Thanos Plevris, the man in charge of Greece's pandemic response, has apologised if comments he made about Auschwitz while defending his own dad from Holocaust-denial offended any Jewish people.
Michal Dord was “one in thousands” of Roma newborns separated from their parents in the Czech Republic, the last EU country to institutionalise babies rather than place them in foster care.
In a historic move, the Czech Republic will finally offer compensation to women, mostly Roma, who were unlawfully sterilised. But victims told VICE World News nothing will undo the pain doctors inflicted upon them.
Some conservative officials are critical of the measure even though there’s fairly high—and somewhat bipartisan—support for the measure.
Authorities have shut clubs and banned restaurants from playing music due to COVID outbreaks, as locals complained of sick tourists with nowhere to stay.
The death of Peter R. de Vries has shocked the Netherlands and is raising new questions about the lengths organised crime gangs controlling access to the world’s biggest cocaine market will go to target their opponents.
Peter R. de Vries died one week after being shot in the head as he left a TV studio in central Amsterdam.
In a case that has shocked Greece, a police officer is accused of abducting a 19-year-old woman from her father – who is also alleged to have sexually abused her over a number of years.
Despite being one of the wealthiest countries in the world that spends 11.3 percent of GDP on healthcare, women in France say they have experienced shocking levels of obstetric violence during pregnancy and childbirth.
Peter R. de Vries is said to be fighting for his life in hospital. The 64-year-old has long been the subject of threats from underworld organised crime figures.
A new law banning educational materials in schools seen as promoting homosexuality or gender change has sparked protests but also a fresh backlash against LGBTQ people in Hungary.