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 2021-12-03 10:07 

Euronews

Bias, privilege and pessimism: Does anyone have the right to label a country as dangerous?...

Vivienne Dovi explains how countries generally thought of as 'safe' are only deemed so through the experiences of white travellers....

 2021-12-03 10:00 

Euronews

Sustainable travel: Search and book via these sites to cut your carbon...

More people than ever are interested in booking sustainable travel but knowing how to avoid 'tourism greenwash' can be hard....

 2021-12-03 09:28 

Euronews

France moves closer to punishing school bullying with prison sentences...

Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer has said that France has taken an "important step" to tackling bullying and harassment in schools....

 2021-12-03 08:51 

Euronews

Slavko Curuvija: Four ex-Serbian officers convicted of journalist's murder...

The four men were sentenced to a total of 100 years in prison for their involvement in the killing....

 2021-12-03 07:55 

Euronews

7 of the funniest animal photos ever taken: The best of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021...

From a monkey in a spot of bother to dancing bears, these photographs are combining conservation with comedy....

 2021-12-03 07:35 

Euronews

COVID in Europe: Germany targets unvaccinated as Austria extends lockdown...

Here's a round-up of the COVID situation across Europe, where countries are tightening restrictions amid a spike in cases....

 2021-12-03 07:00 

Euronews

Watch top news stories today | December 3rd Morning edition...

Catch up with the most important stories from around Europe and beyond - latest news, breaking news, World, Business, Entertainment, Politics, Culture, Travel....

 2021-12-03 06:54 

Euronews

Paris archbishop who had 'ambiguous' relationship resigns...

Pope Francis on Thursday accepted the resignation of the archbishop of Paris, who unexpectedly offered to step down last week after admitting to an "ambiguous" relationship with a woman in 2012....

 2021-12-03 06:48 

Euronews

IOC says it had 2nd video call with tennis player Peng Shuai...

The International Olympic Committee said it held a second video call with Peng Shuai but again didn't release any video or transcript....

 2021-12-03 06:14 

Euronews

Maxwell trial: Former Epstein staffer says teen accusers visited mansion...

Two women who accused Jeffrey Epstein of sexually abusing them as teens were repeated visitors to his Palm Beach mansion, a former staffer said at Ghislaine Maxwell's trial....

 2021-12-03 05:34 

Euronews

Pope to meet Cyprus' Orthodox leader to strengthen ties...

Pope Francis plans to meet with the leader of Cyprus' Greek Orthodox Church with the aim of further mending an ideological and political rift between the Catholic West and the Orthodox East that dates back nearly a millennium....

 2021-12-02 22:08 

Euronews

Pomp, punk and the pandemic see Angela Merkel out of office in Germany...

A song by East German-born punk singer Nina Hagen was among those requested by the outgoing Chancellor as she was treated to a traditional sendoff....

 2021-12-02 20:50 

Euronews

'Are we at war with Norway?' Brits mock 'sad' gifted Trafalgar Square Christmas tree...

Norway has selected and delivered one of its best Christmas trees to London every year since 1947 as a festive gift. What went wrong this year?...

 2021-12-02 20:48 

Euronews

Colombia seizes over 300 spiders and scorpions being smuggled to Europe...

Two German citizens were allegedly found smuggling the arachnids in over 200 plastic containers....

 2021-12-02 20:41 

Euronews

EU agriculture reforms clear final hurdle, but doubts still remain...

On Thursday the European Council rubberstamped the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reforms legislation, which will come into force on January 1, 2023. #BrusselsBureau...

 2021-12-02 20:37 

Euronews

US warns Russia about war threats in Ukraine as Blinken meets Lavrov...

The US Secretary of State warned of...

 2021-12-02 19:47 

Euronews

Cyprus vows to protect schools after overnight bomb attack in Limassol...

Cyprus' education minister said he would work with police to prevent similar "common criminal acts"....

 2021-12-02 19:44 

Euronews

Belarusian KGB used fake accounts to stir border tensions with Poland, says Meta...

Facebook's parent company also said it had removed dozens of fake Polish accounts that posed as migrants....

 2021-12-02 19:21 

Euronews

These scientists say they've managed to create the world's first 'living robots' that can reproduce...

Last year, a team of researchers made the living robots by incubating living stem cells from frog embryos. Now they've discovered that they are able to self-replicate....

 2021-12-02 19:03 

Euronews

'An act of kindness': Long-lost Yugoslav artworks returned to Bosnia by a Serbian collector...

More than 30 World War II-era paintings that were stolen from a museum in Jajce, in central Bosnia, finally found their way back home after a collector purchased them at a Vienna flea market....

 2021-12-02 18:45 

Euronews

How can 1.5 million-year-old Antarctic ice help us to predict the future of climate change?...

This ancient record of the Earth's atmosphere could hold invaluable clues about how our planet will respond to rising temperatures....

 2021-12-02 18:30 

Euronews

Exuberant and minimalistic - a thrilling "Rigoletto" with tenor Benjamin Bernheim...

Verdi's vibrant masterpiece Rigoletto is currently being staged at the Liceu in Barcelona. Musica caught up with French tenor Benjamin Bernheim. #Musica...

 2021-12-02 18:29 

Euronews

What is bottom trawling? Destructive fishing practice is rife in Spain, new report finds...

The protected status of Spain's coastal waters is...

 2021-12-02 18:22 

Euronews

COVID-19: Norway on guard over Omicron as dozens test positive after Christmas party...

Many of those present at a company Christmas meal were infected despite being vaccinated. The government has announced new national restrictions from Friday....

