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PRAGUE (Reuters) - Czechs on Tuesday marked more than three decades since the Velvet Revolution peacefully toppled communist rule with scaled-back gatherings, virtual candle lighting and online concerts as coronavirus lockdown rules limited events this year.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission convened with Polish officials on Tuesday to attempt to win support for a tougher European Union climate change target, after the country requested more analysis of the goal.
(Reuters) - Finn Mika Kallio will replace KTM Tech3 MotoGP rider Iker Lecuona for this weekend's season-ending race in Portugal, after the Spaniard tested positive for COVID-19, the team said on Tuesday.
LISBON (Reuters) - Helplines across Europe have reported higher demand for their services as the coronavirus pandemic adds to the hurdles many women face to access abortion.
TRNAVA, Slovakia (Reuters) - Slovakia ended Scotland's nine-match unbeaten when a first-half goal from Jan Gregus gave them a 1-0 win in their Nations League match on Sunday between teams who both qualified for Euro 2020 amid drama last week.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech Republic reported on Sunday a further decline in the number of COVID-19 infections and deaths from daily highs seen in early November, but the country remains among the hardest hit in Europe during this second wave of the pandemic.
LEIPZIG, Germany (Reuters) - Germany striker Timo Werner scored in each half to help steer his side from behind to a 3-1 home win over Ukraine in the Nations League on Saturday as they topped the group with one round of games left to play.
PRAGUE, Nov. 13 (Xinhua) -- The Czech Ministry of Health on Friday presented a new five-tier plan to manage the coronavirus resurgence in the country, Health Minister Jan Blatny announced during a press conference.
(Reuters) - Scotland midfielder Ryan Christie said qualifying for the team's first European Championship finals since 1996 was a "monkey off the back" in an emotional interview after Thursday's penalty shootout victory over Serbia in a playoff.
(Reuters) - England manager Gareth Southgate is relishing their European Championship meeting with Scotland next year and said he is hopeful supporters will be allowed to watch the contest at Wembley Stadium.