30th May 2023


Denmark to ease restrictions despite infections surge

The Danish government on Wednesday proposed easing coronavirus restrictions at the end of the week despite record-high infection numbers, Reuters reports. However, even as infection rates remain above 20,000 a day, hospital admissions and deaths have stabilised at levels below those seen a year ago. The government proposals include the reopening of theatres, cinemas, museums, as well as allowing spectators at outdoor sports events.

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Equatorial Guinea: a 'tough nut' for the EU

The relationship between one of Africa's smallest countries, run by the world's longest-serving dictator, remains difficult — especially after the European Parliament broke its 20-year silence on human rights in the country.

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