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Fire at North Macedonia COVID-19 hospital caused by 'short circuit'
Prosecutors say an electrical short circuit caused a deadly fire at a temporary COVID-19 hospital in North Macedonia last month.
Tesla ordered to pay €118 million to ex-employee over racism claims
A former Tesla freight elevator operator suffered racists slurs at work. He's now won a case against the company of the world's third-richest man.
EU unveils new strategy to tackle rising antisemitism in Europe
"Europe can only prosper when its Jewish communities feel safe and prosper," said Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
Belarus will refuse to take back migrants until the EU lifts sanctions
The vote on Monday formalises the move that was announced by Belarus’ President Alexander Lukashenko in June.
Slovenia: Police clash with COVID-19 protesters ahead of EU summit
Protesters seemed wanted to draw more attention to their rally by demonstrating on the eve of a key EU Balkan summit.
Ireland agrees to set historical minimum corporate tax rate
Ireland has agreed to adopt a 15% minimum corporate tax rate after several months of negotiations with the OECD.
HBO Max is launching in Europe: Everything you need to know
What to expect when the US streaming service drops in 26 different countries in Europe over the next year.
Copenhagen's Noma is named the best restaurant in the world for 2021
It was a one-two for Copenhagen, as Geranium was chosen as the second-best restaurant in the world in the World's 50 Best Restaurants 2021.
European filmmakers collect awards at the Zürich Film Festival
European filmmakers were in the spotlight at the 17th Zürich International Film Festival, after winning multiple awards.
Managing Europe's winter of discontent ǀ View
Skyrocketing fuel prices, ongoing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and supply chain disruption are on the cards for Europe this winter. Analyst Radu Magdin argues leaders must tackle these issues head-on, not shy away from them.
Citroën looks to reimagine city travel with new self-driving pods
Rethinking urban mobility, Citroën is leading a revolution in autonomous cars for city living.
Russian film crew blasts off to make first movie in space
A Russian actor and a film director rocketed to space on Tuesday on a mission to make the world's first movie in orbit.
Where do Western Balkan nations stand with their EU membership bids?
As a summit is held on expanding EU membership to the Western Balkans, we look at where each country is with its bid to join.
France demands EU gets 'tougher' with UK over Brexit fishing rights
The French government said they're looking into retaliatory measures after the UK and Jersey awarded just a small number of licences to French vessels.
EU removes Seychelles from tax blacklist despite Pandora Papers
The latest update of the EU list of "non-cooperative jurisdictions" has exempted Seychelles, Anguilla and Dominica from being blacklisted.
As a golfing destination, Dubai scores a hole in one
Dubai is the leading golfing destination in the Middle East with the highest concentration of championship courses.
Rubbish litters Marseille beaches a day after heavy storms
Several beaches in the center of Marseille are littered with garbage, the day after heavy rains.
Clashes, tear gas at Bolivia coca farmers' protest
Thousands of Bolivian coca leaf growers on Monday stormed the country's main coca market in La Paz following violent clashes with security forces.
Former Serb paramilitary jailed for 20 years for war crimes in Kosovo
An ethnic Serb has been sentenced to 20 years in prison in Kosovo after being convicted of war crimes, including involvement in a 1999 massacre.
COVID: EMA backs 3rd vaccine dose for people with weak immune systems
The EMA has advised people with "severely weakened immune systems" to get a third dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID vaccines.
This sport is shaping the future by pushing electric cars to the limit
“I think we push the movement forward at a very fast level compared to a manufacturer...it just elevates everything a lot faster.”
CBD oil: Wonder drug or widespread scam?
CBD oil derives from hemp, a cousin of marijuana in the Cannabis family. But we look at what it really is and whether it's healthy.
MEPs demand Facebook investigation after whistleblower leaks
Two European lawmakers said the leaked documents proved big tech companies could not be trusted to regulate themselves.
Ex-foreign minister quizzed over letting Polisario chief into Spain
The decision to allow the Western Sahara leader into Spain in April angered Morocco.
Romania faces political deadlock after PM Citu ousted
The only thing that Romania's political parties can agree on is that Florin Citu must go.
Arrests after raids at EU farms and vineyards over labour exploitation
Police raids were carried out at 704 locations in Bulgaria, Cyprus, Finland, France, Italy, Latvia, the Netherlands, and Spain.
Pope Francis and religious leaders call for action over climate change
"We have inherited a garden, we must not leave a desert to our children."
'Unimaginable failures': UK inquiry into policeman's murder of woman
The UK home secretary has announced there will be an independent inquiry into police failings following the murder of Sarah Everard by a serving police officer.
Europe is now home to the world’s longest undersea electricity cable
This is a chance for the two countries to share renewable energy for the first time.
Two Europeans among trio to win Nobel Prize in Physics
It comes 100 years since the same award was given to Albert Einstein