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The British pilot who doctors in Vietnam said was one the worst cases of COVID-19 they had treated has been given the all-clear to return home to Scotland.
The UK government plans border posts, new technology and extra staff to cope with checks needed at entry points when the post-Brexit transition period ends.
Polls suggest it is too close to call who will win the second round of Poland's presidential election, which may be decided on a small margin of votes.
Mongolia's Naadam sporting festival goes ahead behind closed doors but a select audience, including politicians, caused some resentment on the streets
Opposition from Russia forced the UN Security Council to limit humanitarian deliveries to Syria's mostly rebel-held northwest from only one crossing point.
Queues of traffic trying to get across the border into Croatia dispelled any doubts that holidaymakers on the continent are not being perturbed by coronavirus fears.
The protests first started when Serbia's populist president announced a strict curfew for this weekend to curb a surge in new coronavirus cases.
The US President had previously sent mixed signals about wearing masks, recommended by health officials as a precaution against spreading the coronavirus.
Thousands gathered in the city of Khabarovsk and some shouted, "Shame on Moscow!" and "Putin's a thief!" after their governor was arrested.
Protests began against renewed lockdown restrictions but have mushroomed into an expression of wider frustration with the hard-line rule of President Aleksandar Vucic.
The EU Commission has unveiled its latest strategy for a greener, cleaner energy future - and it's pinning its hopes on hydrogen.
In this week's Unreported Europe, Monica Pinna goes to Naples to find out how Camorra is capitalising on the social and economic crisis caused by Covid.
"This move solidifies the tyranny of President Rodrigo Duterte," Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director of Human Rights Watch, said after the vote.
Judge Carmel Agius, the last president of the UN court examining atrocities in the former Yugoslavia, says justice is only a partial solution to war crimes.
The lawyer of Ivan Safronov, who is accused of spying for a NATO country, says the allegations against him relate to his work as a journalist.
Domestic violence will now include a provision specifically for "cybernetic violence" which intends to "shame, humble, scare, threat, or silence the victim".
The UK Chancellor announced a new round of fiscal measures to improve the outlook for the British economy post-pandemic.