U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that England will enter a second lockdown on Thursday.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she had voted in favor of both referendums.
The Duchess of Sussex's trial for her invasion of privacy lawsuit will be postponed until fall 2021.
Mayor Christian Estrosi described the attack as terrorism. A suspect has been arrested, French police said.
Delphine Boel, 52, a Belgian artist, fought a seven-year legal battle to prove that the former king is her father.
Italians complied peacefully with the spring lockdown but there has been an immediate pushback against renewed restrictions.
The attack happened as a prominent religious scholar was delivering a lecture about the teachings of Islam.
France is recording more than 50,000 new coronavirus cases a day but a doctor who advises the government thinks the actual number is closer to 100,000.
HuffPost reporters are tracking the latest news on the coronavirus.
Conservative lawmakers are backing Joe Biden because of climate change, foreign policy and “the return of dignity” to the White House.