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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Work-life balance: Will the future of work be remote?
Some people love it, others hate it, but one thing is certain, working from home might be a COVID-19 trend that is here to stay. Some experts are now calling on companies to create conditions for hybrid working models.
Jailed Belarus journalist needs urgent hospital care, says press union
Andrei Skurko was arrested earlier this month when authorities raided prominent Nasha Niva newspaper. He has reportedly been infected with COVID-19 while in detention.
Towards 'total freedom': Portugal eases COVID-19 restrictions
As COVID-19 indicators improve, Portugal plans to relax pandemic measures introduced last month to curb the fast-spreading Delta variant, including localised curfews.
Hungary and Poland 'not the only nations found wanting on LGBT rights'
Hungary and Poland are not the only European countries found wanting when it comes to LGBT rights, it's been claimed.
Palestinians, Israeli troops clash after funeral
Palestinian protesters and Israeli troops clashed on Thursday following the funeral of a child believed killed by army fire the previous day in the occupied West Bank. A Palestinian was critically injured in the violence
Rare snowfall in Brazil after southern cold snap
A fierce cold snap prompted snowfall in southern Brazil on Wednesday night. More than 30 cities in Rio Grande do Sul state registered the phenomenon, according to weather forecast company Somar Metereologia
A majority want working from home to continue, new survey finds
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Facebook has mishandled hate speech content, says German court
A German federal court has criticised how Facebook has moderated hate speech content that violates their policies.
Defrocked cardinal McCarrick charged with sexually assaulting boy
Theodore McCarrick, who was defrocked by Pope Francis over the sexual molestation of children and adults, has been charged with sexually assaulting a teenage boy in the 1970s.
Mussels mafia? Italy arrests 18 for 'harvesting protected shellfish'
The group allegedly destroyed limestone formations with hammers to extract the molluscs, which can sell for as much as €200 per kilo on the black market.
Yuja Wang embraces Mozart’s darker piano concerto
Yuja Wang expertly performs Mozart's restless, gloomy and dramatic Piano Concerto in D minor at the third edition of the Riga Jurmala Music Festival.
Malta 'responsible' for murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
The probe said that Maltese authorities had created a "culture of impunity" that led to her killing.
'Infuriating': British expats in France slam UK's quarantine decision
The mandatory 10 day quarantine makes it almost impossible for British expats based in France to visit their families at home.
Puppet of young Syrian refugee embarks on 5,000-mile journey
A 12-foot-tall puppet of a young Syrian refugee has embarked on a 5,000-mile journey expected to span eight countries. The aim of 'Little Amal's' transcontinental trip is to bring awareness to the refugee crisis and the plight of millions of displaced children around the world
The best places for beginners to learn to surf
If one of Tokyo 2020’s ‘new sports on the block’ has inspired you to pick up a board, head to one of these spots first.
Hillsborough's 97th victim dies 32 years on from football disaster
Andrew Devine died, aged 55, in a Liverpool hospital on Tuesday.
AstraZeneca and Pfizer COVID vaccines have 'similar' blood clot risk
Researchers in Barcelona found both jabs carried a similarly low risk of blood clots, while people infected with COVID-19 were much more likely to develop them.
Joe Biden pledges support for Belarusians after Tsikhanouskaya visit
US President Joe Biden has spoken of his support for Belarusian pro-democracy forces after a White House meeting with the country's main opposition leader, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya.
Croatia celebrates as €420m bridge on Adriatic coast nears completion
It will connect Dubrovnik with the rest of the country and allow north-south travellers to avoid going through Bosnia.
Get lost in nature in this immersive Japanese art exhibition
Surround yourself with nature in this stunning light and projection exhibition on the Japanese island of Kyushu.
Is Earth Overshoot Day earlier or later than usual this year?
The day that the Earth's human population uses more resources than it can produce is here.
Poland: Media freedom fears as TVN24's licence extension is suspended
Poland's National Broadcasting Council has suspended the extension of the licence of the independent TVN24 television channel prompting fears over independent media in the country.
Cargo ship that blocked Suez Canal finally arrives in Rotterdam
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How Frontex became the most contentious EU agency
The EU's external border agency is facing the most serious crisis of confidence in its history just as it prepares to expand its mandate, budget and personnel.
Hackers stole €230k by emptying cashpoints across Europe, say police
The hackers, both from Belarus, connected electronic devices to cash machines to get them to release thousands of euros.
Sydney zoo celebrates newest addition to koala pack
WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo is celebrating the arrival of its fifth koala joey this season, a little boy weighing just over 300g, and is asking the public for help to name the cute furry baby
7 influencers teaching their followers how to travel more sustainably
These travellers are making their journeys more sustainable in little ways and sharing it with their followers.
Berlin-bound train partly derails in Poland; 8 injured
Two cars fo the train derailed when the train hit the truck in Kolbaskowo, a village on Poland’s border with Germany.
UK defends France quarantine decision amid row with Paris
The UK transport minister says the beta variant has been a concern not just in French overseas territories but also in parts of mainland France.
Officials in Tokyo alarmed as COVID cases hit record highs
Tokyo reported 3,177 new cases on Wednesday, up from 2,848 on Tuesday, setting an all-time high and exceeding 3,000 for the first time.