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UK lorry driver shortage is part of a wider European problem
The UK has been grappling with fuel shortages for days, and shelves are emptying at supermarkets - but the driver shortage that is causing this is also a problem across Europe.
France slashes visas for Maghreb countries over illegal migration
France has been criticised by northwest African countries for cutting the number of visas available to citizens from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.
Paris attacks survivors begin testifying at historic trial
Survivors of the November 2015 terror attacks on Paris began recounting their trauma in the presence of over a dozen accused in court.
It's Afghans in need of protection, not the EU's borders | View
"Instead of erecting barbed-wired fences and walls, European politicians should show true leadership and acknowledge that it is the men, women, and children of Afghanistan – not Europe’s external borders – that need protection," writes Danish Refugee Council's Charlotte Slente.
Why the climate blame game is causing a stink in southeast Europe
“Heavy industries were the pride of socialist countries and economies, and this feeling persists.”
Denmark to extend ban on mink farming until 2023
Concerns have been raised about potential mutations of the coronavirus in mink, which could affect the future effectiveness of vaccines.
What's on the agenda for the new EU-US Trade & Tech Council?
EU and US officials want to use the forum to strengthen economic ties, coordinate digital policy and resolve transatlantic disputes.
Search for Daniel Craig's replacement won't begin until 2022
Longtime producer of the James Bond franchise Barbara Broccoli has revealed that the team behind the iconic films are in no rush to replace him.
Georgia's ex-President faces arrest if he returns for local elections
Mikheil Saakashvili, who is based in Ukraine, says he plans to return to Georgia to help "save the country".
Dutch students develop solar-powered camper to travel more sustainably
Students at the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands have developed a solar-powered camper that can travel up to 730 kilometres on self-generated electricity thanks to solar panels on its roof.
Europe starts cleaning up its act to save the Baltic Sea
One of the world’s most polluted seas is in Europe. Decades of Chemical contamination, overfishing and climate change have undermined the health of the Baltic Sea, provoking a severe environmental, economic and social crisis, but measures are being taken to save this important body of water.
Stabilising ecosystems in the Baltic Sea, the key to saving fish stocks
Virginijus Sinkevičius, the European Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, explains that there is hope for the fishing industry in the Baltic Sea, but that starts with improving the water's health.
Shortage of HGV drivers 'not surprising' but Brexit 'not main cause'
Shortage of truck drivers "not surprising after reopening post-Covid" and "Brexit has aggravated this but is not the main cause", professor of economics and public policy Jonathan Portes told Euronews.
Belarus hits back at EU and announces vote on a new constitution
Critics say the new constitution could further cement President Lukashenko's grip on power after months of mass protests.
Oil prices rise amid prospect of widespread fuel shortfalls
Brent crude touched $80 a barrel on Tuesday for the first time in three years as markets grappled with the prospect of widespread fuel shortfalls heading into the end of the year.
Italy's €1 homes: Too good to be true?
We take a look at the ins and outs of buying a €1 home in Italy, with a few recommendations.
Russia opens new extremism probe against Navalny and his allies
Russian authorities have opened a criminal case against imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny and his closest allies.
Eco-tourism in Georgia, a boost for the economy and for the environment
Georgia's Colchic rainforests and wetlands have just been recognised by UNESCO and added to its World Heritage List. The country is now looking to further protect the unique biodiversity of this area whilst boosting the economy with eco-tourism.
Bangkok’s taxi graveyard brought back to life with mini-gardens
A Thai taxi cooperative is turning its abandoned cabs into gardens in order to feed out-of-work drivers.
These are the top 5 cities in the world for driving electric cars
The best cities to drive an electric car are ranked based on the battery range of the vehicle and how far they can travel.
Brussels celebrates 75th anniversary of two of its comic book legends
The Belgium Comic Strip Centre is holding an exposition from Wednesday in honour of Blake and Mortimer.
Record high for COVID-19 cases in Romania amid slow vaccination rates
Just 33% of adults in Romania have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 amid a surge of new infections.
Italian coastal town faces backlash for 'sexist' bronze statue
The statue was unveiled during a ceremony attended by the former prime minister Giuseppe Conte in Sapri, in the southern Campania region.
Taiwanese lawmakers brawl during a political speech
La législature de Taiwan s'est terminée par une bagarre lorsque les législateurs de l'opposition ont interrompu un important discours politique.
Five of Europe’s airports are 'emitting more CO2 combined than Sweden'
A tracker documenting the CO2 emissions of airports around the world shows the annual emissions, which are largely tax free, of five of Europe’s biggest airports, amount to more than the annual emissions of Sweden.
Police hunt suspect after explosion at apartment building in Sweden
At least 16 people were injured in the blast on Tuesday morning at a residential building in the city of Göteborg.
Are Champions League debutants a Russian soft power project?
Sheriff Tiraspol is up against the might of Real Madrid on Tuesday.
Australia's travel ban could be ending very soon
There is light at the end of the tunnel for Australians who have been stuck abroad throughout the pandemic.
Batumi: The gateway to UNESCO’s new natural world heritage sites in Georgia
Tornike Rijvadze, the government chairman of the Autonomous Republic of Ajara in Georgia tells of the region's plans to boost eco-tourism and make it the place to visit.
Man appears in UK court charged with murder of Sabina Nessa
Metropolitan police charged a 36-year-old man with the murder of the 28-year-old primary school teacher on Monday.