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The European Union is due to announce economic recovery plans which could be up to one trillion euros and wants to pull Europe out of the crisis with green measures.
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey on France and Germany's plan for financing the EU's recovery from COVID-19.
Margaritis Schinas' comments come after Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania opened their internal borders to each other last week in a bid to give their economies a timely boost.
With three rounds of Brexit talks over, the thorny issue of asking for or offering an extension to the transition period approaches with June high-level talks.
MEPs have been looking at COVID-19 contact tracing apps - how they work across borders and what happens to the data they collect.
It relates to the case of four migrants from Afghanistan and Iran, who had their applications rejected by Hungarian authorities.
The coronavirus pandemic has thrown EU cooperation into the spotlight. How armed forces and civil protection services work to ensure health security has come into focus, from building hospitals to transporting goods. The EU's foreign policy chief said that he wants to see funding going to defence.
With lockdowns being lifted and summer months approaching, the EU is looking at how citizens can safely travel - an issue critical for saving the tourism industry.
There were fears COVID-19 would overwhelm Africa. Yet, most countries aren’t reporting many cases. Euronews' political editor, Darren McCaffrey, looks at why.
Small social gatherings are allowed again in Belgium after an easing of the country's COVID-19 lockdown rules. But there is a caveat - it has to be with the same four people for the time being.
Community care facilities including nursing homes now account for nearly two thirds of Ireland's COVID-19 deaths, recent figures show.
As coronavirus lockdowns are eased, the potential for spikes in infections grow.
Liberal MEP Guy Verhofstadt said the row between the European Court of Justice and Germany's constitutional court was "the beginning of the end". The beginning of the end of the EU? Darren McCaffrey investigates.
Government bond-buying is at the centre of a complex legal row, bringing national and federal justice into the spotlight.
Vladimir Putin had hoped 2020 would mark a turning point in his plans to rule Russia, Darren McCaffrey writes. But the pandemic has put Putin's project on hold.
The EU has expressed regret after its opinion article in the China Daily newspaper was watered down to remove references to the coronavirus outbreak beginning in the country.
They were highlighting the plight of eateries, cafes and other parts of the hospitality industry hit during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Pledging 3.3 billion euros, the EU has reasserted its commitment to the region. It comes amid fears that some states were aligning themselves with Russia and China.