Army in Europe starts new resume database to make it easier for spouses to get jobs

The EURCivJobs site aims to simplify how job seekers find work in the European theater.

Sweden sentences woman for taking child to Islamic State area in Syria

The woman, who lived in the southern town of Landskrona, has allegedly told the child's father that she and the boy were only going on a holiday to Turkey.

Dutch prime minister extends his country's pandemic lockdown

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Monday extended the country's tough coronavirus lockdown until the end of the month, but he added a note of hope to his message to a pandemic-weary nation by predicting that a “tipping point is coming when the vaccine gains the upper hand over the virus and more will be possible.”

Italian police arrest Algerian for aiding Bataclan attackers

The suspect was arrested on suspicion of participating in a terror organization, and is believed to have belonged to the Islamic State group, national police said in a statement.

German lawmaker to resign after his firm profited from masks

Nikolas Loebel, a backbench lawmaker with Merkel's center-right Christian Democratic Union, was blasted by members of his own party and opponents after it emerged Friday that a company he runs earned commissions of 250,000 euros from brokering contracts to buy masks.

Etna keeps up its spectacular explosions; ash rains down on nearby towns

A particularly spectacular blast from Italy's Mount Etna volcano belched out a towering cloud of ash and lava stone Sunday onto Sicilian villages, the latest in a series of explosions since mid-February.

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