A monthly privacy fee "does not actually give consumers a free choice," the European Consumer Organisation says.
France’s Senate has adopted a bill meant to enshrine a woman’s right to an abortion in the French Constitution, clearing a major hurdle.
The French president said "we will do everything needed so Russia cannot win the war."
While Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis believed in the bill, it could also help him boost his profile abroad amid scrutiny about the rule of law in Greece.
The U.S. Treasury Department plans to impose more than 500 new sanctions on Russia and its war machine.
The landmark expected to be at the heart of celebrations for the 2024 Paris Olympics remains off-limits to visitors.
The body of a man found near Alicante is believed to be Maksim Kuzminov, who flew a Russian army helicopter on his escape across the front lines with Ukraine last year.
The 31-year-old defendant’s lawyer admitted he had “committed an unfathomable crime” near Germany's Neuschwanstein Castle last year.
The legislation faced strong opposition from the Greek church.
For centuries, women in Olney, England, have run a pancake race to mark the day before the start of Lent.