Senate leaders agreed to delay the former US president's impeachment trial to focus on Cabinet nominations and allow Trump to prepare a legal team.
Protests are planned across 60 Russian cities on Saturday in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny
Danish authorities faced a “concrete and serious citizen inquiry into" how the tests are carried out at Dubai entry and exit points, the Scandinavian country's transport minister said.
Italy has ordered TikTok to block any users where their age cannot be determined after a ten-year-old girl from Palermo died during an online "challenge".
The liberal group chairman said in a statement that "there is no place for homophobia in the Renew Europe family".
Facebook is referring its decision to indefinitely suspend Donald Trump to its quasi-independent oversight board.
Following in the footsteps of #MeTooInceste, #MeTooGay began to trend around the country this week as users shared stories of homosexual abuse.
A Bosnian court has convicted a former senior Muslim officer of war crimes during the 1992-95 conflict and sentenced him to 10 years in prison.
Despite the long, dark, and snow-filled winters, locals keep pedalling their way to and from work and school.
Prime Minister Alexander De Croo said Friday that “when people travel, the virus travels with them".
Russia had ordered TikTok and other social networks to restrict online calls for nationwide protests in support of detained Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.
Boris Johnson said on Friday that early evidence showed "a higher degree of mortality" among those with the UK variant of COVID-19.
In a world that seems to keep going in and out of lockdown, and where faces are increasingly covered up with masks, how are babies and young children adapting? Euronews asked an expert in child development at Oxford University’s BabyLab.
Ursula von der Leyen, head of the European Commission, says all non-essential travel should be strongly discouraged both within a country and across borders.
With vaccinations underway in the majority of Europe, who is making the fastest progress?
"People shouting or talking on the phone can emit up to fifty times more particles," according to the Spanish National Research Council.
Luca Dudits thinks this ruling is discriminatory. She is the Communications Officer at Háttér Society, a non-governmental LGBT organisation in Hungary.