From the factory floor to prison, Lyon Biennale moves into uncharted territory

From the factory floor to prison, Lyon Biennale moves into uncharted territory

One of Europe's leading contemporary art events, the Lyon Biennale, embraces the metro area and the entire region.
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Coronavirus: Hard-hit Sweden admits it could have battled COVID-19 better

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Charges filed against three officers who watched as George Floyd died

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Coronavirus latest: Austria opens borders to neighbours - except Italy

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'Come November, we will remember' George Floyd, says Rev Jesse Jackson

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Coronavirus latest: Italy reopens borders to Europe

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Italy reopens borders - but will tourists travel there?

Italy reopens borders - but will tourists travel there?

Italy reopened its borders to European travellers on Wednesday, as the country attempts to rescue its tourist industry.
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Thousands of migrants face eviction in Greece sparking fears over homelessness

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Athens says the move was necessary to alleviate pressure on the more than 32,500 migrants living in squalid camps on the Greek islands.
George Floyd killing: Protests continue to rage as autopsy finds he died of asphyxiation

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The autopsy found he died of asphyxiation due to neck and back compression. Meanwhile, police struggle to bring the protests under control as Trump calls on local authorities to "dominate the streets".
Coronavirus latest: Bars, cafes and restaurants reopen in France

Coronavirus latest: Bars, cafes and restaurants reopen in France

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US police violence: A few bad apples or systemic racism?

US police violence: A few bad apples or systemic racism?

President Donald Trump's national security adviser dismissed claims of systemic police racism, blaming a few bad apples.
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'They've taken three steps back': Barnier points finger at UK ahead of Brexit talks resumption

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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.
Greece reopens to tourists, with coronavirus tests on arrival

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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.
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George Floyd killing: Violence and fury hit US cities in 'widest unrest for decades'

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Violent clashes have spread overnight on Saturday as protesters defied city curfews, amid widespread anger at the latest police killing of a black American.
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Environmentalists in dismay as Europe's newest coal-powered plant opens in Germany

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