Belgium’s prime minister has announced the country will reopen restaurants and bars for outdoor service next month, and lift a night-time curfew, while Switzerland and Denmark also announced plans to ease restrictions.
Czech president Milos Zeman said he "terminated the duties of Tomáš Petříček in accordance with the Constitution". But what were the real reasons for the departure of the foreign minister?
The personal data of more than 530 million Facebook users were found on a hacker's forum last week.
The rector of Paris' Notre-Dame Cathedral told Euronews that he felt "hopeful" that the reconstruction was still on track despite delays due to COVID and lead contamination.
A number of incidents related to the pandemic had created tensions within Romania's governing coalition.
98 of the UN's 193 member nations recognise Kosovo's declaration of independence from Serbia, but Russia and China are among those who do not.
Officials have largely blamed the spike in instances of the virus on the spread of the UK variant.
Several EU countries criticised the proposed law, saying it would break EU single market rules by discriminating against imported products.
The decision was taken due to the vaccine's link with very rare cases of blood clots, the country's health agency said.
Leonardo Cazzaniga and his mistress, nurse Laura Taroni, gave lethal cocktails to patients at Saronno Hospital near Milan between 2011 and 2014.
Borissov's centre-right GERB party won the most seats in last week's election but fell well short of a majority.
20 people have been killed and 3 injured in a road accident involving a fuel tanker and bus in southern Egypt.
Michelle Bachelet said the repression in Myanmar "clearly echoes" the situation in Syria in 2011 because "there too, we saw peaceful protests met with unnecessary and clearly disproportionate force."
Moscow later confirmed Biden had made a proposal to hold a summit on the matter, without saying if it had been accepted.
Iran's President Rouhani has said plans for 60 per cent nuclear enrichment will be an answer to 'evilness'
US president Joe Niden has announced his plan to pull all remaining US forces out of Afghanistan on the 20th anniversary of the 2001 September 11 terror attacks.
The resignations from Officer Kim Potter and Police Chief Tim Gannon came two days after the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center.
Iran will begin enriching uranium up to 60% following the attack on its Natanz nuclear facility.
If MPs pass the legislation, restrictions will be automatically introduced in regions with a spike in COVID-19 infections.
The municipal council of Mytilene approved the construction of a new 3,000-capacity facility on the Aegean island - but without agreeing where it will be located.