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 2021-01-18 22:49 

Euronews

Norway: No link established after post-COVID-19 vaccination deaths, says health authority...

Norway has stressed that there was no established link between the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine and the deaths of elderly people who had been vaccinated....

 2021-01-18 21:42 

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Portugal ramps up lockdown rules amid surging coronavirus cases...

Stricter lockdown rules have been introduced in Portugal amid surging coronavirus cases, with the pandemic setting grim records there and across Europe....

 2021-01-18 20:23 

Euronews

US man hid in airport for three months due to COVID pandemic fear...

A man has been arrested after hiding in Chicago's airport for three months due to his fear of flying during the coronavirus pandemic....

 2021-01-18 20:21 

Euronews

EU-US relations under Biden won't be the same as before Trump, top official says...
 2021-01-18 20:08 

Euronews

Russia expels two Dutch diplomats in tit-for-tat move...

Russia's Foreign Ministry says that two Dutch diplomats will be expelled from the country in retaliation for a similar measure taken by the Netherlands in December....

 2021-01-18 20:00 

Euronews

EU diplomats on how the bloc is preparing for Biden after four years of Trump...

EU diplomats share their views on what Trump meant for the transatlantic alliance and how Biden could help repair cut ties....

 2021-01-18 19:02 

Euronews

Kosovo artist creates Joe Biden portrait using grains and seeds...

An artist in Kosovo made a portrait of the US President-elect using grain and seeds ahead of his inauguration this week....

 2021-01-18 18:51 

Euronews

Istanbul skids and slides to a halt as snow blankets Turkish city...
 2021-01-18 18:45 

Euronews

'Brexit carnage': UK fishing sector protests extra red tape outside EU...

British fishing communities were among the strongest supporters of Brexit. But now some are protesting against the extra red tape it has brought....

 2021-01-18 18:33 

Euronews

Why do so few people in France want to take the COVID-19 vaccine?...

Just 40% of French people say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if available, making the country one of the most vaccine-hesitant in the world....

 2021-01-18 18:17 

Euronews

Navalny 'not cut from the same cloth' as other politicians in the West...

"Alexei Navalny's ideas and hopes for his country come before his own personal ambitions and safety," Red Notice author Bill Browder told Euronews....

 2021-01-18 17:50 

Euronews

Adrinet: an initiative exorcising the Mediterranean's 'ghost nets'...

Adrinet is a EU Cohesion Policy funded initiative that is helping to remove 'ghost nets' from seabeds in the Meditteranean. Its goal is to protect marine ecosystems and educate about the dangers of plastic pollution in the sea. #SmartRegions...

 2021-01-18 17:30 

Euronews

Heavy snowfall and extreme cold sweeps over Europe...

Temperatures plummeted to -28C in some places....

 2021-01-18 17:30 

Euronews

Japan's human-centred smart cities enhancing well-being...

Japan is rapidly understanding the opportunities that smart cities can provide to help an aging population and to enhance general well-being. We take a look at two Japanese smart towns and their different solution-oriented smart projects....

 2021-01-18 17:07 

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What impact will a Biden presidency have on coal-dependent Poland?...

Some believe President-elect Joe Biden will be more critical of Poland than Donald Trump...

 2021-01-18 17:00 

Euronews

Did the coronavirus pandemic alter the course of climate change?...

Conservationist Jane Goodall, Environmentalist and UN Youth Advisor Nathan Mtnier, Copernicus climate scientist Carlo Buontempo, and WMO emissions expert Oksana Tarasova , are hosted by Climate Now presenter Jeremy Wilks in this live Euronews YouTube deba...

 2021-01-18 16:54 

Euronews

Dutch police arrest 'around 100' at anti-government COVID-19 demonstration...

Police in Amsterdam turned a water cannon on hundreds of demonstrators who were taking part in an authorised protest against the Dutch government and its coronavirus measures....

 2021-01-18 16:32 

Euronews

'Catastrophic moral failure': WHO chief slams COVID vaccine rollout...

The WHO director-general said rich countries buying up all the doses of COVID vaccines was a...

 2021-01-18 16:30 

Euronews

Is the pandemic having an impact on climate change?...

2020 ends what was the warmest decade on record. But haven't the lockdowns linked to the pandemic lowered pollution? Euronews' Jeremy Wilks takes a look at the events of the past year and their positive and negative effects on climate change. #Cli...

 2021-01-18 16:29 

Euronews

'A coming together of factions': Why the storming of the US Capitol happened...

The events of January 6 were not a one-off. They were the culmination of various pro-Trump factions coming together...

 2021-01-18 16:07 

Euronews

Italy's coalition can 'hold its head high' Conte tells MPs as he tries to avoid government collapse...

Guiseppe Conte is fighting for political survival after former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi pulled his party's support from the government last Wednesday....

 2021-01-18 16:02 

Euronews

The future of wine: Israel's desert vineyards show us how to cope with a changing climate...

Overcoming harsh growing conditions, desert winemakers have some lessons for Europe's warming wineries....

 2021-01-18 14:58 

Euronews

Why has Amsterdam's oldest gay bar renamed itself IKEA?...

Clue: It's got nothing to do with meatballs or flatpack furniture....

 2021-01-18 14:35 

Euronews

Turning off your camera in video calls could cut carbon emissions by 96%...

Did you know? Streaming videos adds to the carbon, water and land footprints of your internet usage....

