As winter kicks in, some flexible workers are looking to ditch often lonely and isolated home offices for warmer climes, something the Canary Islands want to cash in on following the impact of the coronavirus on its main source of income: tourism.
A resident in Lannion was fined €135 for breaching lockdown restrictions for trying to "smash a guy's face in".
"No judge should be able to give a verdict without having to look into the eyes of the person receiving it," defence attorneys from the Charlie Hebdo trial have argued.
Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a longtime ally of the president, blasted Trump's legal team, calling their work a "legal embarrassment" in an interview with ABC.
The crisis created by the coronavirus pandemic will push over a million people into poverty acording to Oxfam. In Spain, food banks are serving 40% more people than last year. Now a charity is converting million worth of Spain's former currency into food for those who need it the most.
Begum left her parents' home in East London in 2015 when she was just 15 to travel to Syria to join IS. She was stripped of her nationality in 2019, a decision she is legally challenging.
The vaccine was 90% effective if administered at a half dose and then at a full dose and 62% effective if administered in two full doses.
Wong, together with fellow activists Ivan Lam and Agnes Chow, pleaded guilty to charges related to organising, taking part in and inciting protesters to join an unauthorised protest outside police headquarters last June.
The US president-elect is expected to nominate Antony Blinken as secretary of state.
But some climate activists argue that the sanctions don't reflect the international definition of 'ecocide'.
Rights groups say hundreds of protesters have been arrested in Belarus as weekly demonstrations against President Alexander Lukashenko continue.
The former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is due to appear in court on corruption charges that could see him go to jail for up to ten years if proven.
The lights are set to stay until January 6, but far fewer people will be there to enjoy them this year.
Serbia is currently facing the worst health crisis since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following last summer’s outbreaks in Russia and Kazakhstan, the bird flu epizootic is now spreading in Western Europe.
Demonstrators in Germany protesting coronavirus restrictions have compared themselves to resistance fighter Sophie Scholl and diarist Anne Frank, both killed by the Nazis.
A giant mural paying homage to the LGBTQ community has been unveiled in Rome sprayed with paint that it's claimed reduces air pollution.