France, Belgium, and Poland on March 27 tightened curbs as coronavirus cases surged in Europe while the Philippines readied for a giant lockdown and Chile confined over 80 percent of its population.
France admitted the situation is "critical" and added three more departments to the 16 already under tight restrictions.
The Prince of Wales was awarded the City of Athens Gold Medal of Honour
The Prince of Wales said he would attend the March 25 celebrations of the bicentenary for the 1821 Greek revolution depending on the course of the pandemic
The National Museum of Wales was in touch with the Wilder family, and officials have since retrieved the print and put it in the museum
Conor Ellis Reed, a 26-year-old Chinese language student, is considered the first Briton to be infected with the coronavirus in November 2019 while living and working as a teacher at a school in Wuhan, China, British media write.
Although he recovered from COVID-19, in November 2020, friends found his lifeless body in a room on the Bangor University campus in Wales.
Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar and his Hungarian counterpart Tibor Benko have met in Hungary's capital Budapest to discuss issues of defense and security along with military cooperation areas.
Speaking at a joint news conference Wednesday following ministerial and delegation-level talks, Akar said discussions were "constructive and productive".
A portrait by Italian renaissance artist Sandro Botticelli is expected to sell for more than $80 million when it goes up for auction at Sotheby's in New York on Jan. 28.
"Young Man Holding a Roundel," believed to have been painted in the 1470s or 1480s, is considered one of Botticelli's finest portraits and is the highlight of Sotheby's Masters Week sale.