 2021-01-18 14:30 

Euronews

Who are some of the key figures nominated to be in Joe Biden's cabinet?...

Here's a look at some of the key Cabinet members nominated to work in Joe Biden's incoming administration....

 2021-01-18 14:26 

Euronews

Bavaria makes FFP2 masks mandatory in shops and public transport...

Starting next week, Austria will introduce a similar rule nationwide....

 2021-01-18 12:14 

Euronews

Tunisian police continue to clash with protesters as poverty still rife 10 years after revolution...

Sunday was the third consecutive day of unrest a decade on from the revolution that ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali...

 2021-01-18 12:07 

Euronews

French Muslim leaders approve 'charter of principles' backing country's secular values...

The French Council of Muslim Worship (CFCM) also backed the creation of a council that will vouch imams preaching on French soil to reduce interference from other countries....

 2021-01-18 11:34 

Euronews

Brexit 'loophole' allows UK to ignore EU ban on plastic waste exports...

A 'loophole' means the UK will continue exporting waste to countries such as Malaysia, Pakistan and Vietnam....

 2021-01-18 11:21 

Euronews

People struggling to find COVID vaccination appointments in France despite eligibility expansion...

France is expanding the eligibility for people to get their COVID-19 vaccines. Around 6 million people can now have the jab. Those over 75 can have their first dose along with anyone in a high-risk group, such as those with serious health conditions....

 2021-01-18 11:20 

Euronews

Australian Open: Tennis stars hit out at COVID isolation measures as controversy mounts...

Posts on social media show tennis players hitting balls across the walls of their hotel rooms in a bid to stay in shape ahead of the tournament....

 2021-01-18 10:46 

Euronews

UK closes travel corridors, now all passengers require pre-departure negative COVID-19 test...

All passengers will still be required to quarantine for up to 10 days on arrival but the isolation period can be cut short with a negative test after five days....

 2021-01-18 10:40 

Euronews

COVID-19 vaccinations in Europe: which countries are leading the way?...

With vaccinations underway in the majority of Europe, who is making the fastest progress?...

 2021-01-18 09:19 

Euronews

Eurostar is 'in peril' and needs UK government help, say British firms...

Services of the cross-Channel train have dropped to just one train a day between the British and French capitals amid tightened border controls....

 2021-01-18 07:53 

Euronews

Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong handed prison sentence over bribery scandal...

Lee will now serve two and a half years in prison for his involvement in a bribery scandal involving then South Korean president Park Geun-hye....

 2021-01-18 07:03 

Euronews

Self-sufficient hideaways: From private islands to Italian farms...

Would you go on a 'cultivacation'? Turns out it's the next big travel trend......

 2021-01-18 06:59 

Euronews

Death toll from tribal violence in Sudan's West Darfur region rises to 83...

The incident is likely to destabilise the already fragile security situation in the country as international peacekeepers have already begun a phased withdrawal....

 2021-01-18 06:41 

Euronews

Biden inauguration: FBI vetting National Guard troops amid fears of insider attack...

The move comes following the events at the Capitol, after which several on and off-duty police officers and active military personnel were arrested for participating in the siege....

 2021-01-18 00:06 

Euronews

How did the moments before Alexei Navalny was arrested in Russia unfold?...
 2021-01-17 21:57 

Euronews

Families of Soviet Gulag prisoners still waiting for compensation in long-running legal battle...

The families victims who suffered Stalinist repression are still waiting for compensation 30 years after the collapse of the former Soviet Union...

 2021-01-17 21:23 

Euronews

Watch: Russian opposition leader Navalny kisses wife before being detained in Moscow airport...

Navalny's detention at passport control in Russia was widely expected but the opposition leader brushed off concerns saying he was...

 2021-01-17 18:04 

Euronews

Hundreds of animal footprints found on Florence's medieval cathedral roof...

Rather than intrepid animals scaling the building to walk on the roof, it seems the creatures walked across the terracottas when they were originally made....

 2021-01-17 17:18 

Euronews

Music producer Phil Spector, who invented 'wall of sound', dies aged 81...

Spector, who revolutionised pop with his...

 2021-01-17 17:05 

Euronews

Ancient temple, tombs and coffins unearthed by archaeologists in Egypt...

Archaeologists have unearthed an ancient treasure trove of tombs, coffins and mummies in a vast necropolis south of Cairo in Egypt....

 2021-01-17 16:16 

Euronews

At least two dead after cargo ship sinks off Turkey in Black Sea...

A Turkish official said emergency workers had saved at least six crew members and found the bodies of two others....

 2021-01-17 16:11 

Euronews

Biopic film Slalom looks at sexual harassment in sport...
 2021-01-17 15:10 

Euronews

NASA 'megarocket' test aborted after system computers shut down engines...

A test of NASA's new SLS megarocket was aborted after computers automatically shut down engines after a little over a minute...

 2021-01-17 14:56 

Euronews

Residents on island of Java clear up ash from Mount Semeru volcano...

Indonesia is home to about 130 active volcanoes because of its position in the...

 2021-01-17 14:26 

Euronews

Poisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny set to fly back to Russia...

Navalny has blamed his nerve agent poisoning in August on the Kremlin, but Moscow has repeatedly denied playing a role....

 2021-01-17 13:44 

Euronews

Number of bodies found after Indonesian earthquake rises to 56...

Buildings were reduced to piles of bricks and all that remained of a shopping centre was a crumpled shell....

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