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Italy bans Christmas travel after record daily deaths
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Black Friday: Amazon workers in Germany go on strike
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Santa's Grottos are going virtual in the UK this year
As the UK emerges from a nationwide lockdown next week, Father Christmas performers are being trained to use video conferencing.
Germany passes one million COVID-19 cases
Germany will extend its restrictions until early January, Angela Merkel announced on Wednesday evening.
Football for Friendship to set digital world record during pandemic
“Even in difficult situations there are ways for us to be together and set a goal together as a united team spirit," says 14-year-old Irintsoa Rakotomamonjy, who participated in this year’s digital International Children’s Social Programme Football for Friendship (F4F).
Germany slams attempt to storm Reichstag after COVID-19 protest
Politicians in Germany on Sunday slammed an "unacceptable" attempt to storm the Reichstag parliament building after a mass protest in Berlin against coronavirus measures.
First 'proven' case of COVID-19 reinfection in Hong Kong
The 33-year-old man was first diagnosed with COVID-19 in late March but tested positive again while being tested after he returned to Hong Kong from Spain via Britain on August 15.
French nudist resort reports 'worrying' level of COVID-19 cases
The Regional Health Agency (ARS) said the rate of COVID-19 positive cases among those who visited the naturist village is four times higher than people who stayed in the nearby city of Adge and did not travel to the resort.
Donald Trump announces emergency COVID-19 plasma treatment
The treatment involves using blood from recovered COVID-19 patients who have built antibodies against the virus and infuse it into people with coronavirus.
France reports record COVID-19 infections since May, global cases jump
Brazil's President Bolsonaro says he's recovered from coronavirus
Shortly after disclosing the negative result, Bolsonaro left the presidential residence on a motorcycle and greeted supporters.
Mandatory mask-wearing now the norm in Europe as COVID-19 cases rise
As several countries on the continent saw an uptick in reported cases of COVID-19, European countries moved to make mask-wearing mandatory in public spaces.
Coronavirus: How the wearing of masks has exposed a divided Europe
Policy on mask-wearing across the continent has been as varied as different governments' approaches to social distancing, lockdown and other preventive measures.
Merkel and Conte call for European solidarity on coronavirus stimulus
"At stake here there are the common values as well the common interests," said Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte of upcoming talks of a coronavirus recovery package.