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GENEVA (AP) — Governments across Europe are ratcheting up restrictions to try to beat back a resurgence of the coronavirus that has sent new infections on the continent to their highest weekly...
WhatsApp’s latest iPhone beta release suggests that it is working on several improvements for iOS users. The social messaging giant is reportedly working on improving WhatsApp Payments for specific countries, and is also still working to improve Expiring Messages before the release.
Trump described NZ’s ‘terrible’ surge, despite 90 active cases in country; Ibiza to ban pool parties, as Spain infections surge. Follow the latest
Money Heist season 5 will be the Spanish series’ final season, Netflix revealed as it confirmed the show’s return. Additionally, Netflix announced two new cast members in Miguel Ángel Silvestre and Patrick Criado. Production on Money Heist season 5 begins August 3.
Moto G8 Plus has reportedly started receiving Android 10 update, as Motorola began rolling out the latest version of the operating system (OS) to phone units in Spain and Brazil.
Tenet — Christopher Nolan’s movie — might release in late August in parts of Europe and Asia, according to a new report. Warner Bros. is reportedly in talks with cinema chains in France, Spain, and the UK to open Tenet between August 26–28. Asian chains are waiting on hear on a new release date for Tenet in “the next few days”.
A European Union plan to breathe life into economies throttled by the COVID-19 pandemic hung in the balance on Sunday as leaders quarrelled over how to carve up a vast recovery fund and what strings to attach for countries it would benefit.
The Dutch welcomed new proposals on a massive EU stimulus fund on Saturday in a second day of negotiations among the bloc's leaders though a final deal on how to revive growth stifled by the coronavirus pandemic remained far off.
Britain, France, Italy and Spain suggested a "phased approach" to global digital taxation talks in a joint letter to the US treasury secretary last week, which they said could open the way for a deal this year.
Spain will try out a new smartphone app aimed at thwarting the spread of the coronavirus by injecting hundreds of false cases into the system in a test run starting on Friday on the Canary Island of Gomera.
Stock markets nudged down from more than three-month highs on Wednesday, while the dollar stumbled as caution took hold ahead of a U.S. Federal Reserve meeting.
World shares surged on Wednesday as reports of a European Union rescue fund helped offset concerns about unrest in Hong Kong over Beijing's proposed national security laws.
Earlier this month, Europe's ambassador in Beijing submitted to Chinese censorship.
Spain will force anyone arriving from overseas to quarantine themselves for 14 days from Friday to try and prevent a second spike of coronavirus cases being imported into the country.
A week before Boris Johnson unveils the government’s “roadmap” out of lockdown next Sunday, a draft plan of the measures being considered includes reducing hot desking, using staggered shift times and maintaining working from home where possible.
Countries from Italy to New Zealand have announced the easing of coronavirus lockdowns but British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, back at work on Monday after being in intensive care with COVID-19, said it was too soon to relax the restrictions.
European planemaker Airbus issued a bleak assessment of the impact of the coronavirus crisis, telling the company's 135,000 employees to brace for potentially deeper job cuts and warning its survival is at stake without immediate action.
On foot and with bicycles, skateboards and scooters, Spanish children went outside at last on Sunday, emerging from their homes for the first time after six weeks of living under one of Europe's strictest coronavirus lockdowns.
Caution recaptured world markets on Monday as a near 30% drubbing for U.S. WTI crude oil kicked off a busy week of data and earnings that will drive home the damage being inflicted by global coronavirus lockdowns.
Deaths from the COVID-19 epidemic in Italy rose by 482 on Saturday, the lowest daily increase since April 12, while the number of new cases was stable at 3,491, the Civil Protection Agency said.
World stocks gained on Tuesday after Chinese trade data came in better than expected and as some countries tried to restart their economies by partly lifting restrictions aimed at containing the coronavirus pandemic.
Europe is seeing further signs of hope in the coronavirus outbreak as Italy’s daily death toll was at its lowest in more than two weeks and its infection curve was finally on a downward slope
A further 809 people have now died from coronavirus in Spain, bringing the total to 11,744 deaths, according to Spanish Health Ministry figures released Saturday.
Coronavirus is claiming more lives across Europe and in the United States. Italy is seeing the fastest rise in deaths since the beginning of the outbreak, almost 1,000 in the last 24 hours. Spain also faces a rising number of deaths and critically ill patients. In the US President Trump has authorised a two-trillion dollar emergency package in an attempt to protect the economy. Millions of Americans have lost their jobs. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reports from Mark Lowen in Rome, Damian Grammaticas in Madrid and Nick Bryant in New York. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog
Hour-long address came as Italy said 969 people had died from Covid-19 in 24 hours
Spain has now seen more deaths from the coronavirus pandemic than any other country except Italy, with officials warning that the peak of its outbreak has still not been reached.
Spanish soldiers finds corpses inside nursing home amid coronavirus spread
The few people still walking in Madrid's eerily empty parks on Monday were met by buzzing drones overhead, instructing them to: "Go home!"