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The WHO has warned hospitals and intensive care units are running close to or above capacity in “too many countries”, as the coronavirus outbreak continues to surge across Europe.
The world's worst affected country recorded a new daily high of 83,757 COVID-19 cases, as hospitals warned they were becoming overwhelmed with patients.
US voters are taking to the polls ahead of the November 3 presidential election, but what are the main issues that voters care about?
Biden was outlining a plan to combat COVID-19 in which he also said he would ask Congress to pass a major finance bill to fight the virus.
Libya's two warring factions agreed to a permanent truce after five days of talks at the United Nations, which hailed the move as "historic".
Part of the brokered deal includes a payment of €282.5 million from Sudan as compensation to US victims of terrorism.
One speech delivered by the Nazi leader in 1939 is sold despite objections from a European Jewish group
A preliminary examination report has said that newly discovered damage was too small to have sunk the MS Estonia, which killed 852 people in 1994.
French MP Laetitia Avia told Euronews that tougher action must be taken on social media platforms, following the assassination of history teacher Samuel Paty.
In the wake of the brutal beheading of Samuel Paty, French President Emmanuel Macron has promised a further crackdown on extremism. Some critics say the government's measures to handle the situation are disproportionate and dangerous.
The archaeological city of Al Ain is located along the north-eastern border of the Rub’ Al Khali desert in the UAE.
In this vast plain of the Al Harrah desert, stretching from Syria across north-eastern Jordan and into Saudi Arabia, ancient drawings are carved into volcanic basalt rock.
Greek authorities are searching for Christos Pappas, one of the leading members of the far-right Golden Dawn party, who was sentenced to prison time on Thursday.
More European countries tell people they will have to stay indoors overnight and restrict social interaction to help stop the virus spreading
.Hundreds of nurses march through the streets of Buenos Aires towards the local government headquarters to ask for recognition, better salaries and improved working conditions.
Dry and windy conditions fuel the East Troublesome Fire in Colorado
Health Minister Roman Prymula has come under fire after he was photographed leaving a restaurant in the capital that should have been closed under the country's COVID-19 rules.