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Biden taps Tom Nides for ambassador to Israel: AP Source
Tom Nides, a former State Department official, is currently serves as managing director and vice chairman of Morgan Stanley.
George Floyd's family meets Biden as US Congress weighs police bill
The meeting came as the world marked one year since George Floyd's death.
One killed amid clashes between protesters and Iraq security forces
Hundreds of Iraqis took to the streets in Baghdad to protest a rise in targeted killings of prominent activists and journalists.
Ceuta struggles to cope with influx of unaccompanied children
More than 8,000 migrants and asylum seekers crossed into the Spanish enclave in north Africa last week.
Europe's ethnic minorities 'more likely' to be stopped by police
The report, from the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), was published a year after the murder of George Floyd.
Taiwan extends lockdown, as soldiers disinfect metro and businesses shutter
Taiwan announces it will extend its nation-wide coronavirus alert level to mid-June in an effort to contain a domestic Covid-19 outbreak. All schools and non-essential public places, including entertainment venue will be closed, as streets are noticeably empty
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Nicos Anastasiades looks to veto the EU's 'positive agenda' with Turkey
"It would be political suicide if, with my knowledge, I accepted a positive agenda without Cyprus included" - The President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nicos Anastasiades, gives his view on Cypriot relations.
Citizens rushed to shelters as India braces for Cyclone Yaas
Indian residents are evacuated and others try to protect their homes as a powerful cyclone is heading for eastern India, a week after another huge storm claimed at least 155 lives on the west coast
Etna eruption lights up night sky with lava
Mount Etna, the volcano that towers over eastern Sicily, erupted overnight Monday and into the early hours of Tuesday with fiery balls of orange lava bursting into the night sky
Palestinian children light candles during rally in northern Gaza
Palestinian children light candles during a rally amid the ruins of homes destroyed by Israeli strikes. A ceasefire was reached late last week after 11 days of deadly violence between Israel and the Hamas movement which runs Gaza
EU pledges 100 million vaccine doses for low-income countries
The European Union has committed to donate at least 100 million doses of coronavirus vaccines to middle- and low-income countries before the end of the year.
Prince William and Kate cook during first joint Scotland trip
Prince William and Kate Middleton visited the Palace of Holyroodhouse with a local charity group on Monday (24 May 2021) during their first joint trip to Scotland
Demonstration in support of Belarusian opposition in front of European Commission's Warsaw office
Several hundred people demonstrate in front of the EU Commission representation office in Warsaw in support of detained journalist Roman Protasevich
Climate change is destroying the oldest cave paintings in the world
Archaeologists have observed 44,000-year-old paintings appear to be blistering and peeling off the cave walls.
French influencer 'offered cash to spread vaccine disinformation'
Grasset shared e-mails with Euronews that show a proposition from someone claiming to work for a UK-based PR company.
Farm to Fork
Is microalgae the sustainable food of the future?
Microalgae are a potential alternative to traditional protein sources that often have a high impact on the environment. Might this sustainable solution to our growing nutritional needs make microalgae the food of the future?
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Will consumers be won over by microalgae meals?
Microalgae contain nutrients and are an alternative source of protein. Unlike traditional sources of protein, they have a low environmental impact. But how are experts focusing on making microalgae known and accepted as an everyday food source?
Bill to allow same-sex partnerships in Lithuania falls at first hurdle
Thousands joined a demonstration in May rallying against the bill.
EU boosts humanitarian assistance for Palestinians to €34 million
In a statement published on Tuesday, EU Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarčič said that "following the announcement of a ceasefire, urgent humanitarian access is now vital, to relieve the suffering of the many innocent victims".
Is Morocco using migration as a bargaining chip against the EU?
A heavy influx of 8,000 migrants in Spain last week came following the hospitalisation of Ghali in the country, a move that angered Morocco.
Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin to meet in Geneva on June 16
Joe Biden will meet Vladimir Putin in Geneva next month in their first face-to-face meeting as presidents, the White House has announced.
'I was innocent': Soviet-era ghosts return to haunt vaccine scientist
Katalin Kariko fled Communist Hungary to pursue her dream of helping to cure disease. 35 years later, her past is being weaponised.
The ticking environmental time bombs lying on Europe's seafloor
Relic munitions and unexploded ordnance are a global problem, ubiquitously affecting European coastal waters. The risk of possible detonations and environmental contamination hinders the development of many sectors of the blue economy — including offshore energy, shipping, aquaculture and tourism.
Bolivian Wine: High altitude, high quality and...healthy?
This wine has been grown high in the Bolivian Andes since the 17th Century and it could have some health benefits.
UN Security Council to hold 'closed door' meeting on Belarus plane
The UN Security Council is set to hold a closed door meeting on Belarus' diversion of a Ryanair plane. France, Ireland and Estonia will raise the issue.
Belarusian opposition politician sentenced to 7 years in prison
Pavel Seviarynets was sentenced along with six other activists on Tuesday amid international fury over Minsk's forced diversion of a passenger jet to arrest an opposition journalist.
Why are Ireland's pilots protesting?
The Irish government is set to release its aviation reopening strategy this week. Here's why pilots are protesting.
Moderna says its COVID-19 jab is highly effective in 12-17 year olds
The results could pave the way for the vaccine to be made available to younger age groups.
George Floyd's death lifted veil on racism in Europe's policing | View
"George Floyd’s murder was a turning point in Europe’s history by lifting the veil on racism within policing."
Six surprising Netflix filming locations that you have to visit
Plan a trip to these real-life locations that were used to create your favourite series.