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"There are specific countries that we have had very bad experiences with," one MP says.
New York Times: As new variants spread, countries move to reintroduce border controls.
The nation's coronavirus death rate is four times higher than in neighbouring Denmark.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to unveil is roadmap for easing Covid restrictions.
New York Times: It's a new game, and Britons have got to learn the new rules.
New York Times: Worries of a lasting exodus push authorities to address problems.
Man is alleged to have worked at the Sachsenhausen camp between 1942 and 1945.
An unusual friendship between a Turkish man and a swan he rescued has endured for decades.
Financial Times: Companies call for more help as coronavirus curbs hit revenues.
Honduras got tired of waiting to get vaccines through a United Nations programme.
New EU controls on Covid vaccine exports could mean there are not as many doses for NZ.
The AstraZeneca vaccine is one of four pre-ordered by New Zealand.
UK becomes first country in Europe to pass 100,000 coronavirus-related deaths.
Niklas Frank learnt the truth about his family when he saw photos of piles of corpses.
Michel Becker's first treasure puzzle hasn't been solved. This one, he says, is easier.
Demonstrations were held in scores of cities in temperatures as low as -50C.
Financial Times: Pharma group says volumes will 'be lower than originally anticipated'.
New York Times: Location made all the difference when the coronavirus hit.
The Central European nation of 5.4m entered a tough lockdown before Christmas.
The controversial facilities will be used for people who have repeatedly broken the rules.
Doctors will now assess whether very frail, elderly people should get the vaccine.
Large parts of Europe are living under 6pm-6am restrictions on movement.
Leaders warn Covid vaccines won't help for months as lockdowns are extended.
'Black Widow' Patrizia Reggiani, now 72, reinforces her chilling reputation in a new doco.
Far-right extremism and conspiracy theories can take hold in any country.