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.
Hard of hearing people use visual cues, like the movement of another person’s lips, to understand and interact with others. But since the pandemic struck, the use of face masks has interfered with people's ability to communicate clearly.
Sunday's presidential election in Portugal comes at a very difficult moment in the fight against COVID-19. The country is under lockdown and the traditional last round of political campaigning has been scrapped. Now candidates and observers fear a record-low voter turnout, casting doubt on polls.
Albanian Foreign Ministry says the diplomat had "continued to violate measures to protect against the pandemic".
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison hit back at the search giant saying "we don't respond to threats" after Google said it would remove its services from the country.
House Democrats have already voted to impeach Trump for a second time over charges he incited the assault by his supporters on the US Capitol building which left five people dead.
Favoured by Trump supporters, Parler was removed from the Google and Apple app stores and kicked off Amazon's its web-hosting service following violence at the US Capitol.
US deaths have surged past 400,000, and the new president noted projections that they could reach 500,000 in a month.
With vaccination programmes being rolled out across the continent, health authorities are keen to see them adopted by all communities.
But against them are anti-vaxx campaigns.
The elephants are counted using a computer algorithm trained to identify the creatures against a variety of backdrops.