France24 says the first civil lawsuit begins in a court in Vienna on Friday over a notorious outbreak of coronavirus at the popular ski resort of Ischgl in March 2020.
Authorities say at least ten people died after a fire swept through a temporary hospital in North Macedonia that was treating coronavirus patients.
A trial of unprecedented scale starts in France under high security over the November 2015 attacks in Paris that were the deadliest in peacetime France.
Demonstrators set up blockades on main roads ahead of planned inauguration of new head of Serbian Orthodox Church.
Alexander Lukashenko was quoted by the Belta state news agency as saying that Russia will soon deliver a big military hardware consignment to Belarus.
‘We cannot risk the lives of our diplomats and of our soldiers any longer,’ says deputy foreign minister, as evacuation chaos continues.
The heavy rainfall behind deadly flooding in Europe in July was made more likely by climate change, scientists say.
Kyiv sees the soon-to-be-completed Nord Stream 2 pipeline carrying Russian gas to Europe and bypassing Ukraine as “a dangerous geopolitical weapon”, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said.