BRUSSELS/BERLIN (Reuters) – European Union government leaders will agree on Thursday to maintain curbs on non-essential travel within the EU despite the bloc’s executive asking six countries to ease border
FILE PHOTO: A schoolchild participates in a lesson at Gustav-Falke elementary school, after it reopened according to first measures to lift the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown in Berlin, Germany, February
Slideshow ( 2 images )PARIS (Reuters) – The northern French port of Dunkirk is urging the government to impose a ban on all public gatherings there until March 15 as
Slideshow ( 2 images )AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – The Dutch government was fighting on two fronts on Friday to maintain a night-time curfew it says is vital to slow a third
PARIS (Reuters) – Health authorities in some European countries are facing resistance to AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine after side-effects led hospital staff and other front-line workers to call in sick, putting
FILE PHOTO: A medical staff member walks with a COVID-19 patient at Nurse Isabel Zendal new pandemic hospital amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Madrid, Spain, January 29, 2021.
(Reuters) – Fund flows into European stocks have surged in recent months, data showed, as global investors look to diversify away from U.S. equities amid concerns over higher valuations and
LESBOS, Greece (Reuters) – Thousands of migrants were left without shelter on Wednesday after overnight fires gutted their overcrowded camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, and authorities warned that
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Three migrants were rescued off the coast of Malta on Sunday after they jumped overboard from a tanker that has been denied entry by several countries since
(Reuters) – Schools across Europe are reopening as summer break ends and governments insist that students return to the classroom after months of online learning due to the coronavirus pandemic.