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World Coming Out Day: 'You can tell no-one... they can even kill you'
A Togolese girl who fled her home country due to her sexual orientation describes her experience to Euronews.
'It's easier to be illegal': French MP on why migrants head for UK
Calais area politicians blame the UK for lax labour laws that attract illegal migration, responding to UK criticism that the French aren't doing enough to stop Channel crossings.
Ancient winemaking complex unearthed in central Israel
Jon Seligman, one of the directors of the excavation, said the wine made in the area was known as “Gaza” wine and exported across the region.
Calls grow in Italy to ban far-right Forza Nuova after demo violence
Some political parties are calling for Forza Nuova to be dissolved following Saturday's violence at anti-health pass protests in which the far-right group was implicated.
Why French students and Thomas Pesquet are getting excited about Blobs
Better known as "slime mould," 500-million-year-old Blob is now under the microscope of thousands of students and French astronaut Thomas Pesquet.
Iranians are crying out for regime change, not nuclear power | View
Europe and the United States must stop pandering to Tehran's nuclear 'extortion' tactics, argues dissident author Alireza Jafarzadeh.
Former PM Dacian Cioloș tasked with forming new Romanian government
Romania's former prime minister Dacian Cioloș has been appointed to try and form a new government.
Poland seeks to clarify court ruling in EU legal supremacy row
The Polish foreign minister says last week's bombshell court ruling protects national sovereignty and is in line with French and German constitutional court opinions.
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Afghan woman's pet bird finds new home at French embassy in UAE
Amid two weeks of frantic evacuations to Paris and untold suffering, the French Ambassador to the UAE has shared a remarkable story of hope.
Russians celebrate 65 years of the Volga GAZ-21
Russians have taken to the streets in an old Volga GAZ-21 in celebration of the car's 65th anniversary.
Greenpeace protest outside Downing Street
Greenpeace activists put up an oil-splattered statue of Boris Johnson outside Downing Street on Monday, urging the prime minister to block the proposed development of a huge new oilfield off the Scottish coast.
EU court begins hearing Hungary and Poland dispute over rule of law
The two hearings, one brought by Hungary and one by Poland, will conclude on Tuesday but it could be months before the European Court of Justice gives its ruling.
Navalny says Russian prison has changed his status to 'terrorist'
Putin's most prominent critic claims he is no longer considered a flight risk but is now deemed an extremist and a terrorist.
Greece to bolster border with Turkey over Afghanistan migration fears
Greece will deploy a further 250 officers to its land border with Turkey, the country's interior ministry has said.
Cologne permits broadcast of muezzin’s call for Friday prayers
The calls can be broadcast outside mosques for five minutes every week for the Friday prayer around noon.
Moscow metro riders will be able to use just their face to pay fares
The facial recognition-based payment system will be able to use on all 14 lines of the metro from October 15.
Wizz Air CEO calls carbon offsetting ‘a bit of a joke’
József Váradi also described the environmental measure as greenwashing.
Was eco-petrol really the cause of the UK's fuel shortages?
The Petrol Retailers Association has claimed the switch to E10 was a 'major factor' in the UK’s petrol crisis.
Meet the women hunting cyber criminals and fighting for justice
“The fact that our daily life got transferred to cyberspace, the sexist violence in the streets transferred itself to cyberspace.”
The highly skilled art of copperware production lives on in Lahij
Lahij, the village of artisans, lies in the Greater Caucasus mountains in Azerbaijan. For centuries, its highly skilled coppersmiths have produced exquisite and elaborate copper tableware using traditional methods passed down through the generations.
Jörg Meuthen to step down as co-leader of Germany's far-right AfD
Meuthen said he will continue his political work and wants to "make his voice heard".
Ten EU countries call on Brussels to label nuclear energy as green
The member states argue the current energy crunch, which has sent electricity prices soaring, makes the case for nuclear as an affordable, low-carbon energy source.
Lava flow drags down big rocks in La Palma
Drone footage showed huge rocks flowing down wide streams of lava from a Spanish volcano, almost three weeks after it first erupted.
Extinction Rebellion hold demo in The Hague
Protesters from the environmental group Extinction Rebellion demonstrated in The Hague on Monday.
No further action after London police conduct Prince Andrew review
The review was prompted by Virginia Giuffre's civil claim that she was forced to have sexual relations with the Duke of York when she was 17.
AlpInnoCT: the European project using intermodal transport to protect the Alps
The Alps are an essential transit area for freight transport. But road traffic generates noise, pollution and traffic jams in this sensitive ecosystem. A European project has a solution: the transfer of goods from lorries to trains.
High European gas prices could last through winter, expert says
Euronews spoke to research fellow Nicolò Rossetto about the energy crisis in Europe.
Why the Czechs have finally turned their back on communism
The Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia failed to win a seat in the Czech parliament for the first time in their history.
AI will finally remove toxic weapons from the bottom of the sea
Millions of weapons were dumped in the sea after WWII and the 100-year work of removing them is just beginning.
COVID-19: Sydney exits lockdown after 106 days
Sydney has reopened after four months in lockdown, with people running to the shops and hairdressers on Monday.