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Carrie and Boris Johnson expecting second child after miscarriage heartbreak

Carey revealed she was pregnant and had a miscarriage earlier this year in an Instagram post on Saturday."Our rainbow baby is expected this...

Malta’s government must take responsibility for journalist’s murder, investigation finds

Caruana Galizia, a prominent Maltese anti-corruption journalist, was murdered in October 2018 after a bomb in her rented car was detonated by a...

Wildfire scorches Spain and causes ‘unprivileged disaster’ in Sardinia

Sardinia's local government declared a state of emergency on Sunday, describing it as a "disaster without precedence"."It is still not possible to estimate...

Thousands attend Pride event in Hungary as LGBTQ people face growing hostility

Andras Szolnoki, 55, an anthropologist in the eastern city of Debrecen, said he "joined the march in rebuke for Orban's regime and the...

Austria investigates reports of Havana syndrome among US diplomats in Vienna

"We take these reports very seriously and are working with US officials on a joint solution, in accordance with our role as host...

Belgium’s acting mayor of Lige tells residents to evacuate

Belgium's mayor called on residents to evacuate as water levels continue to rise. Source link

EU unveils ambitious climate package as it chills on fossil fuels

The package of measures looks to radically change the world's single largest trading bloc. It touches almost every area of ​​economic activity...

Orban wants a Chinese university in Hungary. Opponents see an opportunity to make nationalist rhetoric against them

But earlier the populist government of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán had announced a controversial plan. For a prestigious Shanghai university to open its...

Dutch crime reporter De Vries is fighting for his life after shooting

Police said three suspects, including a possible shooter, have been taken into custody. He declined to provide any details."He was seriously injured...

The Ukrainian military’s decision to march in high-heeled women soldiers sparked

Women from the Ukrainian armed forces will march in a parade to mark the 30th anniversary of independence from the Soviet Union on...

Charity says Mediterranean rescue mission in Italy blocked after ship seizure

In a press release on Sunday, the organization called for the "rapid release" of its search and rescue vessel "Geo Barents", which was...

Pope Francis undergoes surgery for ‘colon diverticulitis’

it comes a few hours after 84 year old pontiff, attended the traditional Sunday Angelus Prayer in St. Peter's Square.The Holy See Press...

Fire in Cyprus kills at least four in ‘unprecedented tragedy’

Four of the known victims of the fire have been identified as Egyptian citizens, Cyprus Foreign Ministry tweeted on Sunday.The fire broke out...

Vatican indicts 10 people, including a cardinal, in an international financial scandal

In a statement on Saturday, the Vatican said the investigation, which began in July 2019, was conducted by the Vatican in cooperation with...

Neutral Switzerland plans to buy dozens of US F-35 fighter jets

The $5.5 billion deal adds a 15th nation to the world's largest weapons project – a family of interconnected, single-engine jets used by...

EU plans to end closed animal farming

The European Commission has outlined plans to propose legislation that would phase out and eventually ban cages for farm animals, including rabbits, young...

Czech president calls transgender people ‘disgusting’

Hungarian law bans all educational materials and programs for children that are believed to promote homosexuality, gender reassignment and the concept of deviation...

EU brings into law net zero and emissions targets

The European Union and several other countries increased pledges to cut greenhouse gases and reach carbon neutrality at a virtual climate change summit...

Sweden’s prime minister resigns in view of no-confidence motion

Lofven loses confidence vote in parliament After the Left party withdrew its support on 21 June, frenzied talks broke out as both the...

French woman who murdered abusive husband is set free after sentencing

Valerie Becot was sentenced to four years in prison, of which three years were suspended. She was released because she had already...
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