After the relaxation of coronavirus measures across Europe, and the reopening of borders, countries are once again imposing restrictions to battle rising coronavirus cases.
The lake is known for hosting carps, roaches, pikes and eels. Experts now fear birds could be affected too due to the poor quality of the water.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas, whose country holds the rotating EU presidency, said the Turkish drilling must stop.
Meanwhile, Poland and Lithuania have announced financial, logistic and medical help for the protesters.
Toronto allowed nightclubs and restaurants to reopen - with social distancing restrictions - on July 31.
Not only has the weather been perfect, but the coronavirus lockdown means less people killing them and destroying their nests.
As protests sweep over Belarus, authorities have responded with unprecedented violence - detaining thousands and wounding hundreds.
Stones and heavy fireworks were thrown at the police officers from rooftops.
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EU Commission's spokeswoman Nabila Massrali said Brussels was "ready" to help facilitate negotiations between the Israelis and the Palestinians.
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The origins of the virus that killed almost 750,000 people worldwide are still mostly unknown.
The results have spurred the government to act.
Euronews meets some of the women playing a key role in the protest movement in Belarus amid the outcry over President Lukashenko's disputed re-election.
Greek-Turkish tensions will be on the agenda for Friday's Foreign Ministers meeting in Vienna on Friday,
The French health service has made the move after a sharp rise in COVID-19 infections in the country's two largest cities.
Around 50,000 new cases were recorded in the past two weeks alone.