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G7 commits to end support for coal-fired power stations this year
Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and US have pledged "ambitious and accelerated efforts" to reduce their CO2 emissions.
Israeli police clash with protesters at Al-Aqsa
Clashes broke out between Palestinian protesters and Israeli police following Friday prayers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, a flashpoint holy site in Jerusalem that is sacred to Jews and Muslims.
Greece's mink farms take a different approach to survive the COVID-19 pandemic
In doubt as to whether COVID-19 can be transmitted from mink to humans, various countries across Europe have culled their mink farm populations. But Greece is taking a different direction to protect its economy and its farmers.
Everything you need to know about the EU's COVID travel pass
The pass will contain information about an individual's COVID vaccination, test record and/or recovery status.
G20 leaders at Rome summit pledge more vaccines for poorer countries
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced 1.3 billion doses of vaccine will be delivered by Europe alone to low-income countries
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Europe’s week: Israel-Palestine conflict and COVID travel pass
Here is a look at the key stories making the headlines in Brussels.
Man arrested after making 27,000 calls to French police in two months
A man was arrested near Lyon on suspicion of harassing members of the police and making around 27,000 phone calls to the authorities between April and May.
Families return to their homes to survey damage
Families in northern Gaza, displaced by the heaviest Israeli bombardment they'd endured in years, returned to their homes early Friday to survey the damage hours after a cease-fire took effect.
Poland told to halt brown coal mine near border with Czech Republic
The court's ruling on Friday is a temporary measure pending its final decision on the Czech complaint.
This chef has turned up the heat and is serving volcano baked pizza
This chef in Guatemala sure can handle the heat - as he serves up volcano baked pizza.
World has 'fallen far short' on biodiversity targets, says UN report
Large areas have gained protected status in the last decade but it's not enough to tackle biodiversity loss.
Explained: What is Bitcoin and how does it work?
Bitcoin is constantly making headlines but unless you're a crypto investor, you're unlikely to know what the fuss is about. So, what is it?
At least 10 workers die after accident at Russian sewage plant
At least 10 people have died while cleaning sewers near the Russian city of Taganrog after inhaling toxic fumes, local authorities said.
How a TikTok trend led to hundreds of abandoned ducklings
The popularity of duckling videos on TikTok led to teens buying them from street sellers for as little as €5, unaware of the care ducklings need to survive
Leros' new migrant detention centre brings back old, ugly memories
For forty years the island was known as “The Colony of Psychopaths”. Now, as the Aegean Island begins building a new detention facility, locals are reminded of the past.
ESA wants satellites around the Moon to make manned missions easier
More than a dozen European firms have been contracted by the European Space Agency to draw up proposals for a shared lunar telecoms and navigation service.
Is Paris overrated? Our readers certainly think so
Travelling is so last year, well maybe not travelling. But these destinations definitely are.
Man convicted of deadly homophobic attack on couple in Dresden
A Syrian national has been sentenced to life in prison for stabbing two gay men in Dresden last year, killing one and seriously injuring his partner in an attack that prosecutors said was motivated by anti-LGBT Islamic extremist beliefs.
EU must reject Poland & Romania's spending plan for COVID cash | View
Poland, as it stands, is set to receive Є58.1 billion in COVID recovery money, and Romania Є29.2 billion.
Catalonia’s new president wants another referendum on independence
Pere Aragonés, 38, was elected Catalonia's president on Friday.
Crypto traders are facing a tax crackdown by the US Treasury
A new report could have major implications for US crypto users as authorities seek to modernise outdated tax infrastructure.
Airports could power 100,000 homes if we covered them in solar panels
Scientists have discovered that solarising airport roofs could be the next step towards a clean energy transition.
Austrian man has the wrong leg amputated in 'tragic' mistake
An elderly man in Austria has had the wrong leg amputated after a "tragic" mistake at a clinic near the Czech border.
Europe's air traffic 'might not get back to normal until 2029'
It could be a full decade before Europe's air traffic gets back to pre-pandemic levels, it's been claimed.
These robots will build your future home
With the construction industry anticipating a skills shortage in the next ten years, the sector is turning to robots, automation and 3D printing to deliver the homes and offices of the future.
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'Rethink or avoid international travel' says WHO, despite vaccinations
EU travellers will be allowed to get a travel certificate if they can prove they had been vaccinated, tested negative for the virus or have proof they've recovered from it. But despite the boost given by Brussels, the WHO is warning people to rethink or avoid international travel.
Israeli, Palestinian demonstrators gather in NYC
Pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian demonstrators gathered on opposing sides of the street in New York's Times Square on Thursday night following the announcement of a ceasefire in the Middle East.
Eight men arrested in UK for racist abuse aimed at top football player
The probe was launched after the April 11 Premier League clash between Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur during which one of the players from the London side was targeted with "a series of highly offensive and racist remarks," police said.
Canada rules Iran's downing of civilian plane was 'terrorist act'
More than 170 people including Swedes, Britons and Germans were killed when the Ukrainian Airlines plane was shot down over Tehran last January.
Putin warns Russia's enemies will have 'teeth knocked out'
Vladimir Putin was speaking at a government meeting Thursday when he made the strong comment.