UEFA rejected Munich's request to have its stadium filled with rainbow colours during Germany's match with Hungary, to protest at Budapest's new law branded homophobic by rights groups.
The United Nations' Human Rights chief called for "concerted action" to recover from "the most wide-reaching and severe cascade of human rights setbacks in our lifetimes."
The match at the Johan Cruyff Arena was the 122nd and last international for North Macedonia captain Goran Pandev.
Former pupils of Treloar's College infected with HIV and hepatitis in the 1970s and 80s through NHS-sanctioned treatments have given evidence at a statutory inquiry into the disaster.
The mayor of the English city has called Monday's sudden travel ban "insulting" while Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon insisted the decision was based on local COVID-19 figures.
The discovery of almost 800 treasures came after specialist officers tracked down an ancient tombstone to a Belgian art dealer's home.
The German competition watchdog announced that it was opening an investigation against US giant Apple for "possible anticompetitive practices".
Three people were injured, including "a 28-year-old man with very serious injuries", in the collapse of two buildings in the old town of Bordeaux on Sunday night.
The former Conservative MP accused Sweden of stealing Poland's heritage during a 17th-century war.
Pro-independence protesters demonstrate outside Barlcelona's Opera house as PM Sanchez delivers major speech inside
Up to 10,000 local fans will be allowed in each venue for the Olympic Games. But fan attendance may be stopped completely if COVID cases rise again
The Catalan politicians and activists were imprisoned for their part in a 2017 push for independence from Spain.
The bodies of an Italian man and woman were discovered in Lake Garda on Sunday, with the tourists under investigation for alleged manslaughter.
A Turkish prosecutor is demanding that the 40,500-member party be dissolved and about 450 members barred from office over alleged links to outlawed Kurdish group the PKK.
A few hundred people held in-person ceremonies at the ancient stone circle in England while bonfires were lit and folk festivals held in other parts of Europe for the longest day of the year.
A wild elephant broke into a house in the Thai resort town of Hua Hin in the early hours of Sunday, pushing its head through the kitchen wall and using its trunk to scrounge for salty snacks.
Ukraine, Austria, Denmark, Finland and Russia could all go through tonight. Belgium and the Netherlands will. North Macedonia definitely won't.
Ebrahim Raisi, a conservative hardliner, was elected president of Iran last week.
The U.S. Defense Department says the U.S.S. Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier completed a set of scheduled Full Ship Shock Trials in the Atlantic Ocean on Friday.
Federal German prosecutors said the suspect worked at a university in Germany and accuse him of meeting three times with Russian intelligence.