Valery Giscard d’Estaing, the president of France from 1974 to 1981 who became a champion of European integration, died on Wednesday.
The protest comes as the French government proposes "random border checks" to be put in place over the holiday season targeting people trying to get to foreign resorts.
Dogged by in-fighting, Israel's fragile coalition government is gearing up for a fourth election in two years after three previous polls produced inconclusive results.
Hormone blockers are drugs that can pause the development of puberty and are sometimes prescribed to help children with gender dysphoria by giving them more time to consider their options.
The Slovenian Journalists Association said they were "outraged" at the decision, saying it was an attack on independent journalism.
The future of some 12,000 retailing jobs in Britain hangs in the balance after the failure of Debenhams, one of the country's oldest department stores.
Slovakia was rocked by the murders of journalist Jan Kuciak and Martina Kusnirova in February 2018.
It's estimated an emergency food parcel could be handed out every nine seconds to people across the country.
The Trussell Trust, which supports more than 1,200 food banks across the UK, said its network
The unemployment rate for the bloc was at 7.6% in October 2020, up 1% compared to October 2019.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says the Premier League should have a clear protocol for when there is a clash of heads or concussion.
Speaking at the Web Summit von der Leyen explained how the Commission intends to rewrite the digital market rulebook for small start-ups as well as big platforms.
A new trend is picking up pace as a result of lockdown restrictions. Getting out of the city...
Speaking to Euronews, German Marshall Fund Vice President Ian Lesser, said NATO's original mission hasn't changed.
"That's about countering Russia's very significant force posture and that's very meaningful for the alliance - that hasn't gone away.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam were sentenced to jail on charges related to an unauthorised anti-government protest last year.
UK Health Minister Matt Hancock announced that the country is the first to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
Britain, Ireland, and at least a dozen states have made similar declarations.
Latvia's space technology tradition dates back to Soviet times when Sputnik - the first man-made satellite to orbit the Earth - was launched in 1957.