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Slovakia narrowly rejects proposed law restricting access to abortion
The bill was rejected by one vote, as 67 of the 134 lawmakers present in the 150-seat house voted in favour of it.
COP26: Five key takeaways as climate negotiations near crunch time
"We're not there yet," said the COP26 chair as the summit drew to a close. Here are some of the key takeaways as Day 11 wraps up.
Romania sends patients to Italy as Croatia hits new COVID-19 record
The vaccination rate has slowed down in Romania. In other European countries, governments push for stricter measures against the unvaccinated amid soaring coronavirus infections.
Bulgarians head to polls for 3rd parliamentary election of the year
Two previous votes had already taken place in April and July, but the country's largest three parties failed to produce a working coalition government.
Are cannabis farms the next big way to suck CO2 from the atmosphere?
A hectare of hemp sequesters almost twice as much carbon as a forest, prompting calls from UK farmers to loosen its regulation.
'Pulp' frontman releases sustainability anthem for COP26
Cocker says the climate crisis is moving to the centre of public consciousness.
Flooded streets, rescuing as heavy rains hit Sicily
Heavy rains in Sicily into Thursday opened up a sinkhole which swallowed up cars and threatened a residential block.
Meet one of the last independent journalists forced out of Belarus
One journalist who recently left Belarus told Euronews that the situation for reporters is so dangerous in the country that very few remain.
Hungary to cap petrol and diesel prices as fuel costs surge
Petrol stations that charge more than the established cap could be shut down, the government has said.
Greek journalists call for new 'fake news' law to be withdrawn
A Greek journalists' union says the new legal amendment could endanger the right to press freedom and needs to be rewritten.
Meet the artist fixing potholes with ceramics to urge street repairs
Ivan Kravchenko, a 26-year old ceramics artist, is plugging Russia's notoriously potholed roads with beautiful painted patches.
Belarusian Olympic skier and Lukashenko critic fined over protest
Aliaksandra Ramanouskaya was charged with attending banned mass rallies, according to the Belarusian Sport Solidarity Foundation.
SpaceX crew launch marks 600 space travellers in 60 years
The number of humans in space averages out to 10 people per year since Yuri Gagarin’s pioneering flight in 1961.
Twitter sets up crypto team in bid for decentralisation
The move will come as no surprise as the Twitter bio of CEO and founder Jack Dorsey is just "#bitcoin".
Visit Transnistria: The breakaway state that's in the Champions League
If you’re looking to visit somewhere really off-the-beaten-track, the self-declared independent state of Transnistria should have you fumbling for your passport.
German carnival season opens in Cologne amid surge of Covid cases
German carnival season officialy opens with only people recovered from or vaccinated against Covid-19 being admitted to the festivities in Cologne, as the country is faced with a record surge in infections.
Can climate finance save our planet? We ask the UN
The pressure for businesses to act is rising along with global temperatures. We ask the UN’s environment finance arm if climate finance is working.
US alleges 'unusual' Russian troop movements near Ukrainian border
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has warned Russia not to make a "grave mistake" and build up troops to repeat the conflict of 2014.
Where is this magical 'treehouse' and why is it so popular on Airbnb?
Here's how a DIY upcycling project became one of the most sought-after stays on Airbnb.
Far-right Polish Independence Day march goes ahead despite court ban
Polish security forces have been mobilised across cities in preparation for rallies, in addition to the Belarusian border.
'No more women should die': MEPs slam Poland's near-total abortion ban
It comes after a pregnant woman died from septic shock. Activists say doctors, influenced by the new law, did not carry out a life-saving abortion, waiting instead for the foetus to die.
Are McDonald's and Mariah taking aim at COP26?
The ad-campaign has received criticism for its amateur graphics but some on Twitter think it may carry a serious message.
How technology changed love in the time of COVID
You've heard of remote working, but a new survey revealed that remote dating was more popular than ever this year.
SpaceX rocket launches 4 astronauts towards ISS
A SpaceX rocket carried four astronauts toward orbit Wednesday night, including the 600th person to reach space in 60 years.
Elation on the streets of Benin as France returns stolen bronzes
Yesterday marked the return of some of the African kingdom's treasured bronze statues - after over a century of waiting.
Qatar Clasico: One of the Middle East’s biggest football matches
Labelled the 'Qatar Clasico', Al-Rayann vs Al Sadd is one of the country's biggest footballing rivalries.
Women Beyond Borders
‘Keep fighting’: Top resilience tips from a champion marathon swimmer
After completing her record breaking 44th English Channel crossing, Chloë McCardel now holds the title of Queen of the English Channel
An Israeli start-up is giving out virtual coins for collecting rubbish
What if you could walk and earn money at the same time? A start-up has created the ultimate game app that does good both for you and the planet.
Major European countries pledge to phase out oil and gas
The Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance was launched today at COP26 by ministers from the two lead countries.
Belarus: Lukashenko threatens to cut gas supplies over EU sanctions
Belarus' autocratic leader has suggested he may halt gas supplies from Russia to Europe via its territory.