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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Euro 2020: France beats Germany 1-0 after own goal from Hummels
France wins 1-0 against Germany in the 2018 World Cup champions' first match during the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship.
MacKenzie Scott, citing wealth gap, donates $2.7 billion
MacKenzie Scott, citing wealth gap, has given $2.7 billion (€2.2 billion) to 286 organisations.
Ryanair CEO says pilot given no 'alternatives' but to land in Belarus
The pilot of the Ryanair flight that was diverted to Belarus wasn't given "any great alternatives" but to land in Minsk, CEO Michael O'Leary said.
EU and US agree to resolve steel and aluminium dispute by end of year
Brussels and Washington agreed to end a 17-year-long dispute over aircraft subsidies, but tariffs on steel and aluminum remain unsettled.
US-EU need to write the rules for new technologies 'before China'
"China doesn't share our values," said Raimondo. "So we, together with Europe, need to write the rules of the road."
Vladimir Putin meets Joe Biden - what's on the agenda?
The US and Russia acknowledge the relationship between the two nations is dismal ahead of the two presidents' meeting.
Activists in Gaza and far-right Israelis march
Activists in Gaza fire incendiary balloons towards Israel Several arrested ahead of right-wing Jerusalem march
Ronaldo breaks goalscoring record as Portugal beat Hungary 3-0
The match saw Ronaldo become the highest goalscorer in the history of the European Championships.
Slovakia court dismisses businessman's acquittal in reporter's murder
Kuciak's murder prompted huge street protests unseen since the 1989 anti-Communist Velvet Revolution and a major political crisis.
Have Finns perfected the ultimate home office for remote working?
From the European country that normalised flexible working hours comes the practical home office on wheels designed for remote working.
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Ahmadinejad urges Biden to 'use his chance' to repair Iran relations
Watch Euronews' full interview with former Iran president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Coulthard-driven Red Bull F1 car takes on inverted race plane
Former Formula One driver and 13-time Grand Prix winner David Coulthard was driving his Red Bull F1 car, while 2018 Red Bull Air Race World Champion Martin Sonka inverted his plane just a few meters away from the Formula 1 car.
The lawn-mowing sheep that work at a solar farm
These sheep are doing a shift by keeping the grass down and spreading seeds.
EU leaders meet US Biden for EU-US Summit in Brussels
US President Joe Biden was given a tour around the lantern-shaped Europa building in Brussels, by European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
This biker gang are changing perceptions one rev at a time
Bikers from Libya's Mediterranean city of Benghazi, the cradle of its 2011 revolution and a one-time Islamist bastion, rev up their motors to show another side to their country and their gang.
EURO 2020: France wins Group F match 1-0 after German own goal
Your at-a-glance guide to all the latest from EURO 2020, including games, talking points and the best from social media.
Rising number of far-right extremists in Germany, says government
Authorities in Germany say the number of far-right extremists in the country increased last year as neo-Nazis sought to join protests against pandemic-related restrictions.
Big tech companies exposed to EU privacy cases after court decision
Facebook, Google, Twitter, and others can be challenged by watchdogs in any EU member state, not just its lead regulator in Ireland, the bloc’s top court has ruled.
The future of plastic recycling could be in this classic ice cream
Bacteria could help turn plastic waste into this classic ice cream flavouring.
Scotland fans eager for England clash after Czech loss
Scotland fans are in a jubilant mood in Glasgow despite a 2-0 loss to the Czech Republic in the opening round of the Euro 2020.
Italy's Mt. Etna erupts, putting on dramatic show
Europe's largest active volcano erupted overnight, providing a dramatic display for people in the nearby town of Zafferano Etnea.
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Key to preventing new COVID variants is vaccination, expert says
Fewer than 1% of people in low-income countries have so far received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Climate change 'a factor' in frost that decimated France's vineyards
The historic bout of frost in April is estimated to have caused €2 billion in economic damage.
Cook, Zuckerberg, Macron: Who's speaking at VivaTech 2021?
Europe's biggest tech event starts this Wednesday. Here are some of the highlights.
Hungary bans sharing content with children that promotes homosexuality
Hungarian MPs on Tuesday adopted a law banning any content portraying or "promoting" homosexuality or sex reassignment to anyone under 18.
Long-awaited murder probe reveals 'institutional' police corruption
The real Line of Duty? This case has drawn parallels with BBC's hit crime series, which follows a special unit investigating police corruption.
Ikea France fined €1 million for spying on staff and some customers
The French subsidiary of the home furnishings giant Ikea was found guilty of spying on union representatives, employees and some unhappy customers in the country.
EU and US reach deal to end Airbus-Boeing trade dispute
The trade dispute skyrocketed under the Trump administration and saw tit-for-tat duties slapped on a range of companies that have nothing to do with aircraft production
Austria's Marko Arnautovic banned for one game for insulting opponent
The North Macedonian football federation had asked UEFA to punish Austrian striker Marko Arnautovic for a nationalist outburst after he scored at the European Championships on Sunday.
Camping in Lithuania: A showcase of natural beauty
These four road trip routes will give you a taste of Lithuania.