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The street value of the drugs is estimated at around €33 million.
It hasn't escaped attention in the Western Balkans that it is Muslim-majority states such as Albania and Kosovo that have struggled to find a welcome in Brussels.
A hospital fire killed 13 in India amid a surge in COVID-19 infections and oxygen supply shortage in the country.
The SpaceX launch, delayed from Thursday due to poor weather, will deliver four astronauts to the International Space Station with a recycled capsule and rocket.
Protesting fishermen said Thursday night's demonstration was "a warning shot", and threatened to "move up a gear" if the EU didn't act on the issue.
A frantic search is underway for the vessel as officials warn that it has less than 24 hours of air remaining.
Pope Francis urged world leaders to do more to make society greener, fairer
The organisers of Russia Fashion Week are not trying to keep up with Paris and Milan. Their main aim is to find young talent.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has indicated he wants them to be ready by May 17th.
The diplomat's wife had been accused of shoplifting by two store employees before the incident.
As a consequence of the war, thousands of Ukrainians have no access to clean drinking water. They rely on NGOs for water deliverances, as the pipelines have been tangled up in the seemingly endless fighting on the eastern front.
The Scandinavian country became the first in Europe to ditch the jab, despite the European Medicines Agency insisting the benefits of the vaccine outweigh the risks.
A suspect has been arrested after seven people were injured in a stabbing incident at an asylum-seekers centre in the Netherlands.
Dishes include lobster with quinoa and dehydrated Breton seaweed, and salmon and eggplant.
A former employee of a Swedish LGBT organisation was convicted of raping four migrants and two more charges of sexual assault.
France has issued an international arrest warrant for the suspect who allegedly helped organise eight-year-old Mia's abduction on April 13.
Turkey doesn't accept international rules when it comes to exploratory drilling for gas in the eastern Mediterranean, Greece's foreign minister has told Euronews.
Chinese performance artist Kong Ning dressed in a gown made of red balloon lips on Thursday to draw attention to environmental causes on Earth Day
Norway's Health Ministry said the doses would be returned if the country resumed use of the AstraZeneca jab.
Long COVID has left people suffering with ongoing symptoms like extreme fatigue and brain fog.