Britons in Europe face discrimination in the post-Brexit era, says home secretary

British nationals living in the European Union are having difficulty accessing benefits, services and jobs, Home Secretary Priti Patel said Wednesday, speaking on the fifth anniversary of the Brexit vote.…

Italy’s health ministry lifts outdoor mask-wearing restrictions

Mask-wearing outdoors in Italy will no longer be required in virtually all of the country starting on June 28. Health Minister, Roberto Speranza, tweeted Monday night that the mask requirement…

Coronavirus: Setback for EU in legal fight with AstraZeneca

The EU has lost a legal battle in Brussels to force Anglo-Swedish drug maker AstraZeneca to supply 120m doses of Covid-19 vaccine by the end of June. It went to…

Christian Eriksen: Denmark midfielder suffered cardiac arrest, says team doctor

Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest when he collapsed in Denmark’s Euro 2020 match against Finland, said Danish team doctor Morten Boesen. Earlier, officials said the midfielder was stable in…

Another rare blood condition identified as potential side effect of AstraZeneca vaccine

Europe’s drug regulator says it has identified another rare blood condition as a potential side effect of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine.  It said it was looking into cases of heart inflammation…

Coronavirus: Vaccine passports considered for use at big events

The government is considering whether vaccine passports could be used at big events or if there is another coronavirus wave, the BBC understands. A review of the use of the…

WHO issues COVID-19 warning to Europe before summer travels

The World Health Organization on Thursday urged Europeans to travel responsibly during the summer holiday season and warned the continent was “by no means out of danger” in the battle…

France President Emmanuel Macron slapped in the face

French President Emmanuel Macron has been slapped in the face on an official visit to the south-east of France. In a video circulating on social media, Mr Macron is seen…

Harry and Meghan did not ask Queen to use Lilibet name – Palace source

The Queen was not asked by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex about naming their daughter Lilibet, a Palace source has told the BBC. A source close to Harry and…

Ukraine’s Euro 2020 football kit provokes outrage in Russia

A new kit for Ukraine’s football team, showing a map including Russian-annexed Crimea, has provoked anger in Moscow. Ukraine unveiled its shirt for Euro 2020, emblazoned with its borders including…