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France exceeds 10,000 new daily COVID-19 cases for first time
Displaced migrants on Lesbos protest in wake of fire at Moria camp
Police put end to march against coronavirus restrictions in Munich
Police had tried to ban the march but the city court allowed it to go ahead with a limit of 1,000 participants — authorities estimated 3,000 turned up.
COVID-19: Oxford University to resume trials of vaccine
Yellow Vests stage comeback with protests across France
Iran executes young wrestler Navid Afkari despite global appeals
"The execution of Iranian wrestler Navid Afkari is very sad news," the International Olympic Committee said.
Former UK PMs Blair and Major hit out at Johnson over new Brexit bill
"This way of negotiating, with reason cast aside in pursuit of ideology and cavalier bombast posing as serious diplomacy, is irresponsible, wrong in principle and dangerous in practice," the former UK leaders said.
4 arrested in southern Italy after 2 British teens sexually assaulted
Police in southern Italy have arrested four men and are investigating another four on suspicion of sexually assaulting two British girls at a villa where a party was being held, authorities said on Friday.
13 killed in clashes in Bogota after a man dies in police custody
Three nights of unrest in Bogota began after a video went viral on social media showing a man, Javier Ordonez, being repeatedly tasered by police as he's arrested.
Italy reels as hundreds attend funeral of black man beaten to death
21-year-old Willy Monteiro Duarte was brutally beaten to death after intervening in a fight to help a friend. Premier Giuseppe Conte and Italy’s interior minister attended the funeral.
Germany: 3 passengers 'seriously injured' after bus comes off highway
The international bus service came off a highway in northern Germany before coming to rest on its side in a ditch, injuring over 30 people.
Landmarks and buildings lit up as Berlin's Festival of Lights begins
Under the motto "together we shine," the historic centre of Berlin was lit up on Friday evening with installations on monuments and historical buildings throughout the city.
Effigy of Spanish king burned as tensions rise on Catalan National Day
Coronavirus: How long can Antarctica remain free of COVID-19?
The race is on to prevent new arrivals to the continent contaminating the research base 1,000 scientists from around the world call home.
'Historic' Afghan-Taliban peace talks begin after decades of war
The peace talks could see the exit of American and NATO troops from Afghanistan after 19 years of conflict.
The innovative new project saving Zimbabwe’s bees from extinction
Bees have been struggling to survive in Zimbabwe - but this radical sanctuary programme could be the answer.