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Man fined for breaching French lockdown to ‘smash a guy’s face in’

The 39-year-old man, dwelling in Brittany, northwestern France, was hiding behind a automobile early Saturday morning when he was noticed by a police patrol. He gave the impression to be…

Pope Francis refers to China’s Uyghurs as ‘persecuted’ for the first time

“I think often of persecuted peoples: the Rohingya, the poor Uyghurs, the Yazidi — what ISIS did to them was truly cruel — or Christians in Egypt and Pakistan killed…

European countries believed that Germany would always have spare ICU beds for them. Now they’re almost full

Coronavirus an infection numbers hit an all-time report Friday, with almost 24,000 new each day instances recorded — and so did the variety of sufferers within the nation’s intensive care…

How bad is Russia’s Covid crisis? Packed morgues and excess deaths tell a darker story than official numbers suggest

“This is how our nights look: horrifying,” says a male voice narrating the footage, given to CNN by a outstanding opposition-linked Russian docs’ union, “Doctors’ Alliance,” which says it was…

At least 1,000 people detained in Belarus in a single day

It is the biggest variety of detentions reported in a single day for the reason that protests started. The complete variety of individuals detained since August is believed to be…

Italian man, 81, serenades his sick wife from outside hospital

Prevented from visiting his sick spouse in hospital, 81-year-old Stefano Bozzini determined to take to the road exterior to serenade her on his accordion. The touching second was captured on…

Archaeologists in Norway find rare Viking ship burial using only radar

Researchers have been capable of uncover the findings with out having to dig into any land, as an alternative utilizing ground-penetrating radar (GPR) to see beneath the floor. Key amongst…

Azerbaijan claims capture of key city in Nagorno-Karabakh

In essentially the most important second of the battle that erupted in September over the mountainous and closely militarized space, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev declared Sunday that his forces had…

Athens’ first mosque in nearly 200 years opens for Friday prayers

Hundreds of 1000’s of Muslims from international locations together with Pakistan, Syria, Afghanistan and Bangladesh stay in Athens however the metropolis has not had a proper mosque because it pressured…

Italian regions lock down and Paris tightens rules as Europe smashes virus records

Italy is below a 10 p.m. to five a.m. nationwide curfew, with bars and eating places closing at 6 p.m., whereas sure areas face harsher restrictions. Residents in “red zone”…