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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Taliban celebrate as last US troops exit Afghanistan
Celebratory gunfire erupted across the Afghan capital after the last US soldiers flew out following 20 years of war.
Poland's top court delays case on whether EU or Polish law is superior
The ruling on whether EU or Polish law reigns supreme will be critical to Poland's future relationship with the rest of the bloc.
German train drivers signal new strike over pay and working conditions
The union's demands include better working conditions, a 3.2% salary increase and a one-time "coronavirus bonus" of €600.
Afghans in Belgium hope Taliban takeover will help their asylum cause
Euronews meets with Afghans living in Brussels. While some have obtained citizenship, others are undocumented and now hope that the situation in Afghanistan will force authorities to reconsider their asylum claims.
Police drag activists out of court in Poland
A group of pro-democracy activists in Poland entered the grounds of the country's constitutional court in an act of civil disobedience Monday, on the eve of an expected court ruling critical to the country's future relationship with the rest of the European Union
Distrust & disinformation have left Latvia lagging on vaccine rollout
More than two-thirds of EU adults have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. In Latvia, that figure is 45.5%
Activists target Poland's constitutional court ahead of crucial ruling
Judges are set to decide on Tuesday whether Poland's own constitution has primacy over EU law.
Estonia fails to elect President after rejecting sole candidate
Estonia’s Parliament on Monday failed to elect a new president to the Baltic country after lawmakers rejected the only candidate in the first round of voting.
The European project helping to reduce the impact of flooding in Slovenia
In the last decade, Slovenia has experienced reoccurring floods. But since 2014, the basin of the Drava River and its tributaries have benefited from a European project involving the dredging, widening and containment of these rivers to protect and strengthen the surrounding areas.
Rare snowfall in South Africa caused by a cold front
People enjoy the snow after unusually heavy snowfalls in the mountains and highlands close to the town of Ceres, about 180km from Cape Town
Kids in China can now play online games for just 3 hours a week
The strict time limits mean under-18s will be limited to playing for just an hour a day on Fridays and weekends.
Paris cuts its speed limit to 30 kph in bid to protect climate
Polls suggest most Parisians support the idea.
Milan building fire 'reminiscent' of Grenfell disaster, officials say
Italian firefighters said they were continuing to search a 20-story apartment building in Milan that was destroyed by fire, but said that there was no indication that anyone was missing inside.
Afghans would view troops staying as 'continuation of invasion'
If any Western troops stay in Afghanistan it will be considered "a continuation of the invasion", a spokesman for the Taliban has told Euronews.
Mount Etna spews lava, plumes of ash in Sicily
The activity of Europe's largest active volcano caused ash and lapillus to fall on some villages on the slopes of the volcano, according to the Catania Institute for Geophysics and Volcanology
EU countries advised to reintroduce restrictions on US travellers
The Delta variant is sending infections and hospitalisations soaring. The US is now registering more than 1,000 new cases per day, the highest level since March.
Greek police fire tear gas as 7,000 protest vaccine rules in Athens
Around 7,000 people protested in Athens on Sunday against a new rule obliging health workers to get vaccinated against Covid-19, said police who fired teargas to quell violence among the demonstrators
Vulnerable can get 3rd jab as Europe face 'worrying' COVID surge: WHO
A further 236,000 people could lose their lives to the pandemic across Europe by December 1, the World Health Organization confirmed.
Poland detains activists for damaging barrier with Belarus
Polish authorities have erected a barrier along the border with Belarus to stop migrants from crossing in.
Woman in New Zealand dies from heart inflammation following Pfizer jab
The woman developed myocarditis — a known, rare side effect of mRNA COVID-19 vaccination.
Tokyo 2020 self-driving buses restart after hitting athlete
The self-driving bus service used to transport athletes and staff at the Tokyo 2020 Games was suspended after an accident injuring a visually-impaired Paralympian.
German election: Merkel's contender goes on the offensive in TV debate
Armin Laschet acknowledged the CDU-CSU's poor showing in the polls but sought to sell his party to Germans as the face of stability.
How to be more self-sufficient in the age of the climate crisis
Worried about your impact on the planet? Hayley Baddiley from Denby Pottery shares her tips on how to live more self sufficiently
UN adopts watered down resolution as rockets fired at Kabul airport
The UN Security Council resolution adopted on Monday urges the Taliban to enable "safe" departures from Afghanistan but doesn't cite the "safe zone" mentioned by French President Emmanuel Macron.
North Korea appears to have resumed nuclear nuke reactor operation
The UN's nuclear agency said indications that operations at a 5-megawatt reactor have restarted are "deeply troubling."
Hurricane Ida knocks out power in New Orleans, claims first life
Ida — a Category 4 storm — hit on the same date Hurricane Katrina ravaged Louisiana and Mississippi 16 years earlier.