Though the queen is back working after a hospital visit, she is confined to "light duties" and will not be traveling to Glasgow.
During the pandemic, France sought to save independent bookstores by reimbursing delivery fees and classifying them as essential businesses.
Doctors in Britain are concerned about the extremely rare but "terrible" sexually transmitted infection that can raise the risk of contracting HIV.
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"These documents leave little room for doubt about Facebook’s crucial role in advancing the cause of authoritarianism in America and around the world."
Starting Nov. 8, the United States is lifting its ban on travelers from 33 countries who have been vaccinated and can show proof of a negative coronavirus test.
The findings raise the stakes for — and threaten to undermine — the success of a United Nations climate summit in Glasgow next week.
Germany sentences ISIS bride for death of5-year-old Yazidi ‘slave’
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Reports from U.S. federal agencies underscore the gravity of the planetary crisis, even as governments struggle to muster a strong collective response ahead of a major international climate summit.
Matteo Salvini is accused of abuse of power, dereliction of duty and kidnapping 147 migrants and asylum seekers over his refusal to let a search-and-rescue ship dock in Italy in 2019.
He built his career in Amsterdam, then had long associations with British opera companies and the Boston and Chicago symphonies.
Erdogan’s comments threatened to further damage his government’s foundering efforts to repair Turkey’s economy.
Germany is on the front lines of the global disconnect in the climate fight, with pledges to cut carbon, but continued investments in fossil fuels.
Earlier this week, the 95-year-old monarch canceled a two-day visit to Northern Ireland after “reluctantly” accepting medical advice to rest for the next few days.
After 16 years and 107 E.U. summits, Merkel was hailed a “monument” of European solidarity.
The authoritarian leader has sought to portray himself as a symbol of virile masculinity while ramping up a state-led pressure campaign on sexual minorities in Russia.
He co-wrote hit stage musicals, worked on James Bond scores including ‘Goldfinger’ and composed music for the Hollywood film ‘Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.’
With Poland flouting E.U. rules and court orders, the integrity of the 27-nation bloc and its liberal values is under threat.
In the 1960s, scientists uncovered the earliest known North American Viking settlement at L’Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland.
Ali Harbi Ali, a 25-year-old man from London, had been charged with murder and preparing acts of terrorism, the Crown Prosecution Service announced before his court appearance on Thursday.
The E.U.’s top human rights award went to the Russian opposition leader for fighting “tirelessly against the corruption of Vladimir Putin’s regime,” said E.U. parliament president David Sassoli.