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Jobless and broke, Sudanese electrician Hatem is stranded in limbo in Riyadh like countless other illegal workers, but he hopes the fast-spreading coronavirus will offer a chance for escape.
In Normandy, volunteer craftsmen are restoring part of the roof structure of Notre-Dame to its origi
Rebuilding the roof structure of Notre-Dame, destroyed in last year's fire, identically to the old one, is the aim of the Carpenters Without Borders building site in Normandy.
Police and protesters clash with tear gas, flares and firecrackers in a second night of protest violence in Belgrade, where demonstrators are angry over the Serbian government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Airbus employees demonstrate against the company's planned 5,000 job cuts in Germany by installing empty chairs and photos of threatened employees in front of their factory.
In Bayonne in southern France, hundreds of people take part in a peace march after a bus driver was violently assaulted and left for dead.
The wife of a bus driver who was assaulted and left brain dead for refusing to let aboard a group of people who were not wearing face masks, reacts during a peaceful march.
In Seborga, the princess shows off her tiny realm, perched high above the Italian Riviera. But there is trouble afoot in the self-declared micronation of Seborga, where a pretender to the "crown" is stoking passionate opposition.
At a call centre functioning as a coronavirus hotline in Kyrgyzstan's capital Bishkek, the volunteers manning the telephones are under siege as the disease has re-emerged with a vengeance. Meanwhile neighboring Kazakhstan is also experiencing a su...
President-elect Luis Abinader arrives at Santo Domingo's National Palace where he is greeted by Dominican Republic's President Danilo Medina.
France's newly-named Prime Minister Jean Castex and Justice Minister Eric Dupond-Moretti arrive at the Bobigny judicial court, the second largest jurisdiction in France, for a first meeting with magistrates and civil servants.
France's new Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin meets with police unions in Paris. The Minister is also set to meet with representatives of the gendarmerie, the fire service and the prefectoral administration.
Ukrainian emergency services put out what's left of fires in the village of Smolyaninove, about 20 kilometres (12 miles) from the front line of Ukraine's war with Russian-backed separatists. Officials say the forest fires, which have killed at lea...
Ballet dancers return to work at the Paris Garnier Opera house for the first time since lockdown was imposed in mid-March due to the coronavirus crisis.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres denounces "unprecedented" foreign interference in Libya, saying the conflict has "entered a new phase."
Images show Hillingdon Hospital, west of London, after it had closed to emergency patients following an outbreak of coronavirus. The outbreak was declared last Friday at the Hillingdon Hospital by its state-run National Health Service (NHS) trust....
Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives at the European Parliament in Brussels to present Germany's programme to MEPs as it takes over the EU's rotating presidency for the next six months.
Photographed portraits of healthcare workers deck the facade of Opéra Bastille in Paris. Made by the artist JR, known for his photography work, they serve as a tribute to their work during the Covid 19 epidemic.
President Volodymyr Zelensky arrives in the fire hit Lugansk region in eastern Ukraine, where five people died and more than 120 houses were incinerated, close to the front line of fighting between the separatists and Ukrainian forces.
Several thousand Airbus employees demonstrate on the company's premises, on the outskirts of Toulouse, against the job-cutting plan announced by the aircraft manufacturer, which threatens 5,000 jobs in France, including more than 3,500 in Toulouse...
Everyday Alberto Gomez tends to his Botanical Garden, which he founded over 40 years ago in Colombia, the second most biodiverse country in the world. But the pandemic forced him to close its door to the public, and he quarantined there alone, amo...
Videographic on the World health organization. President Donald Trump on Tuesday formally started the withdrawal of the United States from the World Health Organization, making good on threats to deprive the UN body of its top funding source over ...
Hong Kong's pro-democracy restaurants are finding creative ways to voice dissent after Beijing blanketed the city in a new security law and police began arresting people displaying now forbidden political slogans.