Scientists have overcome a huge hurdle finding a COVID-19 vaccine. Now it's over to the logistics people.
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković has tested positive for COVID-19, two days after his wife also contracted the virus.
Authorities dress up in colourful helmets depicting the coronavirus in an attempt to spread awareness.
In Lopburi, tourists have stopped coming creating a problem for the city's macaques.
Santa’s Grotto Live went live in November and has already received more than 500 bookings.
France's top administrative body ruled in favour of the Catholic church on Sunday saying the 30 person limit in places of worship across the country was too restrictive.
As a string of COVID-19 vaccines near approval, Frankfurt Airport is preparing to transport millions of life-saving doses worldwide.
Dozens of people were arrested on Saturday in London amid protests against lockdown measures intended to stem the spread of coronavirus.
Hungary and Poland's veto of the bloc's pandemic recovery fund could cause unemployment levels to explode, it's been claimed.
People travelling from the US will be required to perform a molecular or antigenic test within 48 hours before boarding and a rapid antigenic test upon arrival in Rome.
It used to be all about football hooliganism and migrants. Now far-right groups in the Czech Republic are turning their focus to COVID restrictions.
"As a doctor, I see a lot of very distressed people coming into my office," he said. "The way the government and politicians talk about the virus is making people anxious and that's a big problem."
To mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on Wednesday, Brussels pledged that 85% of its aid projects will be about empowering women by 2025.