The coronavirus pandemic has now infected some 18 million people and has killed more than 693,000. Here are the latest updates for August 3:
The decline compares with a 9.5 percent quarter-on-quarter drop in the US, which, unlike Europe, has not yet been able to get its contagion numbers firmly down and whose economic recovery is in doubt.
European languages encapsulate a history of the fascination with, and the fear, of Muslims in Europe.
Germany has cautiously reopened and the economy has started bouncing back but economists say it is far from the pre-pandemic level.
Global pandemic has now infected over 17 million people and has killed more than 666,000. Here are the latest updates for July 29:
The Trump administration has pushed to reduce US troops in Germany for years, criticising Berlin for failing to meet NATO defence spending targets.
Europe, with more than 15 million coronavirus infections, is struggling to balance restrictions to halt Covid-19 against the need to revive economies as people there emerge from some of the world's toughest lockdowns.
Five officers were injured in the riot that began at around 0100 GMT, when police intervened to stop a brawl involving around 30 people in Frankfurt's historic Opera square.
A German intelligence report said unspecified measures had been taken against the member of staff in December, on orders from federal prosecutors.
The European Commission's pessimistic forecast suggests the bloc will not see a complete rebound next year despite a 6.1 percent bounce back in 2021
Munich, which had already won its eighth straight Bundesliga title, retained the cup with goals from David Alaba, Serge Gnabry and two from Robert Lewandowski.
Turkey has dismissed French allegations as "groundless," insisting its vessels only observed the warship. It has accused the French ship of a "high-speed and dangerous manoeuvre."
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