In October 2020, as scientists raced to develop a Covid shot, the head of the WHO warned against looming "vaccine nationalism". But is vaccine inequality the reason behind Omicron's emergence?
The EU border agency will deploy a plane 24-hours-a-day over the Channel coast to monitor migrant crossings, France says after pushing European partners for help in cracking down on people-smuggling
What are superbugs and how can we protect ourselves after the World Health Organization called antibiotic resistance "one of the biggest threats to global health, food security, and development"?
The three parties forming Germany's next government have presented their coalition agreement which touches on issues from climate protection, foreign policy and cannabis. What are their plans?
An explosion of coronavirus infections at a German school has put a spotlight on "anthroposophy", a spiritual movement behind the education system, and raised questions over how it may be contributing to stagnating vaccinations
Warsaw and Brussels may have put on a united front over the Belarus migrant crisis, but analysts doubt the cooperation will extend to their longstanding row over judicial independence