France to introduce tougher curbs as new COVID-19 cases hit four-month high2021-03-18
France will implement stricter rules in more regions, including Paris and its surrounding areas, from this weekend to curb COVID-19 resurgence as daily infections hit the new highest level since mid-November 2020.
UK gov't unveils new measures for female protection after death of Sarah Everard2021-03-17
The British government on Tuesday announced a package of new measures, including better lighting and CCTV in community, to give "further reassurance" to women and girls after the death of 33-year-old Sarah Everard.
UK's Prince Philip returns home after almost one-month stay in hospital2021-03-17
Britain's Prince Philip has returned to Windsor Castle after almost one-month stay in hospital, Buckingham Palace said Tuesday.
France enters third wave of coronavirus pandemic: PM2021-03-17
France has entered "a form of third wave (of the coronavirus pandemic) characterized by numerous virus variants," Prime Minister Jean Castex said on Tuesday, stressing that his government still considers vaccination a top priority of its strategy to stem the spread of the virus.
139814879_16159007191111n.jpg Mixed reaction for "green" vaccine passport in Europe2021-03-17
Mixed reaction for "green" vaccine passport in Europe
Merkel's CDU party suffers heavy setbacks in two state elections2021-03-15
Germany's ruling Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party suffered heavy setbacks in two state elections on Sunday, an inauspicious start in the key election year which is expected to produce a successor to Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Five EU nations call for debate on COVID-19 vaccine distribution2021-03-14
Leaders from five European Union (EU) nations, including Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, have called for an EU debate on the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, Bulgarian News Agency (BTA) reported Saturday.
UK trade in goods with EU falls sharply after Brexit2021-03-13
The ONS said multiple factors may have attributed to the falling trade in goods between Britain and the EU. In addition to the changes facing Britain after the transition period ended, the country went into another national lockdown at the beginning of January.
Europe marks day of remembrance of victims of terrorism2021-03-12
Europe on Thursday commemorated those who lost their life to terrorism with a solemn ceremony in Madrid, the capital of Spain.
Italy follows France, Germany in giving OK to AstraZeneca vaccine for elderly2021-03-09
Italy raised the age limit for use of the coronavirus vaccine from British-Swedish pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca on Monday, following similar moves from France and Germany in recent days.
139795258_16152300787471n.jpg UK PM says higher risk of virus transmission "inevitable" as schools reopen in England2021-03-09
UK PM says higher risk of virus transmission "inevitable" as schools reopen in England
French ex-president Sarkozy sentenced to 3 years on corruption charges2021-03-02
A French court on Monday convicted former president Nicolas Sarkozy on charges of corruption and influence peddling and handed him three-year prison sentence, including two years suspended.
139773411_16145068475931n.jpg Hungarian president receives injection of China's Sinopharm vaccine against COVID-192021-03-01
Hungarian president receives injection of China's Sinopharm vaccine against COVID-19
France reports nearly 20,000 new coronavirus cases, 122 deaths2021-03-01
France registered 19,952 new coronavirus infection cases and 122 related deaths in the past 24 hours, according to figures released by the Public Health Agency on Sunday.
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