Greece acts to ‘break the inaction’ over sexual violence

New measures introduced after spate of accusations of harassment and physical assaults

Russia eyes passenger jet production using own wing material

The MS-21 jetliner flew its maiden flight in December with Russian-built engines and is currently undergoing certification tests

German court finds Syrian security agent guilty of torture

It is the first such verdict for crimes against humanity in the 10-year-old civil war

Scotland’s scandal — sexual assault and/or misleading parliament

The divide between Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon and her former mentor Alex Salmond is growing at the worst possible time

Czech Republic warns hospitals near ‘total exhaustion’ in Covid battle

After success in curbing the spread of Covid-19 in 2020, the central European nation now joins Slovakia in asking for help as its health crisis worsens

Boris Johnson sets out plan to end England’s lockdown

British prime minister promises not to 'pull the rug out' from those needing Covid-19 aid, shops to reopen no earlier than April 12

DUP leaders to launch legal challenge against Northern Ireland protocol

DUP Leader Arlene Foster and MPs want new trade agreement to halt post-Brexit  disruptions

Russia reports world’s first avian flu H5N8 human transmission to WHO

There are no signs yet of transmission between humans, says health watchdog

Transgender migrants find shelter among ‘Big Witches’ in prejudiced Portugal

One in five trans and intersex people have been physically or sexually attacked in Portugal in the last five years

Ischgl resort study finds Covid-19 immunity after infection

Findings in Austria provide insight into how long immunity lasts after infection

Call for elections as Georgia’s prime minister resigns

Detention of opposition leader causes split in governing party

Norway firms aim to eliminate carbon dioxide in ammonia production

If power is available at the site and the required public co-funding is in place, the upgraded plant could be running in five to seven years’ time

Our hearts were in pieces, doctor at Italy’s ground zero says about Covid-19

A year on, Francesco Tursi is still treating Covid-19 patients in Codogno, which has returned to a semblance of normality

European Court tells Russia to free Putin critic Alexei Navalny

Russia's justice minister dismisses the ruling as 'meddling' after court demands Navalny's release on safety grounds

UK’s Prince Philip is in hospital, but it’s not Covid-19

The prince, whose official title is the Duke of Edinburgh, walked into hospital unaided after feeling unwell for a short period

England sets up Covid-safe courtrooms

Venues will cater for large trials so multiple defendants can be safely seated

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