The government fears the spike in infections could spiral out of control.
Italian police in Bari have arrested an Algerian suspect for allegedly assisting the Paris terror attacks in November 2015.
President Teodoro Obiang Nguema said the explosion at 4 p.m. local time was due to the “negligent handling of dynamite” in the military barracks.
Picking the 12 members of the jury is expected to take three weeks as prosecutors and defence attorneys grill potential jurors try to ensure impartiality.
Widely circulated videos appeared to show peaceful protestors being thrown to the ground and attacked with batons on Sunday.
It was claimed that a company run by Löbel had earned commissions of €250,000 for brokering face mask contracts between manufacturers and German authorities.
The phased return to classrooms after a two-month shutdown is the first stage in the UK's four-step “roadmap” back to normality.
With vaccinations underway in the majority of Europe, who is making the fastest progress?
The UN agency estimates that the pandemic may undo progress seen in recent years and put an additional 10 million girls at risk of forced child marriages before the end of the decade.
The locals are being careful, but they live in a more relaxed way. Anyone arriving on the island must take a rapid test.
Poland has one of the worst records on preventing violence against women in Europe.
The weeklong meeting of the National People’s Congress, which rubber stamps policies approved by the Communist Party leadership, provides a window into government priorities.
A stunning 83% of young women limit themselves in order to avoid harassment, a survey of EU citizens found.
Ahead of International Women’s Day, the United Nations Development Programme is calling for governments to implement temporary basic income for women to prevent rising poverty and widening gender inequalities.
Oprah Winfrey says Harry told her that neither his grandmother nor his grandfather were part of royal conversations about Archie’s skin tone, alleged by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in their bombshell interview.
The tradition began in 1946 when feminists chose the mimosa as a rival flower to the traditional red rose of Valentine's Day.
Europe recorded one million new COVID-19 cases last week, an increase that ended a six-week decline in infections.