UK, Europe News Brief (Oct. 30)

Residents in the French city of Nice mourn the death of three victims killed in a terrorist attack.

A strong earthquake struck Turkey’s Aegean Coast on Oct. 30, killing at least six people and injuring over 200.

The majority of Spain’s regions have banned travel in and out of their territory ahead of the All Saints holiday.

A new study says the British government’s “Eat Out to Help Out” discount program helped spread the CCP virus.

Britain’s opposition Labour Party suspends its former leader, Jeremy Corbyn.

Russian activists gather at the wall of grief, paying tribute to the victims of political repression in the country.

A British entrepreneur and environmentalist claims to have developed a way to create diamonds made entirely from the sky.