Despite COVID-19 Fears, Holy Communion Ritual in Greek Orthodox Church Goes On
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Greece to Open Its Borders to 29 Countries from June 15
Greece Accused of Forcing Asylum Seekers to Turkey, Activists Complain
Minneapolis Police Station Torched amid George Floyd Protest

Minneapolis Cop Who Knelt on Handcuffed Black Man Arrested

MINNEAPOLIS — The Minneapolis officer who was seen on video kneeling on the neck of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who died in custody after pleading that he...

Minnesota Governor Apologizes for Arrest of CNN Crew

NEW YORK — Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz apologized to CNN, saying he takes total responsibility for the arrest of one of the network's crews Friday as they reported on...

Fed Lockup where Epstein Died Gets Harsh Coronavirus Review

NEW YORK — Prisoners with COVID-19 symptoms were neglected and ignored as the outbreak rippled through the federal detention center in Manhattan where financier Jeffrey...

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.

Roam Close to Home: Europe's Tourists Play Safe in Pandemic

BERLIN — Many a journey to far-flung corners of Europe starts in a dusty industrial yard in east Berlin, where Felix Rascher carefully tends to his small fleet of...

Hello and Welcome: Robot Waiters to the Rescue amid Cornavirus

When Shaosong Hu saw robotic waiters serving food in China last fall, he knew exactly what he wanted for his restaurant in the Dutch beachside town of Renesse. He just didn'...

British Businesses to Start Paying Some Wages of Furloughed Workers

LONDON — Britain's government has announced that starting in August, businesses must start sharing the costs of a job retention program that has effectively placed...

Infection Rate Remains Stubborn in Italy's Lombardy Region

MILAN — As Italy decides whether to open regional borders as planned next week, hard-hit Lombardy remains an outlier.

Cases Spike in Iraq after Curfew Relaxed for Eid

BAGHDAD — Iraq's Health Ministry has reported the country's highest single-day spike in confirmed coronavirus cases since late February, when the government began...

Virginia to Open for On-Camp Students in August

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — The University of Virginia says its campus will reopen for some in-person classes in August, with the face-to-face instruction ending by Thanksgiving...

N. Macedonia Sees an Increase in Coronavirus Cases

SKOPJE, North Macedonia — Health authorities in North Macedonia have announced an increase in coronavirus cases, just days after the government decided to end a two-month...

Spain to Provide Impoverished Families Minimum Monthly Income

MADRID — The Spanish government will provide more money for the country's most impoverished 850,000 families so they can reach a minimum monthly income in the...