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Aid group MSF 'horrified' as colleagues murdered in Ethiopia
Two Ethiopian MSF colleagues and one from Spain were found dead Friday, a day after colleagues lost contact with them while they were traveling.
French woman convicted of killing 'monster' abuser, set free
Valerie Bacot given a symbolic four-year prison sentence for killing her abusive husband
Chauvin sentenced to 22.5 years for murder of George Floyd
Hours before the hearing, Judge Peter Cahill denied Chauvin's motion for a new trial, saying his attorney failed to prove abuses from the court
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Guterres: 'Vaccinate everybody everywhere sooner rather than later'
In a wide-ranging interview with Euronews on the pandemic, climate, migration and violence against women, UN secretary general António Guterres made a case for strengthening international institutions and the multilateral framework. It's either a breakdown or a breakthrough, he said.
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Europe's week: Hungary's LGBT law dominates agenda
Last week, the Hungarian parliament passed a new law that bans the portrayal of homosexuality and sex reassignment in school education material and TV programmes addressed to people under 18 years of age.
German police: Three people killed in knife attack in Würzburg
Police said the attacker was arrested after an officer used a firearm against him
McAfee's wife orders 'thorough investigation' into his death
“His last words to me were ‘I love you and I will call you in the evening,’” Janice McAfee told reporters outside the Brians 2 prison
Recycling turbine blades: the Achilles heel of wind power
In this episode of Unreported Europe, Monica Pinna investigates the latest controversy engulfing the wind power sector - - the recycling of turbine blades. We’re looking at how the market and researchers are pushing for higher sustainability. That's coming up on Unreported Europe
Tel Aviv Pride returns after Covid cancellation
Thousands attend the first Tel Aviv pride event since before the Covid pandemic even as officials urged marchers to wear masks amid a surge in infections
'Every organisation is evolving': How the corporate world is changing
We speak with Sony's Tiffany Warren about what it was like climbing to the top of corporate American as a woman of colour.
6 of the best destinations for animal lovers
These six locations are great for travellers who want to incorporate animals and wildlife into their visit.
Coastal cities are on the 'frontline' of the climate crisis
A draft of a UN report has gathered crucial research on the devastating impact climate change will have on millions of people living in coastal cities.
Delta or Delta Plus? What's the variant putting Europe 'on thin ice'?
Delta variant COVID cases have risen by 46% in a week in the UK, while experts estimate 90% of all Europe's coronavirus cases will be the Delta variety by the end of August.
250 homeless foreigners camp in front of Paris City Hall
Homeless migrants sit in tents installed a day before during an action organised by French association Utopia56 in front of the City Hall in Paris, on June 25, 2021, to highlight the plight of the homeless in central Paris
Czech documentary film highlights the scale of online grooming
The makers of "Caught in the Net" created three fake profiles of young girls to try and expose sexual predators and their online tactics.
Britain's health minister broke his own COVID-19 rules by hugging aide
The Sun tabloid newspaper ran pictures of Matt Hancock embracing a woman, before COVID rules allowed it
German police officers saved from burning car by passing students
German police said four students walking home from their school graduation ceremony in the early hours Friday helped rescue two police officers from a burning patrol car in Bochum.
Prospering in the pandemic: getting the financial help your firm needs to flourish
Business Planet heads to Finland to see how one business is blooming after it got the help it needed to weather the COVID storm.
Man found dead after setting off explosives in Danish town hall
Police investigating a break-in at Middelfart town hall on Friday say a male suspect has been found dead.
Will European workers take mandatory COVID jabs lying down?
As US banks demand that staff are fully COVID vaccinated before returning to the office, will European corporations follow suit?
Poland's conservatives formally lose majority in parliament
Three rebel lawmakers have left Poland's ruling Law and Justice party, leaving the conservatives two seats short of a majority in parliament.
Taliban fighters surrender weapons at government ceremony
Taliban fighters surrender their weapons at a ceremony organised by the Afghan government in the western city of Herat, as fighting intensifies between the insurgents and Kabul ahead of the withdrawal of US troops.
Abortion in Gibraltar: Voters say yes in referendum to ease strict law
Voters have endorsed legal changes to ease the ban on abortion in the British territory where restrictions are among the tightest in Europe.
Portuguese Chef José Avillez creates dishes inspired by Dior perfumes
Chef José Avillez has created several dishes inspired by some of the most popular Christian Dior fragrances.
France: Woman stands trial for murder of decades-long abuser husband
A mother-of-four is accused of killing her husband after decades of sexual, physical and psychological mistreatment, in a case that has highlighted long-held taboos around domestic abuse.
Vehicles, buildings wrecked in Czech Rep tornado
A rare tornado tore through the southeastern Czech Republic, killing at least three people and injuring hundreds, rescue services said on Friday
Hamster wheels and zip wires: How these kids plan to save the planet
A study has shown how the younger generation feel about climate change and what they would do to solve it if they had the power.
Belarus: Journalist Roman Protasevich moved from jail to house arrest
Opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya on Friday called moving Pratasevich and Sapega to house arrest “good news,” but stressed it is not the end. “House arrest is not freedom, they're still facing charges, their every step is still being watched"
A design-led city: The best of Lisbon's arty hotels and restaurants
What to do and where to stay in the Portugese city of turquoise, baby blue, pink, and tangerine.
6 books to satisfy your wanderlust this summer
Though travel may not be on the cards right now, you can still take a trip with any of these literary masterpieces.