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German Chancellor Angela Merkel said her left-right coalition has come up with a "bold response" that will boost consumer spending, invest in innovation and ease the financial strain on citizens.
"There's power in vote, power in demonstrations," civil rights activist Rev Jesse Jackson told Euronews.
Anti-racism protests have been taking place across Europe, where the issues of police brutality and racial profiling are "often denied", experts have told Euronews.
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Protesters carried signs reading "Black Lives Matter" and "I cant breathe" in reference to George Floyd, an African-American killed by police officers on May 25 in Minneapolis, US.
“I think there is potential for improvement in what we have done in Sweden, quite clearly,” Anders Tegnell of the Public Health Agency told Swedish media on Wednesday.
Of the 143 alleged assaults, 49 were physical attacks on journalists (31 by police), 50 injuries by projectile and rubber bullets, 35 instances of tear gas use and 21 of pepper spray.
Italy reopened its borders to European travellers on Wednesday, as the country attempts to rescue its tourist industry.
in 1918, the Spanish flu claimed 50 to 100 million lives worldwide.
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Alexander Lukashenko has been Belarus' president since 1994 and is seeking a sixth term when presidential elections take place on August 9.
Bike sales are booming and European cities are making more space for cycling. But, will it last?
Protests in solidarity with the US have spread to several European countries, including France where the death of George Floyd reminded people of the 2016 death of Adama Traoré.
At least 1,500 people gathered in support of Berlin's night clubs and cultural festivals, hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
The wait was finally over today for France's food and drink lovers.
Norway and Denmark have yet to signal when they will let Swedish travellers in, despite opening their borders to other countries in the region.
Little or no income, millions of pints thrown away and operating at reduced capacity when they do reopen.
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The tracking app for coronavirus patients got more than 2,500 complaints over several allegedly unjustified fines, including one to a bed-ridden professor who hadn't left home in a year.