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Raul Castro confirms he's resigning, ending long era in Cuba
The resignation marks the end of the Castro brothers' leadership that began with the 1959 revolution.
Italy moves toward slow reopening with outdoor dining
Dining al fresco will be permitted again in Italy's lower-risk regions starting April 26.
Hunger-striking Navalny describes threats to force-feed him
Imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says officials have threatened to force-feed him and end the hunger he started on March 31.
'Peaky Blinders' actress Helen McCrory dies of cancer at 52
Her husband, actor Damian Lewis, said McCrory died "peacefully at home" after a "heroic battle with cancer."
New audio app Clubhouse 'has significant problems with moderation'
The audio-based social network solely relies on users reporting harmful content, rather than proactively moderating content.
Pakistan briefly blocks social media access after anti-French protests
The interior ministry said the measure was taken "in order to maintain public order and safety" after several days of heightened anti-French sentiments.
Ireland encourages remote work to repopulate rural areas
The Irish government is hoping to bank on the rise of remote work to breathe new life into rural towns and villages.
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Europe's week: Vaccine ups and downs, 'Sofagate' and Ukraine conflict
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Turkey has just banned using cryptocurrencies for payments
With the lira hit by spiralling inflation, Turks have increasingly turned to cryptocurrencies as a stable asset. That is until the Central Bank banned their use.
Meet the local communities starting a renewable energy revolution
Patagonia has released a documentary called 'We the power' about the community-owned energy revolution in Europe.
Merkel calls for uniform set of COVID restrictions across Germany
"The situation is serious, very serious, and we need to take it seriously," German Chancellor Angela Merkel told lawmakers. She is trying to pass a bill that would force regions to implement a uniform set of coronavirus restrictions.
Do some COVID vaccines affect women differently?
Questions have been raised around the different ways in which vaccines can impact women compared to men
Residents of Bucharest’s crumbling buildings live in fear of earthquake threat
Bucharest is the EU capital that is most at risk from earthquakes, many seismologists believe. And with hundreds of vulnerable old buildings suffering from decades of neglect, many residents of the Romanian capital are living in fear for their lives.
Former leader of far-right Austrian party arrested for corruption
The former head of Austria's far-right party, Heinz-Christian Strache has been charged with corruption following the 2019 "Ibizagate" scandal.
As Europe gives billions to airlines, is rail being left behind?
While the European Commission has given the green light to billions in state aid to Air France, the rail sector says companies such as Eurostar are not seeing the same level of government support.
This whiter than white paint could be very good news for the planet
It reflects 98% of sunlight and radiates infrared heat through the atmosphere into space.
'Highly probable' the EU will ditch its AstraZeneca contract: minister
France's industry minister said on Friday that while a final decision was yet to be made, it was "highly probable" the EU wouldn't renew its contract for the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID vaccine.
All the details of Prince Philip's COVID-friendly, 'no fuss' farewell
With no state ceremony, a custom-built hearse and a 30-person guest list, the Duke of Edinburgh's adieu will look a little different to other royal funerals.
This is how much you could get paid to visit Malta this summer
The Mediterranean island is working with hotels to provide some serious discounts as part of its COVID recovery.
Sweden to ease COVID-19 restrictions for those who've been vaccinated
Sweden's Public Health Agency says they will ease restrictions for those citizens, mostly elderly, who have had at least one vaccination shot against COVID-19.
UK reports 77 cases of COVID variant first detected in India
Some 77 cases of a variant thought to be behind a recent surge of infections in India have been detected in the UK.
Low-tax EU states 'may be pressured' over minimum global corporate tax
US President Joe Biden's proposal for a minimum global corporate tax could cause division among EU member states.
Windsor prepares for Prince Philip's funerals
Images of tributes to Prince Philip in the streets of Windsor as the town prepares for the funerals of Queen Elizabeth's husband, dead at 99
Meet the buyer of the world's most expensive digital artwork
The €58 million sale of a digital collage by the artist Beeple made headlines as the most money ever paid for an NFT. We meet the 32-year-old behind the purchase.
Greek and Turkish foreign ministers clash at press conference
The talks were arranged to improve relations between the NATO allies but descended into accusations.
Romania approves law to exclude Huawei from future 5G network
Romania has approved a bill that aims to exclude Chinese group Huawei from the country's future 5G mobile network.
France adopts law criminalising sex with children aged under 15
French Parliament adopts a law that sets the age of consent at 15 years old, and 18 years old in the case of incest.
North Korea marks Kim Il Sung's birth with evening gala
Yong people dance outside in Pyongyang to mark the so-called Day of the Sun, commemorating the birthday of former President Kim Il Sung on 15 April 1912
Florida: 15,000 cereal boxes toppled to honour school employee
Students from two Florida school districts collected more than 15,000 boxes of cereal, set them up like dominos.
Pfizer CEO says third COVID jab 'likely' needed within 12 months
Authorities in the US and the EU have already started planning for such an eventuality.