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Athens says the move was necessary to alleviate pressure on the more than 32,500 migrants living in squalid camps on the Greek islands.
Despite there being laws in Hungary that protect LGBT people from discrimination, the recent bill to end legal recognition of transgender people passed by parliament would undermine such laws and leave transgender people open to prejudice.
The student's projects have become a vivid documentation of life in eastern Turkey through the eyes of children, as they focus on the subjects they find the most remarkable.
Environmentalists are sounding the alarm over a new type of marine pollution, courtesy of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Greek hotels are reopening and international flights will resume on June 15, with passengers from 'high-risk areas' subject to coronavirus testing and quarantine rules.
Nikol Pashinyan announced it only a few days after he called for tighter restrictions amid a critical situation in the country's hospitals due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Before the outbreak, just one in 10 people worked from home every day. But new research has found that almost 40% of EU citizens started working from home during confinement.
Belgium's Prince Joachim has apologised for attending a party in Spain which broke lockdown rules. A police investigation has been launched.
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Christo and his wife, Jeanne-Claude, famously cloaked Berlin's Reichstag, Paris's Pont Neuf and Australia's Little Bay in reams of fabric.
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Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo described this moment as a "renaissance". Restoration works will continue at least until 2024.
Michel Barnier said the UK had to respect "to the letter" the commitments it originally made as talks resume on Tuesday under no apparent sign of progress. Meanwhile, the UK has ruled out any extension of the Brexit transition period.
Worshippers are finally allowed back to holy spots from Rome to Mecca; India sees its deadliest week; South Korea suffers a new surge in infections. Follow us for all the latest on the coronavirus pandemic.
Violent clashes have spread over the weekend as protesters defied city curfews, amid widespread anger at the latest police killing of a black American.