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More than 57 per cent of EU residents have now received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine.
A spike in migration to Lithuania illustrates the dangers posed to Europe by Alexander Lukashenko’s rogue regime.
The New Statesman's coverage of the world's first pandemic Games since 1920.
Growing numbers of countries are introducing restrictions on the unvaccinated population to incentivise immunisation.
A first-hand account from one of the few migrant rescue boats still in operation in the Mediterranean reveals the extent of suffering and neglect.
Many in the country see terrified LGBT Georgians and a dead journalist as having paid the price for the government’s failure to stand up to far-right groups.
Frans Timmermans quoted Shakespeare’s Hamlet as he defended ambitious EU climate plans, perhaps forgetting the Danish prince’s reputation as a procrastinator.
The arrival of a “little” Statue of Liberty in Washington, DC, is a chance for Philippe Étienne to muse on the French-US relationship.
The French president’s plan to limit freedoms for the unvaccinated has led to a record rise in appointments.
Low turnout in the June regional elections shows both Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen have failed to attract the politically homeless.
The French president has announced new measures to boost the country’s vaccine take-up and slow the spread of the Delta variant.