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Moldovan winemakers look to EU after sales to Russia, Ukraine decline
'Mariupolis 2', by director killed in Ukraine, premieres at Cannes
Scores injured, 13 critical after storm sweeps across parts of Germany
Russia cuts gas supplies to Finland for 'refusing to pay in roubles'
Russia claims victory in Mariupol as last Azovstal fighters surrender
Austria to lower hurdles for LGBT+ citizens to donate blood
UK 'miscalculating' over unilateral action to override Brexit treaty
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Former North Macedonia Prime Minister given fourth prison sentence
Concern for medic who filmed Mariupol horror, captured by Russians
Azov Battalion evacuates dead after ending Mariupol steelworks defence
Three migrants dead and ten missing in shipwreck off Tunisian coast
'Extremist' audio clips removed from SoundCloud in Europol operation
Mariupol escapees 'have to pass through Russian filtration camps'
Sweet sixteen: Belgium lowers voting age for European elections
Ex-chancellor Gerhard Schröder quits Russian energy giant Rosneft
Germany backs plans for €9-a-month local transport pass
Two paragliders killed amid strong storms in Germany
Prosecutor asks for life sentence for Russian war crimes soldier
Son of victim of Paris attacks calls trial suspect a 'rotten banana'
Ukrainian troops surrendering at Mariupol registered as POWs
G7 countries pledge billions for Ukraine 'to get through this'
'No reason' for Ukraine refugees to arrive in UK illegally, says Patel
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Five sailors drown after tugboat sinks off Italian coast of Bari
The vessel had been heading for Albania when it sank, according to the Italian coast guard.
Three arrested over ATM explosions that netted gang nearly €1 million
They are accused of using stolen vehicles and explosives to attack ATMs during the night to steal money.
Amnesty demands over €400m in damages from FIFA for Qatar workers
NGOs have accused Qatar of abusing migrant workers ahead of the World Cup.
Danish MPs block state secrets charges against former defence minister
Claus Hjort Frederiksen had been accused by prosecutors of illegally disclosing "highly classified information".
EU's population decreases partly due to COVID-19, latest figures show
The natural population change — the difference between live births and deaths — tanked in 2020 to -2.5, likely due in part to the pandemic which has claimed the lives of over a million people across the EU.
Germany’s top court approves vaccine mandate for health workers
Judges said the need to protect vulnerable people in hospitals and care homes outweighs any infringement of workers’ rights.
'Historic day': EU sets mandatory gas storage level for winter supply
EU member states will need to have their gas storage facilities filled at 80% capacity before next winter, according to a new draft law.
Dutch PM Mark Rutte questioned after deleting text messages for years
According to Dutch law, certain government correspondence must be kept for public accountability.
MEPs demand sanctions on Schröder over his ties with Russian firms
Gerhard Schröder still holds positions at Rosneft, Russia's leading oil company, and Nord Stream AG.
Kyiv slams 'second-class treatment' after Scholz dashes fast EU hopes
It comes after Scholz had said there are no shortcuts to Ukraine's EU membership bid.
Finland and Sweden 'meet every NATO requirement', says Biden
Welcoming the two countries' leaders to the White House, Joe Biden said their NATO membership will enhance security. But Turkey has doubled down on its opposition.
German IS bride given two-year suspended prison sentence
The court found her guilty of being a member of a terrorist organisation but cleared her of crimes against humanity.
Swiss woman charged over 'jihadist-motivated' knife attack in Lugano
Two people were injured in the attack at a department store in November 2020.
Four employees sentenced over deadly 2017 gas explosion in Austria
The court found that the workers had "failed to comply with their safety obligations".
Florence bar fined €1,000 after police called over 'expensive' coffee
The customer had been annoyed at having to pay €2 for an espresso.
Brussels wants to help EU countries with defence spending
The EU treaties forbid the Commission from financing military projects.
German town orders cats to be kept indoors to save rare birds
Walldorf has ordered pet owners to keep their cats indoors during the crested lark's breeding season.
Two Kosovo war veterans imprisoned for witness intimidation
It is the first verdict handed down by the Kosovo Specialist Chambers after it was established in 2015.
Man charged over Norway bow-and-arrow attack pleads guilty to murder
Five people were killed in the attack in Kongsberg in October.
Russian gymnast given one-year ban for wearing pro-war Z symbol
The 20-year-old has been told to return the bronze medal he won at the World Cup event.