Results for end-of-year exams in the UK that are of importance for higher education and job applications are, this year, being based on teachers' predictions - but the government has since made a last-minute change.
Euronews spoke to recent graduates from across the bloc to see how they were managing to get a first foot on the ladder in their chosen careers in the midst of a global pandemic and economic crisis.
Experts in New Zealand are working to find out the source of the latest outbreak of coronavirus, with test results showing the strain could be from Australia or the UK.
The UK has revised the way it counts the number of deaths to coronavirus, meaning its national toll has dropped by 5,000 - but it still has the highest number in Europe.
Germany's response so far has widely been seen as successful in slowing the spread of the pandemic efficiently and quickly before Wednesday's figures.
Authorities in Brussels have made face masks mandatory across the city in an effort to curb the spread of coronavirus.
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The UK's economy fell a record 20.4% between April and June amid the height of the coronavirus lockdown, according to the Office for National Statistics.
The mayor of Knokke-Heist said he did not want quantity, but that "quality [of visitors] is perfect."
Researchers at the University of Halle want to simulate different ways of safely getting large groups of people together.
People rushed to supermarkets in New Zealand after the country announced its first locally transmitted coronavirus infections after more than 100 days without cases.
Former FDA Associate Commissioner Peter Pitts says there are many questions behind the announcement by Vladimir Putin.
The Scottish government has threatened to suspend the national football season, which has just begun, following a number of breaches of regulations put in place to guard against the coronavirus pandemic.
The Prime Minister has announced four confirmed cases of COVID-19 in one family from an unknown source.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has claimed his daughter has been inoculated against COVID-19 after the country became the first in the world to register a vaccine for the disease.
The infection rate has sharply increased since the global number of cases hit 15 million on July 22, with US, India and Brazil accounting for nearly two-thirds of all cases.
The Spanish actor posted a statement on his social media account as he turned 60-years-old on Monday, saying he is celebrating his birthday in self-isolation.
The COVID-19 crisis has exacerbated the task of securing a first job for many young people. Here, recent graduates from across the world talk about how the pandemic is affecting their chances of getting a foot on the ladder.
Researchers found that respondents who are sceptical about science and authority are more likely to refuse the vaccine.
New daily COVID-19 cases surged to more than 2,200 on Friday.
The UK reported 1,062 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday, the highest number of new cases since late June.
Brazil is the second-most impacted country by COVID-19 with more than three million cases and 100,000 deaths.
Movement has been restricted and restaurants, as well as sport and entertainment venues, have been closed for two weeks in the counties of Kildare, Laois and Offaly.
An increasing number of eco-friendly PPEs are available made from materials such as fishing net and wood pulp.
The French Riviera resort of Saint-Tropez now requires face masks outdoors, threatening to sober the mood in a place renowned for high-end, free-wheeling summer beach parties.