Nations including Germany, Spain and France are moving to tighten restrictions amid fears of a third Covid peak.
Sweden and Germany have also been removed from the UK’s list of travel corridors, the government has said.
Friedrich Karl Berger helped guard prisoners during a forcible evacuation to Neuengamme in a trip which claimed the lives of 70 people.
Several people were injured in the incident in the German capital.
Coronavirus outbreaks in Australia and Europe highlight how the shift from broad national restrictions to specific local lockdowns hits poor communities hardest.
If we don’t get this right, we risk further waves of this awful disease, and people’s livelihoods will take an even greater hit, shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds writes.
Germany and South Korea avoided the worst of the pandemic with aggressive testing, which may be the key to safely exiting lockdown.
Two octogenarian lovers, one living in Denmark and the other in Germany, are determined to keep meeting every day for a picnic and a chat on either side of the border, which has been shut to help curb the spread of coronavirus. Inga Rasmussen, 85, who lives in Gallehus on the Danish side, met Karsten Tuechsen Hansen, 89, two years ago. Both widowed, they quickly fell in love. Like many lovers around the world in this time of the coronavirus pandemic and restrictions on free movement, they face obstacles in meeting up but they are not easily deterred.
From Taiwan to Germany, Iceland to New Zealand, the nations led by women have been doing very well during the coronavirus pandemic, with early interventions, swift lockdowns and sufficient testing.
From toilet paper themed cakes at a bakery in Germany, to muffins of giggling coronavirus cartoons, the world may have come to a standstill but that hasn’t stopped people from getting creative.