"The coronavirus may have been contained in Sweden thanks to herd immunity"
Sweden has not handled the coronavirus pandemic like Belgium and most European countries.
The north of France in the red zone: for Carlo Di Antonio, the measures are "illegible, incomprehensible and inapplicable"
Brexit: Boris Johnson partially climbs down on Internal Market Bill in face of Tory rebellion
"The digitization of the real estate sector will be achieved in two years instead of ten"
The Covid-19 has accelerated the growth of PropTech start-ups and the interest shown by large groups.
Maduro security forces committed crimes against humanity: U.N.
‘At first I kept silent, but then I started screaming. I fainted, but they splashed water into my face and continued to beat me. There was blood everywhere’
Tariq Ramadan confronted with his Swiss accuser among French judges
Tariq Ramadan, already indicted in France for rapes of four women he disputes, is confronted Wednesday with his Swiss accuser at the Paris judicial court in the presence of the Geneva prosecutor.
European Commission wants to 'abolish Dublin regulation' on asylum claims
The reform proposal of the Commission will still have to be accepted by the States.
EU chief vows to defend Cyprus rights in Turkey standoff
European Council chief Charles Michel pledged Wednesday that the bloc will defend the rights of member state Cyprus in its standoff with Turkey over maritime and energy rights.
Norwegian terrorist Anders Breivik applies for parole - Meduza
Norwegian Anders Breivik, who was sentenced to 21 years in prison for killing 77 people in 2011, has filed a petition for parole. The Norwegian tabloid Verdens Gang was informed about this by his lawyer Oysten Sturrvik.
Trump shares an edited video of Biden playing 'F*** the Police'
The president shared a clip that made it seem as if Biden were listening to an anti-police song.
Twelve Hong Kong people swallowed up by Chinese justice
These activists are being held for "illegal entry" into China after trying to reach Taiwan by sea.
Satellites show smoke from US wildfires reaches Europe
Satellite images show that smoke from wildfires in the west of the United States has reached as far as Europe
"Be Courageous" To Stand Up To Russia, Turkey, EU Executive Says
European Union states must be quicker in their foreign policy to support pro-democracy protests in Belarus or to stand up to Russia and Turkey, EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday.
Fillon affair: the Superior Council of the Judiciary considers that "justice has functioned independently"
Emmanuel Macron seized the independent body in June after statements by the former PNF chief, who said he had been subjected to "pressure" from his superiors.