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27  novembre     17h44
Spanish police protest plan to reform unconstitutional gag law
   Critics of the Citizens Security Law passed by the previous conservative government in 2015 say it gives too much power to security forces.
    19h42
Big names star in Day 2 of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam 2021
   Day 2 of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam saw some of the biggest names in judo on the tatami. Some big wins and even some new faces...
    17h08
Passengers stranded at Cape Town airport as world races to contain
   Passengers wait in the international departures terminal at Cape Town International Airport after their flight was cancelled as the world shut down travel from South Africa, where the concerning new Covid-19 variant called Omicron was detected.
    17h05
Italy ski slopes finally reopen after 2020 closure with France and Austria to follow suit
   Regulations require a health pass to access areas with closed lifts in Italian resorts.
    17h00
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    16h39
Czech President Milos Zeman leaves hospital, to name new prime minister on Sunday
   Zeman was first admitted in intensive care the day after the October legislative elections that ousted billionaire Andrej Babis as prime minister.
    15h50
Solomon Islands Tension
   Three bodies were found in a burnt out building in Honiara amid this week’s violence in the capital of the Solomon Islands,
    15h45
Venezuelan indigenous facing difficult conditions
   Guyana is home to an estimated 24,500 refugees and migrants from Venezuela, including some 2,500 indigenous Warao. Some have settled in hard-to-reach areas near the Venezuelan border and others in or around the towns of Mabaruma and Port Kaituma.
    15h20
Austria arrests 15 people suspected of smuggling migrants
   The suspects transported more than 700 people at a total cost of more than 2.5 million, police said.
    14h57
World War I veteran Ecaterina Teodoroiu is first woman to appear on Romanian banknote
   Lieutenant Ecaterina Teodoroiu died in battle in Marasesti in 1917.
    14h48
Airlines forced to cancel more flights as lava continues to flow from La Palma’s volcano,
   The eruption started on September 19. Experts say it could last up to three months.
    14h42
COVID fears dampen trade at Europe’s Christmas markets
   The traditional holiday tree is standing tall in Frankfurt’s main square - but trade is quiet at the annual Christmas market. Covid fears and sanitary restrictions mean business is down 50% on two years ago. Many stall owners though are just glad to be open at all.
    13h48
Mine officials remanded in custody in Siberia after deadly blast
   On Friday Russian authorities had released the names of 51 people presumed dead after a methane explosion the day before in the Listvyazhnaya mine.
    13h44
Calm returns to Solomon Islands after deadly protests and riots
   Police found three bodies and arrested more than 100 people in three days of unrest, sparked by concerns about the nation’s increasing links with China.
    11h44
Russia hosts rare talks between arch rivals Armenia and Azerbaijan
   President Putin met the leaders of both countries, on the anniversary of a peace deal ending a conflict over the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
    11h13
Christmas parade kicks off festivities in Bolivia
   Hundreds paraded through central La Paz on Friday dressed as Christmas trees, candles, shepherds and Santas to mark the start of the holiday season.
    11h07
Omicron: Britain, Germany and Italy report confirmed cases of new COVID-19 variant
   The two Omicron infections detected in the UK prompted Prime Minister Boris Johnson to tighten entry requirements on Saturday.
    11h00
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    10h55
Hundreds of people gathered in Madrid to welcome the Christmas season
   Thousands of Madrilenians gathered for Black Friday evening shopping as the city’s Christmas lights were switched on.
    10h49
Pinball Museum in Russia
   It’s one of the most unusual museums in Moscow, the Russian capital’s pinball museum is based on the private collection of owner Alexander Kazmin.
    10h40
Two people killed by falling trees as Storm Arwen batters UK
   The country is now under amber or yellow alert depending on the area.
    08h45
Gunman opens fire on bus in Kosovo, killing 3, wounding 1
   There is no reason to believe it was a terrorist act, police said.
    06h00
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26  novembre     20h43
Italy and Portugal drawn in same World Cup playoff bracket
   Either Italy and Portugal will fail to qualify for next year’s tournament.
    20h23
Green financing isn’t effective but Europe can fix it View
   Green finance’ is not worth the money. Post-COP26, we need a new approach to tackling climate change through finance, writes ESMT Berlin president Jörg Rocholl.
    20h19
I was suffocating’: Mother speaks out to highlight obstetric violence
   When women experience violence during childbirth it can lead to traumatic disorders that affect all aspects of their future lives. And yet in Germany, the topic is taboo.
