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There have already been three supermoons this year, and you won't get a chance to see one again until April 2021.
Despite strict social-distancing guidelines currently in place in Germany, people in the town of Schüttorf managed to party the night away as they attended a disco from the safety of their cars.
The ministry been debunking misinformation and has also warned against breathing in hot air from hairdryers as a means of combatting the virus.
Bergamo, the epicentre of Italy's COVID-19 outbreak, made the estimates based on data from a website where citizens log their health status.
‘Staying at home’ and ‘self-isolating’ have become everyday terms in the UAE, whilst Zoom meetings and home workouts have become daily tasks for people in lockdown.
Coronavirus containment measures mean many Muslims will turn to videoconference tools to connect with their loved ones as they break their daily fast.
Have you used lockdown to sift through your wardrobe and question your shopping habits? Well, the fashion industry has been doing some soul-searching, too.
Addiction specialists are worried that more people in the UK are placing bets while under lockdown, amid a surge in advertising for online gambling.
The nesting season has gathered pace and birds stand to benefit most from the quieter parks and streets during the COVID-19 lockdown. Euronews spoke to an ornithologist based in Somerset, UK.
The virtual concert entertained fans around the world with home performances from Taylor Swift to the Rolling Stones, in aid of health workers battling the coronavirus.
Thirty-one major provinces in Turkey on Saturday headed into a second round of a weekend lockdown, as part of measures to contain the spread of coronavirus
Spanish Civil Protection volunteers use music and dance to cheer up residents in Griñón, a small town near Madrid.
Flour is increasingly hard to find at European shops and supermarkets these days.
Master bakers Dan Lepard and Iban Yarza explain why so many of you are suddenly into bread baking.
From the European Commission president apologising to Italy, to Germany's plan to loosen restrictions, here are some of Europe's headlines at the end of the week.
Egyptian mummies without the crowds: traffic to the museum's online galleries has more than tripled amid coronavirus lockdowns.
Jackals have been spotted in a Tel Aviv park as people stay away amid the coronavirus confinement.
India's nationwide coronavirus lockdown, the biggest in the world which covers 1.3 billion people, has been extended until at least 3 May
Those receiving the essential packages included self-employed waste pickers who scour the city's rubbish for recyclables and are paid for the amount they collect.
From Rio to Rome, see how the coronavirus lockdown has emptied key sites around the world.
Adèle Belmont, who said she recovered from COVID-19, said she wanted to thank neighbours for their support.
In these unprecedented times, we take a look at the headlines across Europe.
In a world locked down by the coronavirus pandemic, Christians are commemorating the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus without traditional church services and processions.
"Every sacrifice that we make is helping to save lives," Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said whilst announcing that the restrictions will be extended another three weeks, until May 5th.
Experts have been getting creative in trying to explain how contagious COVID-19 is and why it is important to practice social distancing.
Is this the Great Online Bake-off? Tens of thousands dust off their aprons and tune into the bread boffins from London. Classes so far have included step-by-step guides for doughnuts, pretzels and sourdough bread.
New research released by @risj_oxford has shown that much of #coronavirus misinformation starts off with a grain of truth.