The sale of fake negative COVID test certificates will likely continue as long as these travel restrictions are in place, Europol said.
The first U.S. case of what became known as COVID-19 was discovered one year ago Thursday.
The promise of a smooth Brexit has been shattered by bureaucracy and IT failures.
The U.S. government said it would appeal the British decision to block Wikileaks founder Julian Assange from extradition.
The U.S. government rolled back the expected approval date for the AstraZeneca vaccine, citing concerns over its effectiveness in older patients.
Teams from a Swedish urban search and rescue agency are in Norway assisting those responding to a massive landslide.
Norway’s prime minister expressed sympathy for those impacted by an ongoing landslide in a village northeast of the capital, Oslo.
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Croatia on Tuesday was rocked by its second major earthquake in as many days, though casualties so far are minimal.
A test mandated by drivers carrying goods over the French border with the United Kingdom yields questionable results.
Lawmakers from both sides are scrambling to avoid a no-deal Brexit before the end of the year.
A PSA about giving back aired in the U.K., but it featured Santa Claus recovering in the hospital from COVID-19, which didn't sit well with too many parents.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridges’s relationship is stronger than ever.
A government minister said there’s no justification for the spread inside the nation’s health care system.
The European Medicines Agency was short on details while it worked with law enforcement and other agencies on the cyberattack.
France’s data privacy watchdog said it was competent to impose sanctions even though neither company has headquarters in the country.
A glimpse at Kate Middleton’s cell phone revealed a surprising secret.
Biden said he would not dismantle Trump-era tariffs right away, but work on improving policy with the help of U.S. allies.
A measure that would ban the import of good produced in forced-labor camps in China passed through the House of Representatives in September on a 406-to-3 vote.
News has broken about lockdown restrictions in the UK, and while they've been loosened, there are some tips to continue to keep families safe.