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Rivers remain high in parts of northern and central Europe after heavy rain

Parts of northern and central Europe are continuing to grapple with flooding after heavy rain. This week’s floods have prompted the evacuation of dozens of...

Pro-Russia ex-PM leads party to win in Slovakia’s parliamentary elections

A populist former prime minister and his leftist party have won early parliamentary elections in Slovakia, staging a political comeback after campaigning on a...

EU hits Intel with €376.4m antitrust fine in computer chip case

European Union antitrust enforcers have slapped Intel with a fresh €376.4 million fine in a long-running legal fight which the chipmaker appeared to have...

Pope calls for Europe to welcome migrants during Marseille visit

Pope Francis has arrived in the French port city of Marseille to amplify his call for the Mediterranean to be a place of welcome...

Poland and Baltic states warn Belarus they will close border if provoked

Nato members Poland and the Baltic states will seal off their borders with Russia’s ally Belarus in the event of any military incidents or...

Water quality concerns halt Paris Olympics swimming test in the Seine

Another Paris Olympics test run in the River Seine was cancelled on Saturday because of concerns about water quality, in a fresh blow to...

Third person dies after explosion and collapse of Paris building in June

A woman in her 70s who worked at a design school has died as the result of an explosion in central Paris a month...

France and Italy send firefighting planes to Greece as wildfires burn

Italy and France are each sending two firefighting planes to Greece to help it cope with wildfires burning on multiple fronts around Athens, with...

Greta Thunberg charged with disobeying police during climate protest in Sweden

Greta Thunberg has been charged with disobeying police in connection with a protest in Malmo last month. The climate activist was detained with other protesters...

Facebook faces legal setback in EU court decision on data privacy and ads

Facebook lost a legal challenge on Tuesday at the European Union’s top court over a groundbreaking German antitrust decision that limited the way the...

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