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The European Public Prosecutor's Office will soon be able to investigate crimes related to the European budget in Member States as Europe steps up its efforts to fight corruption.
Scientists are investigating the appearance of pink ice in an Alpine glacier in northern Italy – looking at the relationship between algae growing inside it and climate change.
International AIDS Conference 2020: How the coronavirus crisis is hitting the fight against HIV/AIDS
UNAIDS has warned that coronavirus-related disruptions in HIV treatment could result in half a million excess deaths in sub-Saharan Africa.
In 2015, ISIS ravaged the Syrian archeological site of Palmyra. Five years on, Italian conductor Riccardo Muti leads a concert honouring the UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Nobel Prize museum in Stockholm has reopened for the first time since March with a new exhibition called "Contagious" that focuses on pandemics.
Around 17 people, including journalists, were detained after protesting against criminal charges faced by Russian journalist Svetlana Prokopyeva.
Six people and three companies have gone on trial in France, accused of exploiting migrants to harvest grapes for major winemakers in the Champagne region in 2018.
East Africa, South Asia, and now South America: three continents are suffering plagues of locusts. The swarms of insects have been devastating food supplies.
There are approximately 72 million deaf people worldwide, using more than 300 different sign languages, according to the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD).
Migrant communities from the Middle East and North Africa have been helping fight the COVID-19 pandemic in European nations to offset staffing shortfalls.
Venezuela's president ordered the EU envoy to leave after the European Council hit 11 more officials with sanctions for "undermining democracy and the rule of law".
Castex is the mayor of Prades, a town in the Pyrenees, and has been overseeing the exit from France's coronavirus lockdown.
The European Commission says too many passengers whose flights were cancelled amid the COVID-19 pandemic have not been refunded on time or have been offered only vouchers, in violation of EU rules.
A Turkish court is trying in absentia two former aides of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and 18 other Saudi nationals over the 2018 killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.