After 112 days, the Australian city of Melbourne has lifted its coronavirus lockdown.
"There's nothing but bad solutions because that's the point we are reaching now," said Dr Alexander Ghuysen, head of the emergency department at the hospital in Liege.
It's perhaps over Russia the two men differ most strongly. Trump has seemed reluctant to criticise President Putin at times, even when US intelligence concluded the Kremlin had interfered in the 2016 election. Whereas Biden has signalled he would take a much firmer line with Moscow
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The world’s largest economy suffered its biggest blow since the Great Depression as the Covid-19 pandemic froze almost all the activity, shattered consumer and business spending and reshaped the US presidential election.
With under a week to go until the vote, the Democratic challenger was in Georgia while the president is on a whistlestop tour of several Midwestern states.
Police say officers shot Walter Wallace, 27, when he ignored orders to drop a knife. His family say he was experiencing a mental health crisis.
With many events cancelled due to COVID-19, Cannes 2020 "feels like a fight" on behalf of the entire sector, Exberliner Magazine editor David Mourikund told Euronews.
Howard Catton, chief executive of the International Council of Nurses, said that was the same number of nurses who were killed in World War I.
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The small boat, carrying up to 20 Iranian nationals, was attempting the treacherous crossing from France to the UK, officials said
Anti-Macron protests from Turkey to Pakistan and beyond spring from the French president's comments on freedom of speech and religious "separatism".
Swedish security firm Gunnebo said the incident was "extremely regrettable".
An investigation by The Cube has found no evidence that the Democratic vice presidential nominee broke Ohio county rules during an appearance near a polling station.
The government’s lawyers argued that the United States could step in as the defendant because Trump was forced to respond to the lawsuit to prove he was physically and mentally fit for the job.
The Polish captain of a Portuguese cargo ship has been arrested after his freighter collided with a Greek warship off the port of Piraeus, causing extensive damage and two injuries to crew members.
The World Food Programme was awarded this year's Nobel Peace Prize for its "efforts to combat hunger". Now it has to grapple with the challenges posed by Covid-19.