Donald Trump prematurely declared victory in the U.S. election early Wednesday morning. He also says he wants to go to the Supreme Court to halt the counting of ballots. By doing so, he is threatening to turn the vote into a farce.
While Austria and Switzerland want to keep their ski lifts in operation, Germany, France and Italy are worried about superspreader events in winter paradise. Billions of euros are at stake.
A member of the UK’s inoculation committee has said that “politicians need to understand the science” before they make false claims, after the French president questioned the effectiveness of the AstraZeneca jab in over-65s. “In my view the politicians need to understand the science before they make utterances like that,” Professor Anthony Harnden of the…
American golf star Tiger Woods has suffered “multiple leg injuries” during a car accident involving his SUV on Tuesday. The PGA Tour legend was immediately rushed to a surgery to undergo an operation on his right side over several open fractures.
The governor issued new regulations as the city continues to show an increasing number of daily new coronavirus infections amid the second wave of the pandemic. The justices, however, ruled that his measures were disproportionate and violated the First Amendment rights of religious groups.
Berlin has earmarked more than 1 trillion euros in cash and loans to help the country escape the worst economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. Many of the measures have worked – for now. On the long term, though, some strategies could hinder an upswing.
France’s Europe minister Clément Beaune believes British warnings that there could be queues of trucks in southeast England because of post-Brexit documentation issues is disrupting the UK-EU talks. “The signals that have been sent in the past few days are damaging,” Beaune told the Financial Times. “Anything which disrupts, disturbs or increases tensions in the…