A 57-year-old man was found dead in a forest in central Slovakia with deep wounds on his body.
"The very good results recorded no longer justify it," said Prime Minister Jean Castex as he announced that the unpopular Covid curfew would be scrapped on Sunday. Wearing a face mask outdoors will no longer be compulsory starting Thursday.
The UK prime minister is accused by the opposition Labour leader of failing to tighten restrictions on travel from India quickly enough to curb the variant.
To celebrate those who work so hard for a better society, and incentivise the pioneers of the future, the European Patent Office (EPO) annually holds the European Inventor Award.
Thomas Pesquet from the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA's Shane Kimbrough will venture out of the ISS at around 14:00 CEST on Wednesday and Sunday.
The new escalation of violence comes after hundreds of Israeli ultranationalists, some chanting “Death to Arabs,” paraded in east Jerusalem.
MacKenzie Scott, citing wealth gap, has given $2.7 billion (€2.2 billion) to 286 organisations.
The US and Russia acknowledge the relationship between the two nations is dismal ahead of the two presidents' meeting.
Former Formula One driver and 13-time Grand Prix winner David Coulthard was driving his Red Bull F1 car, while 2018 Red Bull Air Race World Champion Martin Sonka inverted his plane just a few meters away from the Formula 1 car.
US President Joe Biden was given a tour around the lantern-shaped Europa building in Brussels, by European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
Facebook, Google, Twitter, and others can be challenged by watchdogs in any EU member state, not just its lead regulator in Ireland, the bloc’s top court has ruled.
Scotland fans are in a jubilant mood in Glasgow despite a 2-0 loss to the Czech Republic in the opening round of the Euro 2020.
Europe's largest active volcano erupted overnight, providing a dramatic display for people in the nearby town of Zafferano Etnea.
Hungarian MPs on Tuesday adopted a law banning any content portraying or "promoting" homosexuality or sex reassignment to anyone under 18.
The real Line of Duty? This case has drawn parallels with BBC's hit crime series, which follows a special unit investigating police corruption.
The French subsidiary of the home furnishings giant Ikea was found guilty of spying on union representatives, employees and some unhappy customers in the country.
Over half of Europeans believe that their government is controlled by private interests, according to the latest report by Transparency International.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison reached an agreement on the deal during negotiations in London on Monday, Australia's trade minister said.
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said a preliminary probe "determined that there is a reasonable basis to believe that the crime against humanity of murder has been committed" in the Philippines.
Spain controlled possession but couldn't convert any of their chances as Sweden held them to a 0-0 draw in Seville.