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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Biden hails 'extraordinary success' of Kabul evacuation amid criticism
Speaking from the White House, President Joe Biden defended the US pullout from Afghanistan as he faced criticism for his handling of the final evacuation.
Brussels must stand up to Poland and Hungary on rule of law, says MEP
Dutch liberal MEP Sophie in 't Veld told Euronews that action needs to be taken against Hungary and Poland before it is too late.
Russia failed to investigate activist's murder, says European court
The European Court of Human Rights has condemned Russia for "failing to properly investigate" the 2009 murder of human rights activist Natalia Estemirova.
Western Balkans cautious amid surge of COVID-19 infections
In southwestern Serbia, some school classes will be held online due to the high numbers of new coronavirus cases.
Milk, bread and... a COVID jab? Vaccines given at Belgian supermarket
Customers in Brussels can now receive a COVID-19 vaccine at several different stores in an effort to boost the vaccination rate in the Belgian capital.
Parana River water level drops to historic low
The Parana River, the tenth largest river basin in the world, is suffering its worst low in more than half a century, with experts unsure as to whether this owes to its natural cycle or to climate change.
Putin approves €170 bonus for police and military ahead of election
Critics say the move is designed to encourage the military to vote for Putin's ruling United Russia party ahead of next month's parliamentary election.
World's largest triceratops skeleton on display in Paris
"Big John", a 66-million-year-old triceratops measuring 8 metres, is displayed in a gallery in the Marais district of central Paris until 20 October, ahead of an auction the following day at the Hôtel Drouot.
Digital detox: These are the best places in the world to disconnect
These 10 destinations offer the chance to switch off in the age of the internet.
Belarus opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova faces 12 years in prison
Belarus' public prosecutor's office requested 12 years in prison for Maria Kolesnikova, one of the main figures of the opposition movement.
Poland wants state of emergency declared over Belarus border migrants
Poland's government has called for a state of emergency to be declared at the border with Belarus to tackle illegal migration.
Rare and expensive cars on show at festival in Russia
The annual "Autoculture" festival has taken place at the Museum-Estate "Arkhangelskoye" in Moscow region.
The end of a 'toxic era': The UN has completely banned leaded petrol
In a press conference yesterday, the UN announced it had been successful in completely halting the production of leaded petrol.
Estonian MPs elect Alar Karis as President at second attempt
Estonia’s parliament has elected the chief of a major national museum as their new president in the second round of voting.
Why Instagram could block you if you don’t tell it how old you are
Social media companies are rushing to meet the requirements of new UK rules that could hand them €20m fines if they fail to keep underage users safe
Iceland's football association resigns after sexual assault scandal
The Icelandic Football Association's entire executive committee has resigned after they were accused of covering up sexual assault allegations involving an international player.
Dutch coalition talks deadlocked 5 months after election
Two key parties said they do not want to form a new government with a pair of leftist parties.
Irish Football Association introduces equal pay for men and women
Ireland's Football Association announced on Monday that the men's and women's national teams will receive the same match fee.
Syrian oil spill threatens northern coast of Cyprus
The spill reportedly occurred after fuel leaked from a tank at the Baniyas Thermal Station.
Taliban take full control of Afghanistan airport
The Taliban took full control of Kabul International Airport on Tuesday after the last US plane left the airport, marking the end of the longest war in US history.
Ukraine's leader to talk with Biden on security, Russian gas
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has called Washington's failure to block the construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline to Germany a grave political error.
EU agrees to rely on Afghanistan's neighbours to avoid migrant crisis
The EU is keen to avoid a repeat of the 2015 migration crisis when more than one million migrants arrived at the bloc's external borders.
Hurricane Ida: flooded streets and destroyed homes at LaPlace in Louisiana
Flooded streets and destroyed homes at LaPlace, in Louisiana, after Hurricane Ida killed at least two people, stranded others in rising floodwaters.
Devastating wildfire in Northern California
A ferocious wildfire approached Lake Tahoe just hours after roads were clogged with fleeing cars when the entire California resort city of South Lake Tahoe was ordered to evacuate and communities just across the state line in Nevada were warned to get ready to leave.
Chempark factory blast in Germany likely caused by chemical reaction
An initial report into the explosion near Leverkusen in July has found that it was probably caused by a chemical reaction inside a waste storage tank.
EU should focus on 'bits and bytes' rather than 'concrete and steel'
COVID recovery packages should be directed towards those that can have the most impact in the fight against climate change.
Eurozone inflation rises to a 10-year high
The annual inflation rate in the 19 countries that use the euro currency jumped to a 10-year high of 3%, according to a flash estimate from the EU's statistics office Eurostat.
Why is this charity offering staff extra long lunch breaks?
Flexible working hours are being offered to volunteers and workers at one UK National Trust site that recorded extreme temperatures in 2019.
Big tech spends big money lobbying EU, new report shows
Tech industry giants outspent big pharma and fossil fuel companies trying to win influence and shape policy in Brussels, a new study has found.
As EU membership stalls, Balkan nations create their own mini-Schengen
From 2023 no one will stop you from Belgrade to Tirana, said Serbia's president, talking about plans for a "mini-Schengen" zone in the Balkans.