Monday, August 3, 2020

Coronavirus live news: cases surge in Europe since lockdown easing, says WHO | World...

More from our Paris correspondent, Kim Willsher, on the reopening of the Eiffel Tower. The Iron Lady is back. No, not Margaret Thatcher...

Coronavirus live news: France says 460,000 people have deleted contact-tracing app after just 1.8m...

Portugal has tightened restrictions in and around Lisbon after recording thousands of new cases in recent weeks, writes Ashifa Kassam in Madrid. From 21...

Coronavirus live news: German district placed in local lockdown after meat plant outbreak |...

Kentucky, New York and four other states face another possibly messy day of voting on Tuesday, as officials try to balance a crush...

Coronavirus live news: WHO reports record daily global case increase as known infections pass...

7.25am EDT07:25 Tom McCarthy Concerns that Donald Trump’s inner circle might pressure the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to rush a coronavirus vaccine to market...

Police say Reading stabbings now treated as a terrorist incident – live updates |...

7.15am EDT07:15 A 25-year-old man who was arrested yesterday on suspicion of murder remains in police custody. “From our enquiries so far, officers have found...

UK port authorities board cruise ships amid welfare fears for crew | World news...

British port authorities have boarded six cruise ships anchored near London and Bristol amid “serious concerns” over the welfare of almost 1,500 crew...

Global Covid-19 death toll passes 450,000 – as it happened | World news – Eduinfo

7.31pm EDT19:31 We’ve launched a new blog at the link below – head there for the latest: Updated at 7.32pm EDT 6.54pm EDT18:54 Dan Tehan, Australia’s minister for...

Labour says Raab’s ‘Game of Thrones’ take the knee jibe ‘insulting’ and ‘deeply embarrassing’...

6.35am EDT06:35 Dominic Raab thinks 'taking the knee' is from Game of Thrones The foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, is facing a backlash after he admitted...

UK coronavirus news: easing two-metre distancing rule is decision for ministers not scientists, says...

5.59am EDT05:59 Returning briefly to Rishi Sunak’s interview on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show, the chancellor said the economy was taking a “enormous hit”...

Coronavirus live news: Beijing back into partial lockdown as new cluster emerges | World...

A spike in deaths in refugee camps in Darfur, western Sudan, has sparked fears about coronavirus’s invisible spread as the elderly fall sick...
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