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Canals in Venice were almost empty on Monday morning as Italy's fight against the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Sweden has come under fire for not putting everyone on coronavirus lockdown but public health chiefs are standing firm.
While half of the world’s population remains on lockdown, Jair Bolsonaro is advocating for Brazilians to go back to work.
Rome's majestic monuments and picturesque streets are deserted amid the ongoing coronavirus lockdown.
This is the Greek capital as you've likely never seen it before.
Confinement in France has seen some neighbours get together after the nightly clapping of healthcare workers.
Businesses and wealthy celebrities have been called 'inhumane' for cutting jobs and withholding pay from workers during the pandemic.
Meet the 'balcony police', enforcing the COVID-19 lockdown one obscenity at a time.
Meet the Egyptian who decided to try and lift spirits in his Cairo neighbourhood by serenading neighbours with his violin.
French musicians have been getting into the rhythm of confinement - by performing an orchestral piece from home.
While humans are confined to their homes, goats roam the streets in Wales and a penguin visits whales at a closed aquarium in Chicago.
“Things are getting slowly much much better. I believe Italy needs at least two more weeks of lockdown and then we will see,” Italy’s deputy health minister tells Euronews.
It's certainly an unusual way of getting people to stay at home.
Home confinement over the COVID-19 epidemic goes on across Europe.
A cleaner air in China was noted by February's Nasa pictures after the country started its lockdown. Now it seems the European Space Agency may have spotted the same phenomenon in Italy in March.
Europeans tell us how they are dealing with being stuck at home amid the coronavirus restrictions.
We have Euronews journalists living in France, Italy and Spain answering questions on how to cope with coronavirus confinement.
People could be confined to their homes for many months experts say and once restrictions are lifted, coronavirus cases could increase again.
The prime minister will now need to elaborate further on what practical steps his government plans to implement to tackle this pandemic. I fear that his current restrictions are lacking any concrete steps for how he hopes to achieve them.
The mayor said the 40 benches were being removed because people were disobeying confinement rules.
Expensive, elaborate movie sets lie deserted and the filming of dozens of daily TV shows and web series are suspended.
Increasingly, European countries hit by the coronavirus pandemic seem split in two, between those who quarantine themselves for the sake of the common good, and those who are reluctant to follow self-isolation measures.
One in 150 people have an Autism Spectrum Disorder in France and places in specialised schools are hard to get so for some parents, the lockdown and home-schooling is just "our normal".
The Savonnerie de la Licorne has seen its shop sales increase 30% and delivery orders quadruple since Italy declared a state of emergency over coronavirus.
Are Europeans taking the coronavirus seriously enough? Much of Asia doesn't think so.
Keeping fit under the French lockdown is going to be tough" 1km or 2km is fine 'but not a 10k' authorities say