Spain, France, the U.K., Italy and Germany are seeing a record-breaking number of coronavirus infections as a second wave of the pandemic ripples through Europe.
Several major European cities, including London, Rome, Paris and Madrid, have reimposed restrictions in recent weeks.
The report comes as the U.S. sees its first case of a person catching coronavirus twice.
Questions have been raised about why Pete Hoekstra was hosting the event along with the Forum for Democracy party at the U.S. Embassy in The Hague.
Weekly new cases in Europe were reported to have surpassed levels seen during the first peak of the outbreak in March.
Cases have been confirmed in the Netherlands and Belgium after Hong Kong reported a man in his 30s had been infected with SARS-CoV-2 for a second time.
Researchers in the Netherlands are looking for 1,000 women to donate their breast milk.
France, Spain, Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium and Greece have issued new safety measures following a rise in cases.
The lack of mandates relating to face mask use is at odds with much of Europe.
Sweden's seven-day rolling average of daily new deaths has been mostly declining since around mid-April.
Spain, Belgium and The Netherlands are among the nations in Europe reporting the sharpest rises in recent weeks.
European leaders have so far failed to agree on the nature of an $860 billion stimulus package to help the bloc recover from the coronavirus crisis.
On the back of preliminary studies linking lower rates of COVID-19 to BCG usage, scientists are plannning trials in healthcare workers.
A video posted to Twitter Tuesday night shows residents of Amsterdam, Netherlands taking to their balconies and doorsteps to cheer on health care workers dealing the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
While other countries are stocking up on groceries and toilet paper in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Netherlands residents are lining up outside weed coffee shops ahead of a lockdown.
A program is expected to start in February in Amsterdam which will purchase the debts of young people and help them obtain higher education and employment.
A 58-year-old man and his children, aged between 16 and 25, had been in a remote farmhouse near Ruinerwold in the Drenthe region of the Netherlands.
About half of the deceased were 75 or older.
The Dutch senator has attempted to apologize for the statements which he now says he regrets.
Noa Pothoven died at home having used her final days to say goodbye to family and friends.
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A recent study found that "terrorist attacks" perpetrated by Muslims received 357 percent more media coverage than those perpetrated by other individuals.
"It is strictly ill-advised to lie down on a bomb," an official warned.
A shipping company in the Netherlands was transporting several urns holding human ashes from Germany.
Sarah Papenheim, 21, was a talented drummer studying psychology at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam.
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