Britain’s economy had already shrunk by 2.5 percent in the January-March period as the country entered lockdown in late March.
With both countries only a stone’s throw away from each other and holding considerable missile stocks, the risk of civilian deaths and urban devastation are higher than ever before.
French police break up a camp of about 800 migrants in the port city of Calais, but rights associations say the operation was pointless.
Christian Luth, the former spokesperson of Germany’s far-right AfD has been sacked from the party.
Sviatlana Tikhanovskaya and French President Emmanuel Macron discuss free and fair elections for Belarus after the contested August 9 polls in which President Alexander Lukashenko won a sixth term.
French authorities have resorted to "overly broad laws to arrest and prosecute thousands of protesters who did not commit violent acts," Amnesty International says in a report.
Gerald Marie, former European head of Elite Models, is the target of a complaint by a former BBC journalist and claims of rape by three ex-models, Paris prosecutor's office says.
The limestone wall plaque came from an ancient Sumerian temple – dating to around 2,400 BC – which was looted multiple times since the late 19th century.
Washington hails Athens for willingness to look for a solution to row with Ankara, as top US diplomat Mike Pompeo holds talks with Greek officials.
Before Pompeo landed in Greece, he had a conversation on tensions in the eastern Mediterranean with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.
Turkey, US, Russia, France, Germany, and the EU have called for an "immediate ceasefire," while political observers say global powers should intensify talks to stop the conflict.
French President Emmanuel Macron says he was "ashamed" of Lebanon's lawmakers after they failed to form a government, while giving them four to six weeks of more time to implement his roadmap.
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