UK, Europe News Brief (Jan. 19): UK Rejects Anti-Genocide Law in Tight Vote

In a narrow vote, UK lawmakers rejected a new genocide law aiming to stop trade deals with countries on human rights grounds.

French politician Jean-Frédéric poisson says in an interview with NTD France he’s deeply concerned over big tech’s stranglehold on freedom of expression.

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is held in a Moscow prison after a judge remanded him in pre-trial detention for 30 days. He told his supporters to fear nothing.

British health secretary Matt Hancock says he is self-isolating after the health service’s cellphone app warned him that he may have been in contact with someone who tested positive for the CCP virus.

French health minister Olivier Veran is advising against the use of cloth masks, saying they don’t guarantee protection against the CCP virus.

German authorities launched coordinated raids nationwide targeting a human trafficking ring.

Fans of danish sausages are marking the 100th anniversary of hot dog stands by ordering the snack from carts in central Copenhagen.