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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Ukraine and Poland slam deal to complete Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline
It comes after Germany and the United States announced a deal to allow the completion of Nord Stream 2.
Norway prepares to mark 10th anniversary of Utoya massacre
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven and Astrid Hoem, leader of the Norwegian Labour Party's youth wing, laid flowers on Wednesday at a memorial to the 69 mostly teenaged victims of the terror attack.
Greece: Police break up protesters against new vaccine law
About 1,500 demonstrators gathered in Syntagma square as the Greek government introduced a new bill to make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for care home staff.
British man arrested in Spain over high-profile Twitter hack
A British man was arrested in Spain over his alleged role in the high-profile Twitter hack last summer that targeted US politicians, celebrities and tech moguls.
Councillor for Italy's far-right League party shoots dead man
A councillor for Italy's far-right League has been placed under house arrest on suspicion of fatally shooting a man in a public square.
Racist murder memorial defaced as Norway remembers far-right massacre
Norway's PM said she was "sad and furious" about the vandalism.
Brussels announces 'breakthrough' on migrants' hunger strike
A number of migrants on hunger strike since May 23 were wheeled out of the Church of St. John the Baptist on Wednesday after the deal was announced.
How were these seven animals successfully reintroduced to the wild?
A deep dive inside some of the world’s most remarkable examples of species repopulation.
Guards freed after hostage-taking by inmates at Swedish prison
Two inmates broke into a staff room and are holding two guards hostage, demanding a helicopter and 20 pizzas.
Fake wine, diluted honey and horse meat seized in European crackdown
Police in 26 EU member states seized 15.4 tonnes of sub-par food and 1.7 million litres of counterfeit booze from alleged criminal gangs.
EU rejects renegotiating post-Brexit trade rules in Northern Ireland
The UK wants a major rewrite of the rules. “Put very simply, we cannot go on as we are,” Brexit minister David Frost said on Wednesday in the House of Lords.
Football For Friendship raises environmental awareness whilst breaking records
Since its launch in 2013, Football for Friendship has united thousands of children from all over the world whilst promoting essential human values and now it's also turning to environmental protection.
Italian cartoonist Gio is the big winner at the World Press Cartoon 2021
The 15th edition of the World Press Cartoon is underway in Caldas Da Rainha. It’s home to a world of graphic humour and it showcases the best of caricatures and humoristic and editorial cartoons.
From gig economy to WFH — these trends are changing the future of jobs
The job market is changing. Employees are increasingly looking for more flexible hours, varied contracts and different salaries. Working from home and the gig economy are helping people achieve these goals. We speak to specialists in the job field to see what the future for employment holds.
9 magical European cities you don't have to fly to
These cities can all be accessed from Paris via rail, without ever having to step foot on a plane.
Chatbots' online takeover still some way off, according to new study
The German university’s study found that users’ negative reactions to unknowingly interacting with chatbots rose according to how critical they deemed the service query.
NBA Finals MVP Antetokounmpo celebrated back home in Greece
The "Greek Freak" finished with 50 points, 14 rebounds, and five blocked shots as he was named the NBA Finals "Most Valuable Player".
UK border staff not checking COVID tests for green and amber arrivals
UK border officers have been instructed to stop routinely checking whether travellers arriving from countries listed as green or amber have tested negative for COVID-19, in a bid to cut waiting times at airports.
Police chase car crash
The Florida Highway Patrol released video on Tuesday, July 20, showing a high-speed car chase on a Florida highway come to a dramatic end as the SUV being pursued by police hits two other cars and then a guard rail before flipping over.
Olympic characters face stiff competition in mascot-mad Japan
Tokyo 2020's cutesy Olympic mascots are plastered across the host city, but they have competition in mascot-mad Japan, where cuddly characters promote everything from prisons to health screenings.
Army helicopters fight forest fires in northwestern Russia
Russian defence ministry images show military helicopters helping to tackle forest fires in the Republic of Karelia in northwestern Russia, dropping 26 metric tons of water on the most active fires.
Deadly Floods in China
Deadly Floods in China
Teenager arrested after electricity cut at French vaccination centre
A teenager has been arrested in the French investigation into the intentional power cut that affected a vaccination centre in Audincourt.
Breivik attack: 10 years on, has Norway tackled its far-right problem?
Survivors and experts say that hate speech and the far-right ideology that inspired the massacre of 77 people still prosper.
Brexit and COVID combine to leave supermarket shelves empty in the UK
Because of Brexit, new drivers from Europe can no longer come to work in the UK as easily as before. Many went home during the COVID pandemic and have not returned.
How can Europe’s start-ups rise above the post-COVID economic crisis?
Europe’s start-ups are having a moment. The green, digital future looks promising, KPMG France’s chairman tells Euronews Next.
Expert view: How the Delta variant has 'changed the game' in Europe
Euronews speaks to experts to understand the current health context in Europe.
France now in 4th wave of COVID due to Delta cases soaring, says PM
Daily cases soared to 18,000 on Tuesday and Castex claimed 96% of these infections were in unvaccinated people.
Ten people injured after gun fired at seaside nightclub in Italy
Ten people suffered minor injuries after a gun was fired at a seaside nightclub in Taranto, southern Italy.
Six Polish Olympic swimmers sent home after administrative error
"Imagine dedicating five years of your life and striving for another start at the most important sporting event, giving up your private life and work, sacrificing your family and your dedication results in a total flop."