Measles 'tragedy' kills 35 across Europe Thirty-five people have died in the past year from measles outbreaks across Europe, the World Health Organization has warned.
It described the deaths - which can be prevented with vaccination - as an "unacceptable tragedy".
A six-year-old boy in Italy was the latest to die from the infection. More than 3,300 measles cases have been recorded in the country.
The most fatalities - 31 - have been in Romania.
But there have also been deaths in Germany and Portugal since June 2016. BBC News