a practical solution of how to then implement it," a customs and international trade advisor told Euronews.
Watch: Macron visits Notre-Dame Cathedral two years after fire
Millions across France and around the world watched live as flames engulfed the beloved 850-year-old Cathedral on April 15, 2019.