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Ex-Albanian police officer jailed for killing that sparked protests
A former Albanian police officer was given a 10-year sentence for fatally shooting a man during a COVID-19 curfew patrol in December.
Northern Ireland: UK plans to end prosecutions for 'Troubles' crimes
The government says the move reflects the poor chances of successfully prosecuting decades-old crimes, but families of people killed in the violence have called the plan a betrayal.
South Africa combats unrest after ex-leader Jacob Zuma's imprisonment
Dozens have died and more than 1,200 have been arrested amid weeklong unrest and looting sparked by the jailing last week of ex-President Jacob Zuma.
Spain's first national lockdown order was unconstitutional, says court
Spain’s Constitutional Court has that last spring’s lockdown order by the government under a state of emergency was unconstitutional.
Two doses of vaccine needed to protect against Delta variant, says EMA
The European Medicines Agency says two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine are needed to protect against the more contagious Delta variant.
Spanish TikTok influencer sued over unprotected sex claims
Spanish authorities say they have "sued" TikTok influencer Naim Darrechi over claims he deceived women before having unprotected sex.
Protests in France over bid to restrict those without both COVID jabs
Police used tear gas in several French cities to disperse the demonstrations.
'Devastating': Crops left to rot in England as Brexit begins to bite
Brexit -- the effects of which kicked in at the start of the year -- means hiring migrant pickers from eastern Europe is now much harder.
No more quarantine-free travel from the Balearic Islands to the UK
The Balearic Islands have been added to the UK's amber list, while Bulgaria, Croatia and Hong Kong have joined the green.
This new ‘smart fabric’ can keep you cool during a heatwave
Tiny particles of reflective material could be used to manufacture clothing that keeps people comfortable in high temperatures.
Dubai breaks world record for deepest pool
Deep Dive Dubai is the deepest pool in the world and it is expected to open at the end of July. At a depth of just over 60 metres, the inside diving experience is being revolutionised with underwater habitats, cameras, speakers and courses for every level.
Activists call on Merkel, Biden for jab patents' end
An advocacy group has called on German Chancellor Angela Merkel and US President Joe Biden to waive COVID-19 vaccine patents.
Moldova's Sandu: 'We have all tools' to reform after election win
Moldova's president speaks to Euronews three days after she won a huge mandate in Moldova's parliamentary election.
The 6 coolest destinations for stand-up paddle boarding in Europe
Fancy seeing the sites from the water? Stand-up paddle boarding might be the perfect mode of transport for your next holiday.
Heavy rainfall in Liège causes flash floods after river bursts banks
In Mery, near Esneux, cars were swept away by flood water, as the wider province of Liege was placed under a 'red' alert level.
Man convicted of stabbing several people in Sweden knife attack
A 22-year-old Afghan refugee has been sentenced to life imprisonment for stabbing and injuring several people in Vetlanda in March.
Carrot or stick? Which is best at pushing Europeans to get vaccinated?
Some countries are now requiring health passes to access restaurants and travel in an effort to push citizens to get COVID-19 jabs.
What are community fridges and how are they tackling food insecurity?
Community fridges, where local residents come together to share supplies, have become a vital resource around the world during the coronavirus crisis.
Swedish rappers jailed for kidnapping in major organised crime trial
The well-known rapper Yasin has been convicted of involvement in a plot to kidnap a rival musician in 2020. Another rapper Haval, was also found guilty.
Everything you need to know about the ECB’s new e-euro
The European Central Bank has grand plans to create a digital version of the euro to rival Bitcoin and government-backed cryptocurrencies. Is there any space left for it?
These are the 4 countries offering COVID-19 vaccines to tourists
Countries outside Europe are planning to reconnect with tourists by offering them the COVID-19 vaccine as a perk of their stay.
Protesters hold 'flash mob' rally in Yangon
Demonstrators protesting against the military takeover of Myanmar held a quick march before dispersing on Wednesday in Yangon, the country's largest city.
Italy to ban cruise ships from Venice to prevent the city from sinking
The decision comes days before a UNESCO meeting which is proposing that Venice be added to the list of endangered heritage sites.
Russia rejects European court order to recognise same-sex unions
Russian authorities have dismissed a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights that same-sex unions should be acknowledged.
EU wants to tax aviation fuel and phase out polluting cars by 2035
Brussels has announced a range of new laws to help reduce carbon emissions.
In Lithuania, a surge of migrants provokes both fear and compassion
“They come here for a better life. As a Christian, I believe we should help them,” said resident Kazimir Mikulevic.
Activists detained amid raids at human rights NGOs in Belarus
The Viasna human rights centre has stated that Belarusian security forces have searched its offices and arrested several activists.
Small town in North California devastated by wildfire
Beverly Houdyshell returned to her home this week in a small Northern California town to find nothing but ashes and debris.
Putin and Kerry discuss climate change in phone call from the Kremlin
Putin told US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, Kerry, that dialogue on the climate should not be politicised, according to the Kremlin this week.
Pope Francis leaves hospital 10 days after colon surgery
Pope Francis was seen leaving the hospital on Wednesday, 10 days after undergoing planned surgery to remove half his colon.