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The young pro-democracy campaigner has left Hong Kong for an undisclosed location after China imposed a tough new security law on the former British colony.
Castex is the mayor of Prades, a town in the Pyrenees, and has been overseeing the exit from France's coronavirus lockdown.
More than 53,000 cases were recorded on Thursday and they are still on the rise in 40 of the country’s 50 states, on the eve of the 4th July weekend.
Governor Greg Abbott had previously said the government could not order individuals to wear masks, but changed course because of rising coronavirus hospitalisations.
Arrivals to England from a number of countries will be exempted from quarantine requirements from July 10, paving the way for for Britons to enjoy a summer holiday abroad.
In the face of a blatant attempt at interference by Donald Trump, the ICC should guard its independence and push on with its probes into alleged war crimes committed by the US in Afghanistan and Israeli forces in Palestine.
Cases have risen since the country held parliamentary elections in mid-June.
Regular religious services have not been held there since 1934 when modern Turkey's founding president Mustafa Kemal Atatürk signed an order converting the building into a museum. But a legal challenge claims the signature was forged.
The British government is under pressure to clarify plans to exempt arrivals from some countries from quarantine rules and allow Britons to travel abroad.
Shrinking away from the challenges posed by international crises like the coronavirus pandemic will not save the millions of jobs set to be lost in the tourism sector.
British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, the longtime friend of Jeffrey Epstein, has been charged in the US in relation to the sex abuse scandal involving the disgraced financier.
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey looks back at how COVID-19, six months since it emerged, has affected Europe.
MPs in Montenegro approved same-sex partnerships amid efforts to push forward with joining the European Union.
The longest border within the EU has reopened for the first time since the coronavirus lockdowns were imposed.
"The jade workers were smothered by a wave of mud," the Myanmar Fire Service Department said on Facebook.
"I feel this is my grandparents' generation when they emigrated from Greece to the US and never saw their parents again," Pauline Manos, an American who has lived in Brussels for 30 years, told Euronews.