Most workplaces including on-essential shops, pubs, cafes and non-takeaway restaurants will close from Thursday under the new four-week nationwide lockdown, but schools and universities will stay open.
Clashes erupted and police fired tear gas as a large crowd of migrants protested on the Greek island of Lesbos after Moria refugee center, the largest in Europe, burnt down earlier this week. The blaze at the severely overcrowded camp, which was initially designed to accommodate about 2,200, left more than 12,000 people, mainly Africans…
Potential signs of life on Venus were earlier discovered in a groundbreaking study carried out by an international collaboration of researchers after traces of phosphine were spotted in the planet’s yellow clouds.
China, Japan and South Korea have long been in the lead when it comes to car battery technology. With new technologies and better production methods, Tesla now wants to change that. Germany is falling behind.
Children as young as eight are under investigation by French police on suspicion of supporting terrorism, due to comments made during memorial services for the teacher beheaded by an Islamic terrorist last month, officials said. On Thursday a 14-year-old boy of Afghan origin in Marseille became the latest of a string of students to be…
According to reports by the Syrian state-run broadcaster, Al-Ikhbariya, the explosion in the southwestern Syrian city of Deraa caused several injures.
Whitehall is reportedly getting ready for a fresh round of healthcare restrictions, as British authorities grapple with a new spike in the rate of infections.