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1.59am EST 01:59 Helen Sullivan That’s it from me, Helen Sullivan, on another day of bad and good pandemic news. I’ll now be logging off, but here is an inspirational image for those just starting their morning (yes, smoking is bad – tell it to the cat): Helen Sullivan (@helenrsullivan) logging on https://t.co/sc7Z38gqBu November 22, …

Minks at farmer Stig Sørensen’s estate where all minks must be culled due to a government order on November 7, 2020 in Bording, Denmark. Ole Jensen | Getty Images News | Getty Images LONDON — The discovery of a new coronavirus strain on Danish mink farms has led to the introduction of strict public health …

U.K. Chancellor Rishi Sunak is looking to overhaul the country’s listing regime in a bid to attract more technology companies to London, according to Sky News. Sunak is planning to start a review of the current rules with Jonathan Hill, Britain’s former European Union commissioner for financial services, being lined up over the weekend to …

The development came days after the Danish government announced it planned to cull the nation’s entire mink population in order to contain the spread. There are between 15 and 17 million mink in Denmark, whereas its human population stands at around 5.5 million. The ban came into place at 4 a.m. Saturday and means travelers …

IZMIR, TURKEY (AP) — Rescuers in the Turkish city of Izmir pulled a young girl out alive from the rubble of a collapsed apartment building Tuesday, four days after a strong earthquake hit Turkey and Greece and as hopes of reaching survivors began to fade. Wrapped in a thermal blanket, the girl was taken into …

The attack took place in a church, the Notre Dame Basilica, on Thursday. Mayor Christian Estrosi said the attacker was shot by police, but is still alive and has been taken into custody. “I am on the scene with the police who arrested the attacker. Everything points to a terrorist attack,” Estrosi said on Twitter …

Sarah Green Carmichael is an editor with Bloomberg Opinion. She was previously managing editor of ideas and commentary at Barron’s, and an executive editor at Harvard Business Review, where she hosted the HBR Ideacast. Read more opinion Follow @skgreen on Twitter Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg The Great Work From Home Experiment of 2020 …

Top health official have warned that Belgium could run out of intensive care beds in as little as two weeks and some hospitals are facing staff shortages. The country of 11.5 million people has reported on average more than 13,000 cases a day in the past week, according to the national public health institute Sciensano. …

Macron made the remarks last week at a tribute to the murdered high school teacher Samuel Paty, who was beheaded earlier this month during a terror attack in a northern suburb of Paris. Paty was killed after he showed cartoons of the prophet during a class on freedom of expression. Macron said that France would …

Erdogan suggested Saturday that the French President needed “some sort of mental treatment” over his attitude towards Muslims in France. “What is Macron’s problem with Islam? What is his problem with Muslims?” Erdogan said, speaking at his Justice and Development Party meeting in Kayseri. Erdogan added: “Macron needs some sort of mental treatment. What else …