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We look back at the top stories from around Europe that you need to know about today.
The number of police officers in Europe has slowly decreased in recent years, new figures from the bloc's statistics division revealed.
Euronews brings you the latest news and updates as they happen this morning.
British counter-terrorism police are investigating a stabbing attack at a train station in northern England on New Year's Eve that left three people injured.
Police are looking for a vehicle and its occupants after they ram into others to escape a supermarket car park.
A would-be thief in Norway called the police for help after being trapped inside the car he was suspected of trying to steal on Christmas Eve.
A man with a gun robbed a bank in Svalbard. He was a visitor to the area, authorities said
Police hope the technology will help to tackle violent crime, while privacy campaigners say it turns people into "walking ID cards".
The vandalism appeared after a bill to legalise abortion services passed all stages in the Irish senate.
French police are hunting down a gunman gunman who killed three and injured 11 in Strasbourg on Tuesday evening.
An employee improperly filled in the cash machine resulting in the mix-up.
A Swedish appeals court toughened the sentence for a Frenchman at the centre of a sex scandal that forced the postponement of this year's Nobel Prize in Literature.
The new 'godfather' of the Sicilian mafia, Settimo Mineo, was arrested on Tuesday along with 45 other suspected mobsters.
The 8-metre-tall 'Knife Angel' sculpture, made of 100,000 blades confiscated by the British police, highlights the country's knife crime.
"Golfe, mer, falaises vertes" was painted by the French impressionist master in 1895. It's estimated to be worth between €120,000 and €160,000.
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini is behind a crackdown on "illegal" villas inhabited by members of the Casamonica mafia clan - an organised crime group with Romani roots.
Republic of Northern Macedonia
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have issued an extradition order for former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, who they say has fled the country to “avoid justice”.
Euronews spoke to a legal expert about what powers the agency has, and what cases it has been involved in.
Italian authorities have raided a suspected international dog trafficking ring, moving the puppies from eastern Europe into Italy