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Europe's week: Vaccination drive and flood cleanup continues
The European Commission announced on Wednesday that 70% of people had been vaccinated with at least one dose.
US mission in Russia 'forced' to let go of over 200 staff
Moscow banned the US from hiring or contracting any non-American staff at its diplomatic facilities in the country.
Blue Origin protest over SpaceX's lunar lander NASA contract rejected
The Blue Origin founder said NASA was required to make multiple awards after Elon Musk's SpaceX was awarded a €2.5 billion contract.
Czech workers given extra holiday for having COVID jab
Fully vaccinated Czech state workers will be able to claim an additional two days in paid holiday before the end of the year, the Prime Minister has announced.
Armed robbers steal jewellery and €400k from Paris boutique
Two men have stolen an estimated €2 million from a Dinh Van boutique in central Paris.
EU diplomats show support for French father over Tokyo hunger strike
Vincent Fichot ended his three-week hunger strike in Tokyo on Friday, demanding access to his two children who he claims have been abducted by his separated Japanese wife.
EU and Cuba clash after Brussels slams arrest of protesters
Cuba's foreign minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla says he "strongly rejects" a statement by the EU criticising his country.
Several injured after Belgrade to Stockholm bus crashes near Berlin
Nineteen people have been injured, nine of them seriously, after a bus en route from Belgrade to Stockholm crashed in Germany.
Poland's president changes tune on judicial reform amid row with EU
“Everything indicates that legislative changes will be needed,” President Duda said after a top Polish judge urged him to bring the country's controversial judicial reform into line with EU law.
One worker dead and six injured after chemical factory fire in Russia
One worker has died and six others are injured after a fire at the Kamenski chemical factory in Russia's Rostov region.
Multi-billion Rio Tinto mining project sparks protests in Serbia
“This project is a danger for our waters, our land, and our future,” said Nebojsa Zelenovic of NGO Action.
Merkel successor hopeful Armin Laschet apologises for book plagiarism
CDU leadership candidate Armin Laschet admitted that he had failed to credit a source in a 2009 book he wrote about immigration.
Condom used to repair canoe at Tokyo Olympics
Australian canoeist Jessica Fox found a perfectly stretchy, waterproof material for a boat repair at the Tokyo Olympics: a condom.
This playground uses a microclimate to let children breathe clean air
There is now so much air pollution that structures are being created purely so that children can play safely.
How to save a decimated town: The struggle for Belgium's Doel
A struggle of over 20 years between locals and governments about the fate of the Flemish town of Doel could soon come to an end.
Bulgaria's President pushes for government talks to avoid 3rd election
Bulgaria's President Ruman Radev had urged parties to hold coalition talks to avoid a third parliamentary election.
EU funds for African IDs: migration regulation tool or data risk?
More people in Africa cannot prove their identity than anywhere else in the world. EU funding is changing that to fight illegal migration — but data protection is a worry
A hotbed of squalor and torture, Libya's detention centres are closing
The country's provisional government says it wants to end lawlessness in the camps, but migrants still dream of a life in Europe.
Is there a way out of the Northern Ireland Protocol stalemate?
EU-UK talks to solve their post-Brexit trade spat over Northern Ireland have reached an impasse. With both sides digging their heels in, what are the options going forward?
Mugham, the unique Azerbaijani musical tradition handed down over generations
No form of music is more defining of Azerbaijani culture than Mugham, a centuries-old tradition drawing on folklore and oral history. Discover the master craftsmen and talented musicians keeping the tradition alive.
'Devastating beyond words': Remains of missing hiker found in France
Bones found in the French Pyrenees last week belong to missing UK hiker Esther Dingley, her family has confirmed.
Which European countries are best to be in if society collapses?
New Zealand came out on top, with the Australian island of Tasmania rounding out the top five.
Paris moves hundreds of homeless people from central square
They will be temporarily housed in gymnasiums. The Paris town hall is calling on the government to provide a "lasting solution".
Eurovision winning Italian rock band Maneskin honoured by the mayor of Rome
Eurovision winning Italian rock band Maneskin have been honoured by the mayor of Rome. The four members were given a small replica of Lupa, the she-wolf who as legend has it nursed and sheltered the twins Romulus and Remus and became a symbol of the city.
Two Europeans killed in incident on board oil tanker off Oman coast
Two Europeans have died after an incident off the Oman coast on board the oil tanker Mercer Street, the ship's owners have confirmed.
Carles Puigdemont loses appeal against loss of MEP immunity
The European Court of Justice said there was no reason why Puigdemont could not face extradition and trial in Spain.
Japanese city transforms agricultural land into works of art
The Gyoda city transforms rice fields into art by planting different colours of rice plants
Climate data could be key for preserving our cultural treasures
Equipping heritage managers, governments and the public with the right data will help conserve our past.
Defendant bids to oust Kosovo war crimes judges in new blow for court
The move deals another blow to the controversial court, seen by many Albanian Kosovars as an insult to the Kosovo Liberation Army's war against Serb rule.
Anti-virus pass demo invades Italian Parliament
The demonstration was organised by members of Italy's right-wing political party. They held printed signs saying "NO GREEN PASS".