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Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković has tested positive for COVID-19, two days after his wife also contracted the virus.
Campaigners are demanding action after Spanish authorities confirmed that a third bear had been killed in the Pyrenees mountains since the start of 2020.
Figures released on World AIDS Day show infection and death rates are falling, but experts warn many people spend years without knowing they are infected.
The tweet sparked outrage from Australia PM Scott Morrison, who called on Twitter to remove it from its platform.
Two brothers are accused of killing a biracial man on the island of Bornholm in June.
Critics say The Crown displays a general lack of respect for The Queen and her family.
It is the latest in a series of protests over a disputed presidential election in August.
Thousands of people took to the streets across France at the weekend to protest against the new measure, over fears that police violence would be harder to expose.
The problem has been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic, according to Save The Children.
The firm is accused of claiming that several iPhone models were water-resistant without clarifying the exceptional circumstances.
Vladimir Bozovic was on Saturday given 72 hours to leave Montenegro after claiming that a century-old decision in 1918 to merge with Serbia was “free expression of the people’s will to unite with fraternal Serbia”.
The Oruç Reis has been conducting exploratory research in the eastern Mediterranean since the summer, despite protests from Greece
For years Kaavan was living in substandard conditions at a Islamabad zoo. After a public outcry and campaigning by the US singer Cher. Kaavan, considered the world’s ‘loneliest elephant’ has finally moved from Pakistan to Cambodia.
France to double police on coastline patrols as part of the new deal with Britain to stem the flow of migrants crossing the Channel.
Intercom priest: Italian cleric reaching parishoners one visit at a time
Disruption to malaria treatment caused by the coronavirus pandemic could lead to tens of thousands of malaria deaths, the World Health Organization has warned
New Zealand authorities filed safety violation charges on Monday against 10 organisations and three individuals after a volcanic eruption at White Island last year killed 22 people.