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Europe on vacation, but vaccinations not taking a break

By NICOLAS GARRIGA and MIKE CORDER, CARRY-LE-ROUET, France (AP):- Europe’s famed summer holiday season is in full swing, but efforts

French parliament adopts vaccine passports law despite protests

PARIS, (AFP):- France's parliament voted to make vaccine passports a key part of daily life in the battle against Covid-19

Britain hits five individuals with anti-graft sanctions

LONDON, (AFP):- Britain on Thursday placed sanctions on five individuals around the world including the son of Equatorial Guinea's president,

Norway mourns 77 dead a decade after extremist attack

By DAVID KEYTON and MARK LEWIS, OSLO, Norway (AP):- Church bells rang out across Norway on Thursday, marking 10 years

French President Macron among potential Pegasus spyware targets: NGO

PARIS, (AFP):- Phone numbers used by French President Emmanuel Macron and top members of his government are among the potential

England lifts Covid curbs as scientists warn of surge in…

LONDON, (AFP):- The British government on Monday lifted pandemic restrictions on daily life in England, scrapping all social distancing in

Over 60 dead, dozens missing as severe floods strike Europe

By FRANK JORDANS, BERLIN (AP):- More than 60 people have died and dozens were missing Thursday as severe flooding in

More than 30 dead, dozens missing in heavy Europe floods

By FRANK JORDANS, BERLIN (AP):- More than 30 people have died and dozens of people were missing Thursday in Germany

EU fines 4 German car makers $1B over emission collusion

BRUSSELS (AP):- The European Union on Thursday handed down $1 billion in fines to four major German car manufacturers, saying

England to lift virus restrictions as Israel raises vaccine fears

LONDON, (AFP):- Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday revealed plans to lift most of England's coronavirus restrictions, including face masks

Interview: Merkel’s likely heir favors her centrist path

By KIRSTEN GRIESHABER,DUESSELDORF, Germany (AP):- As a child of the Cold War in West Germany, Armin Laschet remembers when then-U.S.

William and Harry reunite for Diana statue tribute

LONDON, (AFP):- Princes William and Harry set aside their differences on Thursday to unveil a new statue to their mother,

European troops make low-key return home from Afghanistan

By GEIR MOULSON, BERLIN (AP):- Germany and Italy declared their missions in Afghanistan over on Wednesday, bringing their deployments to

Swedish PM resigns following no confidence vote

STOCKHOLM, (AFP):- Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Lofven resigned on Monday, one week after he lost a vote of no confidence,

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock resigns after Covid breach

LONDON, (AFP):- UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock resigned on Saturday following revelations he broke government coronavirus restrictions during an affair

Finland sees spike in virus cases from returning soccer fans

By JARI TANNER, HELSINKI (AP):- Finnish health authorities have detected a spike in coronavirus cases that has been traced to

French woman who killed rapist husband spared more jail time

CHALON-SUR-SAôNE, FRANCE, (AFP):- A French woman who killed her rapist husband was spared any more jail time Friday in a

UK health minister admits virus rules breach with embrace

By JILL LAWLESS, LONDON (AP):- Britain’s health minister apologized Friday for breaching national restrictions after a newspaper ran pictures of

‘Must do more’: British royals reveal staff diversity data

LONDON, (AFP):- Britain's royal family for the first time revealed how many ethnic minority staff it employs on Thursday, and

Antivirus pioneer John McAfee found dead in Spanish prison

By ARITZ PARRA, RENATA BRITO and BARRY HATTON, MADRID (AP):- John McAfee, the creator of McAfee antivirus software, was found