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City rallies to win 2-1 at PSG in first leg of CL semifinal
Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez scored in quick succession during the second half as Manchester City rallied to beat Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal.
Spain expects increase in COVID vaccine shipment
Spain’s health officials say that vaccination efforts are picking up pace after a record week in both the arrival of doses and the number of shots administered.
Moldovan President Maia Sandu calls early election for July 11
It came after Moldova's Constitutional Court cancelled a state of emergency meant to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins dies aged 90
Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins, who piloted the Columbia command module in the historic 1969 moon landing mission, has died at the age of 90.
US recognition of Armenian killings as genocide revives an old debate
The United States’ decision to recognise the deportation and killing of Armenians during the Ottoman Empire as a "genocide" has revived a long-running debate in the European Union.
Anti-vaxxers target David Beckham after UNICEF campaign
It comes as Beckham took part in a vaccine campaign as part of World Immunization Week.
Germany puts anti-lockdown activists under surveillance
The country's domestic security agency can now monitor people and groups within the so-called 'Querdenker' movement.
Spanish conquistador statue brought down by a group of protesters
Spanish conquistador statue of Sebastián de Belalcázar brought down by a group of indigenous protesters
Rare collared lemur born at Berlin zoo
Berlin zoo showed its latest addition, a collared lemur named Elodie and her newborn baby, on Wednesday.
Brussels will respond to Russian aggression, says EU's Borrell
Josep Borrell was speaking to MEPs on Wednesday, during a debate on Russia and its "provocations".
'Red Tourism' draws Chinese on centennial of Communist Party
Tourism is booming in parts of China as people mark the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party.
Two London police officers charged for taking selfies at murder scene
The two policemen had been suspended since last June, after their arrest.
Could the UK have a third COVID wave despite leading on vaccinations?
The UK is reopening its economy with a plan to lift most restrictions over the summer. But could a third COVID wave still hit the country?
EU, France and Germany play down Serbia-Kosovo deal reports
On Monday evening, the Kosovan daily newspaper Koha Ditore published claims that Kosovo and Serbia would recognise each other's territorial integrity and sovereignty under an EU deal led by Germany and France.
Is this Turkish lake how Mars looked over a billion years ago?
Lake Salda has long attracted visitors. But last year, it caught the attention of NASA researchers who think it could help identify ancient life on the Red Planet.
Has Lukashenko fatally fractured Belarus' opposition movement?
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya has been the face of Belarus' opposition. But two new political movements could threaten that, fracturing those who want President Alexander Lukashenko to step aside.
What’s worse for the climate crisis: Your child or your pet?
Research shows a way to bring down carbon emissions is to limit family numbers and forego pet ownership.
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North Macedonia warns EU not to disengage from Western Balkans
Stevo Pendarovski said that if Europe leaves a void in the region, Russia and China will fill it.
The hotel industry in Angola keeps growing even during the pandemic
Professionals from the hospitality and leisure sector in Angola have been working hard and developing the best quality stays and offers during the pandemic. Their goal? Health safety and optimal holidays.
Arlene Foster resigns as Northern Ireland's first minister
The 51-year-old became DUP leader in 2015 and first served as first minister in 2016. But in recent weeks, she has been facing strong criticism from inside the party with most of her lawmakers reportedly signing a letter calling for her removal.
Mastercard and Gemini are launching a crypto rewards credit card
Available from this summer in the US, the card will give users Bitcoin rewards on their purchases.
Belgian MP shares video of intimidation by young men in Brussels
Brussels police have confirmed they are investigating the incident.
Spain rescues 41 migrants off the coast of Canary Islands
A Spanish patrol boat which intercepted and picked up 41 migrants, including nine women and three children yesterday afternoon south of the island of El Hierro, on the Spanish Canary Island of Tenerife arrives and docks at the port of Los Cristianos.
Britney Spears fans shave heads during protest
About 50 fans from the so-called #FreeBritney movement are demonstrating outside a Los Angeles courthouse, where a hearing was scheduled in the Britney Spears conservatorship case, which in 2008 led a California court to place her under a unique legal guardianship largely governed by her father.
Don't approach whale carcass it may explode, Swedes are warned
The whale carcass has been beached on the southeast coast of the island since last week.
UK PM rattled as MPs grill him over who funded flat refurbishment
Johnson was asked several times by opposition leaders about who paid for €70,000 worth of work to his Downing Street flat.
Self-driving cars will soon be allowed to take to the UK's motorways
Automated cars will be allowed in a special lane at slower speeds but the plans are not without their critics.
Changing borders in the Balkans 'would lead to a bloodbath'
He was reacting to an explosive non-paper advocating the redrawing of borders of countries formed after Yugoslavia’s breakup.
Fugitive Italian leftist militants attend first extradition hearing
The nine former members and supporters of the Red Brigades have been convicted of terror offences in Italy dating back to the 1970s and 80s.
This Caribbean island wants you to work remotely from its beaches
Ever wanted to spend 6 months working from a Caribbean island? Curaçao might be the place for you.