Belgian authorities claim to have intercepted a whopping $1.7 billion of cocaine in the industrial port of Antwerp.
After initially resigning, the politician is now reportedly saying he was just scratching skin fungus on his groin.
An Italian tank shot in the complete opposite direction of its target, hitting a chicken coop on a nearby farm instead and killing at least 50 hens.
Warehouse workers and delivery drivers are striking in Italy marking one of the biggest actions of its kind in Europe.
While some accuse Lego of using legal campaigns to choke out competition, others claim the company is legitimately protecting its intellectual property.
The companies, as well as Telegram and TikTok, are facing fines in a bid to coerce them into taking down videos depicting protests demanding the release of dissident Alexei Navalny.
Students are using HDMI cables and hidden phones to cheat on exams administered through invasive proctoring software like Proctorio.
An investigation in Sweden discovered low-quality audiobooks where narrators can be heard falling asleep and entire chapters of books are missing.
Dutch tax authorities used algorithms to automate an austere and punitive war on low-level fraud—the results were catastrophic.
Researchers are running pilot festivals mandatory COVID-testing, location trackers, and temperature checks.
While child victim organizations are calling for quick action, privacy groups are pointing the dangers of mass surveillance.