Insect-eating birds such as swifts and yellow wagtails are particularly vulnerable.
Regional elections in Spain and the success of the right has made Pedro Sánchez bring forward general elections to the 23rd of July.
Anti-racist programs and fines have failed to end racism in European soccer. Part of the problem is that Black players have little representation higher up the sport’s hierarchy.
Judges called it a profound novel that asks the contemporary question: what happens to us when our memories disappear?
Signs of controlled fire use from Spain are at least 50,000 years older than previous evidence.
Macron rose to power as an anti-establishment politician but has he now gone too far.
For the Italian president, the region is where his nation’s constitution was born.
March 2023 was the wettest for 40 years in England and Wales.
Let’s get one thing straight from the get-go: this contest is way older than the European Union.
The pageantry of the coronation will be broadcast around the world. Here’s what to expect over the three days of celebrations.
Five major banks are now in the crosshairs of the French financial prosecutor’s office. Of what are they accused? Here’s the lowdown.
The UK needs to clean its rivers and coastlines, and could look to Europe for how to do it.
The former prime minister actually increased her party’s vote share but the collapse of her coalition partners has cost her the top job.
A historian looks at the steps leading up to Finland joining the Western strategic alliance – and what that means for small nations elsewhere.
In the midst of the pension reform crisis, the constant weakening of institutions and mediation bodies raises questions about Emmanuel Macron’s exercise of power.
An investigation has revealed that French tech firms, seeking to create an AI “à la française”, have turned to one of the country’s former colonies, Madagascar, for low-cost labour.
Foreign agent laws claimed as a tool to fight back against foreign interference can also be used to silence critics and repress law-abiding NGOs, independent media and individuals.
Far from an exception, 16 March marked the 100th time under the Fifth Republic that France’s president chose to use a special constitutional measure to force through unpopular measures.
The setting was grand, so too was the plan. But behind the peace plan put forward by China and welcomed by Russia, is the question, what do both nations seek?
France’s trade unions have managed to galvanise the largest movement in decades in opposition to pension reform. What will happen to them once the bill has been passed or abandoned?