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New US ambassador to Belarus meets with exiled opposition leader
Julie Fisher, who has yet to present her credentials in Minsk, said the meeting sent "a clear signal that the U.S. stands with the Belarusian people".
Ukraine adopts new military service law amid Russia tensions
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has signed a law allowing to call up reservists for military service without announcing a mobilization, as tensions with Russia on the border continue.
Czech foreign minister gives Russia ultimatum over diplomats
Newly-appointed foreign minister Jakub Kulhanek said Russia has until Thursday afternoon to restore Czech diplomats at the embassy in Moscow.
Brussels delays decision on making gas and nuclear a green investment
The European Commission announced new criteria Wednesday for its "green taxonomy", a list of investments that are environmentally friendly, to help improve the flow of money towards sustainable activities across the European Union.
Deadly shooting in Albania amid turbulent pre-election atmosphere
Violence has again marred the already turbulent pre-electoral atmosphere in Albania after a shooting outside the capital left one person dead and four injured on Wednesday.
Germans protest virus 'emergency brake' bill
Several thousand protesters gather in central Berlin, waving flags and placards, as German lawmakers prepare to vote on a law amendment giving Angela Merkel's government power to impose tougher measures to curb the coronavirus pandemic.
George Floyd: What was the reaction like to Chauvin's guilty verdict?
Former police officer Derek Chauvin has been found guilty of murdering George Floyd, a killing that sparked protests worldwide over racial injustice.
'Higher risk, stricter rules': EU's new artificial intelligence rules
Systems considered high risk, such as facial recognition, will be subject to extra scrutiny, says the European Commission.
Sao Paulo police raid bar where more than 100 people gathered
Sao Paulo police raid and close a bar where more than 100 people were gathered during an operation against illegal parties as Brazil's economic capital prohibits the opening of bars and restaurants in an attempt to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
Meet France's first female imam who is on a mission to modernise Islam
"The legal schools of Islam today, or the whole normative part of the Muslim religion, emanates from medieval thought," Kahina Bahloul told Euronews. "That is no longer possible."
UK policy to deport EU rough sleepers condemned as 'inhumane'
The Home Office has published guidance on how to implement new immigration rules that could see non-UK nationals sleeping rough lose permission to remain in the country
More than a thousand arrested in Navalny demonstrations across Russia
More than 1,400 people were reportedly arrested during the demonstrations that swept Russia on Wednesday night in support of opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Fans boo Real Madrid players on arrival in Cádiz amid ESL fallout
Fans boo Real Madrid on their arrival at their hotel in Cádiz, where they are due to play their La Liga match. The Cadiz team will be wearing anti-Superliga shirts tonight. In Liverpool, fans post signs outside Anfield following Super League chaos.
The world's best mountainside retreats for people who live on the edge
Which of these cabins will be your next mountain vacation?
How Belarusians have fled in growing numbers since disputed election
Around 995 people sought shelter in EU countries between August and December 2020, compared with 545 over the same period in 2019.
Café, museums and restaurants reopen in Denmark
With the reopening of cafés, bars, restaurants, museums and shopping centres, Copenhagen regains a semblance of normality. The reopening is, however, subject to many conditions, including in some cases the presentation of a 'coronapas' to show proof of vaccination or a negative test.
More than 700m children live on the frontlines of the climate crisis
Climate change is 'the largest threat' to children around the world, warns Save the Children International.
Business Angola explores how economic growth is getting a boost
How is Angola overcoming its economic challenges? Euronews finds out in this week's edition of Business Angola.
France hopes to begin easing COVID-19 restrictions in early May
France's government said it would only lift its semi-lockdown restrictions if the number of daily coronavirus cases fell to around 20,000 within a month.
A safe bet? Why the EU funds its recovery plan on the bond markets
As the EU finances its pandemic recovery with multi-billion bond sales, Real Economy asks what this means for Europe's jobs and businesses
Floyd supporters erupt in joy at Chauvin guilty verdict
A crowd gathered outside the downtown Minneapolis courtroom erupts in cheers after white former police officer Derek Chauvin is convicted of murdering African-American George Floyd.
Talks underway over early Afghanistan withdrawal, says Germany
Deliberations are underway over the possible withdrawal of the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission in Kabul by July 4, the German defence ministry said.
EU countries should lower price of PCR tests, says commissioner
The European Commission expects to start negotiations on the green pass at the beginning of May and launch a pilot project in early June, justice commissioner Reynders explained.
Denmark accused of 'sacrificing the future' of Syrian children
Denmark has said it is safe for Syrian families to return to their home country, but immigration and children's rights advocates do not agree
Europe’s reliance on used cooking oil is fuelling deforestation
A new report suggests turning wasted chip fat into clean energy is actually making climate change worse.
Protests in Berlin as Bundestag approves COVID rules overhaul
German legislators have given the green light to an overhaul of coronavirus restrictions as police clashed with demonstrators near the Reichstag.
Get behind the wheel of the newest electric cars at Shanghai auto show
The latest electric cars and intelligent driving solutions are taking centre stage at this year's Shanghai Motor Show, the industry's biggest event of the year.
Indonesian Navy hunts for missing submarine with 53 aboard
The military is trying to re-establish contact with the German-made submarine and its crew, which went missing during a torpedo drill on Wednesday.
Russia's Putin calls on foreign rivals not to 'cross a red line'
Vladimir Putin delivered an annual address ahead of planned pro-Navalny protests.
Death sentence executions fell by a quarter in 2020, says Amnesty
Amnesty International recorded 483 executions across 18 countries during 2020 - a drop of 26% compared to the previous year.