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Paris Chocolate Fair gets dressed up with a fashion cake-over
The event, which was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic last year, gives visitors a chance to discover the latest innovations and taste creations.
UK PM seeks to calm tensions amid post-Brexit fishing row with France
“The ties that unite us, that bind us together, are far stronger than the turbulence that currently exist in the relationship,” said Johnson in a bid to soothe tensions with Paris over a worsening fishing row.
Facebook is rebranding as Meta, says CEO Mark Zuckerberg
It's part of an effort to encompass its virtual-reality vision for the future - something Zuckerberg calls the “metaverse.”
Climate crisis: How can football make a difference?
Ahead of COP26, we look at the relationship between football and the climate crisis, asking the question, is the sport doing enough to help the cause?
What Facebook's name change to Meta means
Facebook's new name cements the social media giant's pivot towards Mark Zuckerberg's vision of the "metaverse," a merger of the virtual and real world.
Explained: Half of holidaymakers confused by England’s new day 2 tests
England is now accepting lateral flow tests instead of more expensive PCR ones, but what does the new system involve exactly?
Volunteers gather to help migrants at Poland-Belarus border
At a makeshift warehouse inside the Polish town of Michalowo's fire station, locals can drop off dry winter clothes and food, and also provide legal help to the migrants.
Italian company Ferrero accused of exploiting hazelnut pickers
Turkish hazelnut farmers are paid €12 a day for 12 hours of work, which is less than the minimum wage that Turkey requires for a 45-hour week.
European Parliament votes to strengthen EU-wide cybersecurity rules
Negotiations with the European Council on the update to the legislation will now start before European lawmakers eventually vote on the issue.
Audio recording of Bataclan terror attack played in Paris court
An association of victims had requested that an audio recording of the massacre be played in court.
Danish brothers who murdered biracial man have sentences increased
The body of 28-year-old Phillip Mbuji Johansen was found in a forest on the Baltic Sea island in June 2020 after he had been tortured by two former friends.
Cambridge University college returns looted cockerel to Nigeria
The cockerel used to be displayed in Jesus College's dining hall, but it was removed in 2016 following the rise of the 'Black Lives Matter' movement.
Hotel quarantine scrapped as all 7 countries removed from UK red list
The empty red list still exists as a 'precautionary measure', as the UK also moves to accept vaccines from over 30 new countries.
Final Voyage: ABBA's new album will be their last new music
Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson clarified the band's future in an interview promoting their ninth and final album, Voyage.
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Asturias award-winner Gloria Steinem talks about her life on film
Feminist icon Gloria Steinem reflects on her life and career after winning Spain's prestigious Asturias award.
Who faces legal liability in 'Rust' shooting case? Euronews explains
Experts discuss who could face repercussions from the harrowing shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
One of the world’s biggest banks invests billions in deforestation
A Global Witness investigation reveals for the first time how the financial decisions of global banks contradict their public commitments.
What is COP26 and why is it so important?
We answer the most frequently asked questions about this year's UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow
How migration is fuelling the remarkable rise of cricket in Germany
Germany made history recently by moving a step closer to qualifying for next year's T20 World Cup.
Europe gas prices drop after Putin orders Gazprom to fill EU stocks
Europe’s gas prices have soared in recent weeks but immediately fell after a call between the Russian president Vladimir Putin and Gazprom.
Peru vaccinates communities of mythical Inca lake
Peruvian nurses took a boat across the famed Lake Titicaca on Wednesday in search of communities living on remote floating islands to vaccinate them against the COVID-19 virus.
UK faces ‘embarrassing’ COP if new fossil fuel projects not ditched
Oil fields, coal mines and gas deposits are among projects that firms are trying to push through by 2025, a new report shows.
Visit Monaco and live like a star, even if it's just for a day
The second smallest country in the world is known for its glamorous casinos, fast cars and decadent restaurants, here’s what to see when you visit.
Former Albania minister charged over deadly 2008 munitions explosion
Fatmir Mediu has been charged with abuse of power over the blast at a munitions disposal factory in 2008 that killed 26 people.
Global recovery depends on equal access to vaccines, ILO says
For every 14 people fully vaccinated in the second quarter of 2021, one full-time equivalent job was added to the global labour market, substantially boosting the recovery.
German man convicted of passing Bundestag floor plans to Russia
Federal prosecutors said the suspect had sent details and floor plans of the Bundestag building in Berlin to Russian military intelligence.
Filipinos flock to cemeteries ahead of All Saints' Day closure
People flock to cemeteries in the Catholic-majority Philippines for their last chance to visit dead loved ones ahead of a government-ordered nationwide closure of graveyards for All Saints' Day.
Spain is planning high-speed trains between London and Paris
The national Spanish rail company Renfe is taking on Eurostar with their new line.
Moscow shuts most workplaces as COVID cases and deaths soar
The government coronavirus task force reported 1,159 deaths in 24 hours, the largest daily tally since the pandemic began.
Fraudster posed as Brigitte Macron's nephew to get luxury treats
The suspect had claimed he was related to the French president's wife to get luxury treats, including a hotel stay in Morocco and F1 Grand Prix tickets.