The British prime minister said office workers should work from home if they can, a reversal of previous guidance.
“That would be a violation of the Treaty of Vienna,” one lawmaker said.
Demonstrators seeking President Alexander Lukashenko’s ouster even take their shoes off to stand on public benches. Does politeness help or hinder their cause?
The number of coronavirus cases is doubling roughly every seven days, and new restrictions are expected.
A great irony in President Trump’s invocation of "patriotic education" is that it apes the language and decades-long policies of the Communist regime in Beijing.
Among younger generations, there is less tolerance for claims of free expression as a cover for Islamophobia.
Despite abductions and expulsions, activists — including many women — are holding their ground.
Officials announced targeted measures in England, France, Spain and elsewhere, and other countries appeared to be on the brink of doing the same.
Israel, Spain and France show even with strong policies, it’s hard to keep the coronavirus at bay.
In the United States and abroad, experts link the rise of extreme conspiratorial thinking to a broader atmosphere of political polarization, the insulating algorithms of social media and the rela...
They’re trying to reach the grave of their movement’s founder for Rosh Hashanah. Ukraine has closed the border to foreigners.
Kremlin has denied that the prominent opposition leader was the victim of a state-ordered toxic attack.
Migrants fear the camp’s conditions will quickly deteriorate.
The incident is the latest in a series of extreme-right scandals to hit the German police and military.
“The time has come to fully leave our colonial past behind,” the island nation’s governor general said.
In response to the coronavirus, a growing number of schools have embraced outdoor learning.
Decisions made in London and Brussels could upend hard-won peace and prosperity on the island.
“No other options were ever considered,” his spokeswoman said.
The legislature usually splits time between Brussels and Strasbourg. France wants that to keep going, despite the pandemic.
The two big deals trumpeted by the White House this month are not the victories for “peace” that Trump claims they are.