The head of Germany's Standing Committee on Vaccination says the country must prepare for the possibility that all citizens will need a third 'booster' dose of vaccine in 12 months' time.
British police have declared the explosion a major incident. Four people were also injured in the blast, two seriously.
Tear gas and water cannons were turned on protests in Paris, while similar demonstrations took place across France and in London, Madrid, and Berlin.
Gergely Karácsony hopes to run as the united opposition's candidate for prime minister when Hungary goes to the polls next year.
From Monday, travellers from most EU countries will be able to visit Portugal, authorities announced on Saturday.
Peter Dzibinski Debbins had admitted to divulging US military secrets to Russia for 15 years.
The British prime minister said the variant, which has killed at least four people in the UK, could pose "a serious disruption" to removing restrictions in June.
The news was welcomed on Twitter by European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
Viral photos of Croatian politicians have been circulating on social media and it's all over a rule of law dispute.
Petr Arenberger has come under criticism for his previously unknown supplementary income.
While the Catania case was dismissed, the leader of the right-wing League will face trial in the Sicilian capital of Palermo on kidnapping charges for failure to let a Spanish migrant rescue ship dock in 2019.
European diplomats have voiced serious concerns about how the World Health Organization has handled sex abuse allegations involving its own staff during an outbreak of Ebola in Congo.
All of the country's 17 million mink population were culled last year over risk of spreading a COVID-19 variant.
Around 30 EU citizens including Greek, Italian, Bulgarian and Spanish nationals are thought to have been detained in the UK in the past week due to confusion over visa requirements.
Beyond issuing statements urging calm, can European diplomacy have an actual impact in defusing the recent surge in Israeli-Palestinian violence?
Ireland's Health Service Executive said on Friday that it has shut down its IT systems as a precaution.
Eurofound found that people who use social media as their main source of information are more sceptical about the vaccine than those who use traditional news sources.
Andrii Derkach was one of several Ukrainian politicians promoted by a network of fake Facebook accounts booted off the social media platform last month.
According to Viasna, the musician had blocked traffic by waving a red and white flag and encouraged demonstrators to clap their hands.
Under the French government's planned phased easing of restrictions, some swingers' clubs will be allowed to reopen on May 19. Nightclubs, however, still do not have any clarity over when they might be able to reopen.