Five cultural sites in Saudi Arabia, Europe inscribed on UNESCO's world heritage list2021-07-25
Five cultural sites in Saudi Arabia and Europe have been inscribed on the world heritage list, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) announced on Saturday.
Delta variant spreading in Europe, but unlikely to rival earlier pandemic waves2021-07-25
As the Delta variant of the coronavirus spreads across Europe, most countries are banking on a combination of new restrictions and faster vaccine rollouts to help slow the spread of the virus.
UK reports another 39,906 coronavirus cases2021-07-23
Britain has reported another 39,906 coronavirus cases in the latest 24-hour period, bringing the total number of coronavirus cases in the country to 5,602,321, according to official figures released Thursday.
1310078537_16269980858221n_副本.jpg Italy makes Green Pass mandatory for indoor restaurants, changes pandemic parameters2021-07-23
Italy makes Green Pass mandatory for indoor restaurants, changes pandemic parameters
Torrential rain, deadly floods cause heavy casualties in Western Europe, triger reflection2021-07-22
With at least 194 people killed and hundreds missing, deadly flash floods incurred by heavy rain are continuing to wreak havoc on large swaths of Western Europe.
Russia unveils new fifth-generation fighter2021-07-21
Russia displayed a prototype of its fifth-generation lightweight single-engine fighter jet "Checkmate" at the International Aviation and Space Salon (MAKS)-2021 that kicked off in a Moscow suburb on Tuesday.
More than 300 flights canceled due to strike at airports in Portugal2021-07-19
The strike of employees of Groundforce, a ground-handling company, caused the cancellation of 327 flights on Sunday in Portugal, according to the official source from ANA, a company which manages the Portugal Airports.
UK PM, chancellor to self-isolate after health secretary tests positive for COVID-192021-07-19
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak will enter quarantine as normal after contact with Health Secretary Sajid Javid who tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday, Downing Street said Sunday.
France tightens border control, appeals for vaccination amid mounting anti-health pass anger2021-07-18
The French authorities on Saturday decided tougher restrictions on unvaccinated travelers from high-risk countries, and appealed to still-reluctant people to get vaccinated to counter an alarming surge in COVID-19 infections, while anger at the health pass rule is mounting.
Putin advocates int'l cooperation in combating COVID-192021-07-17
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that "we must act together, joining forces" in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences.
1310066136_16264737160601n.jpg Catastrophic floods leave over 120 dead in western Europe, many more still missing2021-07-17
Catastrophic floods leave over 120 dead in western Europe, many more still missing
Merkel rejects mandatory vaccination in Germany2021-07-14
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday rejected the idea of mandatory vaccination and would instead rely on promoting the benefits of immunization to counter the COVID-19 pandemic.
GERB-UDF coalition leads in Bulgaria's parliamentary elections: exit polls2021-07-12
GERB-UDF coalition party leads in Bulgaria's early parliamentary elections by a narrow margin, according to exit polls announced by the Bulgarian National TV on Sunday.
Virgin Galactic completes first fully crewed test spaceflight2021-07-12
Space tourism company Virgin Galactic completed its first fully crewed test flight of its spacecraft on Sunday, making a giant leap toward commercial suborbital spaceflight.
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