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Allegedly Virus-Free Montenegro Wants Tourists Only From Low-Infection Countries

Allegedly Virus-Free Montenegro Wants Tourists Only From Low-Infection Countries

Montenegro is giving tourism love only to countries such as Greece, Croatia, Slovenia, Germany, and Albania, where the coronavirus outbreak currently has low-infection rates. Limitations such as this
German court rules against Volkswagen in 'dieselgate' scandal

German court rules against Volkswagen in 'dieselgate' scandal

Carmaker must pay compensation to motorist who bought minivan fitted with emissions-cheating softwareVolkswagen has lost a landmark legal battle in Germany’s highest civil court over compensation for
German court rules against Volkswagen in 'dieselgate' scandal

German court rules against Volkswagen in 'dieselgate' scandal

Carmaker must pay compensation to motorist who bought minivan fitted with emissions-cheating softwareVolkswagen has lost a landmark legal battle in Germany’s highest civil court over compensation for
Greece Reopens Island Ferries and Restaurants in Bid to Salvage Tourism Season

Greece Reopens Island Ferries and Restaurants in Bid to Salvage Tourism Season

Trip-planners used to research whether the hotel had a pool and childcare facilities. Now they'll also examine how many Covid-19 infections that country had. Greece hopes to benefit from the fact that
Global report: Europe eases out of lockdown as Memorial Day draws big US crowds

Global report: Europe eases out of lockdown as Memorial Day draws big US crowds

Southern European countries prepare for shortened tourist season as Japan lifts state of emergency in Tokyo Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageMadrid and Barcelona reopened
Marie Antoinette's travel bag fetches nearly £40,000 at Paris auction

Marie Antoinette's travel bag fetches nearly £40,000 at Paris auction

Embroidered serviette used during coronation also went for several times its estimate A travel bag belonging to Marie Antoinette has sold for more than five times its estimate in an auction of royal
Czech Republic lifts face mask rule as coronavirus restrictions ease

Czech Republic lifts face mask rule as coronavirus restrictions ease

Compulsory wearing of face masks ditched as pubs, restaurants and hotels reopen Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe Czech Republic has lifted its trailblazing rule
German state causes alarm with plans to ease lockdown measures

German state causes alarm with plans to ease lockdown measures

Thuringia accused of being highly irresponsible as second wave of virus seen as inevitableCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageNegotiations in Germany over a nationwide approach
Macron attacked for reopening theme park while theatres remain closed

Macron attacked for reopening theme park while theatres remain closed

French president says historical attraction Puy du Fou run by his friend Philippe de Villiers will welcome visitors in JuneCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageA row has broken
Dawn of Asian century puts pressure on EU to choose sides, says top diplomat

Dawn of Asian century puts pressure on EU to choose sides, says top diplomat

EU foreign affairs chief says end of US-led global system may have arrived and Europe needs robust strategy for ChinaThe Asian century may have arrived marking the end of a US-led global system, the
Dawn of Asian century puts pressure on EU to choose sides, says top diplomat

Dawn of Asian century puts pressure on EU to choose sides, says top diplomat

EU foreign affairs chief says end of US-led global system may have arrived and Europe needs robust strategy for ChinaThe Asian century may have arrived marking the end of a US-led global system, the
Relatives of Armenian axed to death by Azeri officer call for justice

Relatives of Armenian axed to death by Azeri officer call for justice

ECHR is examining actions of Hungary and Azerbaijan over release of killer Ramil SafarovRelatives of a murdered Armenian army officer killed with an axe by an Azerbaijani counterpart on a Nato

Ford Mustang Mach-E Delayed In Some European Countries Until 2021

Ford still wants Mustang Mach-E U.S. deliveries to start this year. |
Exclusive: big pharma rejected EU plan to fast-track vaccines in 2017

Exclusive: big pharma rejected EU plan to fast-track vaccines in 2017

World’s top drug firms turned down proposals for work on pathogens like coronavirusCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe world’s largest pharmaceutical companies rejected an

Germany's top court to rule on compensation for Volkwagen 'Dieselgate' scandal

Almost five years after Volkswagen's admission to cheating on regulatory emissions tests involving millions of cars, Germany's top court will on Monday finally rule in a battle over compensation for

Spain eases Covid-19 lockdown in Madrid, Barcelona and reopens beaches

Coronavirus lockdown measures will finally be eased for people in Madrid and Barcelona from Monday, while elsewhere in Spain the first beaches are due to reopen.

France has lowest daily increase in new Covid-19 cases, deaths since lockdown

French authorities reported the smallest daily rise in new coronavirus cases and deaths on Sunday since before a lockdown began on March 17, raising hopes that the worst of the epidemic is over in
Coronavirus live news: Spain eases restrictions in major cities; Japan to end state of emergency

Coronavirus live news: Spain eases restrictions in major cities; Japan to end state of emergency

Madrid and Barcelona move to next phase of lockdown; UK PM continues to back senior adviser; Germany enters recession Global report: US suspends travel from Brazil as schools reopen in parts of
Donald Trump Could Be About To Lose U.S. Dollar Hegemony To China

Donald Trump Could Be About To Lose U.S. Dollar Hegemony To China

Donald Trump has this week been warned China-led central bank digital currencies pose a "great threat" to U.S. geopolitical power and U.S. dollar hegemony—and China could "win the race" before the

People smugglers disembark migrants near beach in Sicily

People smugglers managed to disembark an estimated 70 migrants, probably all Tunisians, from two boats near a beach in Sicily on Sunday before sailing away, the Italian news agency ANSA reported,