Dr Hans Kluge, Europe regional director for the WHO, told the BBC: "They have a responsibility towards themselves, their parents, grandparents and their communities".
With weeks of disagreements to work through, Luxembourg's Prime Minister said he's brought a spare shirt with him in case an extra day of deliberations is needed.
Multiple European monitoring agencies have detected nuclear radiation, likely from a power plant of unknown origin, floating above northern Europe.
“This will hurt them, but it won’t destroy the networks.”
They're using refrigerators full of squid, pizza boxes, and even shipments of coronavirus face masks.
The virus has killed 130,000 people in Europe, but the drop in air pollution has saved 11,000, according to a new study.
The plan depends on testing millions of people to assure that the country can ease the lockdown without COVID-19 raging back.
And public health experts say the ban won't contain the coronavirus pandemic, which is effectively borderless.
“The U.S. is a special case.”
A draft action plan says that Europe wants to make electronics a "priority sector for implementing the right to repair."