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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Germany's Merkel vows party will fight as polls worsen
Merkel's Union bloc has been sagging in polls for weeks.
Afghan crisis shows the Balkans is a geopolitical backwater | View
"Sadly, the Afghan episode does not offer any geopolitical wisdom or policy prescriptions for the Balkans and the people living there. It is just a painful acknowledgement that the region remains a geopolitical backwater on the Western periphery."
Ukraine 'has very significant international support' over Crimea
It comes as Ukraine marked 30 years since it decided to leave the Soviet Union.
Fireworks mark start of Tokyo2020 Paralympic Games
Fireworks light up the sky above Tokyo's National Stadium as the postponed Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games kick off, with people gathering outside the stadium, hoping to taste the atmosphere despite being locked out.
'Credible reports' of Taliban executing civilians, says UN
Michelle Bachelet, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said on Tuesday her office had received “harrowing and credible” reports of human rights abuses by the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Germany: SPD ahead of Merkel's CDU in polls for first time in 15 years
The change comes just a month before the country's federal election.
Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has died aged 80, says his agent
The Rolling Stones' drummer Charlie Watts died on Tuesday in London at the age of 80, his agent Bernard Doherty said, lamenting the death of "one of the greatest drummers of his generation".
London’s Changing of the Guards is back after an 18 month hiatus
After it was forced to stop due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace has finally resumed.
These robots are making the workplace more inclusive for humans
At Tokyo’s new Dawn café, robots whizz around taking orders. But rather than AI, they are powered by humans thousands of kilometres away.
Lithuania challenged on migration law changes amid Belarus border row
The Council of Europe says the changes "remove, in the case of an emergency situation, significant safeguards in the asylum procedure".
Ukraine celebrates 30th independence anniversary with military parade
Ukraine celebrates the 30th anniversary of its independence with a military parade, a day after Kyiv and its Western allies agreed to work towards "peacefully" ending Russia's "occupation" of Crimea in a summit that sparked anger in Moscow.
The Black Sea predators helping local fishing communities thrive
The invasive veined Rapa whelk has devastated bottom-dwelling populations of the Black Sea. This predator may threaten coastal waters all around Europe whilst also offering valuable employment in countries like Bulgaria, Romania and more.
Cooperation and joint action help to ensure the health of the Black Sea
BlackSea4Fish is a project contributing to the sustainable management of Black Sea fisheries by providing scientific and technical support to the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean. Its project coordinator tells euronews about its groundbreaking studies.
Ukrainian independence at 30: is an identity its greatest triumph?
“People didn’t feel like Ukrainians. They didn’t have their own identity, but this situation is changing. You can see that people are becoming aware of the fact, that they are one nation. Maybe the war in the East is the reason that they embraced their identity," one onlooker tells Euronews.
Here's how EA is making gaming more inclusive of disabilities
EA said it would no longer sue developers for using five accessibility innovations it patented, effectively making them free to use.
India builds 25m high 'smog tower' to tackle air pollution crisis
New Delhi has some of the worst air pollution in the world and this huge tower of fans could help.
Nicole Kidman spotted filming a new movie at Hong Kong's night market.
Hollywood star Nicole Kidman was spotted in Hong Kong filming a new TV series after a recent backlash over having quarantine exemption to work in the city. Kidman, who reportedly flew to Hong Kong from Sydney, was spotted in the city's famous Fa Yuen street, known for its night market.
Afghan author: 'The only thing the Taliban have learned is how to lie'
Exiled Afghan writer and activist Nadia Ghulam on evacuations, life under the Taliban and a decade forced to live as a man.
Italy pays tribute to victims five years after Amatrice earthquake
Mario Draghi has vowed to accelerate reconstruction efforts in central Italy, five years after a devastating earthquake killed nearly 300 people.
French PM Castex meets Afghan refugees and vows to protect vulnerable
"The Taliban will go and hunt our families, especially those who have a strong link with Western countries," one evacuee told French PM Castex.
Microsoft software breach makes millions of users’ data vulnerable
Some 38 million pieces of personal data and information were badly kept due to a configuration defect in a software.
Record number of migrants cross English Channel in a single day
The UK Home Office says more than 800 migrants crossed the English Channel on Saturday, a new record for a single day.
Afghan refugees in Indonesia denounce Taliban
Hundreds of Afghan refugees living in Indonesia held a rally condemning the Taliban's takeover of their country and calling for resettlement in third countries. The protestors were mostly members of the Hazara ethnic minority.
RAF flies over 130 evacuees from Kabul airport
More than 130 evacuees boarded a British military cargo plane leaving Kabul airport for refuge in the UK from Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.
Confusion in Kyiv amid claims Kabul evacuation plane was 'hijacked'
Ukraine's deputy foreign minister claimed an aircraft was "de facto hijacked" from Kabul airport before heading to Iran.
French backs COVID booster jab initiative for those 65 and older
France’s health minister announced the COVID-19 vaccine booster campaign on Monday, and now France’s national health body has backed the plan.
Afghan evacuee convicted for leaving surveillance in France
One of the five Afghans placed under watch after being repatriated to France has been convicted of leaving surveillance, the French government has announced.
Seven people treated after a suspected poisoning in Germany
“We are shocked by the apparent crime that took place at our university,” the university's president, Tanja Bruehl, said in a statement.
How will Europe decide on Afghan refugee policy?
Catherine Woollard, Director of the European Council on Refugees and Exiles, said the EU is doing well on evacuating and providing safe routes for people who've worked for the international community. But that's not the full story...
Ukrainian-born Igor Vovkovinskiy, tallest man in the US, dies at 38
Igor Vovkovinskiy, who was the tallest man in the United States, died of heart disease on Friday in Minnesota, his family said.