'Firebreak' lockdown announced in Wales until November 9 in effort to halt spread of coronavirus
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Slovenia has officially declared an epidemic amid a major surge in COVID-19 infections, and new government measures will be imposed.
It is unclear how the government will staff the hospital given widespread reports of a shortage of doctors and medical professionals in the country.
Whilst the German government has pledged 40 billion euros to help coal regions as mines close, those living and working in nuclear power are not seeing the same support.
Regional leaders are set to meet at a summit hosted by Estonia to discuss improvements to infrastructure and living standards among Eastern European EU members
Iran welcomed the expiration of the deal, but said it was not planning to go on a 'shopping spree'.
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Police have detained protesters at a rally in the Belarus capital Minsk as anti-government protests show no signs of abating
Local officials confirm he narrowly defeated the left-wing incumbent Mustafa Akıncı in Sunday's run-off vote
Demonstrations were planned across France on Sunday in Samuel Paty's memory.
Waiters packed up the terraces of Paris' famous bistros and Champs-Elysees avenue lay almost empty as the clock struck 9 pm.
Thousands of people in the US state of Colorado are fleeing a wildfire that hasn't stopped burning since mid-August.
Steven Gallant, who confronted London Bridge attacker Usman Khan using a large, ornamental narwhal tusk, will be considered for parole 10 months early.
"You can get married. You just can't get a thousand people at your wedding. You get the same results at the end of the day. It's also cheaper!" Governor Andrew Cuomo joked.
The ceasefire, which was set to start at midnight on Saturday, came after Armenia and Azerbaijan accused each other of attacking residential areas.
In what has now become a tradition on Saturdays in the Belarusian capital, hundreds marched carrying flowers and chanting in protest againt president Alexander Lukashenko