Tourists complain that the new regulations were badly communicated and will make life difficult for them when they return.
The authorities believe that smoke can spread the deadly virus.
Protesters are calling for fair elections and an end to police violence in Belarus.
The authorities reported 700 more arrests on Thursday amid mounting fears for the fate of thousands of detainees in the election aftermath.
The Islamic State are showing signs of rebuilding in western Syria, the top US military commander has said.
Euronews spoke to recent graduates from across the bloc to see how they were managing to get a first foot on the ladder in their chosen careers in the midst of a global pandemic and economic crisis.
Experts in New Zealand are working to find out the source of the latest outbreak of coronavirus, with test results showing the strain could be from Australia or the UK.
Germany's response so far has widely been seen as successful in slowing the spread of the pandemic efficiently and quickly before Wednesday's figures.
Linas Linkevicius says his country will "do the utmost" to mediate talks in Belarus, and says opposition candidate Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya is in a secure location.
For years, Cambodia and the European Union have been on a collision course over the southeast Asian country's "serious and systemic violation of human rights". Now, its stand has become official.
The move has been welcomed by activists who say the holiday character of Zwarte Piet is racist.
A group of protesters also went on a hunger strike and one activist threatened to set herself on fire.
Growing claims have alleged the opposition leader was filmed speaking under duress at the country's electoral commission.
Police in Minsk continued to detain people in an attempt to quell unrest following the disputed re-election of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. Several journalists have been injured and some were detained by police.
It's the biggest club level prize in European football. Here's what you need to know.
The Democrats hope the entry into the 2020 presidential race of the first black woman and Asian American increases their chances of beating Donald Trump.
The media mogul, who owns pro-democracy tabloid newspaper the Apple Daily, was arrested earlier this week under China's new national security law.