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Polish opposition duo hacked with NSO spyware, digital researchers say
Citizen Lab could not say who ordered the hacks and NSO does not identify its clients, beyond saying it works only with legitimate government agencies.
Turkey's Erdogan announces moves to encourage lira savings
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday announced a series of measures to encourage lira-denominated savings, easing the pressure on the beleaguered Turkish currency.
Fashion Trends 2022: How will designers help us all feel good again?
From marvellous monochrome to micro-minis, Euronews looks at the forces driving the look of 2022.
Ghislaine Maxwell was dangerous predator, prosecutor says
The trial of Ghislaine Maxwell ended on Monday with a prosecutor labelling her a dangerous predator while a defence attorney maintained the socialite was innocent.
Queen Elizabeth II to skip Christmas trip amid Omicron surge
Queen Elizabeth II has decided not to spend Christmas at the royal Sandringham estate in eastern England.
Scotland could soon pardon thousands of women executed as witches
Nearly 4,000 people in Scotland were accused of witchcraft between 1563 and 1736, many of whom were tortured and executed.
Shaping Europe's skylines: 5 of Richard Rogers' greatest works
Following the passing of the famed British architect, we look back at some of the Richard Rogers originals shaping Europe's skylines to this day.
'I paint hope': Young Syrian painter dreams of a European escape
16-year-old Roaa Tanari has spent most of her life living among the ruins of Syria's war.
Could sending muscle cells to space help us age well?
The study, called MicroAge, is being conducted by UK researchers, who are seeking a better understanding of why muscles get weaker as people age.
Teargas, bullets fired at protesters during demonstration in DRC
Demonstrators converge on arterial roads in the eastern DR Congo city of Goma, setting up barricades and burning tyres and mobile phone box in the capital of the Nord Kivu province. At least one policeman died, as police fired tear gas and used live rounds to disperse the crowd.
Prosecutors begin explaining evidence at MH17 plane crash trial
On Wednesday, prosecutors will tell judges what punishments they want for the four suspects, with the maximum sentence being life imprisonment.
Afghans face hunger as country's economy in dire straits
The return of the Taliban to power has had disastrous consequences, with almost 98% of Afghans affected by the huge shortage of food plaguing the country.
Meet the inventor saving the lives of pregnant women across Uganda
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Japanese billionaire returns to Earth after 12 days on space station
Maezawa, his assistant and a Russian cosmonaut spent 12 days on the orbiting laboratory where the Japanese tourists documented their daily life aboard the ISS for Maezawa's popular YouTube channel.
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Truck runs into a US military vehicle in Germany
A truck ran into a U.S. military vehicle on a highway in Bavaria on Monday in what German police described as an accident. The military said there were no known injuries among U.S. personnel, but eight soldiers were taken to a hospital for a precautionary screening.
Hearing colours, sensing time: a day in the life of a cyborg artist
Spain-based artist Neil Harbisson was born completely colour blind, but these days a device attached to his head turns colour into audible frequencies.
Why are people floating on a frozen lake in the Arctic?
With tourists returning to Lapland after last year’s cancellations, a new experience is proving popular - arctic ice floating.
Rule of law in the EU: Is Slovenia following Hungary's path?
The European Parliament adopted a critical resolution on the backsliding of EU values in Slovenia, without the votes of the powerful EPP centre-right group.
Ice sculptors transform a Russian city into a winter wonderland
Working in subzero temperatures, ice sculptors have turned the Siberian city of Tomsk into a winter wonderland. It's all part of the Crystal Tomsk ice sculpture festival where 16 sculptor teams compete for a top prize.
Adidas says sorry after NFT minting blunder
The German sportswear maker cashed in on the NFT and Metaverse hype at the weekend, following rival Nike's moves into digital sneakers.
Classical crossover superstar Carlos Marín of Il Divo dies at 53
The Spanish operatic singer passed away at an English hospital after falling ill with complications from COVID-19.
French police have detected 182,000 fake COVID passes in six months
France first rolled out its COVID pass in late July. It is necessary to visit restaurants, bars, cultural venues, large events and long-distance public transport.
This enormous kite is dragging ships across the Atlantic Ocean
This innovative solution is one of a number being explored to cut the carbon emissions of shipping.
Meet the travellers who pay to get lost in the middle of nowhere
These trips offer mystery adventures for clients craving their very own ‘survivor’ experience.
Police uncover 455 social accounts encouraging Belarus-to-EU migrants
The social media accounts promoted illegal immigration by advertising the sale of counterfeit ID documents and visas or illegal transportation services.
What are ‘unicorns of the sea’ and why are they in danger?
The Arctic must not be turned into a shipping highway, say scientists, as narwhals are stressed by sounds up to 40km away.
Iceland's festive traditions and why they've stood the test of time
Icelandic festive traditions centre around the mischievous Yule Lads and their truly terrifying troll witch mother.
NGO sues French and British authorities over Channel migrant tragedy
French and British rescue services are accused of ignoring calls for help, failing to prevent the biggest loss of life during attempted illegal crossings of the Channel.
Uzbekistan set for second stage of reforms
As Uzbekistan prepares for the next stage of its reform programme, its leadership is says it will carry out a major restructuring of government, with some functions devolved to local authorities and others dispensed with altogether.