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The area is hugely dependent on visitors and faces huge financial hardship if the number of tourists drops this summer.
The German city of Dresden began distributing 200,000 face masks on Monday as they became compulsory on trains, buses and in shops in the state of Saxony.
The UK government has been criticised for the lack of personal protective equipment for frontline workers.
Unprecedented coral bleaching in Australia has scientists searching for ways to shade the ocean from the sun’s harmful rays.
Automating the distribution of masks is aimed at reducing the workload of pharmacists and cutting the amount of contact between people.
Healthcare workers in Spain as in other European countries have been receiving threatening notes form their neighbours. They accuse caregivers of spreading the virus and are afraid their presence may mean they could catch COVID-19.
These youngsters have come up with a bright way of keeping up their tennis practice!
Scientists at Ghent University are experimenting with insect-based fat as a sustainable alternative.
The victims, all from the nomadic Muslim Peuhl or Fulani community, were reportedly killed within hours of being arrested in the northern town of Djibo on April 9, HRW said in a statement.
"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not be engaging with your outlet. There will be no corroboration and zero engagement," Harry and Meghan have told Britain's The Daily Mail, The Sun, Mirror, and Express.
"``To have an American president to encourage people to violate the law, I can't remember any time during my time in America where we have seen such a thing,'' Washington state's Democratic governor, Jay Inslee, has said.
Pandemic induced panic-buying has got us all considering toilet paper alternatives in our time of need.