The global coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 45 million people and claimed more than 1.1 million lives. Here are the updates for October 29:
European governments have been tightening controls on Chinese companies building 5G networks following diplomatic pressure from Washington, which alleges Huawei equipment could be used by Beijing for spying.
The duo has been honoured for discoveries that "benefitted sellers, buyers and taxpayers around the world" and includes work on goods and services difficult to sell in traditional ways such as radio frequencies.
The prize celebrates “one of the most exotic objects in the universe,” black holes, which have become a staple of science fact and science fiction and where time seems to stand still, according to the committee.
The 2020 Nobel Prize for Medicine or Physiology has been awarded to scientists Harvey J. Alter, Charles M. Rice and Michael Houghton for their work in identifying the Hepatitis C virus, which causes cirrhosis and liver cancer.
The prestigious prize committee has been heavily criticised several times for honouring personalities who have fuelled wars and denied massacres, instead of cultivating peace around the world.
A slice of luck and a moment of individual brilliance during a mazy run from Kylian Mbappe gave France a gritty 1-0 win away to Sweden in their Nations League A Group 3 clash with Antoine Griezmann even missing a last-minute penalty.
The anti-Muslim Danish politician who was due to give a speech at the protest was banned from Sweden for two years. A year earlier, he burned a Quran wrapped in bacon.
Belarus' main opposition candidate has fled to Lithuania following police crackdown on protests over election results that gave incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko sixth term in office.
European languages encapsulate a history of the fascination with, and the fear, of Muslims in Europe.
Coronavirus has now infected over 15 million people and has killed more than 625,000. Here are the latest updates for July 22:
Sweden has adopted a more liberal strategy during the coronavirus pandemic, keeping most schools, restaurants, bars and businesses open while much of Europe hunkered down behind closed doors.
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