#Europe agenda: Ursula von der Leyen says Chair Incident Was Sign of Enduring Sexism

“Would this have happened if I had worn a suit and a tie?” asked Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, after she was left standing during a summit in Turkey this month.


Convicted last year, Ioannis Lagos is held in Belgium after the European Parliament lifts his immunity.

Iceland volcano eruption: Music video and wedding filmed at Fagradalsfjall

How an Icelandic band and a marriage ceremony made the most of spectacular scenes at Fagradalsfjall.
There’s growing interest in the German model, where fans hold a controlling stake in the clubs.

Sputnik V: How Russia’s Covid vaccine is dividing Europe

The vaccine has not yet been approved by Europe’s medicines agency but orders are piling in.

Europe has surpassed one million COVID-19 deaths: WHO

UN health agency warns of a ‘serious’ situation in the region as infections soar to record levels in some nations.

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