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France extends COVID-19 vaccination to 12-18 year olds
France will begin inoculating teens aged 12-18 on June 15, President Macron said as COVID-19 indicators were deteriorating in southwestern regions.
Israel: PM Netanyahu's opponents strike coalition deal to oust him
Centrist Yair Lapid and ultranationalist Naftali Bennett said they reached a deal to form a new governing coalition, which also includes a small Islamist party.
UK hits COVID-19 vaccine milestone with 75% of adults inoculated
Three-quarters of the adult UK population has now received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, authorities said on Wednesday. The milestone was hit amid concerns in the country over the fast-spreading delta variant.
Brussels wants member states to keep spending to maintain recovery
Brussels wants EU countries to keep investing and spending in order to maintain the recovery from the pandemic.
Watch: Gaffe as soldiers raid Bulgarian sunflower oil factory
The owner of the factory said on Wednesday that he had filed a lawsuit against those responsible for the May 11 incident.
Germany-Russia flights to resume after suspension amid Belarus row
Flights were suspended on Tuesday and Wednesday amid escalating tensions between Russia and the West after Belarus diverted a passenger jet to arrest a dissident journalist.
Oulu in Finland will be the European Capital of Culture in 2026
Oulu won with a project promising “cultural climate change”, focussing on the participatory nature of art and culture.
Greece extends COVID-19 vaccination campaign to migrants camps
Athens has faced criticism for not including asylum-seekers earlier in its vaccination campaign.
Dutch production line to increase Moderna COVID-19 jab output
This line will enable the supply of an additional 300 million doses of Moderna's booster variant vaccine candidate per year, if authorised.
The UK 'risks isolation' if it keeps doors closed to foreign arrivals
The World Travel and Tourism Council says that despite its high vaccination levels, the UK is "losing its competitive edge" with an "overcautious approach".
Russian opposition activist sent to jail amid crackdown
a court ordered Andrei Pivovarov, the head of the Open Russia movement that has just disbanded itself, to be held for two months pending an investigation, rejecting the defence’s appeal against his arrest.
Uzbekistan participates in Venice's Architecture Biennale for the first time
How will we live together? That is the main theme of the 2021 edition of the International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale. Uzbekistan, a first time participant, answers it with 'Mahalla: Urban Rural Living'.
This city's smart trams will rival self-driving cars - when they exist
New smart tech to help cut pollution and improve mobility and sustainability is being trialled on Florence's trams. It could change how our cities work.
Scientists have just discovered that plants can tell the time
Did you know that plants, like humans, have an ‘internal clock’?
Naples' murals are a battleground for justice and a brighter future
Parents of children allegedly killed by police or the local mafia have been using street art to campaign for justice and warn other youngsters to steer clear of crime.
COVID-19 pushed over 100 million more workers into poverty, says UN
The pandemic is not just a public health crisis. It is also a job crisis that has pushed millions of workers into poverty, a new report warns.
South Korea's 'high security seed vault' is ready for an apocalypse
The vault stores 5,000 different species of wild plants, to ensure they are not lost in extreme events caused by climate change or war.
Brussels unveils plans to reform borderless Schengen Area
The European Commission wants to improve the management of the external borders and also strengthen cooperation among Schengen states.
Sustainability and the city: These are the world’s greenest locations
New research has uncovered the most sustainable options for city living.
LEGO staff create the world’s largest ever football made of bricks
The world’s largest LEGO ball has been built at the LEGO House in Billund, the hometown of Lego, to celebrate the upcoming European Football Championship, that will kick off on June 11.
Cosmonauts Oleg Novitsky and Pyotr Dubrov conduct spacewalk from the ISS
Russian cosmonauts Oleg Novitsky and Pyotr Dubrov conduct a spacewalk from the International Space Station. The duo carry out preparations for the undocking and disposing of a station module later this year.
Gigantic sinkhole appears in central Mexico, worrying locals
A sinkhole that has been growing dozens of meters daily since last weekend is worrying the residents of a rural area of the Mexican state of Puebla, in the center of the country.
Watch: Painting over of LGBT crossing in Vilnius prompts police probe
The incident took place on May 31. In a video posted on Facebook, four people can be seen spray painting over the rainbow-coloured crossing and disrupting traffic.
Wandering elephants in China roam villages, wreck crops
A herd of 15 wandering elephants in southwestern China has been entering villages and gorging on crops, state media reported, causing millions of yuan in losses.
Ocean Panel fights to protect the ocean and boost economies on the way
"If we take care of the ocean, then in 2050, we are going to have seafood from the ocean, six times more than the seafood we are getting now" - Maria Damanaki, Global Managing Director for Oceans, The Nature Conservancy
The best of Dubai on a budget
Dubai may be home to some of the most decadent experiences in the world, but it’s also a destination that explorers can enjoy on a budget.
Croatia lures digital nomads with tax breaks
Craving a change of scenery? Croatia could be just the place for you this summer.
Serbia and Kosovo leaders 'to meet for reconciliation talks'
A date had been set for a meeting between Kosovo’s new prime minister, Albin Kurti, and Serbian President Aleksander Vucic.
Iranian navy ship sinks after catching fire
Iranian officials offered no cause for the incident, which comes after a series of mysterious explosions targeting ships in the region since 2019.
Isaac Herzog, son of former president, elected president of Israel
Isaac Herzog has been elected as the new President of Israel, as opponents of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu try to reach a last-ditch agreement on a new coalition government.