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EU countries advised to reintroduce restrictions on US travellers
The Delta variant is sending infections and hospitalisations soaring. The US is now registering more than 1,000 new cases per day, the highest level since March.
COVID-19 vaccine: EU overtakes US in first jabs injections
After a slow start, Europe's inoculation drive has picked up pace. The share of the EU's population that received at least one vaccine dose is now higher than in the US.
Biden bids Merkel farewell in final official meet between the leaders
The US president said he would miss Angela Merkel at their summits, telling her: "I truly will."
US rapper Lil Baby released and fined for carrying drugs in Paris
NBA star James Harden was also stopped and searched by Paris police but was not detained.
Vladimir Putin says US and UK both behind Black Sea 'provocation'
The episode was the latest to raise tensions between Russia and the West since Russia's annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula in 2014.
EU confirms COVID travel restrictions should be lifted on US visitors
In addition to the US, EU representatives added five other countries -- North Macedonia, Albania, Serbia, Lebanon and Taiwan -- to the tourist travel list.
US-EU need to write the rules for new technologies 'before China'
"China doesn't share our values," said Raimondo. "So we, together with Europe, need to write the rules of the road."
Jill Biden offers 'love' from America on her jacket during overseas tr
The first lady wore the jacket while she and her husband met UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife.
Joe Biden to be the 13th US president to meet Queen Elizabeth
The president will sip tea with the queen at Windsor Castle on Sunday after wrapping up the G7 meet.
Former army green beret sentenced to 15 years for Russian espionage
Peter Dzibinski Debbins had admitted to divulging US military secrets to Russia for 15 years.
Poland expels three Russian diplomats over 'hostile actions'
The move comes after the White House announced the expulsion of 10 Russian diplomats over a massive cyberattack and election interference.
French winemakers 'stand to lose nearly €1 billion to US tariffs'
They have called on the French government to provide more support.
Nicola Sturgeon tells Donald Trump he can't come to Scotland for golf
Scotland's first minister repeated the current coronavirus lockdown rules as she addressed reports that the US president plans to swerve Joe Biden's inauguration by going on a transatlantic golfing trip.
Julian Assange denied bail due to concerns he could abscond
Julian Assange's lawyers had hoped an earlier decision to block an extradition request to the US would work in his favour for bail.
'A blip along the way': Harry Dunn's mum defiant after losing appeal
The parents of Harry Dunn, a British teen who died after colliding with a car being driven on the wrong side of the road in the UK, have lost their High Court appeal.
Deadline looms for TikTok to end operations in the US
President Donald Trump's administration said it was working on a solution for TikTok after the Chinese company applied for an extension to the deadline when it must cease operating in the US.
Trump asks Supreme Court to let him block Twitter critics
The White House is asking the Supreme Court to reverse a 2019 ruling which said that the US President could not block users as it is a violation of the First Amendment.
Nuclear blast in Germany would kill hundreds of thousands: Greenpeace
The NGO is calling on the US to withdraw nuclear warheads it stores in Germany.
Trump sets deadline for TikTok sale and demands cut for US government
The US President's comments come after Microsoft confirmed it was in talks with the video app's owner, China's ByteDance.
Europeans' trust in US falls during coronavirus pandemic, survey finds
Trust in the US has fallen in the EU while negativity towards China has increased, leading many to call on the bloc to take a more unified response to global threats.
George Floyd: EU foreign policy chief calls death an 'abuse of power'
"We support the right to peaceful protest and also we condemn violence and racism of any kind, and we call for a de-escalation of tensions," said Borrell.
Russia behind massive cyber attack on Georgia, say Western allies
It was part of a long-running campaign of hostile activity Georgia, the UK's foreign office said,
IKEA to pay $46 million to parents of child killed by dresser
Joleen and Craig Dudek said they were "devastated" by the loss of their son and planned to contribute $1,000,000 of the settlement to three organisations "fighting to protect children from dangerous products."
A$AP Rocky blocked from playing gig at Swedish prison he was held in
The US rapper — whose real name is Rakim Mayers — wanted to perform at the prison in Stockholm where he was detained ahead of his assault conviction.
UK election fact check: Is Britain's NHS up for sale? | #TheCube
Jeremy Corbyn says the documents show that America wants the NHS on the table in trade talks and leave Boris Johnson's denials "in absolute tatters."
Spain says it will respond with strength to new US tariffs
Spain has summoned the US ambassador in Madrid to express its complete rejection of any new US tariffs on European Union goods.