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Nearly three billion animals have been killed or displaced.
A record number of people now support independence for Scotland. A new Ipsos MORI poll puts the number of Scottish residents who want to leave the union at the highest level ever recorded.
An investigation in Italy is trying to establish why the names of the mothers who had their foetuses aborted were engraved on crosses without their consent.
The far-right party has lost some of its support in states that have been a stronghold for them in recent years.
Germany has published a list of 90 potential nuclear waste repository sites
Hospitals in Paris and Montpellier have put some interventions on hold to free up space for COVID-19 as the country registered its six consecutive day with more than 10,000 new cases on Sunday.
A further 200 dead whales were found close to where hundreds of beached animals were discovered earlier this week.
The bridge divides the Puente de Vallecas neighbourhood from the rest of Madrid looks like a proper frontier. Passports and visas aren't required, but police stand on both sides to check who comes and who goes.
Dissent by the small United Poland party prompted its larger partner Law and Justice (PiS) to warn that the ruling coalition was crumbling.
How did a country with a so-called “light-touch” approach to the fight against the virus - where restaurants, bars and gyms have remained open throughout the crisis - deal with the pandemic?
Marseille's public prosecutor announced an inquiry into members of French team Arkéa-Samsic.
Bulgarian anti-government protesters, who started a movement against Prime Minister Boyko Borissov back in July, are still calling for the entire government to resign.
Michel Barnier and his British counterpart David Frost took their Brexit frustrations onto Twitter with a very public argument about food imports.
UK-based computer chip designer ARM Holdings is being sold to the American graphics chip company Nvidia for 33 billion euros. Arm is responsible for developing the processors in most of the world's mobile phones.
"After restrictions were lifted, in many countries people felt that they wanted to go back to what they felt was their normal lives," said EU health chief Stella Kyriakides. "This is not possible."
The alarm is intended to test out Germany's warning systems and prepare the public for what to do in the event of a national emergency
A Kremlin spokesperson says Moscow hasn't received any evidence from Germany that Russian opposition activist, Alexei Navalny, was poisoned with a Novichok nerve agent.
Consumer groups worry it could set a dangerous precedent.