It is the first rabies-related human death in Norway for more than 200 years, according to the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
Will Germany be one of them?
Nearly half of Europeans wrongly believe vaccines often cause serious side-effects, according to a poll that comes amid a global rise in measles.
Massimiliano Fedriga, a member of the far-right League party, who opposed mandatory vaccination of children is hospitalised with chicken pox.
There's lots of talk about how to protect children from the highly contagious virus, but adults with measles are 10 times more likely to be hospitalized.
Cases of measles are on the rise, 159 cases have been reported in 10 states.
Who are the most vaccine-sceptic countries in the EU?
The World Health Organization has sounded the alarm about measles in Europe. But in which countries is the outbreak worst?
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?
Newly developed Ebola vaccines arrive in Kinshasa as fears grow that the deadly virus has spread to the city of Mbandaka
Half of European countries are vaccinating less than one in three older people against flu.
A six-year-old Italian boy suffering from leukemia has died after complications from a bout of measles, and the death has reignited a hot debate
Anti-vaccine activists in Italy are so upset by the country’s drive to get more children immunised they are set to apply for asylum in Austria.
Get your children vaccinated, or be fined.
The World Health Organisation has announced live trials of Mosquirix in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi.
Romania and Italy have been urged to take urgent action to address a spike in measles cases.
Measles is on the rise in parts of Europe amid a trend of high scepticism towards vaccines in some rich countries, research shows.
Poliomyelitis – or polio – could be gone by 2018, according to the latest data from the World Health Organisation. Only seven cases have been