 2021-12-02 18:14 

Euronews

UN appeals for record 36 billion amid global surge in demand for aid...

The UN warns that needs are skyrocketing worldwide as the pandemic continues to rage, and climate change and conflicts push more people to the brink of famine....

 2021-12-02 18:09 

Euronews

Meet the Romanian prisoners taking to the stage at this year's theatre festival...

Every winter, inmates from Romanian jails begin rehearsals for an on-stage production performed at the 'Liberation Through Culture' festival. Organisers say it's an immense help to what they do with the rest of their sentences....

 2021-12-02 18:00 

Euronews

'Not seen as a man': Liberia's street-dwelling zogos struggle with stigma...

Pacon and many like him are referred to as "zogos", a derogatory term in Liberia used to refer to disadvantaged people who eke out a scanty living. Most of them struggle with homelessness, violence, and drug addiction #CryLikeaBoy...

 2021-12-02 17:27 

Euronews

Greta Thunberg and Angela Merkel triumph at the Women of Europe Awards...

BioNTech founder Dr zlem Treci and grassroots activist Jenny Rasche were also recognised for their work. #BrusselsBureau...

 2021-12-02 17:20 

Euronews

Is AI changing the art world?...

Exhibitions abound of works created by robots which sell for big sums, here are some examples of AI artists....

 2021-12-02 17:06 

Euronews

COVID-19: Spain steps up vaccine drive amid Omicron variant fears...

Since mid-November, nearly 200,000 Spaniards who were reluctant to get the vaccine at first have now finally taken the step....

 2021-12-02 17:00 

Euronews

Watch top news stories today | December 2nd Evening edition...

Catch up with the most important stories from around Europe and beyond - latest news, breaking news, World, Business, Entertainment, Politics, Culture, Travel....

 2021-12-02 16:57 

Euronews

Frontex plane arrives in northern France to help fight people smuggling...

The EU border agency aircraft was deployed a week after 27 migrants died when their dinghy deflated in the Channel....

 2021-12-02 16:51 

Euronews

Is the future of football financing in cryptocurrency?...

With football players being.......

 2021-12-02 16:49 

Euronews

Budapest embraces the Christmas spirit...

Budapest's Christmas market is welcoming visitors for the first time since the start of the pandemic....

 2021-12-02 16:41 

Euronews

Omicron in Europe: Which countries have detected cases of the new COVID variant?...

Here's a round-up of the Omicron variant situation across Europe, where countries are tightening restrictions amid a spike in cases....

 2021-12-02 16:17 

Euronews

An 'intelligent sleeve' made by Dutch students could help you understand any foreign language...

The device works by converting text into sound files that are then expressed in the sleeve via speakers....

 2021-12-02 16:11 

Euronews

Brain problems affect 1% of hospitalised COVID-19 patients, new study finds...

In the largest study to date on brain complications of COVID-19, researchers said the most common finding was a stroke due to clogged arteries....

 2021-12-02 16:05 

Euronews

Are countries in Europe are moving towards mandatory vaccination?...

Here's a look across Europe at the conversation on mandatory vaccines....

 2021-12-02 16:03 

Euronews

Scientists may have solved the mystery linking rare blood clots to Astra-Zeneca, J&J COVID vaccines...

The AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccines are associated with extremely rare cases of blood clots - and now scientists think they may know what's behind this....

 2021-12-02 15:43 

Euronews

OECD warns Omicron variant could be a 'threat to economic recovery'...
 2021-12-02 15:41 

Euronews

Alexis Michalik brings Broadway to Paris with a take on 'The Producers'...

With famous lines like 'Springtime for Hitler and Germany...Winter for Poland and France,' how will Mel Brooks' classic go down in Paris?...

 2021-12-02 15:36 

Euronews

Spicy delights shared at South Korea's annual kimchi making festival...

More than 150 people joined Buddhist monks to prepare the traditional dish to give to South Korean families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic....

 2021-12-02 15:32 

Euronews

IKEA store in Denmark hosts snow-stranded customers overnight...

Six customers and several employees were stranded by the snowstorm and spent the night sleeping on IKEA's showroom beds....

 2021-12-02 15:24 

Euronews

Valerie Pecresse and Eric Ciotti vie for French right-wing presidential nomination...

France's main right-wing political party, the Rpublicains, picked two candidates to advance to a second-round as party members pick their presidential candidate....

 2021-12-02 15:09 

Euronews

Fashion 2022: How are designers getting to grips with the metaverse?...

Early experiments in the virtual realm might feel like a gimmick, but there's goodreason to believe this is more than a passing fad....

 2021-12-02 15:03 

Euronews

Germany targets unvaccinated ahead of push for mandatory COVID jabs...

People without the jab won't be able to access non-essential shops, restaurants, places of culture or leisure -- ahead of a draft law on mandatory vaccination....

 2021-12-02 14:41 

Euronews

Austria's ex-chancellor Sebastian Kurz retires from politics...
 2021-12-02 14:39 

Euronews

Giant lego menorah in Budapest...

Hungarian Jews celebrated Hanukkah by lighting candles on a Lego menorah in their Buda Castle religious house....

 2021-12-02 14:32 

Euronews

Scientists are mapping the world's fungal networks for the first time - here's how...

Is underground climate science the next frontier? The founders of a new project to map and protect Earth's fungi think so....

 2021-12-02 14:28 

Euronews

US travel restrictions: Tighter testing requirements in place from next week...

The US is tightening its travel rules in response to the omicron variant....

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