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Investigation launched into Chinese facemasks labelled ‘Made in Austria

Austria was one of the world's first countries to make FFP2 masks compulsory in shops, schools, and on public transport

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Myanmar coup: ‘Stop murdering protesters,’ says UN as death toll hits 54

"It is utterly abhorrent that security forces are firing live ammunition against peaceful protesters across the country," said UNHR chief

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Will COVID-19 spark reform of the EU’s borderless Schengen Area?

Euronews looks at recent border restrictions prompted by coronavirus variants and what they mean for the future of free movement

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Alexei Navalny: US sanctions Russian officials over nerve-agent attack

Washington targeted seven mid-level and senior Russian officials along with more than a dozen government entities.

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Harry Dunn crash death: US civil lawsuit can proceed, judge rules

The judge in Virginia had last month already rejected the defendant's argument that the case should be tossed out in

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Explosion damages COVID-19 testing centre in the Netherlands

In January, a COVID-19 testing centre in the town of Urk was set on fire by rioters opposed to the

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Greece earthquake: 6.2-magnitude tremor near Larissa felt in Western Balkans

The earthquake was felt in neighbouring countries North Macedonia, Kosovo, and Montenegro.

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Sweden stabbing: Eight people injured after suspected terrorist attack, say police

Police in Sweden say eight people were attacked with an "axe" in Vetlanda in a suspected terrorist incident.

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Scientists discover glow-in-the-dark sharks off New Zealand

They say that the findings had repercussions for our understanding of life in the deep sea; one of the least-studied

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‘Bloodiest day’: At least 38 anti-coup protesters killed in Myanmar, says UN envoy

Security forces in Myanmar escalated their crackdown on protests against last month’s military coup, with at least 38 people killed

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Police tighten security amid fears of fresh plot to breach US Capitol

"We have obtained intelligence that shows a possible plot to breach the Capitol by an identified militia group on Thursday,

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Dutch sex workers protest asking government to let them get back to work

The Dutch government allowed many workers in "contact professions", such as barbers and masseurs, to reopen their businesses but sex

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France dissolves far-right group Generation Identity

The French government has dissolved the far-right group Generation Identity, interior minister Gérald Darmanin announced.

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Watch: Dolly Parton sings COVID-themed version of ‘Jolene’ as she gets vaccine

"Vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, I'm begging of you please don't hesitate," Dolly Parton crooned before receiving a dose of the

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Slovakia’s frontline staff under strain as country records world’s highest COVID-related death rate

"We have approximately 650 workers, 100 of them are currently on sick leave because of COVID and 70% of them

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US yard sale find turns out to be 15th century Chinese artifact worth over €400,000

The piece, one of only seven such bowls known to exist in the world, will be up for auction in

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Japanese billionaire seeks eight creatives for paid-for moon flight

Yusaku Maezawa and his guests could become the first lunar voyagers since the last Apollo mission in 1972.

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Serbia sends vaccines to neighbour Bosnia amid row over COVAX delays

The COVAX scheme has delivered millions of doses of coronavirus vaccine to African countries this week, but officials have admitted

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Austria and Denmark team up with Israel for next generation COVID-19 vaccines

The initiative comes amid growing frustration over delays in the EU's vaccine rollout.

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Sahara dust and traffic lead to air pollution alerts in France

Parts of France are experiencing high levels of air pollution amid a storm bringing dust from the Sahara Desert over

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