International support and expression of solidarity poured in on Ankara following a destructive earthquake that hit Türkiye early on Monday.
At least 1,498 people are killed and 8,533 injured as a series of earthquakes cause massive devastation in Türkiye and neighbouring Syria.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has condemned the temporary closure of Western consulates in Istanbul over security threats, as the Turkish foreign ministry summons ambassadors.
Servers were reportedly compromised in other European countries such as France and Finland as well as the United States and Canada.
Avalanches in western Austria have left at least eight people dead in the past 24 hours, after several days of intense snowfall and wind.
The price cap aims to keep Russian diesel in the global market while cutting into Moscow’s income, thus slashing indirect support to the Kremlin's war chest.
European Union member states, the G7 countries and Australia say they have reached an agreement on price caps for Russian petroleum products as fighting enters its 346th day.
The country will either ban those claiming asylum or only allow them to appeal after they have been deported to tackle irregular migration, according to a Times report.
More than half of survey respondents say Helsinki should move ahead without waiting for Stockholm, reports local media.
Britain's National Health Service (NHS) faces its largest ever strike by health workers on Monday involving tens of thousands of nurses and ambulance staff in England.
Ukrainian President Zelenskyy urges European leaders visiting Kiev to pile more sanctions on Russia as fighting enters its 345th day.
Spanish pharmacies have a hard time supplying 403 different types of drugs, including for cardiovascular, neuromuscular, digestive, and respiratory diseases.
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