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How safe is SpaceX's all-civilian mission?
Is Space X's latest launch, Inspiration 4, a leap forward in commercial space travel or a risk too far? Euronews talked to two experts to find out.
Faroese officials to 'look closely' at dolphin hunts after slaughter
The Faroese prime minister has said the role of dolphin hunting will be examined after gruesome footage posted on Sunday showed nearly 1,500 dead sea mammals lying on a beach.
Polls close in Russia as politicians cry foul over 'violations'
This year's parliamentary election was marked by widespread allegations of ballot-stuffing and votes for sale, as well as ennui on the part of many voters after most serious opposition politicians were barred from running.
Second Dutch minister resigns over Afghanistan evacuations
Ank Bijleveld is the second minister in the Netherlands' caretaker coalition government to resign over the evacuations, following the foreign minister, Sigrid Kaag.
Four indicted in Germany over links to Islamic extremist group
German citizen Marius A. is alleged to have travelled to Syria in 2013 to fight with the Al-Qaida splinter group, while three other men are accused of collecting funds on his behalf.
Entire Dutch rail network disrupted by communications breakdown
The Dutch rail network ground to a halt on Thursday evening due to a communications breakdown between drivers and traffic managers.
European Heritage weekend approaches! What are the coolest events?
The programme, which sees up to 20 million visitors every year, generates the greatest value, Euro for Euro, of any European cultural project. Here's how you can get involved where you are.
European Commission launches new department for preparing and responding to health emergencies
The European Health Emergency preparedness and Response Authority (HERA) will initially start with €30 billion in funding.
Could '15-minute cities' change how we live, work and socialise?
In the wake of COVID, municipalities around the world are looking at ways to plan cities centred on human beings rather than cars.
Stopping deforestation doesn't just save lives, it revives economies
New research has shown that deforestation isn’t just a problem for removing carbon from the atmosphere, it’s also fundamentally changing the climate crucial for Brazil’s agriculture to thrive.
Stolen church doors return to Cyprus Orthodox Church from Japan
The ornately-decorated wooden doors were stolen from a village church after the Turkish invasion in 1974, before resurfacing years later in an art college in Ishikawa.
Poland discriminated against gay mother in custody battle, says court
A Polish mother has been awarded €10,000 in damages after she lost custody of her children by starting a relationship with another woman.
Prosecco v Prošek: origin protection move 'sparkles' Adriatic tension
Italy, the homeland of Prosecco, is not happy with Croatia's attempt to get EU recognition for the Dalmatian wine, 'Prošek'.
MEPs vote in favour of legal rights for digital platform workers
Brussels will now draw up plans to protect app-based workers, after MEPs overwhelmingly backed giving them full employment rights under EU law.
Baby killer whale rescued in Russia's Far East
A baby killer whale that had been stranded in Russia's Far East, was rescued, footage from Russian State TV RU-RTR showed. The rescue took place in the Magadan region, after the killer whale was left stranded when a low tide occurred in the Gertner Bay.
Why your boss showing empathy may make you more productive at work
A new study shows that empathy is a necessity for leaders in today’s workplace and may be key to keeping workers amid “The Great Resignation”.
Post-Brexit passport blunder could mean Brits are owed thousands
Due to confusion between UK and EU guidelines, British travellers have unfairly been denied on flights to the continent and might be owed compensation.
Russian elections in Crimea & eastern Ukraine are 'illegal', says Kyiv
Russia has distributed over 600,000 passports in pro-separatist eastern Ukraine in recent months to encourage residents to vote.
Arc de Triomphe art installation unveiled in Paris
First dreamt up in the 1960s, 'L'Arc de Triomphe: Wrapped' will see the world-famous monument blanketed in silvery-blue fabric for three weeks.
Ancient astronomy manuscript resurrected by Uzbek heritage initiative
The first true-to-the-original facsimile copy of the manuscript of Images of the Fixed Stars, an ancient astronomy manuscript by one of the most famous Muslim astronomers of all time has been resurrected by Uzbekistan's heritage initiative.
Europe's carmakers are switching to electric. Here's when it'll happen
Europe-based automakers are pledging to drop petrol and diesel to go all-electric, but how long will it take?
Chef Nino Mosca’s Parmigiana di Melanzane Napolitana | The Kitchen
Nino Mosca, Napolitan chef and maitre de maison of Relais & Chateaux Il Bottaccio in Tuscany, Italy, shares his Parmigiana di Melanzane recipe.
London Mayor unveils series of colourful road crossings
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan unveils a series of painted road crossings in central London, created by artist Yinka Ilori, as the British capital hopes to transform a dull and grey winter into an explosion of colour and life amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Teen arrested in Germany over alleged synagogue attack plot
The interior minister of North Rhine-Westphalia said officials had been tipped off about an "Islamist-motivated threat" ahead of the Jewish holiday.
What can the historic CFC ban teach us about the climate emergency?
When the hole in the ozone layer was discovered within four years a solution was found, can't we do the same for climate change?
Thousands demonstrate against new health pass measures in Slovenia
Around 8,000 gathered in Ljubljana to demonstrate against new COVID-19 restrictions in the largest ever protest in Slovenia.
Deutsche Bahn agrees pay deal with drivers' union to end strikes
GDL union said that Deutsche Bahn had agreed to a "good compromise" and that train drivers would receive sufficient pay rises.
NKo TV airs footage of missile launch from train
North Korea said on Thursday it successfully launched ballistic missiles from a train for the first time and was continuing to bolster its defences, after the two Koreas test-fired missiles hours apart in dueling displays of military might.
EU failing Afghan refugees trying to flee Taliban, say rights groups
Human rights and refugee groups have appealed to the European Union to step up its help for people trying to flee Afghanistan.
VDL pitches European Chips Act to boost the EU's tech self-reliance
Some might say Brussels is pitching the European Chips Act in a bid to Ketchup up with the rest of the world.