Most countries in Europe now require people to wear facemasks on public transport and in shops. In Germany, new rules allow only medical masks to be worn on public transport and supermarkets. Euronews has visited one small factory in the German capital that is ramping up its production.
76 years ago, the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp in occupied Poland was liberated. The day is commemorated as International Holocaust Remembrance Day. This year, pandemic restrictions in Germany mean the anniversary is being mostly marked virtually.
Jihadist insurgents still control large areas of the Sahel desert region after violence erupted in northern Mali in 2012.
A selection of archive photographs shows the suffering of Jewish victims at the hands of their Nazi persecutors during the Holocaust in WWII.
One protester was killed and 80 police injured after farmers stormed a symbolic fort in New Delhi on India's Republic Day in a mass protest on Tuesday against PM Narendra Modi.
The ravine near Kyiv was the site of one of the worst Nazi massacres of Jews and ethnic Poles during the Second World War
Blinken said he would set about reversing the Trump-era "America First" policy, reaching out to longstanding allies who the former president allienated.
Rotterdam Mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb posted a video message on Twitter, asking rioters: “Does it feel good to wake up with a bag full of stolen stuff next to you?”
Teachers complain of working conditions, low pay, and a bungled pandemic response.
“I think, if we knew this was going to happen, I honestly think things might have been different, people would have voted differently,"
Unlike his immediate predecessors, Biden has not held out hope for a “reset” in relations with Russia.
A third of all confirmed cases around the world are in Europe.
Election authorities have ruled that Albin Kurti is an ineligible candidate because he has been sentenced for a crime in the last three years.
President Salome Zurabishvili described the ruling as “historic."
The virtual meeting aimed to produce an agenda for dealing with effects such as rising sea levels, extreme weather and crop failure.
"People need to know what these people in the public eye have been saying. And they need to know that these people in the public eye have been really irresponsible ... I hope that the outcome will be more understanding of the reality of COVID," co-founder Sam Bowman told Euronews.
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