Giovanni Kessler, the head of EU anti-fraud authority OLAF, has had his immunity from prosecution lifted, EU authorities have confirmed.
The UK government has announced its decision to delay deadlines for changing border controls in relation to the import of products from the EU into the UK with six months.
Italy has activated the European Union's vaccine export ban to block a shipment of life-saving jabs being sent to Australia.
The Czech government on Friday evening declared a new state of emergency that will start from Saturday and last 30 days until March 28.
The Polish government announced Friday that it will ease additional COVID-19 induced lockdown restrictions, starting February 12.
The UK plunged into Christmas chaos with police deployed to stop people boarding packed trains, holidays abroad scrapped and Europe banning travel with the country after London went into an emergency lockdown.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Wednesday evening to discuss Brexit.
The emergency situation regime has been extended in Latvia until January 11 as part of the coronavirus response, Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins said at a press conference.
Germany prolongs the coronavirus-linked restrictions until December 20, while the limitations of social contacts are likely to be in place until January, Chancellor Angela Merkel said at a press conference after the meeting with minister-presidents of fed
Leaders of Germany’s 16 federal states plan to allow gatherings of up to 10 people over Christmas and New Year, offering some relaxation of coronavirus restrictions to let families and friends celebrate together.
French President Emmanuel Macron told the G20 summit on Saturday that the world's leading economies should join efforts to create a system that envisions disturbing first doses of potential coronavirus vaccines to least developed countries.
Authorities in Greece have decided to extend a number of measures on air travel in the country in order to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 until 30 November.
French Prime Minister Jean Castex has announced that the nationwide stay-at-home regime will remain in effect amid still disturbing indicators of the COVID-19 virus' evolution in the country.
France has registered 60,486 new coronavirus cases within the past 24 hours marking the largest daily increase since the start of the epidemic, the country's national public health agency, Sante Publique, said on Friday (local time).
Greece ordered a three-week nationwide lockdown Thursday to help contain a resurgence of COVID-19 cases.
Greece has announced a two-week blockade of its second-largest city, Thessaloniki, to try to curb growth in coronavirus cases, AFP reported.
Belgium imposes stricter quarantine measures as of today.
Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa, after a seven-hour meeting of the Council of Ministers, announced on Saturday new restrictive measures to contain the increase of COVID-19 cases in the country, where the "state of calamity" will remain until Novem
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