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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Joe Biden: Decision to leave Afghanistan 'the right one for America'
In a defiant address the US President defended the US troops pullout despite the Taliban's takeover, saying that keeping a US presence in Afghanistan was no longer a US national security interest.
Polish appeals court dismisses complaint against Holocaust book
Judges stated that scholarly research should not be judged by the courts and overturned the ruling against the book's co-authors.
Belarusian activist sentenced, weeks after stabbing himself in court
Stsiapan Latypau was reportedly given an eight-a-and-half-year sentence after his trial resumed on Monday.
Europe's capitals scramble to evacuate nationals from Kabul airport
From Madrid to The Hague, via Paris, Bucharest, London... European governments have been trying to rescue their nationals from Kabul, and where possible help Afghans who worked for them.
One dead, one missing after flood sweeps away bridge in Germany
Rescuers are still searching for a missing person after a sudden flood swept away a bridge into a river in Bavaria's Valley of Hell, killing one woman.
Afghanistan in context: What's the background to today's crisis?
A look at Afghanistan's tumultuous history.
Meet the British student who flew to Afghanistan and is now stuck
Miles Routledge has been branded a 'disaster tourist' online for flying into Kabul last Friday, just days before the Taliban captured the city.
Fact check: French ambassador did not leave Afghan capital Kabul
Misleading rumours falsely suggested that France's Ambassador to Afghanistan had left Kabul, but he had instead moved the embassy's operations to the airport.
Study raises hopes of new hormone treatment for Alzheimer’s
A new study has found that a synthetic hormone can regulate a gene linked to neurodegenerative diseases.
COVID vaccine passports are a new international crisis in the making
As Europe rolls out COVID digital health IDs in the hope of getting back to normal, vaccine passports could leave developing countries left out.
Barcelona's debt now at '€1.35 billion', says club president
Barcelona's president Joan Laporta has presented a grim picture of the football club's financial situation, saying its debt had risen to €1.35 billion.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Former Bosnian Serb soldier convicted of war crimes
A former Bosnian Serb soldier and police officer has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for war crimes committed during the 1995-95 conflict.
Afghans cling to departing US military plane as desperation grows
Hundreds of people could be seen running alongside a U.S. Air Force transport plane before takeoff, in a widely shared video that captured the sense of desperation.
Tesla self-driving under investigation over US crashes
US authorities have opened a formal investigation into Tesla's Autopilot self-driving tech after crashes involving emergency vehicles.
Mysterious bacteria found in the Arctic can break down oil and diesel
Marine bacteria in the Canadian Arctic are capable of biodegrading diesel and oil, according to a new study.
Spain defends the return of unaccompanied child migrants to Morocco
Spain’s interior minister has defended sending unaccompanied child migrants back to Morocco and denied accusations by rights groups that the returns breach international law.
Will the Afghanistan crisis spark a refugee influx to Europe?
The question comes as the Taliban completed a rapid takeover of the country.
Chaos as thousands flee Afghanistan after Taliban takeover
Thousands of people packed into the Afghan capital's airport on Monday, rushing the tarmac and pushing onto planes in desperate attempts to flee the country after the Taliban overthrew the Western-backed government.
Azerbaijan's Gabala Music Festival returns after a year's hiatus
Held at the iconic Heydar Aliyev Congress Centre, orchestras performed for the first time in a year and a half after the pandemic put live music on pause.
'NATO's biggest debacle': Afghanistan troop withdrawals slammed
On Monday the head of Angela Merkel's conservative party and possible successor to the German chancellor called the pullout NATO's "biggest debacle" since its creation.
‘I cry with my heart’: Women journalists fear for future under Taliban
"We lost everything we achieved in these 20 years in a blink of an eye," a female journalist in Kabul told Euronews.
UK to check gun owners' social media after Plymouth shootings
British authorities announced the change in procedure following last week's mass shooting, the country's first in 10 years.
Heatwave protection: can new technology help Europe's most vulnerable?
Heatwaves are hitting Europe with a growing frequency and intensity. So public health authorities are looking at new ways to protect the most vulnerable from the extreme heat.
Eco-conscious students are protecting their future by refusing to fly
Erasmus by Train wants the EU to fund rail travel for students on one of the biggest academic exchange programmes in the world.
US responds to criticism of Afghanistan withdrawal
Critics of Joe Biden say his decision to withdraw has undone two decades of work in the country and jeopardised the safety of the Afghan people.
Afghanistan: Who are the leaders of the Taliban?
Little is known about the leadership of the militant group but here's a look at the four men at the top.
Haiti earthquake death toll rises to nearly 1,300
A 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Haiti on Saturday, with the epicenter 12 kilometres northeast of Saint-Louis du Sud, the US Geological Survey said.
At least 72 people killed in floods and mudslides in Turkey
The death toll from severe floods and mudslides in coastal Turkey has climbed to at least 72, the country's emergency and disaster agency said on Monday.
'I stand squarely behind' US troops pullout of Afghanistan, says Biden
The US President speaks out following Monday's scenes of panic at Kabul airport as thousands of desperate Afghans tried to secure a place on a flight out of the country.
Trudeau triggers Canadian election, voting day Sept. 20
Trudeau is hoping to capitalise on his government's successful vaccination campaign against COVID-19 to win a majority of seats in Parliament.