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European Super League: UEFA and fans condemn breakaway competition
In a statement released Sunday, UEFA and six European football confederations said any teams involved in setting up a breakaway, closed 'Super League' would be barred from entering other competitions.
At least 11 killed and officials arrested in Egypt train crash
Four wagons of a passenger train bound for Cairo ran off the railway at the city of Banha in Qalyubia province this afternoon, killing at least 11 people and injuring scores of others.
Many injured in Egypt's train derailment
Egyptians gather around overturned passenger carriages at the scene of a railway accident in the city of Toukh in Egypt's central Nile Delta province of Qalyubiya.
Spanish police raid 'far-right' 3D-printed gun workshop
Spanish police have released images of a raid on an illegal workshop in Tenerife that was making guns from 3D printers. They also found white supremacist literature and manuals on making explosives.
Salisbury poisoning suspects wanted by Czech police over 2014 blast
Czech detectives have linked the UK Salisbury poisoning suspects with a deadly blast at an arms depot in the Czech Republic in 2014.
Memorial honours victims of 'gun violence epidemic' in the US
Personal items such as childhood photos and toys honour Americans who have lost their lives to gun violence, in an exhibition that opened at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC.
Afghan refugee speaks out on landmark Serbia border police case
In December 2020 Serbia's Constitutional Court ruled that border control officers had violated the rights of 17 Afghan refugees they abandoned in a forest in freezing cold temperatures near the Bulgarian border.
Pope calls on Russia and Ukraine to seek reconciliation
The pope has expressed alarm at Russia's military deployment near the Ukrainian border and urged both countries to work towards building 'reciprocal trust'.
Germany mourns its 80,000 Covid dead at memorial
Germany, represented by Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, holds a national memorial service in a Berlin concert hall for its nearly 80,000 victims of the coronavirus pandemic.
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny to be transferred to hospital
France said further EU sanctions on Russia could be imposed while the White House warned of "consequences" if jailed dissident Alexei Navalny's health deteriorates any further.
Israelis flock Jerusalem's streets unmasked
"We are free, it's a miracle," says a Jerusalem resident as Israelis take one more step towards normalcy and flock the city centre's streets unmasked, after the authorities lifted the outdoor mask mandate.
Travellers to France from four countries hit with new restrictions
New arrivals from Argentina, Chile, South Africa and Brazil must adhere to strict new guidelines that will come into force next Saturday, including a 10-day home quarantine.
Garden pod provides answer to home working needs
An architectural firm in London has created a space that is intended to meet the needs of people who have to work from home during the pandemic.
COVID mass vaccination centre in Nice closes as just 58 people turn up
More than 4,000 doses of the AstraZeneca jab were available at the centre this weekend but it closed after a few hours due to low turnout.
Israel drops outdoor face masks as 61% of citizens get first COVID jab
The Israeli government has removed the obligation to wear a mask outdoors due to a steep fall in covid cases after mass vaccination
Bus provides beds for homeless people
In Queanbeyan a custom-built bus is offering those with nowhere else to go a warm bed for the night.
Locals in battle over Tesla's Berlin 'Gigafactory'
Environmentalists are deeply concerned about the new facility's water consumption and its impact on wetlands, an important source of biodiversity in the region.
Italian entertainment workers protest against Covid closures
Hundreds of showbiz workers gathered in the centre of Rome to protest against the coronavirus lockdowns that have closed the curtains of theatres, cinemas and live music.
Iran cautiously optimistic about nuclear deal talks in Vienna
The talks in Austria's capital are aimed at bringing the United States back into the world powers' 2015 deal with Tehran on its nuclear programme.
Belarus: Lukashenko claims he foiled US-backed 'coup' as 2 arrested
The Belarusian President said that it was very "the FBI, the CIA" were "most likely" involved in the alleged plot to assassinate him and his family.
This biodegradable faux fur is made from cannabis plants
Hemp fur could provide a plastic and animal-free alternative for the fashion industry.
A guide to the most seductive neighbourhoods in Europe
We visit some of Europe's most famous cities to uncover the most alluring neighbourhoods in the continent.
Fashion industry evolves, as virus forces a rethink
The pandemic has forced designers to think outside the box to present their collections. The future could see fashion houses looking East and ditch runway shows.
Germany commemorates 80,000 COVID-19 victims with national ceremony
Chancellor Angela Merkel and German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier attended a morning mass on Sunday morning before taking part in a televised ceremony.
US and China agree to cooperate on climate crisis with urgency
China and the United States are the world’s top carbon polluters, pumping out nearly half of the fossil fuel fumes that are warming the planet’s atmosphere.