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Authorities plans intelligence agency reforms after deadly attack

- November 6, 2020

Austria’s leader called Thursday for more legal options to fight extremism and for an overhaul of the country’s domestic intelligence agency in the wake of this week’s deadly...

German police raid homes of 4 men linked to Vienna attacker

- November 7, 2020

Police in Germany on Friday raided the homes and businesses of four men linked to the Islamic State sympathizer who carried out a deadly shooting in the...

Europe tightens restrictions as virus hospitalizations rise

- November 4, 2020

Coronavirus cases hit new daily highs this week in Russia, and Germany and the U.K. announced plans Tuesday to expand virus testing as European countries...

England to enter new lockdown

- November 1, 2020

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday announced a new month-long lockdown for England after being warned that without tough action a resurgent...

EU court cancels US data-sharing pact over snooping concerns

- July 16, 2020

The European Union’s top court ruled Thursday that an agreement that allows thousands of companies...

Apple wins EU court case over $15 billion in claimed taxes

- July 15, 2020

A European Union court on Wednesday delivered a hammer blow to the bloc’s attempts to rein in sweetheart...

European tourism faces turbulence only weeks after restart

- July 27, 2020

Europe’s tourism revival is running into turbulence only weeks after countries opened their borders, with rising infections in Spain and other countries...

French tourism gets boost with reopening of Disneyland Paris

- July 15, 2020

The French tourist industry received a further boost Wednesday with the partial reopening of Disneyland Paris and the opening up of the top floor...

Eiffel Tower to reopen after longest closure since WWII

- June 17, 2020

Workers are preparing the Eiffel Tower for reopening next week, after the coronavirus pandemic led to the iconic Paris landmark’s longest closure since...