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Europe imposes new restrictions as coronavirus surges across continent

CBS News Thursday, 29 October 2020
Europe imposes new restrictions as coronavirus surges across continentCoronavirus is surging across Europe, forcing several countries to tighten restrictions. France enters a new national lockdown on Friday, while Germany is closing pubs, restaurants and entertainment venues in a attempt to slow the spread. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer joined CBSN from London.
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News video: Europe has now had more than 10 million coronavirus cases, says WHO

Europe has now had more than 10 million coronavirus cases, says WHO 03:07

It comes as new restrictions are implemented across Europe, including a fresh lockdown in France. View on euronews

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Coronvirus: French businesses fear low-key Christmas season

Christmas cheer is thin on the ground this year with the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic wreaking havoc on traditional celebrations.View on euronews

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Germany passes one million COVID-19 cases as Europe eases restrictions [Video]

Germany passes one million COVID-19 cases as Europe eases restrictions

Germany will extend its restrictions until early January, Angela Merkel announced on Wednesday evening.View on euronews

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Germany shuts down ski resorts to prevent spread of coronavirus [Video]

Germany shuts down ski resorts to prevent spread of coronavirus

In Berlin, there are moves to prevent mass participation events across the EU.

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COVID-19 infections in Germany surpass one million [Video]

COVID-19 infections in Germany surpass one million

The number of COVID-19 infections in Germany surpassed the one million mark and the daily death toll hit a record of 426, data from the Robert Koch Institute for infectious diseases showed on Friday. Emer McCarthy reports.

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Michele Barnier departs London hotel for Brexit talks [Video]

Michele Barnier departs London hotel for Brexit talks

The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michele Barnier has departed his hotel in London ahead of talks with his UK counterpart, Lord Frost. Report by Browna. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier arrives in London for face-to-face trade talks [Video]

EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier arrives in London for face-to-face trade talks

British and EU Brexit negotiators remain sceptical about the chances of a breakthrough in talks on a follow-on agreement, which are still stalled over fishing rights and fair trade rules.

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Michel Barnier arrives in London ahead of trade talks resuming [Video]

Michel Barnier arrives in London ahead of trade talks resuming

EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier has arrived in London ahead of face-to-facetalks in a bid to reach a Brexit deal. Mr Barnier was pictured wearing a maskas he left St Pancras International station in central London, waving to themedia as he left in a car.

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A “spectacular” 10ft floral bodysuit worn by Lady Gaga in her latest musicvideo could sell for as much as £20,000 next month in London. The pop star,34, wore the hand-painted and appliqued leather bodysuit, called the FloralAlien, during the shoot for the song 911 which was filmed in the desert regionof Valencia in California this August.

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