Facebook has pledged to curb anti-vaccine misinformation but does the social network's new policy go far enough? Alex Morgan from The Cube has the story.
It is the first rabies-related human death in Norway for more than 200 years, according to the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
The number of outbreaks of measles around the world is increasing. Governments planning to mandate vaccinations or introduce sanctions for those who do not vaccinate their child should consider action against those spreading false messages about these life-saving medicines.
With the European elections around the corner we ask some experts how the EU can fight back against disinformation during the campaign.
Nearly half of Europeans wrongly believe vaccines often cause serious side-effects, according to a poll that comes amid a global rise in measles.
"We all know that there is a huge number of fake vaccinated children. Every mum in the playground knows it. They say ‘All the mothers do it, they just go and bribe the doctor or a nurse’."
A vaccine came too late for his daughter, Olivia.
"This is the epicenter of a measles outbreak that is very, very troubling and must be dealt with immediately," the mayor said at a news conference in Williamsburg.
Massimiliano Fedriga, a member of the far-right League party, who opposed mandatory vaccination of children is hospitalised with chicken pox.
With an increase of anti-vaccination posts circulating on social media, Pinterest and YouTube have adopted a zero-tolerance policy for this content.
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Cases of measles are on the rise, 159 cases have been reported in 10 states.
WHO said “uneven progress between and within countries” was to blame for the record numbers.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that polio remains a worldwide public health emergency after cases nearly doubled in Afghanistan over the past year.
The World Health Organization has sounded the alarm about measles in Europe. But in which countries is the outbreak worst?
Dr Mark Muscat of the World Health Organization tells Euronews that a lack of vaccination coverage is behind the record numbers of measles case in Europe.
Critics say Italy's move to row back on making 10 vaccines mandatory for schoolchildren will take the country back to the Middle Ages. But what do people on the other side of the argument think and why does Italy have a growing anti-vaccine movement?
#GME Italy’s law change sparks controversy after ruling coalition says parents no longer need proof of children’s vaccinations. @TesaArcilla spoke to Dr Mark Muscat from the World Health Organisation.
4,000 doses of the vaccine were shipped to Mbandaka over the weekend after the country is facing its ninth outbreak
The number of measles cases in Europe has quadrupled in a year, according to the World Health Organization.
Half of European countries are vaccinating less than one in three older people against flu.