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WHO greenlights China's Sinovac coronavirus vaccine
China's Sinovac coronavirus vaccine "meets international standards for safety, efficacy and manufacturing," the UN health body said on Tuesday.
Belarusian activist stabs himself in court to protest repression
Stsiapan Latypau's desperate act on Tuesday sheds light on the situation of Belarus' 454 political prisoners. The activist was arrested during massive protests against President Lukashenko last September.
European companies criticised over West African food security
“The fishmeal and fish oil industry, and all governments and companies supporting them, are basically robbing local populations of livelihoods and food," said Dr Ibrahimé Cissé, senior campaigner at Greenpeace Africa.
UK reports no new daily COVID-19 deaths for first since last year
But new infections fuelled by a new virus variant are on the rise.
Norbert Hofer steps down as leader of Austrian far-right party
"Obviously, I'm tired of hearing every day that I'm not fit for the job," Hofer told an Austrian tabloid newspaper
Germany probes allegations of COVID-19 test fraud
The government's scheme to pay for one free test per citizen per week has led to a proliferation of businesses offering rapid antigen tests.
Ex-owners of Italian steelworks jailed over deadly factory pollution
The former owners of Ilva steelworks, Fabio and Nicola Riva, were handed 22 and 20 years in jail respectively for allowing their Taranto-based factory to emit deadly pollution.
Outrage in Italy as notorious mafia killer released early from prison
The news of Giovanni Brusca's early release after 25 years in jail sparked a wave of emotion in Italy. The 64-year-old man is believed to have taken part in hundreds of murders for the Sicilian mafia.
Lyon Danse Biennale
At the heart of this year's Biennale is Africa and young people, with performers from 16 African countries, including Nigerian choreographer Qudus Onikeku and his dancers.
Thousands of Palestinian volunteers clean the debris in the streets of Gaza
Thousands of Palestinians took to the streets in a campaign to clean up the destruction wreaked by Israel’s bombardment in its 11-day offensive.
Brussels launches new public prosecutor to target misuse of EU cash
Five EU states have not joined the prosecutor, including Hungary and Poland.
UK baby first to receive a game-changing gene therapy on the NHS
Zolgensma is a potentially life-saving therapy for five-month-old baby Arthur Morgan. It’s also one of the world’s most expensive drug.
Heathrow opens terminal for travellers from 'high-risk countries'
London's Heathrow airport reopened its Terminal 3 on Tuesday as a special hub for travellers from high-risk countries.
Vatican to criminalise sexual abuse of adults by priests
The Catholic Church is changing its laws to explicitly criminalise sexual abuse of adults by priests, and to include laypeople who hold church office in sanctions for similar crimes.
'Last month to apply' for post-Brexit residency, campaigners warn
EU nationals living in the UK and Britons in some countries on the continent face an end-of-June deadline to apply to formalise their status, but many have yet to do so.
Taiwan: 'Spiderman and Ninja Turtle' donate food to frontline medical staff
A Taiwan restaurateur and his friends dress up as spiderman and ninja turtle while they deliver donations of lunch boxes to frontline medical staff, in an effort to put a smile on the island's healthcare workers as they deal with a sudden surge of infections.
Through theatre, feminists protest against violence during demonstrations in Colombia
With a play relating the pain of mothers who lose a child, but also with a candlelight vigil, feminist organisations of Bogotá gathered to denounce the violence suffered by the demonstrators at the hands of the police in Colombia.
Multi-ethnic food truck helps migrant women start new life in Bologna
They fled war and poverty, now they're bringing a taste of home to Italy: Meet the female refugees carving out a new career in the kitchen.
Meet the heroic pilots who gave up flying to fight climate change
The stories of three ex-pilots who stopped flying when they realised the environmental impact it had on the planet.
COVID variants renamed to ‘non-stigmatising’ letters of Greek alphabet
The coronavirus variants widely known by the name of the country in which they were first discovered - such as the Indian, Brazilian or British variants - have been renamed by the WHO.
Russian authorities ramp up pressure on opposition ahead of elections
Andrei Pivovarov, the head of the Open Russia movement that dissolved itself last week, was pulled off a plane at St. Petersburg's airport late Monday and was to be taken to Krasnodar in southern Russia.
Meet the journalist who fled Belarus hours before Ryanair diversion
Carrying just her passport, money and a few essentials in her handbag, Arina Malinovskaya fled for the Ukrainian capital Kyiv.
Spanish court rules Western Sahara rebel leader should remain free
The leader of a movement seeking independence from Morocco has testified in a Spanish investigation into allegations against him of torture and genocide. The court's decision to keep him free is likely to infuriate Rabat.
UK could push back reopening due to Indian COVID variant
Despite the successful vaccination campaign in the UK, there are fears a third wave of COVID-19 may have already begun.
Germany did not fully recognise Namibia killings as genocide | View
"Contrary to what the majority of global media reports suggest, there is no question of full recognition of the genocide in the legal sense and with consequences under international law."
NATO to meet after Belarus officials restricted from headquarters
The move follows Minsk's intervention last month forcing a Ryanair flight to land in Belarus to arrest dissident journalist Roman Protasevich.
Peru more than doubles COVID-19 death toll with new figures
Peru more than doubled its official COVID-19 death toll on Monday, after the government updated the figures.
The murky issue of air pollution in North Macedonia
Air pollution in North Macedonia is said to kill hundreds of people a year. The country is trying to conform to EU standards when it comes to legislation to minimise pollution, but the quality of air in the capital is still a major problem.
One man's battle to preserve the 'lungs of the Mediterranean’
Marine biologist, Manu San Felix has made it his mission to save threatened seagrass meadows.
A guide to some of the most awe-inspiring bodies of water in Europe
To celebrate EU Green Week, we take a look at some of Europe's most beautiful destinations that centre around water.