Anatoly Antonov had been recalled to Moscow for consultations in March after Joe Biden labelled Vladimir Putin as "a killer" in an explosive interview.
The UN is focusing on greater inclusion for World Refugee Day. Euronews spoke to a Syrian charity worker in the UK on how this could be achieved.
Poland still has a chance to advance in Group F after a second-half equalizer in a game that also set a new record for youngest player on the pitch at the European Championship.
About 100 people descended on Maljevac, Croatia to call for an end to pushbacks and the dissolution of EU border agency Frontex.
Protesters in Madrid end a month-long campaign to demand recognition for the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic as tensions rise between Morocco and Spain
Firefighters were battling a huge blaze at the Moscow warehouse on Saturday, which is said to have covered at least 150 square metres.
A year ago Poland's LGBT community faced a backlash from ruling conservative politicians, local communities and the church.
Portugal's Rúben Dias and Raphaël Guerreiro both scored own-goals to put the Germans ahead 2-1 at halftime.
A man in his 40s has been arrested on suspicion of murdering the 34-year-old former marine, who moved to the country in 2019.
A new museum dedicated to German civilians forced to flee eastern Europe at the end of World War II opens next week after decades of wrenching debate.
Over 1,000 women from across Turkey hold a rally in Istanbul, urging President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reverse his decision to withdraw from an anti-violence treaty ahead of a formal exit on July 1.
The key stories of the week, captured by photographers around the world.
The opening ceremony on July 23rd is just over a month away, and many Japanese remain sceptical about holding the games amidst a global pandemic.
Thousands of Ethiopian Orthodox believers dressed in white celebrate the anniversary of Saint Michael in Bahir Dar, the capital city of the Amhara region, the second-largest, in northern Ethiopia.
The human rights organization says Judge Ebrahim Raisi should be investigated for his part in the 1988 mass killings of political prisoners in Iran.
The United Nations has adopted a resolution that calls for a halt to arms sales to Myanmar in response to a violent post-coup crackdown by the military
About 10,000 people have descended on England's first major festival since the pandemic began amid concerns over a rise in Delta variant infections.
Cruising around the La Villette basin in Paris, the Mobula 8 boat "can suck up waste" in rivers, such as plastics and hydrocarbons according to The SeaCleaners association.
The EU's foreign policy chief has castigated Lebanese politicians for not yet having formed a new cabinet since the August 2020 Beirut Port explosion as the country teeters on the brink of financial collapse.
A court in Hong Kong has denied bail to two Apple Daily newspaper executives over allegations of endangering national security.