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.
“Now, there’s a new fight,” Valérie Bacot said as she emerged to applause outside the courthouse. “A fight for all the other women and against all abuse.”
Police in Catalonia suspect the man died after becoming stuck in the dinosaur statue’s back leg while trying to retrieve his phone.
The suspect has links to Belgium's military and the far-right. He is reportedly armed with a machine gun and a rocket launcher.
A record number of people arrived in the Spanish enclave of Ceuta from Morocco after Moroccan border guards reportedly stood down.
‘Saffron is total bullshit, it's like buying drugs, you must have a spice dealer you trust,’ said a French-Iranian chef who refused to be identified while discussing what he called the ‘saffron mafias.’
Animal rights groups have blamed Prince Emanuel von und zu Liechtenstein over the death of a 17-year-old male brown bear during a hunting trip in Romania.
Milos Zeman, one of Europe’s most pro-Kremlin leaders, cast doubt on the findings of his country’s own security and intelligence agencies, to the benefit of Russia. Remind you of anyone?
The stable economic powerhouse at the heart of the European Union is also home to the continent's biggest, and wildest, anti-lockdown movement.
Screenwriter Jakub Żulczyk made the comment after Poland's president appeared reluctant to accept that Donald Trump had lost the US presidential election.
Europol, the EU’s law enforcement agency, said it was assisting one member state in investigating counterfeit vaccines being sold on the black market.