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Czech government shuts shops, curbs movement to stem COVID-19 surge

By Jan Lopatka and Robert Muller

PRAGUE (Reuters) – The Czech government on Wednesday ordered most shops and services to (More…)

EU tells Britain to make up its mind as Brexit deal ‘within reach’

By Gabriela Baczynska and Marine Strauss

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union told Britain on Wednesday to make up its (More…)

Poland weighs new curbs as coronavirus cases hit fresh record.

WARSAW (Reuters) – Poland is considering new restrictions, including moving some primary students to distance learning, after its total of (More…)

UK plans COVID-19 ‘challenge’ trials that deliberately infect volunteers

By Kate Kelland

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain will help to fund trials using a manufactured COVID-19 virus to deliberately infect (More…)

As clock ticks, EU and UK tell each other to budge on Brexit

By Guy Faulconbridge and Gabriela Baczynska

LONDON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) – A frustrated European Union and piqued Britain both exhorted the other (More…)

Iran health minister urges tougher COVID action as new cases soar

DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran’s health minister appealed on Tuesday for more public and government support to enforce restrictions aimed at (More…)

U.S., Britain call out Russian hacking spree, cyberattacks against Olympics

By Jack Stubbs and Christopher Bing

LONDON/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Britain and the United States on Monday condemned what they said (More…)

Mexico vows purge after ex-defense chief arrested in U.S.

By Diego Oré and Frank Jack Daniel

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s president on Friday promised to clean up the (More…)

New clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh; Pompeo says Turkey makes situation worse

By Nvard Hovhannisyan and Nailia Bagirova

YEREVAN/BAKU (Reuters) – Armenian and Azeri forces fought new clashes on Friday, defying hopes (More…)

‘Something close’ to genocide in China’s Xinjiang, says U.S. security adviser

By David Brunnstrom

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. national security adviser said on Friday that China was perpetrating “something close (More…)