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  • Poland’s opposition claims almost a quarter of a million people protested in Warsaw on Saturday against what they see as the government’s alienation from the EU and flouting of democratic rules. This was the biggest of a wave of anti-government protests since the ruling eurosceptic Law and Justice party began tightening control over the country’s...

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  • More and more BMX riders have gone urban, trading rough dirt tracks for neat and tidy half-pipes. Off-road cars have seen a similar trend. Drive It! checks out the VW Tiguan on and off the road. More cars: http://www.dw.com/en/drive-it-the-motor-magazine-2016-05-10/e-19203582-9798

  • Topless women clash with Peruvian police during a protest in Lima over a modification to the penal code committing women who have had an abortion to community service. What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels...

  • A Facebook video showing the graduating class of the United States Military Academy’s class of 2016 has gone viral, with hundreds of commentators drawing attention to one student who appears to be texting on her phone while marching. On West Point’s original Facebook post, which has received over 4,500 shares and 700 comments, many point...

  • More Focus on Europe: http://www.dw.com/en/focus-on-europe-spotlight-on-people-2016-05-04/e-19187085-9798 Meerschaum pipes are renowned as masterpieces of the Turkish carvers’ art. But this 300-year-old craft is dying out. Fewer people in Turkey and Europe are smoking pipes nowadays.

  • “We want the truth about what happened to Giulio Regeni”. Tweets from “Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi”:https://twitter.com/matteorenzi?lang=en-gb and “Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni”:https://twitter.com/PaoloGentiloni/status/718477050907009025?lang=en come amid worsening relations with Egypt over the murder of the Italian student in Cairo in January. Italy has recalled its ambassador to Egypt, Maurizio Massari, for consultations after a briefing in Rome...

  • The Alliance of Regions for Phasing out Nuclear Power across Europe was formed to send out a powerful signal to oppose nuclear energy in the EU. The alliance believes that steps must be taken to prevent subsidies to supporting this form of energy. EU Reporter’s Catherine Feore speaks with Rebecca Harms MEP (Greens/EFA) and lawyer...

  • Iceland’s Prime Minister, Sigmunder Gunnlaugsson has asked for parliament to be dissolved in the wake of the ‘Panama Papers’ scandal. President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson has asked for talks with the main opposition parties before a decision is made. The news comes a day after the opposition filed a motion of no-confidence against the embattled prime...

  • The past weekend marked a big breakthrough in the investigation into the Paris and Brussels attacks. Mohamed Abrini was an alleged accomplice in November’s killings in the French capital. But detectives say he has also admitted to being the third suspect at the Brussels airport bombing. Prosecutors say they hurriedly changed their plans to strike...

  • Interview with Ms Annette Groth (Germany, GUE) on the adoption of her report “A stronger European response to the Syrian refugee crisis” at the Assembly’s April 2016 plenary session in Strasbourg.

  • EU Reporter’s Catherine Feore asks Jepp Kofod MEP (S&D), co-rapporteur of the European Parliament’s special tax committee that was established following the #LuxLeaks revelations, about Antoine Deltour and the protection of whistleblowers, Europe’s proposals on fair taxation, sanctions for enablers and why this matters for developing countries. The interview followed a meeting of the Oxfam/S&D...

  • America’s Hugh Herr received the Princess of Asturias Technical & Scientific Research award in Oviedo on Wednesday. Eight prizes are awarded annually, with the prize-giving ceremony later in the year that gathers the winners here at the “Hotel de La Reconquista”:http://www.hoteldelareconquista.com/. “Hugh Herr received this award because he is the leader of the bionic age,”...

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