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Teeth reveal details about a Neanderthal who fell down a well

December 2, 2020

The most complete Neanderthal skeleton ever discovered has remained hidden at the bottom of a sinkhole in southern Italy. Frustratingly for scientists, its inaccessible location has made study of the skeleton extremely difficult. A new study changes that.

Putin orders Russian officials to start large-scale Covid-19 vaccination campaign

December 2, 2020

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered his government to start large-scale vaccinations against Covid-19 from next week.

Hungarian lawmaker resigns after caught fleeing a 'sex party' by climbing down a drainpipe

December 1, 2020

A senior member of the European Parliament from Hungary's ruling Fidesz party has resigned after he admitted to breaching Belgium's coronavirus lockdown to attend a private gathering described by mnational media as a "sex party."

Man suspected of murdering dozens of elderly women detained in Russia

December 1, 2020

Russian authorities have detained a man suspected of killing dozens of elderly women in several regions across Central Russia nearly a decade ago.

France's ruling party promises change in controversial proposed security law

November 30, 2020

French President Emmanuel Macron's ruling party on Monday promised to change a proposed security law that would restrict the filming of police officers, after the controversial measure sparked large protests calling for free speech and police accountability.

Denmark to dig up thousands of mink after carcasses emerge from graves

November 30, 2020

Denmark plans to dig up thousands of dead mink culled to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, after the animals started to rise out of their mass graves.

British hiker missing in Pyrenees mountain range

November 30, 2020

Esther Dingley, 37, went missing during a solo trip in the Pyrenees mountain range on the border between France and Spain.

Was Chopin gay? The awkward question for right-wing Poland

November 29, 2020

Frederic Chopin has long been Poland's favorite son. But new suggestions that the composer may have had romantic relationships with men collide awkwardly with the country's staunchly conservative traditions and its right-wing leadership.

Protests take place across France against proposed security law

November 28, 2020

Demonstrations are taking place across France against the country's proposed "global security" law and its flagship measure, which plans to restrict the filming of police officers.

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