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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Austria and Serbia vow to stop Afghan refugees entering Europe
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said that Afghanistan's neighbouring countries should accept refugees instead.
Flights take off from Kabul airport in first since US pullout
The airport has become a symbol of what the Taliban can do and whether or not they can operate infrastructure, Euronews correspondent in Kabul Anelise Borges reports.
New laws in England aim to halt rising number of pet thefts
Lawmakers in England plan to introduce new laws which take a tougher line on pet abduction following a sharp increase in cases of unscrupulous thefts
Denmark celebrates the end of COVID-19 restrictions with flower festival at Tivoli park
Tivoli being the second oldest amusement park in the world was during covid a place to go outside. It is the first time in the 178 year old history of Tivoli, that Tivolis new CEO Susanne Mørch Koch, opens an official Garden & Flower Festival
World first as aeroplane flies through tunnel at 245 km/h to set World Records
Italian pilot Dario Costa clears Turkey’s dual Çatalca Tunnels in under 44 seconds
Spanish rescuers pull 208 migrants from boats in sea and ocean
The rescue operation adds to Spain's rise in arrivals of people who risked a perilous seaborne journey to reach Europe.
Manville residents' painful losses after Ida's impact
The whole town was flooded as a result of the remnants of Hurricane Ida, and it took 24 hours for the waters to recede. It caused significant damage to homes, businesses and vehicles
Berlin's 17th festival of lights highlights environmental challenges
The festival has transformed the city's landmarks — the Brandenburg Gate, the TV Tower and the Cathedral — with very inventive illuminations.
Afghan government formation delayed as fighting continues in Panjshir
Euronews reports from Afghanistan as fighting continues in the Panjshir Valley, the last region not under Taliban control.
Collision between train and minibus leaves 6 dead in Turkey
Six people died and seven more were injured when a minibus and a train crashed at a railroad crossing in the northwestern Tekirdag province.
Migrant camp near Paris dismantled and people evacuated by bus
Around 1,000 homeless people, mainly migrants, who had been camped out since Wednesday in front of the Ile-de-France prefecture in Paris demanding accommodation, were evacuated at dawn and "sheltered" by local authorities
Chilean Director Pablo Larraín's new take on Diana premieres at Venice
"Spencer" is part comedy, part tragedy and even part gothic horror but what it isn't is historically strictly accurate.
Berlin celebrates the Festival of Lights
One of the largest open air art galleries in the world returned on Friday as the German capital of Berlin hosted its annual Festival of Lights display for the 17th time
Tired of dining alone? Network or party with table-sharing app Tabler
The COVID pandemic has changed how we interact. The creators of Tabler are looking to ease you back into socialising.
Venezuela’s cheap electricity is a blessing for its Bitcoin miners
Undeterred by power cuts and slow internet speeds, one Caracas-based company is taking advantage of low kilowatt rates to mine Bitcoin.
Can the US and China cooperate on climate change ahead of COP26?
Relations between the two countries are tense, but there's hope that environmental issues may bring them together.
New Zealand vows anti-terror laws change after supermarket attack
Authorities say Friday's knife attack by an ISIS supporter has highlighted deficiencies in New Zealand's anti-terror laws.
Swimming in sewage: How can we fix Europe’s smelly rivers?
Europe’s cities are struggling to keep untreated sewage out of their rivers, and the impacts of climate change are making it worse. But one company has come up with a solution.
Meet Persephone, the robot tour guide who can speak 33 languages
Persephone, a robot who speaks 33 languages, is the latest addition to the tour guide team at the Alistrati Cave in Greece.