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Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from Europe, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 67,285 stories have been published about Europe which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.

Media Bias Breakdown

How is the media covering Europe?

Europe often is covered by Left Media sources.
Left42%
Center29%
Right29%

Top News Stories

Europe · Chicago

McDonald's finds a buyer for Russian restaurants, will reopen under a new name

76% Center coverage: 34 sources
McDonald's was among the first Western fast-food brands to enter Russia in 1990. Its large, gleaming store near Pushkin Square in Moscow signaled a new era of optimism in the wake of the Cold War. But McDonald's temporarily shuttered its Russian locations in March because of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, a decision the company said cost it $55 million per month. On Monday, McDonald's announced it would sell those stores and leave Russia.See the Story
Europe · Paris

Michelangelo ink drawing fetches 23 million euros in Paris sale

50% Center coverage: 18 sources
An ink drawing of a nude man by Michelangelo sold for more than 23 million euros ($24.17 million)at auction in Paris on Wednesday, auction house Christie's said.The work had been designated a French national treasure, which barred it from being exported from the country for 30 months.See the Story
Europe · London

Monkeypox: What do we know about the UK's biggest-ever outbreak of the virus?

41% Center coverage: 22 sources
There's a monkeypox outbreak in the United Kingdom, Portugal, Spain and other European countries. The outbreak is small, with 68 suspected cases, including eight in England and 20 in Portugal. Cases in Canada and a case in the U.S. have also been reported. People catch monkeypox from animals in West Africa or central Africa.See the Story
Europe · Washington

US Intel Shows Russians Fear Mariupol Abuse Will Backfire

52% Center coverage: 21 sources
U.S. official: Russian officials concerned that abuses will backfire and inspire Mariupol residents to resist the Russian occupation. Russians also fear that the abuses will undercut Russia's claim that they've liberated the Russian-speaking city. The abuses include beating and electrocuting city officials and robbing homes, the official says.See the Story
Europe · Washington

Biden says Finland and Sweden have 'full, total, complete backing' of US as they seek to join NATO

57% Center coverage: 19 sources
Sweden and Finland have "strong democratic institutions, strong militaries and strong and transparent economies," Biden says. Turkey has accused the two nations of backing "terrorism," a reference to the presence in Finland and especially Sweden of Kurdish militants from the separatist PKK. The two Nordic leaders promised to address concerns raised by Turkey in statements.See the Story
Europe · Washington

Court considers whether US can seize a Russian yacht in Fiji

58% Center coverage: 14 sources
Fiji's Court of Appeal decided to take up the case, and heard arguments Wednesday. The FBI had linked the Amadea to the Kerimov family through their alleged use of code names while aboard. The ship became a target of Task Force KleptoCapture, launched in March to seize Russian oligarchs' assets.See the Story
Europe · Washington

NATO enlargement : Biden to meet leaders of Finland, Sweden

67% Center coverage: 12 sources
President Joe Biden is set to meet with Finland President Sauli Niinist'' and Sweden Prime minister Magdalena Andersson Thursday in Washington. The two European nations applied for NATO membership. Their applications were a response to Russia's war on Ukraine, which sparked security concerns across the region.See the Story
Europe · London

COVID-19: JCVI recommends autumn booster jabs for some groups

50% Left coverage: 8 sources
Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) say extra shot would help maintain protection over the winter against severe COVID-19. It recommends jabs for:Over 65sCare home residents and staff.Frontline health and social care workers. People over 16 in vulnerable groups.See the Story
Europe · Germany

Germany: Ex-Chancellor Schröder loses part of state privileges

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Gerhard Schr�der is to lose his taxpayer-funded office and staff, the German parliament announced on Thursday. It comes as his business and political ties to Russia continue to draw controversy. Critics say he has not done enough to distance himself from his Russian business ties and President Vladimir Putin. The European Parliament called for Schr �der to be included in a new sanctions list.See the Story

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