There are many good reasons why we should be worried about the culture of democracy in Germany, in Europe and across the world.
European leaders including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire emphasised the necessity of strengthening regulations on big tech after US President Donald Trump was banned by social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
The UK has found a new variant of the novel coronavirus, and the contagious rate is 70 percent higher than the original virus.
WHO is calling on its members in Europe to step up measures against coronavirus.
Most stock markets in the US and Europe ended last week on an upbeat note.
New lockdowns across Europe will seriously affect a nascent economic recovery.
People in France and Germany were bracing yesterday for tough new curbs on their daily lives as Europe struggled to contain an alarming surge in coronavirus cases with winter looming.
With an average of around 100,000 new cases a day, European infections now account for roughly one-third of new cases in the world.
France became the latest European country to toughen anti-coronavirus measures.
European airlines are reducing fares to attract passengers and fill planes.
It is easy to mock the quackery of the Middle Ages, but today’s Covid-19 has witnessed desperate people attempting whatever promises immunity or even a glimmer of protection against the deadly virus.
An alliance of 22 European cities urged the EU to enact tougher rules on Airbnb.
Pompeo says European leaders “haven’t lifted a finger” to halt arms sales to Iran after they rejected the unilateral US declaration.
China and Europe have renewed frequent interactions recently.
Over the past two months, Pompeo and Robert O’Brien tried to spread an “American virus” with a public relations smear campaign to damage China-Europe relations.
China’s State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi began an official visit to Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, France and Germany on Tuesday at the invitation of his European counterparts.
Recently, Europe’s attitude toward the US has further sparked discussions on the decline of US influence.
Even though there’s little talk of Fridays for Future anymore, Green parties and policies are finally getting closer to government across Europe.
Departing from Nanchang, the capital of China’s Jiangxi province, a cargo train loaded with medical materials against COVID-19 arrived in Paris.
Europe’s most powerful countries urged the European Union to better prepare for the next pandemic after chaotic responses to the coronavirus, as Moscow emerged from lockdown despite Russia still being in the grip of a surging epidemic.
Even as Europe is fighting to bring COVID-19 under control at home, it is also playing a leading role in building global solidarity.
The huge uncertainties brought by the pandemic will lead to reduced investment and demand for durable consumer items.
Swathes of Europe began the long process of re-opening from coronavirus lockdowns on Monday. As Britain plotted a path to normality, France and Spain basked in relaxation of restrictions.
Bundesliga will be the first major European league to return to action next week.
Germany’s top court will rule on mass bond-buying by the European Central Bank, a tool the Frankfurt institution has deployed like never before to cushion the impact of the Coronavirus.
Europe prepares for a further cautious easing of coronavirus restrictions.
The United States reports its millionth coronavirus case.
Coronavirus deaths surged past 100,000 in hardest-hit Europe on Saturday as hundreds of Americans frustrated by lockdown orders and egged on by President Donald Trump staged protests in several US cities.
Covid-19 death toll shot past 20,000 in EU and Trump refuses to quarantine New York.
The rising number of victims in the COVID-19 pandemic is shocking Europe, much as the Lisbon earthquake did 265 years ago.