State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Hacker Hunter Next Level
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
Digital Garden City Nation
Under The Hood
More about this topic
the global conversation
Global Conversation: Andriy Shevchenko on Russia's invasion of Ukraine
More about this topic
Google outage: Where can users go when the search engine is down?
After a brief outage on Tuesday night, users questioned what alternatives they have to Google. Here are just some other options.
Russian who burned passport in war protest faces extradition back home
“The case against him is a way for the Russian state to take revenge and repress another opponent of the regime in Russia,” said his wife Olga Gyurova.
Iran nuclear deal is 'yes or no', no renegotiations possible, EU says
"There is no more room for other compromises," a Commission spokesperson said.
EU secures 15 million more doses of Moderna's adapted COVID vaccine
The European Commission secured an additional 15 million doses of vaccine boosters from Moderna adapted for the Omicron variant.
More than half of diseases are being made worse by climate change
A team of researchers has found that extreme weather events caused by climate change favour the spread of pathogens and make most viruses and bacteria stronger.
Hollywood A-listers visiting Ukraine: are they making a difference?
Oscar-winning actress Jessica Chastain is the latest in a long line of celebrities who have visited Ukraine and met President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. But can these meetings be dismissed as glorified photo-ops or are they part of a wider strategy?
Why are golf courses given a free pass during France’s water bans?
As France faces severe drought, the country's golf courses are escaping water bans.
Brussels and Warsaw in new tussle over post-COVID recovery fund
The general secretary of Poland's ruling party said they were prepared to aim "all our cannons in our arsenal" on the Commission and if needed form a coalition to unseat Ursula von der Leyen as Commission President.
Watch: Here's how the price of electricity is set in the EU
The price of electricity varies widely depending on the energy source used to generate it.
Can robots trick us by acting like humans?
The researchers have found that subtle behaviours could potentially help robots interact better with humans in the future.
Finland and Estonia call for EU ban on tourist visas for Russians
In response, former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev compared Estonia's PM Kaja Kallas to a "Nazi".
Rescuers move to save whale stranded in the River Seine near Paris
The whale, first spotted in the River Seine last week, is dangerously thin and on the brink of death.
Spain strikes: Urgent warning to anyone with Ryanair flights booked
Cabin crew have begun five months of strike action but Ryanair believes it will have minimal impact on flights.
AI Song Contest: The Eurovision for machine composers
What goes into a contest-winning, AI-written song? Months of work by data scientists, programmers, and musicians.
Amid inflation and a cost of living crisis, is cash making a comeback?
As prices rise, the UK Post Office has seen record levels of cash withdrawals. But does this mean people are turning more to cash and away from cards?
Greek PM 'did not know' about opposition politician wiretap
Mitsotakis said the wiretap of Nikos Androulakis was wrong.
Thousands evacuated in southern France due to new wildfires
One blaze was reportedly started by a metal piece of tractor machinery.
France drought: Loire river so low it can be crossed on foot
With an early heatwave in June and an unusually hot and dry month of May, the bed of the Loire has reached a lower level than usual, so much so that the river can be crossed on foot in certain places.
Endless summer: Cyprus has one of Europe's longest beach seasons
Even beaches that are adjacent to big resorts become unspoiled sandy stretches where there are more sea turtles than people towards the end of summer.
HIMARS: The high-tech rocket system the US is sending to Ukraine
Ukraine will receive more HIMARS in the US' latest military aid package. But what are these high-tech rocket systems and how important are they?
Death of girl on Albanian beach sparks protests against government
Jonada Avida, 7, died after an off-duty police officer struck her with a jet ski while she was playing at the beach with her father.
Two years after Belarus election, 'torch of freedom' still burning
The 9 August 2020 elections -- believed to have been rigged by strongman President Alexander Lukashenko -- sparked unprecedented protests, leading to a crackdown against opponents of the regime and tens of thousands of arrests.
Ukraine war: Five key developments to know about today
From Ukrainian troops advancing around Kharkiv to the Pentagon's latest Russian casualties estimate, here is what you need to know about the Ukraine war this Tuesday.
Inflation: What are governments doing to ease the financial pain?
As record inflation bleeds the pockets of people dry with rising living costs, can your government do anything to help? This is what some are doing.
This paper battery with a water switch could help cut electronic waste
The team behind the paper battery say it could be used for smart labels, environmental sensors and even medical devices.
Toxic levels of 'forever chemicals' found in breast milk and tap water
There are calls for a crackdown on chemical pollution after potentially toxic levels of PFAS were found in breastfeeding mothers in France.