The EU will lift restrictions on visitors coming from nations such as Algeria, Canada and New Zealand, but U.S. visitors will be excluded from traveling to the bloc in the near term.
Africa free-trade vision clouded by virus and pace of talks
EU delays decision on border reopening
Protests disrupt reopening of Paris-Orly airport
Virus pandemic has led to rise in human trafficking: US
Political stagnation and virus galvanise Maghreb migrants
Al-Qaeda North Africa confirms chief is dead: SITE
WHO warns pandemic accelerating in Africa
The 13-member cartel and its allies, notably Russia, decided to extend by a month deep May and June cuts agreed in April to boost prices.
French troops kill Al-Qaeda's North Africa chief
OPEC, allies meet to discuss output cuts
Major oil producers to meet Saturday about output cuts
US holds up UN envoy on Libya, frustrating Europeans
Weak demand pushing oil, gas toward 'terminal decline': report
“Wonder Woman” director Patty Jenkins addressed the speculations that the superhero has romantic ties with villain Cheetah.
However, Saudi Arabia and Russia have not agreed on a timeline for cuts
Mediterranean sorrow as virus upends greeting rituals
Algeria court rejects detained journalist's bail plea
Algeria backs hydroxychloroquine despite WHO dropping trials
How Are South America, Africa Doing During The Coronavirus? A Look At What Countries Are Seeing More Cases
Cases of COVID-19 have recently seen a sharp uptick across Africa and South America.
US faces severe economic downturn as virus tolls fall in hardest-hit Europe
Coronavirus crisis punctures Tunisia tourism rebound
Virus could infect more than 200 mn in Africa: WHO modelling
Algeria’s energy sector accounts for 20% of its GDP.
The World Health Organization has warned that up to 190,000 people in Africa could die from coronavirus in the first year of the outbreak if the virus is not contained.
Up to 190,000 could die in Africa if virus containment fails: WHO
Coronavirus 'takes flavour out of Ramadan' in North Africa
The first official reports of COVID-19 in France were reported in January. However, doctors at a Paris hospital found evidence coronavirus may have been in France earlier than what researches believed.
There could be a huge battle for this striker once the transfer window opens in a few weeks.
A group of scientists came across a region that they identified as the “most dangerous place in the history of planet Earth.” The area received its terrifying title due to the abundance of dinosaur fossils discovered there.