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Will a new French-Italian pact reshape Europe post-Merkel?
Paris and Rome signed a landmark cooperation pact on Friday after years of bitter disputes. Can Europe's new bromance steal the show from the French-German couple?
Watch: Belarus' opposition leader urges EU to respond with 'values'
The Belarusian opposition leader tells Euronews the only way to solve the ongoing border is to dismantle the regime of Alexander Lukashenko.
Women in power: How many European countries have female leaders?
As Sweden appoints its first female prime minister, we take a look at the proportion of women in positions of political power across Europe.
Parties to reveal coalition deal they hope will propel them into power
The centre-left Social Democrats have been negotiating with the Green party and the pro-business Free Democrats since narrowly winning a national election in September.
In Istanbul, a leadership election exposes Interpol's bitter divide
'You can't buy respect,' said the Czech candidate for Interpol president, Sarka Havrankova, about her rival UAE candidate, Ahmed Naser Al-Raisi.
Belarus' Lukashenko says EU should take in more migrants
Lukashenko called on the EU to take in 2,000 migrants stranded in Belarus. The EU says Belarus has lured migrants to the country as part of a "hybrid attack" on the bloc.
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Europe's week: Belarus border crisis dominates agenda
Tensions between Minsk and Brussels continued to simmer over migrants attempting to cross into the bloc.
Poland confirms Belarus border camp cleared as migrants given shelter
The latest moves are being seen as a sign that Lukashenko is now keen to defuse the crisis the EU and the West accuse him of orchestrating.
Germany to introduce tighter restrictions on unvaccinated, says Merkel
Under the new rules, unvaccinated people -- even if they tested negative for COVID-19 -- will see their access to many public venues restricted.
Belarus: Iraqi migrants caught in border tensions fly home
374 Iraqi migrants boarded the first repatriation flight that left Minsk on Thursday amid severe border tensions with Poland.
Fourth wave of COVID-19 hitting Germany with 'full force', Merkel says
"The fourth wave is hitting our country with full force," Merkel said.
Lukashenko and Merkel agree to EU talks over Belarus migrant crisis
The announcement for Belarus-EU negotiations comes a day after the bloc announced it would issue a fifth raft of sanctions over the border crisis.
Families mourn young migrants who died at Belarus-Poland border
A Syrian teenager who died trying to cross the frontier was buried in Poland on Monday, while the bodies of two Iraqi men were flown home.
'Grab it fast. I beg you': Merkel's jab plea amid record German cases
"Now it (the vaccine) is here, and all we have to do is grab it," said Merkel. "Grab it fast. I beg you, join in and try to convince relatives and friends, too."
COVID-19: Merkel urges holdouts to get vaccinated as cases surge
“If we stand together, if we think about protecting ourselves and caring for others, we can save our country a lot this winter,” Merkel said.
Dutch leader announces 'unpleasant' three-week partial lockdown
The partial lockdown, which begins on Saturday night, will see bars, restaurants and supermarkets close at 20:00 and non-essential stores shut their doors at 18:00.
Belarus: Lukashenko threatens to cut gas supplies over EU sanctions
Belarus' autocratic leader has suggested he may halt gas supplies from Russia to Europe via its territory.