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Environmentalists are sounding the alarm over a new type of marine pollution, courtesy of the coronavirus pandemic.
Michel Barnier said the UK had to respect "to the letter" the commitments it originally made as talks resume on Tuesday under no apparent sign of progress. Meanwhile, the UK has ruled out any extension of the Brexit transition period.
Greek hotels are reopening and international flights will resume on June 15, with passengers from 'high-risk areas' subject to coronavirus testing and quarantine rules.
Violent clashes have spread overnight on Saturday as protesters defied city curfews, amid widespread anger at the latest police killing of a black American.
Too many people are throwing coronavirus masks and gloves into recycling bins in Portugal when they shouldn't, the country's biggest recycling centre warns.
When Datteln 4 did finally open on Saturday it was met by some 500 protesters. But it's likely to close in just 18 years.
Protests and riots have flared overnight in cities across the US even though a Minneapolis police officer has been charged with murder over the killing of black American man.
The European Commission’s proposed €750-billion coronavirus recovery fund should also help make the bloc’s economy more green and fit for the digital age, Executive Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis tells Euronews.
The desire to ease restrictions in Italy, France and Germany is tempered by anxieties about the ongoing risk of coronavirus infection, an exclusive Euronews survey shows.
The US President signed an executive order directs executive agencies to ask for review of social media companies' liability protections.
The world has been looking to South Korea as a model for how to handle COVID-19. But a fresh spike in cases is putting that reputation at risk.
Brussels has long voiced concerns over the threats to judicial independence in Poland but the European Council has not taken any formal action to suspend the country's voting rights.
Russia's deaths-to-infections ratio is far lower than in other countries. Doctors and activists say the number of fatalities is much higher.
Pro-democracy supporters in Hong Kong have criticised the national security law and say it goes against the “one country, two systems” framework.