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Bikers dressed up as Santa Claus parade to raise donations for those in need
Some bikers wore a suit, a cap and a beard of Santa Claus, others only with the symbolic red cap, but all with the same solidarity travelled yesterday morning the main streets of Coimbra.
Travel in 2022: Is it safe to book a holiday for the new year?
With a new variant and more travel restrictions in place, we asked the experts whether it's wise to book a holiday for 2022.
Aye, have a dream: Scotland's renewed foreign policy push
“When the choice for Scotland is a pro-European, EU member state, independent Scotland, or a Boris Johnson Little Brexit Britain, I think people will vote yes [to independence]."
Serbia moves to defuse protests over Rio Tinto lithium mine
For two consecutive weekends, thousands of protesters in Belgrade and other Serbian towns have blocked main roads and bridges to decry the planned lithium mine near Loznica, close to the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bye-bye Angela: Six legacies that defined the Merkel era
Already feeling nostalgic about the Merkel era? Here is a look at the key legacies that defined her 16-year chancellorship — and will likely outlive it.
Migrant puppet in London as border control debated
A giant puppet of a Syrian refugee child created to symbolize millions of displaced children arrived on Tuesday in Parliament Square in London, as lawmakers debated a new bill on border control.
Twelve movies go head-to-head at the ArteKino Festival online event
The festival, an alternative to the film mainstream, will continue its screening until the end of December, with features in six different languages.
Belgium's system for asylum-seekers unable to cope as winter closes in
FEDASIL, the government agency that deals with asylum seekers, says it is in a race against time to help the people in need.
Three skiers killed and two injured in Austria avalanche
The skiers were hit by a 200-metre wide slab of snow as they ascended a slope in the Salzburg region.
Christmas in Europe: Here are the festive events going ahead this year
While many events are cancelled, there are still places to soak in some festive cheer this year.
US and European allies condemn Taliban over 'summary killings'
"We are deeply concerned by reports of summary killings and enforced disappearances of former members of the Afghan security forces," Washington and its European allies said in a joint statement.
Here are Europe’s 5 snowiest cities for a scenic winter break
If you’re looking for a winter wonderland to escape to this Christmas, here are the top five snowiest cities in Europe.
Court 'should dismiss' Hungary-Poland bid to stop EU cash conditions
Hungary and Poland are trying to stop EU cash handouts from being conditional on respect for rule of law and other key values of the bloc.
World AIDS Day: HIV diagnoses dropped by 24% during COVID-19 pandemic
In many countries, lockdowns have led to steep drops in HIV diagnoses, referrals to care services, and HIV treatment initiations, according to two reports.
South Africa slams travel bans over Omicron variant as 'unjustified'
South Africa's health minister says the travel bans over the new Omicron variant first detected in his country are "draconian", "unjustified," and contrary to WHO guidance.
Try these nature-filled destinations if South Africa was on your list
With travel bans returning to South Africa, we’ve rounded up some other great nature-filled destinations for holidaymakers.
Will European ski slopes stay open this winter?
With COVID-19 restrictions coming back across the continent, is your skiing holiday safe or is it best to wait to book?
Travelling to Germany? Here’s what you can and can’t pack in your bag
If you're planning on visiting family and friends in Germany this winter, here's what you can pack in your suitcase.
Illegal border crossings have risen beyond 2019 levels, says Frontex
The number of illegal border crossings is up 45% more than in 2019 but is still below the levels seen in 2015.
Europe and Central Asia 'could see 700k extra COVID deaths by March 1'
“Cumulative reported deaths are projected to reach over 2.2 million by spring next year, based on current trends,” WHO said in a statement.
Car sales in Europe hit record low due to microchips shortage
A recent shortage of microchips has severely disrupted the supply chain of the automotive industry, resulting in record low sales in October.
Chef Miguel Castro e Silva's chickpeas and wild mushroom stew recipe
The traditional Portuguese stew is rich and delicious, yet easy to prepare and can be prepared all year-round.
Over 300 migrants rescued off coast of Calabria
The Italian Coast Guard rescued over three hundred young men and boys, mostly from Egypt, in heavy storms as their fishing boat floundered off the coast of Calabria Saturday night.
Brussels raises eurozone growth forecast but warns over energy prices
This outlook depends heavily on two factors: the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic and the pace at which supply adjusts to the rapid turnaround in demand following the re-opening of the economy.
Why Bulgaria is the perfect destination for sunbathing and skiing
With seven mountain ranges and 378 kilometres of coastline, Bulgaria is the best destination for both winter sports and chilling out on the beach.
Romania sends patients to Italy as Croatia hits new COVID-19 record
The vaccination rate has slowed down in Romania. In other European countries, governments push for stricter measures against the unvaccinated amid soaring coronavirus infections.