Ukraine has confirmed it will expel a 'senior' Russian diplomat on Monday in response to the arrest and expulsion of its consul in St Petersburg.
There have been more than three million deaths worldwide due to COVID-19, according to a Johns Hopkins University tally.
WHO's Europe office announced last week that in the European region there are one million reported deaths.
The key stories of the week, captured by photographers around the world.
NASA chose Elon Musk's SpaceX to build the next lander that will carry astronauts to the moon.
US President Joe Biden met with Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga in Biden's first face-to-face meeting with a foreign leader.
The resignation marks the end of the Castro brothers' leadership that began with the 1959 revolution.
The audio-based social network solely relies on users reporting harmful content, rather than proactively moderating content.
The Irish government is hoping to bank on the rise of remote work to breathe new life into rural towns and villages.
Questions have been raised around the different ways in which vaccines can impact women compared to men
The former head of Austria's far-right party, Heinz-Christian Strache has been charged with corruption following the 2019 "Ibizagate" scandal.
France's industry minister said on Friday that while a final decision was yet to be made, it was "highly probable" the EU wouldn't renew its contract for the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID vaccine.
With no state ceremony, a custom-built hearse and a 30-person guest list, the Duke of Edinburgh's adieu will look a little different to other royal funerals.
Sweden's Public Health Agency says they will ease restrictions for those citizens, mostly elderly, who have had at least one vaccination shot against COVID-19.
It's far more complex than the UK just leading the way.
The talks were arranged to improve relations between the NATO allies but descended into accusations.
Romania has approved a bill that aims to exclude Chinese group Huawei from the country's future 5G mobile network.
French Parliament adopts a law that sets the age of consent at 15 years old, and 18 years old in the case of incest.
Authorities in the US and the EU have already started planning for such an eventuality.
Ukraine's president has told Euronews there is no time to lose in resolving tensions in the east of the country.
Iran appears to have followed through on its vow to increase enrichment after a bomb attack on its nuclear facility in Natanz.