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Police: Wisconsin parade-crash suspect was in a domestic disturbance
The driver who plowed into a Christmas parade in Wisconsin, killing at least five people, was leaving the scene of a domestic dispute, police said.
Czechs protest restrictions on unvaccinated as cases soar
Protesters marched through the Czech capital of Prague on Monday to decry the government’s restrictions on unvaccinated people as new infections soared.
French PM Jean Castex tests positive for COVID-19
French PM Jean Castex tested positive for COVID-19 after he learned that his 11-year-old daughter had the virus. Earlier in the day, Castex met with Belgian PM Alexander De Croo, who is now quarantining.
Nine elderly residents killed in fire at Bulgarian nursing home
The Interior Ministry said the blaze “started from the roof of the building” but the cause is not yet known.
Belarus' Lukashenko says EU should take in more migrants
Lukashenko called on the EU to take in 2,000 migrants stranded in Belarus. The EU says Belarus has lured migrants to the country as part of a "hybrid attack" on the bloc.
Hospices de Beaune 2021 auction sees record €800,000 barrel puchase
The proceeds will go to the French NGO 'Solidarité Femmes' and the Curie Institute.
Guadeloupe closes schools after COVID rioting
Schools closed across the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe after protests against COVID-19 rules and vaccinations descended into days of rioting and looting.
Meet the 11-year-old Mexican schoolboy tattooing the people of Peubla
He's only 11 years old, but the Brandon Burgos – whose father allows him to tattoo on the condition he gets good grades at school – already has around 30 creations to his name.
UN Special Rapporteur says press freedom is under threat in Hungary
The Central European country has been widely attacked for curtailing independent media and smear campaigns against human rights defenders.
Ukraine is going to plant one billion trees to fight climate change
Trees naturally absorb carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas produced by burning fossil fuels, like oil and coal. Forests act as huge carbon sinks, draining heat-trapping CO2.
Berlin Christmas market opens while COVID forces others to stay closed
A Christmas market in Berlin opened on Monday, one of a few that will do so as the country faces the fourth wave of COVID-19.
Meet the Roma girl band empowering women and challenging stereotypes
"The message we send is that a girl should be independent, strong, believe in herself, and have a goal and not marry early."
Italy joins the list of countries creating real-life Squid Games
In Rome, an entertainment event company are organising a real life 'Squid Game' simulating the hit Netflix series from start to finish. Thankfully, nobody gets hurt.
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What policy options do EU decision-makers have to fight the pandemic?
Over the weekend tensions flared over new pandemic restrictions. Europe's vaccination drive is reaching a critical point. So what are the options facing decision-makers to fight back against a new wave of coronavirus infections?
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The metaverse may change how we work, do business and socialise. This is the way companies are planning to shape our virtual future.
See how La Palma island has grown 43 hectares since volcanic eruption
Here's a look at the images of before and after a volcano started erupting two months ago on Spain's La Palma island in the Canaries.
Five Bayern Munich footballers in quarantine over vaccine status
The German club is without eight players for this week's UEFA Champions League game against Dynamo Kyiv.
Sea-Watch 4 rescues more than 100 migrants in the central Mediterranean
The migrant rescue ship Sea-Watch 4 has reportedly rescued 107 migrants on Monday, 22 November, among whom is a one-day-old baby.
Christmas at the Dickens Museum: Festive joy from a master storyteller
The Charles Dickens Museum has been a reflection of life in middle-class Victorian London since 1925. Each year it embraces the author's love for Christmas by putting on festive events and displaying new collections.
Combating the impact of manmade issues on the Danube River
Smart Regions looks at how researchers and scientists find solutions to manage the Danube River sustainably after it has been modified with flood protections and hydro-power plants.
Portugal becomes the fourth EU country to stop using coal
The country's power production has gone coal-free nine years before the deadline.
Residents of Vulcano told to evacuate at night over volcanic activity
Tourists have been banned from visiting the small island near Sicily for one month due to dangerous levels of carbon dioxide.
Christmas comes to the Champs Elysées as French pop star lights Paris
The world-famous boulevard's Christmas lights were switched on by French pop star Clara Luciani, the godmother of this 2021 edition.
Spain's Catholic Church refuses investigation into sex abuse claims
“There are only a few cases," said Luis Argüello, spokesman for Spain's Catholic Church.
Irish farmers drive tractors through Dublin to protest climate plans
Irish dairy farmers are asking for more support from the government to implement changes in Climate Action Plan and EU’s Common Agricultural Policy.
Italian events company recreates 'Squid Game' for fans
In Rome, an entertainment event company organizes 'Squid Game' games simulating the hit Netflix series from start to finish.
Eddie Redmayne: Taking trans role in 'The Danish Girl' was a 'mistake'
The British actor received an Academy Award nomination in 2016 for his portrayal of Lili Elbe, one of the first people to ever undertake gender reassignment surgery.
NASA wants to put nuclear reactors on Moon to keep astronauts alive
Despite the various challenges involved, the US space agency is looking for a means to power its planned Moon base.
Far-right candidate Jose Antonio Kast takes lead in Chile's elections
Ultra-conservative Jose Antonio Kast and left-wing former student activist Gabriel Boric will run in the second round for the Chilean presidency next month.