Navalny's flat and some of his bank accounts were frozen while he lay in a coma in Berlin, the Kremlin critic's spokeswoman said on Thursday.
Freedom of expression - through satire, cartoons and so on - is being eroded by self-censorship. Despite it being a fundamental cornerstone of European culture, we are becoming afraid to be irreverent.
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control called on member states to implement targeted measures as soon as possible to tackle a "worrying increase" in COVID-19 cases.
Experts have criticised some aspects of the EU's new pact on migration and asylum, particularly the faster border procedures and emphasis on returns.
The 43-year-old German national is currently in prison on drug trafficking charges but will be released in January. Prosecutors fear he will vanish if his appeal is upheld.
The bridge divides the Puente de Vallecas neighbourhood from the rest of Madrid looks like a proper frontier. Passports and visas aren't required, but police stand on both sides to check who comes and who goes.
The app was originally set for release in May but was hit by development problems, forcing the government to U-turn and use Apple-Google software instead.
Coronavirus numbers have been on the rise in Belgium, with infections rising dramatically in the past week by 65 per cent.
President Emmanuel Macron described Greco as " elegance and freedom" in a tribute on Twitter.
Bars and restaurants in Marseille and Guadeloupe, where there are currently more than 250 COVID-19 cases per 100,000 population, will have to shut from Saturday.
President Macron hailed the measure as "promoting equality between women and men" but some say it doesn't go nearly far enough to do so.
More than 150 people were arrested in demonstrations across Belarus on Wednesday following the secret inauguration of President Alexander Lukashenko, according to a monitoring group.
Dissent by the small United Poland party prompted its larger partner Law and Justice (PiS) to warn that the ruling coalition was crumbling.
With scientists racing to develop a COVID-19 vaccine, leaders face the unprecedented challenge of manufacturing and distributing a vaccine worldwide. Euronews will speak to some of the world's leading experts to find out what hurdles we face and what solutions can be found.
6,000 people from 45 countries have contacted the group with 80% of them testing positive for COVID-19 after returning from Ischgl.
New restrictive measures were imposed in the UK on Tuesday. The opposition now want the government to extend the furlough scheme due to phase out in October.
How did a country with a so-called “light-touch” approach to the fight against the virus - where restaurants, bars and gyms have remained open throughout the crisis - deal with the pandemic?