    18h26
Luxor s Sphinx Avenue reopens after years of excavations and restorations
   A ceremony to celebrate the completion of renovation work of an ancient road lined with hundreds of statues of sphinxes and rams in Luxor, southern Egypt, was held on Thursday.
    18h25
WHO labels new COVID-19 variant ’of concern’, names it Omicron
   Preliminary evidence suggests an increased risk of infection with this variant, as compared to other VOCs (variants of concerns), the United Nations’ health agency said in a statement.
    18h21
Make Amazon Pay’ demonstration held on Black Friday in London
   A demonstration under the slogan Make Amazon Pay is held in London on Black Friday to protest the online retail giant’s exploitation of workers, communities, and our planet .
    18h08
Afghan girl from famous cover portrait is evacuated to Italy
   National Geographic magazine’s famed green-eyed Afghan Girl has arrived in Italy as part of the West’s evacuation of Afghans following the Taliban takeover of the country, the Italian government said.
    18h06
Investigation opened after former French environment minister accused of rape
   The Paris prosecutor opened an investigation after several women accused former French environment minister Nicolas Hulot of sexual assault and rape.
    17h45
Could the dump of death’ near Mostar be making locals ill?
   A landfill near Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina is leaking black fluid containing copper, lead, zinc, and arsenic at worrying levels according to test results taken by locals who are worried the dumpsite is attributed to deaths from cancer.
    17h21
Famed Hermitage Museum stages virtual NFT exhibit V1
   This is ’The Ethereal Aether’, an exhibition held by Russian State Hermitage Museum.
    17h10
Turkish court extends activist Osman Kavala’s detention despite pressure
   Kavala, 64, is accused of funding nationwide anti-government protests in 2013 and helping orchestrate a coup attempt three years later.
    17h10
Romanian National Bank launches first banknote with female personality
   It is the first legal tender banknote which features a female personality: Ecaterina Teodoroiu.
    17h00
You hardly need any public money to invest in renewables - Frans Timmermans
   We’re on the side of climate justice - Frans Timmermans, the face of the EU’s green deal, talks COP26, nuclear energy, Nord Stream 2 and more.
    17h00
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    16h53
Venezuela, Chile and Uruguay protest against gender-based violence
   Women in Caracas, Santiago and Montevideo take to the streets to demand an end to violence against women on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
    15h22
Belarus will not force migrants to return home, says Lukashenko
   Lukashenko made his first public appearance at the Polish border since the start of the crisis.
    15h10
Maradona fan completes tribute to player with ’Mara’, ’Dona’ and ’Diego’ children
   Walter Rotundo and his wife welcomed their son by caesarean on Thursday to coincide with the one-year anniversary of the football legend’s death.
    15h01
No optimism’ over France-UK cooperation on migrants, says Amnesty
   Amnesty International UK made the comments as tensions between London and Paris rise following the deaths of 27 migrants off the coast of Calais.
    14h05
In Belgrade, a mural of war criminal Ratko MladiÄ has a city divided
   A street corner in the centre of Serbia’s capital featuring a mural guarded by volunteers poses the question of whether the country’s society and its politicians have the strength to deal with its wartime past.
    14h01
Israeli man arrested over alleged kidnap of cable car crash survivor in Italy
   Six-year-old Eitan Biran has been the focus of a custody battle between his maternal grandparents in Israel and his paternal relatives in Italy after surviving the crash in May.
    13h54
Omicron: Europe’s first reported case of new COVID variant has been discovered in Belgium
   Europe’s first reported case of new COVID variant has been discovered in Belgium.
    13h34
Kyiv aware of a coup plot involving Russians, claims Ukraine’s president
   The plot was allegedly planned to take place next week. Moscow has denied any involvement.
    11h17
Carles Puigdemont: Catalan separatist loses court bid to have parliamentary immunity reinstated
   Puigdemont is wanted in Spain on sedition charges.
    11h09
New lava flow moves out from La Palma volcano
   A new lava flow began coming from the active Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma on Thursday.
    11h00
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    10h41
Thousands demonstrate in Madrid to call out violence against women
   Women demonstrate in Madrid to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
    07h35
COVID in Europe: Netherlands closes all non-essential businesses at 5pm
   Here’s a round-up of the COVID situation across Europe, where countries are tightening restrictions amid a spike in cases.