Gay rights activists in Croatia have the decision as a "historic" ruling.
The last time the English and French fought over Jersey, the English won.
The US has backed plans to waive intellectual property rights on COVID-19 vaccines, but the idea faces stiff opposition.
What do Syrian refugees in Denmark think about the nation's deportation furore? Meet Rahima, a 20-year-old refugee from Aleppo.
The Olympic Games, which were scheduled to take place in 2020 but were postponed due to the pandemic, will kick off on July 23.
This could explain blood clots in some COVID patients and other issues like "COVID feet", which are not classic symptoms of a respiratory illness.
By visiting so early in his tenure, before any trip to Russia, Antony Blinken is signaling that Ukraine is a high foreign-policy priority for President Joe Biden's administration.
Protesters in Colombia have taken to the street again demanding an end to police abuse and the introduction of policies to overcome the economic crisis resulting from the pandemic.
"This is a terrifying moment for women in Afghanistan," writes Heather Barr from Human Rights Watch. "The April 14 announcement that US troops will leave Afghanistan before September 11 has created a new level of fear in a country already devastated by 40 years of war."
India has hit another record for COVID-19 infections as the country struggles to meet demand for oxygen.
Finnegan Elder and Gabriel Natale-Hjorth were jailed for life for the 2019 murder of Italian police officer Mario Cerciello Rega.
Commission president von der Leyen said the bloc would discuss the move, but German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office spoke out against it.
EU ambassador Joao Vale de Almeida, will get "a status consistent with heads of missions of states".
The prince had been granted a derogation to kill a female bear that had caused damages to local farms. Instead, the country's largest male bear, 17-year-old Arthur, was killed.
Serbia President Aleksandar Vucic said the government initiative was the first of its kind in the world to promote vaccinations.
Close to half of Europeans say they trust the European Union, findings from the latest Eurobarometer show.
The 400m-long cargo ship will only be released back to its Japanese owner once damages have been paid, Egyptian authorities have said.
Manucho is Angola's best golfer. He's a national champion, but it has taken him a lot of hard work and a long journey to get to where he is today.
Last month's elections had resulted in a political deadlock after three parties failed to form a new government.
The Mary Rose, a flagship of Tudor England’s navy, may have been crewed by a more ethnically diverse set of sailors than previously thought, scientists say.