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“There is quite obviously a potential for improvement," said the architect of Sweden's coronavirus strategy on Tuesday.
Environmentalists are sounding the alarm over a new type of marine pollution, courtesy of the coronavirus pandemic.
The question is, after more than 100 years, during which cars have transformed our lives, have we passed peak car?
Greek hotels are reopening and international flights will resume on June 15, with passengers from 'high-risk areas' subject to coronavirus testing and quarantine rules.
Too many people are throwing coronavirus masks and gloves into recycling bins in Portugal when they shouldn't, the country's biggest recycling centre warns.
When Datteln 4 did finally open on Saturday it was met by some 500 protesters. But it's likely to close in just 18 years.
About three flights have been coming in each week from Shanghai; Iberia has been working with two companies to keep medical supplies rolling in.
The European Commission’s proposed €750-billion coronavirus recovery fund should also help make the bloc’s economy more green and fit for the digital age, Executive Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis tells Euronews.
The desire to ease restrictions in Italy, France and Germany is tempered by anxieties about the ongoing risk of coronavirus infection, an exclusive Euronews survey shows.
Spain's government urged the Japanese car giant to reconsider, saying its decision would cost 3,000 jobs.
As Germany prepares to take over the rotating EU presidency in a month’s time, how the bloc emerges from this latest crisis will be Merkel’s last big test, writes Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey.
"So they will come aboard, I'm absolutely sure of that," former Finland PM Alexander Stubb told Euronews
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey on Dominic Cummings and European politicians who have been accused of breaking lockdown rules.
Merkel has broad support of the German people for her handling of pandemic, while less than half of France approves of Macron, according to an exclusive Euronews poll.
Euronews talks to GPs at the centre of France's human contact tracing initiative
Angela Merkel sets of the role of EU in the aftermath of coronavirus as she prepares to lead the presidency of EU council
"We’re not bringing them in because they are cheaper, we’re bringing them in because there aren’t people in this country that want to do this work," says care manager.
The French government wants its citizens to stop using English words where no French equivalent exists