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EURO 2020: England and Scotland draw 0-0 in Group D match
Both team had chances to score at Wembley Stadium. England defender John Stones hit the post with a header. Scotland forward Lyndon Dykes then had a shot cleared off the line
EURO 2020: Czechs draw 1-1 with Croatia in group D match
Czech Republic forward Patrik Schick stepped up to the penalty spot and scored his tournament-leading third goal
Guterres re-elected for second-term as UN Secretary General
Guterres seeing building trust as key to tackling some of the world's biggest issues including the coronavirus pandemic and climate change
Serbia's Vucic hits back as Montenegro bans Srebrenica genocide denial
Montenegrin lawmakers on Thursday ousted a pro-Serb government minister who denied the 1995 massacre in Srebrenica was genocide.
Palestinians clash with Israel police at Jerusalem holy site
Palestinians protested after Friday prayers at the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem and briefly clashed with Israeli police, leaving three demonstrators injured.
Sweden's government could be about to collapse in a row over rent
Stefan Löfven has been given an ultimatum: abandon his plans to allow landlords to set their own rents, or face a vote of no confidence.
The Danish immigration decisions tearing Syrian refugee families apart
The Alata family was torn apart once when their father was killed in Syria. Now they are being put to the test once more as half of the family's refugee status in Denmark is being revoked. Where can they go from here?
VivaTech - 'hybrid conference' offers window into French innovation
Vivatech, known as Europe's biggest start-up and tech event, runs from the 16th to the 19th of June. Euronews caught up with some of the biggest names attending to discuss green tech, the pandemic and digital transition.
'Psychic' Thai lion predicts weekend's Euro games
Move over Paul the Octopus, Thailand has a new claimant to the football forecasting crown: Boy the "psychic" lion, who has so far correctly called four Euro 2020 matches.
A guide to some of the most off the beaten track bars in the world
These are some of the world’s most remote bars and pubs, from Antarctica to Hong Kong.
Is big tech out of control? Cédric O says more regulation is needed
France's digital economy minister Cédric O said big tech companies were forming an "oligopoly" that was bad for democracy.
Pardons are 'only a first step' to a deal with Spain: Catalan leader
Pere Aragonès, the recently-elected president of Catalonia, tells Euronews that his government is ready to open a new chapter with Madrid and Brussels.
Top medical adviser says 'no fans' safest for Tokyo Olympics
Fans from abroad were banned several months ago, and organisers are to announce early next week if some local fans should be allowed.
Europe’s regulators must ban ‘abortion pill reversal’ | View
"I was truly startled when our team discovered that, in at least eight European countries, activists are providing women with a ‘treatment’ based on pseudo-science under the nose of regulators."
The Cuban DIY hawk drone defying the odds and the US embargo
Using a garage workshop and scrap materials, a team of eight Cuban drone designers is putting their ingenuity to the test.
The dumped munitions in our oceans causing serious pollution
During the course of the 20th century, many countries routinely dumped munitions of all kinds and chemical weapons into the ocean to get rid of them. Today they are decaying and causing untold harm to the marine environment and human life.
Skunk water used against Palestinian protesters
Israeli police used a water cannon spraying skunk water to disperse Palestinian protesters from Damascus Gate in east Jerusalem on Thursday, the epicenter of weeks of protests and clashes with police in the run-up to the Gaza war.
Elderly people fully vaccinated have fun at care home`s music festival
At this care home in Lleida all its residents are finally fully vaccinated against the coronavirus and that, they say, deserves a good party or a music festival.
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Europe's week: Biden in Brussels & Von der Leyen's recovery plan tour
The US President was in the Belgian capital this week for a NATO and EU-US summit.
AstraZeneca ordered to deliver millions of COVID vaccine doses to EU
Brussels and AstraZeneca both claim victory in court battle over COVID-19 vaccine deliveries
Migrant tragedy: 3 dead, 4 missing as boat capsizes off Spain
The boat was approaching the shore of Órzola on the island of Lanzarote on Thursday night when it flipped a few metres from land, throwing the passengers into the water
Montenegro minister ousted over Srebrenica genocide denial
Montenegro's parliament voted to sack the country's justice minister for expressing doubts about the genocide in Srebrenica during the Bosnian War.
Spain follows France in lifting outdoor face mask rules
The requirement came into force in May 2020 and will be lifted on June 26.
French regional elections matter more than you think. Here is why
The far-right could capture the presidency of at least one French region for the first time, less than one year before France's presidential election.
EU confirms COVID travel restrictions should be lifted on US visitors
In addition to the US, EU representatives added five other countries -- North Macedonia, Albania, Serbia, Lebanon and Taiwan -- to the tourist travel list.
Armenia's Nikol Pashinyan is fighting for his political life. Why?
He led Armenia's Velvet Revolution in 2018, now some voters won't even shake his hand. What happened to Armenia's Nikol Pashinyan?
Moscow closes EURO 2020 fan zone as it battles COVID-19 surge
More than 9,050 COVID-19 cases were observed in Moscow, authorities announced on Friday — the highest daily tally observed in the Russian capital since the beginning of the pandemic.
Incumbent PM wins Armenian legislative ballot but opposition contests
Fewer than 50 per cent of the electorate took part in a vote that embattled Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan hoped would win him a "mandate of steel".
Greek pilot has confessed to killing his British wife, say police
A Greek pilot who initially claimed his wife had been killed by robbers during a dramatic home invasion has now confessed to her murder, say police.
Old wind turbines are being reborn as bridges in Ireland
Decommissioned wind turbine blades are a recycling nightmare, inspiring inventive solutions like turning them into bridges.