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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Romania's president wants more NATO troops to be sent to Europe
President Klaus Iohannis says that Moscow's recent military actions on the Ukrainian border have highlighted the need for Eastern Europe to remain vigilant.
Spain warns that lockdown leaving parties lead to more than a hangover
Scenes of revelers partying in mass over the past weekend, in many cases without social distancing or masks, have infuriated many, including health workers, and created a new political quarrel.
Albania & North Macedonia's EU membership bids 'must be together'
Brussels had been considering both applications together, but last week Olivér Várhelyi, the European commissioner for enlargement, told Euronews that decoupling the bids "might be an option" if Bulgaria continues to oppose North Macedonia's entrance in the bloc.
UEFA gives UK deadline over travel waivers for Champions League final
UEFA wants its sponsors, guests and media representatives to be excepted from quarantine restrictions - otherwise, the all-English final could be played in Portugal.
How easy would it be for Scotland to rejoin the European Union?
Scotland's separatist parties won a majority of seats at last Thursday's election, meaning leaving the United Kingdom is once again being talked about.
Portugal sentences three police officers over Ukrainian man's death
Three Portuguese border police officers sentenced to prison for beating a Ukrainian man to death at Lisbon airport in March 2020.
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“Europe is a religion and nobody can betray this religion in Albania,” said Albania's Prime Minister
Global Conversation interviews Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama ahead of the State of the Union conference in Florence and discusses the country's ongoing efforts to join the European Union.
French serial killer Michel Fourniret dead at 79
Michel Fourniret, one of France's most notorious serial killers, died in a hospital jail.
Rocket barrage fired at Israel after Hamas commanders killed
A 6-year old was killed on Wednesday evening in a rocket strike on an apartment building in the Israeli city of Sderot, becoming the latest victim of the recent flare-up in violence.
Romania sinks its teeth into vaccination programme at Dracula’s castle
Romania has transformed one of its most popular tourist attractions into a vaccination centre. Just remember to bring garlic.
Splitting EU bids of North Macedonia & Albania 'not possible'
Brussels had been considering both applications alongside each other, but last week Olivér Várhelyi, the European commissioner for enlargement, told Euronews that decoupling the bids "might be an option" if Bulgaria continues to oppose North Macedonia's entrance in the bloc.
With new elections, can Moldova's Maia Sandu finish what she started?
Her landslide election win in November left her with a hostile, pro-Moscow parliament. Elections on July 11 are a chance to change that.
Second-biggest cryptocurrency Ethereum soars above record $4,000 mark
In a week where other altcoins, including Dogecoin, took a hit, Ethereum's value has soared to record highs.
Greece lockdown measures lift allowing schools and courts to reopen
Primary and junior high schools in Greece have been able to reopen for in-person schooling for the first time in months.
EU border agency Frontex criticised by NGOs for photo competition
NGOs have described the competition as a "Contest of Shame" and published photos that they say "reflect the reality of the situation"
Italian woman mistakenly given six doses of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
A 23-year-old woman in Tuscany remains under observation after she was mistakenly given an entire vial of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine - equivalent to six doses.
Boris Johnson to be investigated over funding of luxury holiday
Britain's parliamentary watchdog has announced that it is investigating Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the funding of a luxury holiday he took in 2019.
Five migrants have died after their boat capsized off Libya
Five migrants have drowned when a vessel, carrying at least 45 people and heading for Europe, capsized off Libya.
How a cyber attack on a US oil pipeline could spark a fuel shortage
Fuel pipeline operator Colonial Pipeline was knocked offline by a cybercriminal gang and forced to shut a critical fuel network. The result could be major fuel shortages.
Hungary is becoming a semi-dictatorship as the EU watches idly | View
"The EU has ignored the fact that within its borders a government is disregarding democratic values, leading the country towards populist-nationalist semi-dictatorship while they collect European taxpayers’ money."
EU talks up Afghan support as US leaves and security declines
European Union foreign ministers debated ways to maintain support for Afghanistan's government on Monday.
UK Labour leader shuffles team after disappointing elections
Labour leader Keir Starmer has given his top team a shakeup after poor local election results as he seeks to exert control over a divided party.
German Catholics to bless gay couples despite a Vatican ban
Some Catholic priests in Germany are defying the Vatican by blessing same-sex couples in a move set to increase tensions between conservatives and progressives.
UK PM Johnson announces easing of COVID restrictions
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson outlined details of the move to step three of the lockdown roadmap.
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Could equine therapy be the new stressbuster on the block?
Equine-assisted therapy is on the rise in Spain. For many people, riding a horse improves physical and mental health. And during the pandemic, it has also helped some people combat the stress and anxiety associated with COVID-19.
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Spain wants to turn all public highways into toll paying roads by 2024
The government in Madrid says every driver should pay for their own usage of the motorways, as opposed to relying on public money for their upkeep. Under the new plans, drivers would have pay to use all of Spain's motorways, as well as other national and regional roads.
Gunman kills six, then himself, at birthday party in Colorado
A gunman opened fire at a birthday party in Colorado on Sunday, killing six adults before killing himself, police said.
More than 2,100 migrants arrive on Italian island at weekend
Italian media reported boats carrying hundreds of people arrived at the small island of Lampedusa, while an NGO warned hundreds more were in trouble in Maltese waters.
Afghans mourn bombing victims as Taliban plans three-day Eid ceasefire
Dozens of young girls were buried at a hilltop cemetery in Kabul on Sunday, a day after a secondary school was targeted in one of Afghanistan's most deadly attacks this year.
Why the #VanLife trend is hurting Gypsy, Roma & Traveller communities
While there are over 555,000 caravans in use in the UK, an estimated 23,000 of these belong to Travellers.