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Europe’s worst passport: Why has Kosovo still not been given visa-free access to the EU?

Europe’s worst passport: Why has Kosovo still not been given visa-free access to the EU?

While most people in Europe and the Western Balkans can simply pack their suitcase, buy a ticket and grab their…
France faces third heatwave of the summer amid severe drought

France faces third heatwave of the summer amid severe drought

France is facing its third heatwave this summer with temperatures expected to rise from 38 to 40°C Twenty-six départements in…
Scholz ‘calls Putin’s bluff’ over turbine at centre of gas dispute with Russia

Scholz ‘calls Putin’s bluff’ over turbine at centre of gas dispute with Russia

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz inspected a mechanical turbine at the centre of a natural gas dispute and declared on Wednesday…
‘Left behind’: How war is hitting the disabled in Ukraine

‘Left behind’: How war is hitting the disabled in Ukraine

In July, Russian mortars rained down on a psychiatric home in northern Ukraine, while dozens of elderly and disabled residents…
France and parts of England experience driest July on record as new heatwave nears

France and parts of England experience driest July on record as new heatwave nears

France and southern and eastern England experienced the driest July on record, making already insufficient water resources even more scarce,…
Racist videos of Africans fuel a million-dollar industry in China

Racist videos of Africans fuel a million-dollar industry in China

On 18 July, Chinese filmmaker Lu Ke was charged with five counts of child trafficking after a viral BBC investigation…
Millions of Europeans unable to afford a week’s holiday, says trade union

Millions of Europeans unable to afford a week’s holiday, says trade union

Over 38 million European citizens are unable to afford one week’s holiday, according to Europe’s largest trade union. A study…
Dutch farmers worried by ‘unrealistic’ emissions reduction target

Dutch farmers worried by ‘unrealistic’ emissions reduction target

Farmers in the Netherlands fear they will be unable to meet the government’s emissions reduction demands, as it aims to…
Is public health messaging around Monkeypox homophobic?

Is public health messaging around Monkeypox homophobic?

A recent report which found that 98 per cent of confirmed Monkeypox cases were in LGBTQIA+ men has stoked a…
Top EU officials hacked by Israeli Pegasus spyware

Top EU officials hacked by Israeli Pegasus spyware

The European Union (EU) has found evidence that phones used by some of its top staff were hacked by Israeli…
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