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  1. What's the latest across Europe?

    Patriarch Irinej
    Image caption: Patriarch Irinej was head of Serbia's Orthodox Church for 10 years

    The head of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Irinej, has died in hospital, weeks after leading a large public funeral for Montenegro's most senior cleric, who also died of Covid-19. The patriarch was 90. Thousands of mourners attended the 2 November funeral without masks or practising social distancing. You can read more on that here.

    There's concern in Greece too, where the head of the Church of Greece, Archbishop Ieronymos, has been admitted to hospital with mild Covid symptoms. Ieronymos, 80, has backed the government's strict Covid rules. But a 62-year-old Greek bishop who insisted on maintaining communion ceremonies despite the pandemic was buried this week.

    The EU may conditionally authorise the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines in the second half of December, according to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, as long as it gets the go-ahead from the EU medicines agency.

    Germany's daily infection rate has hit a new record 23,648 cases in 24 hours. The transmission or reproduction rate is estimated at just below one, so for every 100 people infected, another 99 people are catching the virus.

    Amazon in France has agreed to postpone its Black Friday promotion by a week to early December, under a proposal by Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire. Non-essential shops are pushing to reopen at the end of next week.

    Bars and restaurants in Sweden will tonight have to stop serving alcohol from 22:00 (21:00 GMT). And Sweden's Royal Academy of Sciences is now calling for a rethink on the decision not to recommend wearing face masks - it says they should be worn in public indoors.

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    Video caption: Turkey earthquake: Girl rescued from collapsed building

    This is the moment a four-year-old girl was rescued after being trapped under the rubble from the huge Aegean earthquake which has affected parts of Turkey and Greece.

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    Video caption: Turkey quake: The moment a mini-tsunami flooded Samos town

    The wave flooded the town of Vathy after a powerful earthquake struck off Turkey's Aegean coast.

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    Video caption: A powerful earthquake has struck off Turkey's Aegean coast and Greek islands

    The 7.0 magnitude earthquake in the Aegean Sea has destroyed buildings and caused flooding in Izmir and some Greek islands.

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    Video caption: Moria camp: 'I want to make a life for my daughter'

    One year on since Zainab was heavily pregnant and living in Europe's largest refugee camp, Moria.

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    Video caption: Lesbos: What really happened in the refugee camp destroyed by flames?

    BBC Newsnight looks into the origins of the fire that destroyed Europe's largest refugee camp.