Neale Richmond, European Affairs spokesperson for a coalition party, Fine Gael, described the move as an "outrage".
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The Norwegian Medicines Agency told Euronews it expected to see some deaths linked to vaccinations within nursing homes but noted that fatalities were “very, very rare”.
Analysts say North Korea is using the military display to send the incoming administration in Washington a carefully calibrated message of strength.
"If you see how the European Union has conceived this process, for the moment it has decided to think only of itself," said Albania's PM Edi Rama.
Recent heavy rainfall and flooding have caused rubbish and debris to be carried into Bulgaria's waterways.
Mark Rutte's government is under pressure to respond to a welfare benefits scandal after Labour Party leader Lodewijk Asscher stepped down.
In Ireland there are only 22 ICU beds available for use. Almost half of all the country's COVID-19 cases were reported in the last fortnight.
Istanbul has already been warned it has less than 45 days of water left due to poor rainfall in the second half of last year.
London and Brussels agreed on a post-Brexit trade deal just before Christmas, giving their respective parliaments little time to scrutinise the agreement.
Reports say fire services were delayed in arriving at the scene and took two hours to bring the blaze under control.
The inflatable installation allows retirement home residents to have contact with relatives without fear of picking up the virus.
Ilham Kadri is a scientist and the CEO of a multi-billion euro chemical company. She cares deeply about sustainability and has committed Solvay to the Paris Climate Agreement. Isabelle Kumar finds out the motivation and means to her success.
The Vienna Philharmonic sends a message of 'hope and optimism' to the world with its New Year Concert. For the first time ever the concert was performed without an audience, instead, it was broadcast to millions across the globe.
The man, 23, fainted at a police station and then died later in hospital, according to Brussels prosecutor's office.
A racing pigeon survived an extraordinary 13,000-kilometre Pacific Ocean crossing from the United States but authorities consider the bird a quarantine risk.
"The opposition claims Georgia Dream passed this law as a payback to the criminal world for the help they got during the election. In the past criminals have helped the ruling party by pressuring people during the campaign," claims former minister Thorniké Gordadze.
Every year on the night of January 13, villagers in Bulgaria gather in a festival to scare away evil and bring good health and bountiful crops.
The heavyweights lined up for the final day of the Doha Masters, with 10-time World Champion Teddy Riner happy to be among them.
The push to inoculate millions quickly comes as a more contagious variant of COVID-19 is sweeping across Britain and driving hospitals to their breaking points.
The EU wants to launch 600 new low-orbit satellites into space to enhance communication and connectivity for European citizens.
Data protection agencies should be allowed to pursue legal action against Facebook and other firms over privacy issues, says the advocate general of the ECJ.
Government short-time work and furlough schemes across Europe have helped keep people in work and kept unemployment low during the pandemic. Now the EU has created the SURE initiative to provide financial support for these schemes in 18 EU countries.
According to the developer, the droid can automatically register the subjects' information, making the whole sampling process traceable and ensuring the authenticity of that sampling.
"I think it’s the first time that the son of a boss has decided to turn against his father in 'ndrangheta and he’s the pivotal testimony for this trial," said University of Oxford professor Federico Varese.
A supplier of free school meals in the UK has admitted that the "quantity has fallen short" in some parcels sent to feed children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On day two of the 2021 World Judo Masters, our woman of the day was four-time World Champion Clarisse Agbegnenou, who was once again on top form, dispatching her early opponents in the under -63kg category with an incredible display of ura nages.
The EU's landmark agreement with Beijing could complicate transatlantic cooperation on China after Biden's team signalled disapproval of the deal.
The investigation comes after MEPs called for Frontex's director to resign over alleged migrant pushbacks.
Each January, a jury of German linguists picks out what it calls the "non-word" of the year: a word that’s ugly because of what it means.
Euronews was given access to a hospital in Rio de Janeiro, the city with the highest per capita coronavirus death rate in the country.
Amid rising criticism of a slow approach to immunisation, the EU defended its vaccine strategy in front of MEPs. The Commission's vaccine negotiator said that vaccinations are expected to ramp up from April and that no member state 'should be left behind'.
Hundreds of migrants are housed in heated military tents near the Bosnian-Croatian border after days of uncertainty.
At least 50 countries have committed to protecting 30 per cent of the planet over the next decade to halt species extinction and address climate change, but the founder of the NewClimate Institute says none of these countries have short-term policies in place to be on track to meet these goals.