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The EU Digital Services Act, which comes into force this week, is leading to big changes in how Internet giants operate in Europe.
Greece wildfires: Firefighters uncover the burned bodies of 18 people
Firefighters on Tuesday found the burnt bodies of 18 people believed to have been migrants who had crossed the Turkish border into an area of northeastern Greece where wildfires have raged for days.
Tenerife firefighters hope to have its wildfires under control
Hundreds of firefighters have been responding to the blaze on the Spanish holiday island of Tenerife as extreme weather brings a 40-degree heatwave to Switzerland
Spies like us: How does Russia's intel network operate across Europe?
With many of Russia's intelligence officers kicked out of embassies in European capitals in the last 18 months, the Kremlin has resorted to other methods to keep their spy networks alive.
Norway in summer? Extreme heat is changing how people travel in Europe
Heatwaves in southern Europe are causing travellers to seek out cooler destinations this summer.
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European scouts to flee South Korean world jamboree ahead of typhoon
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