The BBC’s Amensisa Ifa was close to Ethiopian protest singer Hachalu Hundessa, who was shot dead on Monday.
Resorts on Spain’s southern coast are hoping for tourists to save their summer.
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The president promises a tremendous 3 July, but critics fear the event is risky as virus cases rise.
Toronto’s immersive exhibition allows audiences to experience art from the comfort of their car.
Air France-KLM plans thousands of job cuts at its French arm as the air industry reels from the pandemic.
Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a leading critic of the kingdom’s crown prince, was killed in Istanbul in 2018. Twenty Saudis are standing trial in absentia in Khashoggi’s death.
Brazil’s president vetoes articles making masks obligatory in shops, churches and schools.
Hours after Philippe’s resignation, an inquiry is launched into the government’s handling of Covid-19.
NPR’s correspondents in Paris, London and Berlin update on how the pandemic is affecting life in Europe.
Regulators in Europe and the U.S. are investigating growing concerns over the App Store — developers who try to sell their apps say the tech giant treats them unfairly and stifles competition.
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Two young men who have British National passports say they’re debating their future in the country.
A Turkish court sentenced four Amnesty International activists to between two and six years in prison on terrorism charges in a high-profile trial Friday, which the human rights group described as a “travesty of justice of spectacular proportions.”
Justin Trudeau lives on the estate but was not home when an armed forces member entered the gates.
Footage of the incident in Orion Township near Detroit has been viewed millions of times.
ssIt is still unclear when and how Covid-19 jumped from animals to humans, and whether it is a “natural” virus.
Effective July 10, travelers from “reduced risk” countries, including Spain, France, Germany and Italy, won’t have to self-Isolate for 14 days. The U.S. is not among the exempt countries.
President Donald Trump will begin his July Fourth celebrations with a trip to Mount Rushmore on Friday despite concerns about gathering a large crowd.