Nearly 13,000 migrants lived at the camp on the island of Lesbos – four times the number it can hold.
A new legal limit will be enforced through a £100 fine but will not apply to schools or workplaces.
The bill has caused a row after the UK government admitted it would break international law.
AstraZeneca describes the pause in its keenly-awaited final clinical trials as routine.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.
BBC commentator Aatif Nawaz explains how T20 cricket has “fundamentally changed the way cricket is played”.
The two journalists from different organisations left due to diplomatic tensions, local media report.
The Australian cites health risks and lack of preparation as the reasons she won’t be defending her Grand Slam title.
A network of “post Covid” clinics are needed for thousands of chronically ill patients, rehab experts say.
Six-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton will enter a team in the new Extreme E racing series.
The government says it has made a deal to produce two Covid-19 vaccines, provided trials are successful.
India’s largest rapid transport system resumes services even as case numbers increase.