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Stun grenades, rubber bullets and secret service raids: What it's like reporting from Belarus

One month on from the, now historic, disputed election of August 9 2020, Euronews asks Journalist Emil Filtenborg to tell the story of his and his colleague Stefan Weichert’s reporting of what is now something the whole world is watching.

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Two more Premier League stars test positive for COVID-19 as new season approaches

Manchester City have confirmed two of its players have tested positive for COVID-19, less than a week before the start of the new Premier League season.

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Danish tanker transfers the 27 migrants it rescued 38 days ago to NGO ship

A Danish oil tanker stranded in the Mediterranean Sea for the past 38 days after rescuing 27 migrants was able to transfer them to an NGO ship on Friday.

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Catalan separatists hold annual demonstration to mark region's National Day

Catalonians gathered on Friday afternoon to mark the region’s national day – but the event was much more muted this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Nazi warship found 80 years after being sunk off Norwegian coast

The wreck of a sunken Nazi warship was discovered off the coast of Norway by an energy company inspecting undersea cables.

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COVID-19 might give unexpected boost to Spain’s organic sector

Researchers say the COVID-19 crisis is pushing EU consumers to shop for higher quality food and health-related products.

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A more green, social EU after COVID-19? A live discussion with Commissioner Gentiloni

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges for people, policymakers and societies.It has also pushed the European economy into a deep recession.

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Coronarvirus: A third of people in Kosovo believe COVID-19 is a hoax, according to poll

Inside Kosovo’s hospitals, beds are filling up with the sick and dying as COVID-19 tears through one of Europe’s poorest corners.

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COVID-19 tests are key to stop the pandemic: How do they work? and how can you get one?

Testing is fundamental to halt the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. The task is, in fact, the most important job in disease control: separating the sick from the healthy people.

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Dailyrater Georgia stays on target and begins broadcasting in Georgian language

Euronews Georgia, the new media aimed at a Georgian-speaking audience, started broadcasting in Georgian on Monday 31 August, at 7 p.m. Tbilisi time.

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