The British government had not sought permission to appeal the ruling in the supreme court, the judge said, meaning that it could now either rework the policy or choose to scrap the project.
Overnight, Greek islanders attacked police guarding the sites of the future detention camps on the islands of Lesbos and Chios. A large crowd later laid siege for hours to a Lesbos army camp where riot-control squads were billeted.
Scientists race to find a treatment, crews scrub everything from money to buses, and quarantines are being enforced from a beachfront resort in the Atlantic to an uninhabited island in the Pacific as the world fights the spread of the coronavirus.
While the spread of the virus is abating in China, Italy has become an epicentre for the coronavirus in Europe, with cases linked to the country emerging in Spain, France, Austria, Germany and even Algeria.
Greece, Austria, Croatia, Switzerland and France say the coronavirus cases in their country involved people who visited Italy, as did Algeria in Africa.
With Sunday's La Liga Clasico against Real Madrid looming, Barca are also left with concerns over defender Gerard Pique, who limped off with an injury after falling heavily on his ankle.
William Brown, 59, was fined $715 (£550, 660 euros) under Section 19 of Scotland's Animal Health and Welfare Act 2006, after he admitted to causing unnecessary suffering to two rams on his farm in Penicuik, south of Edinburgh, in 2018.
The legislation would make products such as tampons and sanitary pads free for all women in Scotland, available at designated public places such as community centres, youth clubs and pharmacies.
The virus is spreading unchecked, and in a major turnaround, may not exhibit symptoms in infected victims.
Witnesses say about 500 people attempted to block the unloading of heavy machinery that was accompanied by police reinforcements at a port ahead of construction on the Aegean island.
Litvinenko, a former agent with Russia's FSB, was granted asylum in Britain, but he died of radiation poisoning in 2006 aged 43, three weeks after drinking tea laced with radioactive polonium at an upmarket London hotel.
"In agreement with UEFA, the Lombardy regional health authorities and Milan city council, our return game with Ludogorets will be played behind closed doors," an Inter statement announce their Europa League match would be played with no fans present.
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