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The EU to double its firefighting capacity ahead of 'intense' summer
The EU Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarcic says it is vital that the EU has more firefighting aircraft capacity in order to respond to another hot summer.
Europeans are the world’s heaviest drinkers: How do countries compare?
Among the 10 countries that drink the most in the world, nine are in the EU. But there are big differences between nations.
French police: Why their protest measures are so controversial
French police reject accusations of violence but protesters, journalists and experts decry the repeated use of weapons and restrictive preventative measures.
Greek voters face new election in June as New Democracy seeks majority
Greece faces new national elections, despite the ruling party securing around 40% of the vote in Sunday's general election.
Extreme floods 'not going to solve drought problem' across Europe
Europe's long winter drought has created a dry and impermeable soil that is no longer able to properly absorb rainfall water.
Putin accuses the West of trying to divide Russia
G7 leaders at the summit in Hiroshima announce new sanctions on Moscow while Putin accuses the West of trying to divide the people of Russian whose 'diversity is their strength'
Why are semiconductors at the heart of a ‘technology cold war’?
A trillion-dollar market, chips are at the heart of a tech ‘cold war’ growing in intensity. Here’s everything you need to know about the tiny electronic circuit that is powering modern technologies.
What is at stake for Europe as war in Sudan rages on?
Humanitarian concerns should trump geopolitics in our view of the current Sudanese civil war, Joseph Hammond writes.
'Another Cold War': Former UK PM warns of China threat
Liz Truss praised her successor Rishi Sunak for describing China as “the biggest long-term threat to Britain”.
Europe's mental health in data: Which country is the most depressed?
The world is grappling with a mental health crisis. In Europe, antidepressant consumption has more than doubled in the last 20 years.
Ten more countries qualify for the Eurovision song contest final
A good night for Sweden and a bad night for Ireland as 10 out of 15 countries qualify for the final of the Eurovision Song Contest.
The Ukraine war has tested pro-European sentiments. They remain strong
The war in Ukraine is putting Europe's commitment to openness, diversity, freedom, solidarity, and individual responsibility to the test, and it is not just Europe’s image that is at stake, André Wilkens and Paweł Zerka write.
Where in Europe is it best to be a working mother?
The gender gap in the workplace widens when women become mothers. Sociologist Marta Domínguez Folgueras explains what's needed to buck the trend - and who is doing most to improve the situation.
How are protests against France's pension reforms seen across Europe?
Europe has looked on in shock, confusion and admiration as France has taken to the streets over the country’s pension reform.
UK's 'draconian' anti-strike laws slammed across Europe
"Ever since Brexit, the UK’s standing in the world continues to decline and this [legislation] is another nail in the coffin," commented a Scottish MP.
European countries to boost gas imports from Azerbaijan
European countries are turning to the Caspian Sea for sources of natural gas, boosting imports from Azerbaijan to counter the impact of sanctions on Russian energy supplies.
Sudan crisis: Which European countries are evacuating their citizens?
As continued fighting raises fears that Sudan could plunge deeper into chaos, European governments are scrambling to get their diplomats and other citizens out.
Europe’s best steam train trips for a romantic rail adventure
Experience the true romance of slow travel on these historic steam train journeys in Europe.
Europe's best music festivals you might not have heard of
Missed out on tickets to Glastonbury or Coachella? No worries, here are some of the best music festivals across Europe you might not have heard with plenty of tickets left.
Skip the Eiffel Tower: Europe's under-the-radar sites you have to see
Europe's capitals are full of famous tourist attractions - but that doesn't mean you should visit them. Here's where to go instead.