The United Kingdom mourns the loss of Philip, who died Friday at the age of 99, with salutes in the capitals of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. A small funeral is set for April 17.
As Queen Elizabeth II's husband, Prince Philip was the longest-serving consort in British history. He died Friday at Windsor Castle.
Health Minister Jens Spahn said Sputnik V could be a stop-gap solution to Europe's critical COVID-19 vaccine shortage. Spahn said Germany will still wait for EU regulators to approve the vaccine.
The latest violence erupted amid anger from Protestant unionists concerned they're being isolated from the U.K. and pushed into a union with the republic of Ireland due to post-Brexit trade rules.
Requiring vaccines can be seen as "necessary in a democratic society," the Strasbourg-based court said in its ruling on a law governing preschool kids.
The European Medicines Agency says there is a possible link between the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine and rare blood clots.
Doctors traveled to the penal colony where Navalny is imprisoned and were arrested outside its gates. Navalny is on a hunger strike to protest a lack of medical care.
Before the U.S. pulled out, the deal gave Iran money and gave the world assurances that Iran wasn't trying to build nuclear weapons.
The test roll-out is intended to ease the reopening of England's economy. But the move was met with critics who say rapid testing is a waste of money because it could result in many false positives.
"Once you pass through the door, there's no more COVID," a man told a visitor to one exclusive pop-up dining spot. The high-priced menu included Champagne and foie gras.
During Sunday's ceremony, the pope had harsh words for armed forces, support for struggling countries, and urged the use of vaccinations to curb the pandemic.
"To have published it any time in the last 20 years would have been seen as a whitewash," one commentator wrote. Now, he said, it's "almost criminally negligent."
President Emmanuel Macron, in a televised address to the nation, said he was left with no choice as deaths approach 100,000 and the country's hospitals are overwhelmed.
The captain, identified by Italian media as Walter Biot, was reportedly caught Tuesday evening as he handed over allegedly top-secret documents to one of the Russian diplomats in exchange for money.
The two allies are "collaborating very closely" on a response to Russian-backed cyberattacks, Ambassador to the U.S. Karen Pierce says. And she says the U.K. is still powerful after Brexit.