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German official receives hate mail after proposing tax tip-off scheme
A regional minister in Germany has received hate messages after proposing an anonymous portal where citizens can report potential tax evaders.
In Kabul, fear and apprehension as Taliban prepares to form government
Euronews' international affairs correspondent Anelise Borges is on the ground in Taliban-held Kabul speaking to residents about their expectations for the future.
Benigni wins lifetime achievement award at Venice Film Festival
The festival's artistic director Alberto Barbera praised Benigni saying few artists have his talent, comic timing, satire and huge acting ability.
Six men charged in Germany over 2019 Dresden museum heist
Searches have so far failed to find the missing jewels.
Wild boar 'invasion' in Rome suburb sees mayor sue local government
The animals are blamed for causing car crashes, attacking people and pets, as well as feasting on piles of uncollected rubbish.
Ida floods New York highways, people abandon cars
The remnants of Hurricane Ida has dumped historic rain over New York City and New Jersey
Brussels working on fresh sanctions against Belarus over migrants
The European Commission confirmed to MEPs that new measures targetting the Lukashenko regime were being prepared.
'Resign? Forget about it': Pope Francis plays down health fears
"Now I can eat everything'
Afghan refugee children die after eating poisonous mushrooms in Poland
A second Afghan boy has died in Poland, days after consuming poisonous mushrooms.
Focus on vaccines first not booster shots, says EU agency
The ECDC has urged European governments to prioritise their vaccination programmes over plans for booster shots.
Cry like a boy
Here’s why we should raise boys like girls | View
Craig Pomranz is a singer, actor and author based in the United States and argues narrow gender expectations are limiting childrens’ growth.
Paralympian and musician: Manami Ito, Japan's show-stealing violinist
Haunting notes stream from Manami Ito's violin as she gracefully draws her bow back and forth, clasping it with her specially designed prosthetic arm
Romania's government in crisis after dismissal of justice minister
A junior party in Romania's ruling coalition has called on Prime Minister Florin Cîțu to resign after he dismissed the justice minister on Wednesday.
Bulgaria to hold presidential election in November amid crisis
Bulgarians will vote for their President on November 14, while political parties have still failed to form a government after two parliamentary elections in 2021.
What killed dozens of dead porpoises that washed up on a Dutch beach?
"Something strange is happening in the Wadden Sea," said one expert.
Taliban promising 'inclusive' government... without women
The Taliban is yet to announce a new government that will shape the future of the war-torn country. While the rights of women and girls are at stake, the group already said 'they won't include women in the top government jobs'.
What technology is being used to make offices COVID-safe?
From air-cleaning robots to contactless coffee machines, what role does technology play in keeping our offices COVID-safe?
Anti-femicide protests test Kosovo's government after brutal murder
The murder has sparked unprecedented levels of anger, especially among women.
Pop-up bike lanes in Berlin are here to stay
As a temporary solution during the height of the pandemic, authorities in the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district of Berlin created pop-up bike lanes so people could avoid crowded public transport more easily. But they are so popular, they are now being made permanent.
Torrential rain causes devastating flooding in the Catalan town of Alcanar
The meteorological depression, known as DANA, brought lightning strikes and heavy rains to the center and northeast of Spain. The storm has affected the Ebro delta in a tremendous way
Curious Southern Right whale pushes paddleboard
As the migration season of the Southern Right Whales gets underway in the Argentine Patagonia locals and visitors are thrilled by the curious animals coming ever closer to shore
Poland issues state of emergency over Belarus border row
Poland is one of many EU nations that has accused Belarus of sending migrants across the border as part of a "hybrid war" in response to sanctions.
Auroras paint the sky in stunning timelapse filmed from space
French Astronaut Thomas Pesquet has been documenting the northern lights shimmering over the northern hemisphere throughout last month, with this timelapse footage published on Tuesday capturing another stunning view of the green waves of light
Train sets off on 20,000km trip across Europe to promote rail travel
The train will take in 26 countries, finishing its five week long journey in Paris on October 7.
These funny animal photos are helping endangered species
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards pull together some of the best funny animal pictures for a very good cause.
MH17 investigators appeal to Russians for help over missile
The international team investigating the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine has appealed to Russian citizens for information.
New Greek health minister apologises for previous Holocaust remarks
"I never wanted to insult the Jewish people, and I apologise if I did," said Thanos Plevris.
Biden blames 'climate crisis' as Ida kills at least 49 in US Northeast
President Joe Biden called for greater public resolve to confront climate change as storm Ida devastated the US Northeast, leaving at least 49 dead.
Ireland fines WhatsApp €225m for breaking EU data protection rules
Infringements relating to multiple GDPR articles were found. The Facebook-owned messaging platform was also cited for failing to meet its "transparency obligations".
Big John, the biggest triceratops ever found, goes on display in Paris
"On the top of being the biggest specimen in size, it is also very well preserved, up to 60 per cent of the skeleton which is incredible."