One group representing LGBTQ+ people has called for a boycott of Euro 2020 after UEFA banned a rainbow display on the Allianz Stadium in Munich.
Misleading posts online have suggested that people should take antihistamines or painkillers before getting their coronavirus vaccine, but the WHO has warned against this.
Spain's top diplomat urged Catalan separatists to "abandon unilateralism" after Madrid pardoned pro-independence politicians and activists jailed for their part in a 2017 secession push.
The Ministry of Defence says that the Russians were conducting exercises in the Black Sea.
"There was worry that this was the beginning of the end, or that the UK departure would sow division in Europe. In fact, the EU has been very united, very consistent in how it's handled Brexit," says Brigid Laffan, Director of the Robert Schuman Centre at the European University Institute.
Hong Kong’s sole remaining pro-democracy newspaper will publish its last edition on Thursday, highlighting China's increasing crackdown on dissent in the semi-autonomous city.
Across Europe, citizens want the EU to be stronger and more assertive in foreign affairs.
Nine separatists pardoned by the Spanish government walked free from prison on Wednesday, where they were serving lengthy terms for organising a bid for an independent northeastern Catalonia region nearly four years ago.
UEFA rejected Munich's request to have its stadium filled with rainbow colours during Germany's match with Hungary, to protest at Budapest's new law branded homophobic by rights groups.
EU nationals who have not applied for settled status in the UK by the June 30 deadline will be given a formal 28-day warning to do so or risk losing their right to live, work and access free healthcare in the country.
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