UK, Europe News Brief (Nov. 2)

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed a second national lockdown across England.

According to British media, Prince William contracted the CCP virus in April at a similar time to his father, Prince Charles.

Volunteers and even its capital city’s mayor are helping the Czech Republic’s hospitals battle the CCP virus.

A UK aid worker detained in Iran is facing new charges.

A new gleaming butcher is preparing to open in a corner of north London. The only thing it lacks is meat.

Three-year-old Elif Perincek was trapped for 65 hours under rubble from Turkey’s earthquake. She was saved after being pulled to safety.

A Swiss court has begun hearing Russia’s appeal against a four-year ban on its athletes competing at major international events.

On the first day of November, dozens of enthusiasts braved chilly autumn weather to open the winter swimming season.

A tram in the Netherlands was saved from plunging 33 feet by a statue shaped like the tail of a whale.