Radolfzell A group of Africans in Radolfzell, a town in Germany at the western end of Lake Constance, harassed and sexually molested a young woman at the train station. When the police arrived, the situation escalated. The officials were attacked and insulted as racists.
DetroitThe anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine helps lower the death rate of Covid-19 patients, the Detroit-based health system announced on Thursday.
ParisThe biggest news in France is the collapse of President Macron’s party at local level, failing to conquer or keep a single large city during the municipal elections. One newspaper deemed this “a genuine Berezina” for the president.
Regulators have banned Pakistan International Airlines from flying to the European Union for six months after the state airline was forced to take nearly a third of its pilots out of service. The pilots were caught with either fake or questionable licenses, spokesmen said on Tuesday.
ParisTurkey, supporting the camp of the government of Tripoli has not hesitated to violate the arms embargo it signed to increase its influence in the region. A French navy frigate uncovered the transgression.
MoscowDuring an official visit to Moscow, the President of the House of Representatives in Tobruk, Aguila Saleh, sharply criticized the Tripoli-based “Government of National Accord” (GNA). According to Saleh, it neither adheres to international agreements nor does it respect national law.
San FranciscoThe police department in San Francisco will no longer publish mugshots of people arrested in an effort "to end racial stereotypes", the city police chief announced on Wednesday.
Campiglia MarittimaAt Campiglia Marittima station, a small coastal town in the province of Livorno in Italy, a migrant roasted a cat before the indignant eyes of passersby.
MoscowRussians have voted in favor of amendments to the country's Constitution, the Central Election Commission (CEC) announced after 99,9 percent of ballots were processed. According to the CEC, only 21,26 percent voted against it, while a majority of 77,93 percent supported the changes.
BrusselsThe European Union has excluded the United States from its original "safe list" of countries from which the Union will allow non-critical travel as of Wednesday.