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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Children share their experiences of the recent Israel-Gaza violence
"The houses were falling down on people," said one 11-year-old. "We lost hope. Some people ran away and the paramedics told us to run to the hospital."
Does greenwashing threaten to derail the EU's climate ambitions?
Greenwashing is the deceptive marketing method that makes people believe the advertised products, services or projects are environmentally friendly, when, in fact, they are not.
Osaka withdraws from French Open after mental health statement
Osaka was fined 12,300 euros after refusing to do press conferences at French Open to protect her mental health
Human smuggling ring busted in Germany and Slovakia
Vietnamese people were brought to Europe on fraudulent visas, then forced to work in brothels
Kremlin critic Navalny urges court to halt 'torture' checks in prison
“I just want them to stop coming to me and waking me up at nighttime,” jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny told a judge on Monday.
Biohacking in Dubai rises in popularity
Biohacking, a type of do-it-yourself biology, is becoming popular in Dubai. For enthusiasts, its practices can range from big or small changes to improve health and well-being to more extreme examples of implants and gene editing. But some critics are warning about potential health risks.
The trails in the Western Balkans worth the trek
The Illyricum Trail combines wine tasting with visiting ancients sites. The Balkan Monumental Trail celebrates abstract and modernist monuments from the second half of the 20th century. Where can these unique cultural routes be found? The Western Balkans.
8 of Serbia’s most beautiful hikes for the best views and nature
Whether you're looking to have your fitness tested on the Svrljig mountain range or simply see some natural phenomena on a more leisurely path, this is our pick of the top routes in Serbia.
Fully vaccinated travellers 'should be exempt from restrictions'
The recommendation comes as the bloc prepares to roll out its first EU-wide travel pass.
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EU Commissioner, Virginijus Sinkevičius, breaks down the EU's fight against pollution
"We have premature deaths caused by pollution, we have diseases linked to pollution, we have ecosystem destruction linked to pollution" - Virginijus Sinkevičius, EU Commissioner for the Environment, Ocean and Fisheries, explains how the EU plans to clean up Europe.
The global chip shortage is here to stay, say industry leaders
There's no end in sight to the global shortage of semiconductors, and it's bad news for almost every industry - from cars to electronic devices.
Russia to form 20 new military units in west to counter NATO
Russia to form 20 new military units in west to counter NATO
Gazans head to the beach as ceasefire holds
Families flocked to Gaza's beaches on Sunday after spending almost two weeks largely confined to their homes during the latest war between Israel and the territory's militant Hamas rulers.
Carlos Ghosn: French magistrates question ex-Renault boss in Beirut
French judges have begun questioning fugitive former auto magnate Carlos Ghosn in Beirut over suspicions of financial misconduct.
Sri Lanka: Police investigate fire on ship off Colombo
Firefighting tugboats continued to spray a burning ship anchored off the Sri Lankan capital on Monday, as navy personnel began clearing debris from the vessel.
Czech police want to indict PM over alleged EU fraud
Czech police recommended the indictment of Prime Minister Andrej Babis over alleged fraud involving European Union subsidies
France skiing death toll doubled due to weather and COVID rules
Thirty-nine people were killed in avalanches in France this winter, compared to an average of 20 annually over the past five decades.
Campaigners continue to fight to keep Europe's last wild river truly wild
The Vjosa is Europe's last wild river. It's home to over 1000 species and full of unique natural diversity. A project to build hydropower dams in this largely untouched river has got locals and campaigners fighting for it to become a protected zone.
The show must go on! Puppeteers pick up the pieces of destroyed theatre in Gaza
Two weeks after a ceasefire brought an end to 11 days of hostilities between Israel and Hamas, Nabil al-Khatib, Palestinian artist and founder of Beit al-Fann (the house of art) salvages puppets from his theatre studio in Gaza City to keep bringing smiles to the faces of Palestinian children.
Greenpeace activists block a soya warehouse in western France
A dozen Greenpeace activists block a soya warehouse in the port of Saint-Nazaire, on France's Atlantic coast, to denounce soya imports into France.
China allows couples 3 children to cope with ageing population
Restrictions on the number of births were first introduced in 1980 but were eased in 2015 to allow couples to have two children.
Europe’s offshore wind industry is taking off
Catching the wind out at sea has become a pillar of the continent’s energy future
Great British Railways: genuine reform or a slick rebrand?
Is there any substance to the UK's railway reform?
Whaling in the Faroe Islands: Barbaric slaughter or local tradition?
One organisation is pushing to stop the Faroe Islands’ year-round hunting of pilot whales.
Changes in Europe provide a sustainability blueprint for the world
As the world slowly begins to climb out of the depths of the pandemic, a new reality has emerged. Nearly two-thirds of the world now believes climate change is a global emergency that requires immediate action toward environmental sustainability.
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Dubai conference spells start of new chapter for tourism industry
Leading travel companies, airlines and tourism boards from over 80 countries showcased at the exhibition, with 10,000 people attending the event - a feat that would have been unimaginable 12 months ago.
Six climate-friendly ideas to take from EU green capital Lahti
Finland’s ninth-largest city is, with its modest population of just 120,00 inhabitants, not used to being a capital. But this year is different. Here's why.
What is the EU Green Week and how can you participate?
The annual event, which brings interested parties together to debate the bloc's environmental policy, kicks off today (Monday).
A policy framework for transport where all renewable technologies can compete fairly
Transport is a complex sector, which makes it difficult to decarbonise.
New Zealand Floods
Aerial video showed the extent of the flooding in New Zealand's Canterbury region on Monday, as forecasters warned of possible heavy rain into the evening before conditions improved.