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Angela Merkel reportedly planning a political autobiography
One of Germany's longest serving leaders has not yet made her future plans clear, but one close adviser says a book documenting her premiership's highs and lows is a priority.
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Europe's week: Scholz inauguration and French EU presidency
Germany's first socialist-led government in 16 years finally got to work on Wednesday.
Booster dose raises protection against Omicron, UK study shows
Nearly 2,200 confirmed cases of the Omicron variant have now been detected in about 60 countries worldwide.
Four Bulgarian parties agree to form centrist-led government
PP leader Kiril Petkov, 41, will be the coalition's nominee for prime minister.
Germany has foiled planned Islamist attack, says security officials
A 20-year-old Moroccan-German suspect was detained by police in August after trying to buy weapons online.
France is leading Europe’s push to conquer a new frontier in space
A collective of French space experts wants to embark on a new kind of space conquest with a new European satellite constellation.
Israel rescue centre release sea turtles back to sea
The Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Centre releases two sea turtles that were injured during a fishing incident earlier this year back to sea, following treatment and full recovery, in HaBonim Beach near Israel's northern city of Haifa.
Polish investigation refutes Belarusian claims about diverted flight
The plane was diverted to Minsk, where Belarusian opposition figure and journalist Roman Protasevich was arrested.
What a labour lawyer had to say about firing 900 US workers over Zoom
The boss of Better.com coldly dismissed 900 people in a Zoom call. Heavily criticised, Vishal Garg has apologised but maintains the collective layoff.
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Deliveroo riders are not employees, Belgian court rules
A Belgian court has just denied a group of belgian deliveroo riders the right to be classed as employees but a new proposal from the European Commision could overhaul platform worker’s rights across Europe.
What does Meta’s Horizon Worlds metaverse look like?
It is the first attempt at releasing a product since its rebrand from Facebook and is in line with CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s vision of the “metaverse”.
Sonic Art: Visit the gallery that puts sound at the centre of creation
Meet the curators of a gallery in which there is nothing to see, but a lot to hear.
A factory showed the uglier face of Sino-Serbian partnership | View
Last month, the treatment of Vietnamese workers building Serbia's first Chinese tyre factory caused a scandal. The government must uphold the rule of law no matter how attractive the investment, writes Vuk Vuksanovic of the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP).
Chopin's last piano gets its 19th century magic back
The last piano Frederic Chopin ever played is currently being restored in the Polish capital. The historic instrument is being given back its original mid-19th century characteristics using expert knowledge and a lot of patience.
McDonald’s new solar powered restaurant branded ‘McGreenwash’
Hot on the heels of the McPlant burger, the chain has unveiled its first net zero build. But what about its biggest emission sources?
This €4.8 million floating mansion is making life at sea sustainable
The ‘liveable’ luxury yacht harvests rainwater and solar power to help you stay afloat sustainably
European Film Awards: Finalists showcase the diversity of Europe
Last year's European Film Awards also took place as a virtual event, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Meta’s Whatsapp trials crypto payments in the US
Novi said the aim of the payment system is to help millions of people who cannot access global financial systems.
Bulgaria's vaccine battle: the mistrust driving COVID's surge
Bulgaria has the lowest rate of vaccination in the EU. Euronew's Julian Lopez investigates why the push to get more Bulgarians vaccinated has shaken the country to its core.
Filipino protesters destroy Duterte effigy at march in Manila
Hundreds of protesters marched in Manila on Friday and marked International Human Rights Day by destroying an effigy of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte.
Hungarian court avoids ruling on EU law primacy in migration case
The Hungarian Constitutional Court said it could not rule on whether EU law took precedence over Hungary's constitution.
Could using Viagra prevent Alzheimer’s disease?
Don't be surprised if the doctor prescribes Viagra for your memory losses: scientists claim that the little blue pill could improve brain health and reduce the risk of developing dementia or Alzheimer's disease by 69 per cent.
'Final straw': Croatia's president accused of playing down war crimes
Once one of the most progressive voices in the country, Zoran Milanović has come under heavy criticism for a number of populist statements, culminating in the minimisation of wartime ethnically motivated murder in Zagreb.
Watch: Germany's new chancellor makes first official trip to Brussels
Olaf Scholz makes his first visit to Brussels as German chancellor.
Journalists Dmitry Muratov and Maria Ressa receive Nobel Peace Prize
The two journalists were recognised by the Nobel Committee for their "courageous fight for freedom of expression in the Philippines and Russia".
Dozens of migrants are evacuated from a camp under Paris ring road
Dozens of migrants and asylum seekers who had taken refuge in a tunnel under the French capital's ring road are being evacuated by the police to accommodation facilities in the suburbs and the surrounding region.
Sundance 2022 boasts biopics, gamechanging debuts, and a Kanye doc
America's biggest film festival will see viewers returning in-person after 2021's virtual event, with a rollercoaster of emotions in store.
Sustainable European livestock means a balance of trade-offs |View
The EU's agriculture policies are transforming the continent's livestock sector. But trade-offs must be carefully managed to prevent disaster, writes Didier Delmotte, president of the European Federation for Animal Health and Sanitary Security.
Bulgaria's vaccination rate is the lowest in the EU
Only 26.4% are fully vaccinated.