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"He plans to appoint (centre-right leader) Petr Fiala as head of government," Milos Zeman's spokesman said on Saturday.

Critics of the Citizens Security Law passed by the previous conservative government in 2015 say it gives too much power to security forces.

Russian authorities have released the names of 51 people presumed dead after a methane explosion the day before in the Listvyazhnaya mine.

Skiers in Plan de Corones in South Tyrol came from as far away as Croatia and the Italian capital Rome, as well as from neighbouring valleys where slopes have yet to open.

South Africa's health minister says the travel bans over the new #Omicron  variant first detected in his country are "draconian" and "unjustified."

Israel barred entry to foreign nationals while Asia-Pacific countries issued fresh travel curbs in a bid to limit the spread of #Omicron .

Swiss voters are having their say on a controversial COVID certificate in a national referendum.

The UK will be notably absent from the gathering after the deadliest sinking to date in the Channel prompted a new political crisis between Britain and France.

France mulls some autonomy for Caribbean territories amid COVID-19 riots

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Earlier this week, authorities in Krakow said in a Facebook post that a woman called them to report a creature sitting in the tree across from her house.

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Irony as Saharan dust returns radiation from French nuclear tests in the 1960s

Medical workers in Hong Kong are on strike to demand the closure of the border with mainland China.

Think #2019  was a terrible year? Here are some of the lighter moments! "Turkey's Mary Poppins"

An Italian National Institute of Health study found #COVID-19  in wastewater samples from December 2019 in Turin and Milan.

The change of blue of the flags adorning the Elysée Palace was first made a year ago but went largely unnoticed. Previously, the shade was lighter to match the blue of the EU flag as decided by President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing in 1976. 👇 Check out the difference in shade:

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