● Dozens of rallies to march through France against security bill Nearly 90 rallies have been organised for Saturday across France, as protests continue against the controversial 'global security' bill.
● Coronavirus: New businesses bucking the trend and thriving in Flanders despite pandemic Almost 2,000 new businesses opened up in the second quarter of the year in Brussels as well as 11,000 in Flanders.
● Move to relocate Rohingya refugees to remote island criticised by human rights groups Bangladesh's government says it is moving the Rohingya because of overcrowding at existing refugee camps after a million fled violence...
● Brexit talks paused after London and Brussels fail to reach agreement - Michel Barnier Barnier had been in London since the start of the week for intensive talks as trade deal talks reached a critical phase. Time is running...
● China criticises Danish politicians over visit of Hong Kong opposition activist Ted Hui, a former lawmaker, visited Denmark this week after receiving an invitation from Danish lawmakers to travel to the Scandinavian country.
● A coronavirus vaccine 'does not mean zero COVID', warns WHO "Vaccines and vaccination will add a major, major powerful tool to the toolkit that we have," said WHO's Mike Ryan. "But by themselves, they will...
● Deadly flooding hits Indonesia's Sumatra island Flash floods hit the Indonesian city of Medan on Sumatra island.
● Rare 'thundersnow' storm mistaken for explosion in Scotland's capital Several calls were made to police in Edinburgh on Thursday evening as a rare snowstorm was mistaken for an explosion.
● Psychiatric trauma: the hidden toll of the Covid Pandemic On the frontline with healthcare professionals seeking to tackle the psychiatric damage being caused by both the pandemic and the lockdowns it has provoked.
● "Health is not a cost, it's an investment", Euronews speaks to MEP Awards 2020 winners Some of the winners of the 2020 MEP Awards, organised by The Parliament Magazine, speak exclusively to Euronews.
● Anti-Amazon protesters demonstrate in front of Paris Finance Ministry Activists in Paris dropped off fake packages bearing the logo of Jeff Bezos' company in front of the Finance Ministry in Paris to "symbolise the...
● Cat rescued from inside electric cable casing by Turkish firefighters First responders in the Aegean province of Izmir arrived at the scene Wednesday following reports of "noises" coming from underground
● How are Jordanian musicians adapting Western pop songs into Arabic? Kalamesque is a group made up of Jordanian musicians, and they’re adapting Western pop music into classical Arabic songs.
● Denmark says it will stop new oil and gas extraction from the North Sea Fossil fuel extraction will stop by 2050.
● Greek PM Mitsotakis accused of breaking lockdown rules during weekend bike ride Mitsotakis, pictured in cyclists' clothing in the photo, was reported to have travelled to Mount Parnitha, 45km north of Athens, on Sunday...
● Watch: Explosives bring smokestack crashing to the ground The explosion was detonated at an old power plant in Alabama.
● Plane makes emergency landing and hits vehicle on Minnesota motorway A light aircraft has made a night-time landing on US motorway, hitting a vehicle.
● 'Adolf Hitler' has won a local council election in Namibia The new councillor, whose full name is Adolf Hitler Uunona, won 85% of the vote in a recent election
● Michelin-starred restaurant offers cook-at-home takeaways The restaurant is owned by Simon Wood, a winner of the reality TV programme Masterchef UK
● In pictures: mourning in Trier, California fires, Christmas preparations amid pandemic The key stories of the week have been captured by photographers around the world.
● NASA recruits companies to collect moon rock for as little as $1 The contracts are primarily intended to set a legal precedent for the exploitation of extraterrestrial resources by the private sector going forward.
● Russia set to launch first doses of its Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine With trials still underway, the vaccine is currently only being offered to those under 60 and without any chronic diseases.
● France preparing for a no-deal Brexit amid London trade talks With just three weeks until the UK leaves the EU, France says it has the right to veto the trade agreement.
● How are European countries planning to vaccinate their citizens? Europe is racing to vaccinate its citizens but the UN has warned damage from the coronavirus pandemic will last for years, vaccine or no vaccine.