'I'm still afraid': Domestic abuse survivor on why walking away is not easy

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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.
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Unreported Europe investigates the mysterious origins of COVID-19 and asks whether we should start preparing for future pandemics.
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Crop-killing locust swarms spotted across three continents

East Africa, South Asia, and now South America: three continents are suffering plagues of locusts. The swarms of insects have been devastating food supplies.
Why isn't there one unified sign language in the Middle East region?

Why isn't there one unified sign language in the Middle East region?

There are approximately 72 million deaf people worldwide, using more than 300 different sign languages, according to the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD).
Why does Emirati entrepreneur Sara Al Madani say no to female empowerment & yes to failure?

Why does Emirati entrepreneur Sara Al Madani say no to female empowerment & yes to failure?

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Migrant medical staff from the Middle East help fight COVID-19 in Europe

Migrant medical staff from the Middle East help fight COVID-19 in Europe

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: Maduro expels EU ambassador after Brussels imposes sanctions

Venezuela: Maduro expels EU ambassador after Brussels imposes sanctions

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".
Macron names Jean Castex as new French Prime Minister after Edouard Philippe's resignation

Macron names Jean Castex as new French Prime Minister after Edouard Philippe's resignation

Castex is the mayor of Prades, a town in the Pyrenees, and has been overseeing the exit from France's coronavirus lockdown.
Coronavirus: EU launches legal action against 10 countries over cancelled flights compensation

Coronavirus: EU launches legal action against 10 countries over cancelled flights compensation

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.
Khashoggi killing: Turkish court puts Saudi suspects on trial in absentia

Khashoggi killing: Turkish court puts Saudi suspects on trial in absentia

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.
US sets global record with 53,000 coronavirus cases in one day

US sets global record with 53,000 coronavirus cases in one day

More than 53,000 cases were recorded on Thursday and they are still on the rise in 40 of the country’s 50 states, on the eve of the 4th July weekend.
Montenegro becomes first country in Balkans to legalise same-sex civil partnerships

Montenegro becomes first country in Balkans to legalise same-sex civil partnerships

MPs in Montenegro approved same-sex partnerships amid efforts to push forward with joining the European Union.
Hagia Sophia Museum: Court to rule if Istanbul landmark should be a mosque again

Hagia Sophia Museum: Court to rule if Istanbul landmark should be a mosque again

Regular religious services have not been held there since 1934 when modern Turkey's founding president Mustafa Kemal Atatürk signed an order converting the building into a museum. But a legal challenge claims the signature was forged.
Swine flu with pandemic potential discovered in China

Swine flu with pandemic potential discovered in China

Researchers said that 10 per cent of swine workers they tested were positive to the new virus. For now, there is little evidence of human to human transmission.
'Better to have no deal' if Britain continues Brexit stance, says former Irish PM

'Better to have no deal' if Britain continues Brexit stance, says former Irish PM

John Bruton told Euronews that there were elements in Britain's governing Conservative Party who wanted to 'wreck' the European Union
Russia referendum: Vladimir Putin now able to extend his rule until 2036

Russia referendum: Vladimir Putin now able to extend his rule until 2036

Ballots from three-fourths of Russia's precincts have been counted, revealing 77.6% of voters have so far approved the Russian president's proposed amendments to the 1993 constitution.
Work begins to unearth Norway's first Viking ship discovery in a century

Work begins to unearth Norway's first Viking ship discovery in a century

Archaeologists believe the war ship had up to 35 rowers and could have carried up to 100 men on board
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan vows to curb social media in Turkey

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan vows to curb social media in Turkey

Alleged insults were directed to his daughter and son-in-law when they announced the birth of their fourth child on Twitter.
'World's largest seizure of amphetamines': Italy finds haul of ISIS-made drugs near Naples

'World's largest seizure of amphetamines': Italy finds haul of ISIS-made drugs near Naples

The haul is worth about €1 billion and came in the form of 84 million Captagon tablets
Hong Kong: Johnson and Raab promise 'new route' to UK citizenship for British nationals

Hong Kong: Johnson and Raab promise 'new route' to UK citizenship for British nationals

The UK Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab made statements on Hong Kong in parliament on Wednesday.
Hachalu Hundessa: Internet shutdown in Ethiopia amid unrest at singer's killing | #TheCube

Hachalu Hundessa: Internet shutdown in Ethiopia amid unrest at singer's killing | #TheCube

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Hong Kong police make 'dozens of arrests' under new security law

Hong Kong police make 'dozens of arrests' under new security law

Police say they have detained dozens of people at a protest for Hong Kong independence after warnings were issued to the crowd.
'Build build build!': Boris Johnson sets out 'new deal' on infrastructure to boost UK economy

'Build build build!': Boris Johnson sets out 'new deal' on infrastructure to boost UK economy

Boris Johnson delivers a speech outlining his government's plans for nationwide economic recovery after lockdown due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
EU 'very seriously concerned' as China adopts national security law for Hong Kong

EU 'very seriously concerned' as China adopts national security law for Hong Kong

The legislation is aimed at curbing subversive, secessionist and terrorist activities, as well as foreign intervention in the city's affairs. It follows months of anti-government protests that at times descended into violence in Hong Kong last year.