The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is 66% effective and protects against severe COVID-19, US regulators confirmed. They could authorise the vaccine within the coming days.
Plastic bags have been overtaken by face masks as one of the most common pieces of plastic waste. In fact, 102 million are thrown every week in the UK alone.
About 60,000 riders using bicycles and motor scooters mostly work without any kind of contract, pension contributions, paid holidays, sick leave or accident coverage.
Isabel Brilhante Pedrosa was given 72 hours to leave the country.
It's mostly thanks to coronavirus that another 1,200 words have been added to the German language this year. Here's some of the best.
Kosovars hate it and its president has warned EU diplomats of a plot to undermine it. But Kosovo's new leader-in-waiting Albin Kurti might just choose to ignore it.
The cocaine was found in more than 1,700 tin cans that had been filled with putty, Hamburg's customs office said.
Which would you prefer? In Serbia, people can select any of four jabs: the one developed by Pfizer-BioNTech, China’s Sinopharm, Russia’s Sputnik V and Oxford-Astrazeneca's.
Three jailed for helping ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn flee to Lebanon
"Today we are starting vaccinations with the Chinese batches," said Prime Minister Viktor Orban in a brief message on Facebook.
The Czech Republic health officials say hospitals are overwhelmed and they plan to ask for help from abroad when the numbers of remaining beds in hospitals reach 10%
Human rights campaigners hope the landmark ruling will set a precedent for other cases.
Euronews correspondent Shona Murray spoke to Sunday World reporter Patricia Devlin who has been targeted for her work in Northern Ireland.
The huge parachute used by NASA’s Perseverance rover to land on Mars contained a secret message, thanks to a puzzle lover on the spacecraft team.
San Marino isn’t an EU member and was excluded from the deals the 27-nation bloc negotiated with pharmaceutical firms.
Bookings to Spain, Greece and other destinations soared after Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement but there is still uncertainty surrounding international travel.
The country dealt with the virus relatively well until December, but has since seen cases soar largely due to the spread of the highly contagious British variant.