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LISBON (Reuters) - Helplines across Europe have reported higher demand for their services as the coronavirus pandemic adds to the hurdles many women face to access abortion.
TRNAVA, Slovakia (Reuters) - Slovakia ended Scotland's nine-match unbeaten when a first-half goal from Jan Gregus gave them a 1-0 win in their Nations League match on Sunday between teams who both qualified for Euro 2020 amid drama last week.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria is investigating 21 people as possible accomplices of the jihadist who went on a deadly shooting rampage in Vienna last week, but much remains unknown, including how he got to the area of the attack, officials said on Friday.
BELFAST (Reuters) - Michal Duris struck an extra-time winner as Slovakia profited from the few chances they had to stun Northern Ireland and 1,060 raucous home fans with a 2-1 victory in their Euro 2020 qualification playoff at Windsor Park on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Debutants Jonas Wind and Alexander Bah came off the bench to score as Denmark beat Sweden 2-0 in a friendly in Copenhagen on Wednesday with both sides fielding weakened teams due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - Northern Ireland goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell would relish another penalty shoot-out in Euro 2020 playoff against Slovakia at Windsor Park on Thursday after showing his prowess against Bosnia Herzegovina last month.
(Reuters) - Winger Ryan Fraser and defender Grant Hanley will miss Scotland's crucial European Championship playoff away to Serbia due to hamstring injuries, assistant coach Steven Reid said on Monday.
VIENNA (Reuters) - The scale of Austria's intelligence failure before last week's deadly jihadist attack in Vienna became clearer on Monday as the Interior Ministry confirmed the attacker had taken part in a large meeting in the summer that included Islamists from abroad.
ZILINA, Slovakia (Reuters) - Slovakia held a second round of nationwide coronavirus testing on Saturday in an effort to curb increasing infections, with more than half a million people screened by noon.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria on Friday admitted "intolerable mistakes" in the handling of intelligence on the jihadist who killed four people in Vienna on Monday, saying it could have considered him a greater threat and monitored him more closely.