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Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Limits on Church Services

WASHINGTON — A divided Supreme Court on Friday rejected an emergency appeal by a California church that challenged state limits on attendance at worship services that have...

Trump WHO Funding Cut Prompts Criticism as Coronavirus Spreads

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump's announcement he was cutting U.S. funding for the World Health Organization prompted criticism Saturday, as spiking infection...

Before Floyd Death, Activists Saw Progress on Police Reforms

MINNEAPOLIS — Years of dialogue about police and criminal justice reforms in Minneapolis had improved the relationship between the African American community and law...

Cyprus Expects Post-COVID-19 Big August Arrivals of 600,000 Tourists

Cyprus is pinning its hopes that tourists will come this summer when the lockdown aimed at preventing the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic is lifted, counting on people taking a chance on traveling and that airlines will resume full service.

Cyprus Advising Doctors to Curtail the Use of Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine on Some COVID-19 Patients

NICOSIA, Cyprus -- Cyprus is advising doctors to curtail the use of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine on some coronavirus patients amid renewed concerns the drugs could trigger heart problems and put lives at risk.

Cyprus’ Cabinet Gives OK for EastMed Gas Pipeline into EU

Cyprus' Cabinet has ratified a bill paving the way for the EastMed gas pipeline to carry 10 billion cubic meters annually from Israeli and Cypriot waters to Crete and then to the European Union's gas network through Italy.

My Great Greek Adventure - Tips & Tricks for Υour Trip to Greece: The Road to Sounio

As you pass through Athens, moving through the labyrinth of apartment buildings and ancient temples, you slowly reach the beach. The most southern outskirts of the city are...

From Desert to Tropical Landscapes: Lesser-Known Travel Destinations in a Reopening Greece

ATHENS - Greece's gradual reopening after the restrictions of the novel coronavirus pandemic shut down a key sector for the country's economy, tourism, is shedding light...

Universal Orlando Plans to Reopen Its Hotels on June 2

ORLANDO, Fla. — Universal Orlando plans to reopen its hotels to guests on June 2, more than two months after they were closed to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus...

Bleak Numbers Show the Economic Impact of Nevada Casino and Business Closures

LAS VEGAS — Bleak numbers show the economic impact of Nevada casino and business closures because of the coronavirus pandemic.

New Orleans Likely to Reopen more Slowly than Rest of Louisiana

NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans will likely ease restrictions on gatherings and businesses more slowly than the rest of Louisiana, a city health official said Friday.

Germany: Mask-Less Governor Committed No Crime

BERLIN — German prosecutors say they've determined that the governor of the eastern state of Saxony committed no crime when he failed to wear a mask in line with...

Italy Issues Warning on Tourism Reopenings

ROME — Italy's foreign minister is warning that the European Union will “collapse” if governments treat Italians like lepers over the coronavirus and...

Russia Has Recorded Nearly 9,000 New Cases of the Coronavirus

MOSCOW — Russia has recorded nearly 9,000 new cases of the coronavirus, roughly consistent with the increases reported over the past two weeks.