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Turkey fines WhatsApp €197,000 over controversial privacy update
The Turkish data protection authority said that WhatsApp no longer offered users "free will".
'We are prepared to die,' say Afghan women protesting Taliban in Kabul
Women's protests in Kabul are continuing despite the Taliban's pledges to be an inclusive and moderate force.
EU 'stands in solidarity' with Latvia, Lithuania and Poland over Belarus
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said that Alexander Lukashenko was "cynically" using migrants and refugees to damage Belarus' neighbours.
Ass holes in the desert are a welcome sight for some
Wells dug by horses and donkeys may have a lifesaving purpose for other species in arid regions.
'I have not left Afghanistan,' says resistance leader Amrullah Saleh
Saleh told Euronews that he remains in the Panjshir Valley fighting alongside Ahmad Massoud.
British pensioner found after three days lost in Thai jungle
The 72-year-old survived by drinking water from puddles using grass as a straw.
Three Finnish teenagers convicted of torturing fellow student to death
The case has also revealed flaws in Finland's social care homes for young people.
Belgium creates rubbish highway for flood debris
In eastern Belgium, an abandoned highway is covered by kilometres of rubbish
Mayday call over migrant rescue in Mediterranean
Migrants clinging to an overturned boat off the Libyan coast were spotted by air and were rescued last week, NGO SeaWatch Italy said Friday
Europe's top rights body urges Greece to amend migrant deportation law
The Council of Europe warned that the draft law could "seriously hinder he life-saving carried out at seas by NGOs."
Mexico's National Guard detain Haitian migrants as they walked through the southern state of Chiapas
Dozens of migrants on Thursday were detained by officers of Mexico's migration authorities and the national guard, as they walked through the southern state of Chiapas on their way to the United States
Thanks to one amazing man, a Malawian village finally has electricity
Colrerd Nkosi took matters into his own hands by building a DIY hydroelectric turbine.
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Europe's week: EU manages Afghanistan withdrawal and Belarus sanctions
The week was mired by discontent among European Union countries. Train drivers in Germany went on another strike; Greek police clashed with participants of anti-vaccine rules protests; and in Poland, the public resistance against the country's controversial justice reform intensified.
A community comes together after tornado from Ida’s remnants
Residents in Mullica Hill, New Jersey come together to help after a tornado from Hurricane Ida’s remnants touched down
EU must resettle Afghan refugees to manage migration crisis | View
After a rushed pull-out from Afghanistan, and with future evacuations unlikely to happen, EU countries should prioritise opening up safe and legal ways for Afghans to find protection in Europe. Increasing refugee resettlement would be a true sign of international solidarity.
EU will talk to the Taliban but will not recognise government: Borrel
EU cooperation with the Taliban is dependent on five conditions, including preventing the export of terrorism and respect for human rights.
Former French PM François Fillon faces fresh 'fake jobs' investigation
Former French prime minister François Fillon is facing a new investigation into reports he hired a parliamentary assistant with public money to write his 2017 presidential candidate book.
The electric aircraft start-up hoping to be the 'Tesla of the skies'
A new electric aviation start-up based in Toulouse, the nerve centre of Europe’s aerospace industry, is looking to take the industry into the future.
Heavy floods on Spain's eastern coast damage homes and businesses
The flash flooding, dangerous in some eastern parts of Spain since Wednesday, didn't lead to any direct casualties.
Lack of lorry drivers in UK leads to empty shelves
Some drivers are now earning hundreds of pounds more every day for their shifts. And companies are competing against the giants. Supermarkets simply can’t afford the same wages.
Afghan women protest in Kabul as Taliban say country is 'safe'
Protesters in Kabul told Euronews that they were "afraid" but felt they needed to fight for their rights. Meanwhile, the Taliban said the country was safe.
Vitalik Buterin reveals the top 4 countries to be a digital nomad
The Ethereum co-founder has in the past listed Qantas airlines as his place of residence.
Lithuania recalls ambassador to China over Taiwan office dispute
Lithuania said it had recalled its ambassador to China for "consultations" after Beijing expressed anger at the EU country's decision to open a Taiwan office.
Afghan women demand rights during protest in Taliban-held Kabul
A group of Afghan women protested in the streets of Kabul ahead of the Taliban's announcement of a new government.
How struggling Spain became one of Europe's vaccination champions
Clue: no carrots (health pass) nor sticks (mandatory vaccination) needed.
Global biodiversity conference kicks off in Marseille
French President Emmanuel Macron is to open the conference. He is expected to renew his call for 30% of the world's surface to be categorised as protected areas by 2030.
Fact check: Does this photo really show flooding in New York?
A photo of taxis in New York City has been circulating online, with some claiming it's from the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
ABBA return after 40 years with new album and virtual stage show
“We took a break in the spring of 1982 and now we’ve decided it’s time to end it," ABBA said in a statement Thursday.
Afghan girls feel 'hopeless' about their education under Taliban rule
Young Afghan students told Euronews that their families worried about them going to school and that they felt "hopeless" about the future.
Majority in El Salvador don’t want or trust Bitcoin, new study finds
As El Salvador is about to use Bitcoin as legal tender, a study shows many are distrustful of the crypto and some don’t even know what it is.