France and Russia prepare to beef up their coronavirus inoculation programmes, even as authorities seek to allay concerns about vaccine supplies while the global pandemic shows no sign of abating
The European Union expresses hope it can start vaccinating people against Covid-19 in early 2021, as Italy records more than one million cases and Britain's death toll surpasses the 50,000 mark
The European Union is prepared to slap sanctions on both Russia and Belarus for the involvement in the poisoning of opposition politician Alexei Navalny and the suppression of the peaceful protesters following the last presidential elections respectively.
European countries have threatened sanctions on Russia over the alleged nerve agent attack on Alexei Navalny, but a concerted decision will be tough to reach given the interests at stake
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is emphasizing the importance of collective work and effort of all EU member states in order to reach progress not only in the European Union but also in the continent as a whole.
Seventy-five years since the end of World War II in Europe, survivors in five countries give AFP their take on the havoc wrought by the coronavirus pandemic