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Kim Jong-un labels North Korea's Covid-19 outbreak a 'great disaster'
Half a million people are thought to have developed fevers since late April in the country which lacks medicines and rejected international offers of vaccines.
Sri Lanka: The latest travel advice as violent protests continue
Governments are advising tourists to reconsider their Sri Lanka travel plans after the outbreak of violent anti-government protests there.
‘Pandemic within the pandemic’: Is Europe underestimating long COVID?
Millions of people across Europe could be suffering from long COVID. Experts want more resources to be put into investigating the condition and how to treat it.
Panic buying grips Beijing supermarkets after lockdown rumours
Beijing residents rush to supermarkets as Chinese officials try to curb mounting panic over a rumour the capital would be placed under stay-at-home orders.
North Korea declares first COVID-19 outbreak, imposes strict lockdown
Although the hermit state claimed it successfully kept the virus out for more than two years of the pandemic, experts widely doubt it.
Europe drops mandatory masks on planes and in airports
The ECDC and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency announced the joint decision on Wednesday.
Mysterious hepatitis cases rise to 348 worldwide. Is COVID a factor?
The World Health Organization says there are now at least 348 cases of hepatitis of unknown origin around the world, mainly affecting children.
‘Doctor Strange 2’ conjures up biggest opening of 2022
‘Doctor Strange 2’ screening marks a historic start at the US box office, the sixth biggest of all time globally.
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Europe Day: What is it and what does it represent?
The commemorative day honours the moment that is today considered the genesis of European integration.
Rescuers look for victims after Cuba hotel explosion kills 22
Authorities say a natural gas leak was the apparent cause of the blast at Havana’s luxury 19th century Hotel Saratoga.
How do you get a reluctant Briton, German or Italian vaccinated?
Protection against COVID-19, the right to eat out or to travel abroad: a study looked into what might sway vaccine-hesitant adults across eight European countries.
COVID pandemic likely caused around 15 million excess deaths: WHO
Excess mortality is the difference between the number of deaths recorded and the number that would normally be expected based on historical data.
Severe COVID-19 could affect brain as much as ageing 20 years
Cognitive impairment, such as difficulty recalling words, could also be affecting many people who have had COVID-19 but were not hospitalised, the study found.
Traditional Wine Horses race of Calatrava comes back as UNESCO heritage
More than two years after the last edition due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, and after having achieved the declaration as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, Los Caballos del Vino (the Wine Horses) have returned every May 2 to the streets of Caravaca de la Cruz.
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Europeans have decided COVID-19 is over. It isn't.
In a short space of time, governments have lifted most restrictions meant to contain the deadly virus.
Muslims across Europe celebrate Eid-al-Fitr 2022
Muslims around the world are getting into the festive Eid spirit as the holy month of Ramadan ends
Tourism in France surges after pandemic
Paris and the south of France welcomed 20% more tourists over the Easter weekend compared to 2019, despite the Ukraine war and lockdowns in Asia.