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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Pomp and punk as Germany's Angela Merkel gets military tribute
A song by East German-born punk singer Nina Hagen was among those requested by the outgoing Chancellor as she was treated to a traditional send-off.
'Are we at war with Norway?' Brits reel at 'sad' Christmas Tree gift
Norway has selected and delivered one of its best Christmas trees to London every year since 1947 as a festive gift. What went wrong this year?
Colombia seizes over 300 arachnids being smuggled to Europe
Two German citizens were allegedly found smuggling the arachnids in over 200 plastic containers.
EU agriculture reforms clear final hurdle, but doubts still remain
On Thursday the European Council rubberstamped the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reforms legislation, which will come into force on January 1, 2023.
US 'will respond' if Russia 'acts recklessly' over Ukraine - Blinken
In an interview with Euronews, the US Secretary of State says Moscow must understand that attacking Ukraine would not be in Russia's interests.
Cyprus vows to protect schools after overnight bomb attack in Limassol
Cyprus' education minister said he would work with police to prevent similar “common criminal acts”.
Belarusian KGB used fake accounts to stir border tensions, says Meta
Facebook's parent company also said it had removed dozens of fake Polish accounts that posed as migrants.
Company Christmas party causes Omicron outbreak in Norway
A corporate Christmas party in Norway caused the biggest Omicron outbreak outside South Africa, authorities said on Friday.
Scientists who created 'living robots' say they can now reproduce
Last year, researchers made "living robots" by incubating stem cells from frog embryos. Now they’ve discovered that they're able to self-replicate.
Long-lost Yugoslav artworks returned to Bosnia by a Serbian collector
More than 30 World War II-era artworks that were stolen from a museum in Jajce, in central Bosnia, finally found their way back home after a collector purchased them at a Vienna flea market.
Antarctic's oldest ice holds a 1.5m year record of climate change
This ancient record of the Earth’s atmosphere could hold valuable clues about how our planet will respond to rising temperatures.
Exuberant and minimalistic - a thrilling “Rigoletto” with tenor Benjamin Bernheim
Verdi’s vibrant masterpiece Rigoletto is currently being staged at the Liceu in Barcelona. Musica caught up with French tenor Benjamin Bernheim.
Bottom trawling is rife in Spain’s waters, new report shows
The protected status of Spain’s coastal waters is "a mirage" for endangered turtles and other species, say ocean campaigners.
UN appeals for record €36 billion amid global surge in demand for aid
The UN warns that needs are skyrocketing worldwide as the pandemic continues to rage, and climate change and conflicts push more people to the brink of famine.
Romanian prisoners take to the stage in annual theatre festival
Every winter, inmates from Romanian jails begin rehearsals for an on-stage production performed at the 'Liberation Through Culture' festival. Organisers say it's an immense help to what they do with the rest of their sentences.
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‘Not seen as a man’: Liberia’s zogos struggle with stigma
Pacon and many like him are referred to as “zogos”, a derogatory term in Liberia used to refer to disadvantaged people who eke out a scanty living. Most of them struggle with homelessness, violence, and drug addiction #CryLikeaBoy
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Greta Thunberg and Angela Merkel triumph at the Women of Europe Awards
BioNTech founder Dr Özlem Türeci and grassroots activist Jenny Rasche were also recognised for their work.
Is AI changing the art world?
Exhibitions abound of works created by robots which sell for big sums, here are some examples of AI artists.
Spain steps up vaccine drive amid new COVID-19 variant fears
Since mid-November, nearly 200,000 Spaniards who were reluctant to get the vaccine at first have now finally taken the step.
Frontex plane arrives in northern France to combat people smuggling
The EU border agency aircraft was deployed a week after 27 migrants died when their dinghy deflated in the Channel.
Is the future of football financing in cryptocurrency?
With examples of football players now being bought, sold, and paid using Bitcoin, we ask the question, is football and crypto a match made in heaven?
Budapest embraces the Christmas spirit
Budapest's Christmas market is welcoming visitors for the first time since the start of the pandemic.
Pecresse and Ciotti vie for French right-wing presidential nomination
France’s main right-wing political party, the Républicains, picked two candidates to advance to a second-round as party members pick their presidential candidate.
This hi-tech sleeve could help you understand any foreign language
The device works by converting text into sound files that are then expressed in the sleeve via speakers.
Brain issues like strokes affect 1% of COVID patients, says new study
In the largest study to date on brain complications of COVID-19, researchers said the most common finding was a stroke due to clogged arteries.
COVID vaccines: Scientists may have solved mystery of rare blood clots
The AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccines are associated with extremely rare cases of blood clots - and now scientists think they may know what’s behind this.
OECD warns Omicron variant could be a 'threat to economic recovery'
"The economic priority is the vaccine," said the OECD, warning that the recovery from last year's post-pandemic slump is running out of steam.
Alexis Michalik brings Broadway to Paris with 'The Producers'
With famous lines like 'Springtime for Hitler and Germany...Winter for Poland and France,' how will Mel Brooks' classic go down in Paris?
Spicy delights shared at South Korea's annual kimchi making festival
More than 150 people joined Buddhist monks to prepare the traditional dish to give to South Korean families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.