"Today, I got tested for coronavirus and it was positive. I will self-isolate for the next two weeks," Kosovan Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti wrote on Facebook on Sunday.
Spain is suffering its worst tourist season ever as fears and restrictions over coronavirus prevent people from taking the risk of traveling abroad
More desperate people are poaching in game reserves to get by, but they're different from the professionals who kill rhinos for their horns.
Pedro Sanchez has condemned the British government's decision to impose a quarantine on all travellers returning from Spain.
Shortly after disclosing the negative result, Bolsonaro left the presidential residence on a motorcycle and greeted supporters.
Meanwhile, US infections are close to hit the four million mark.
A train, a plane and a bus. With strict coronavirus confinement measures easing in Europe, Callum can now return home to Northern Ireland after four months. In this photo diary, he shares his journey
Authorities on Okinawa have demanded that the US military release the real number of cases at its military bases on the Japanese island, further exascerbating local tensions.
Industry analysts say only about a third of the usual number of tourists will visit Portugal's Algarve region this summer.
Thousands took to the streets of Belgrade again on Wednesday to protest the Serbian president's handling of the coronavirus outbreak in the country
Thousands of people flocked to Greece and Croatia as the countries reopened to tourists.
Cases have risen since the country held parliamentary elections in mid-June.
A group of UK doctors has called factory farming a 'ticking time bomb' for global health.
Researchers said that 10 per cent of swine workers they tested were positive to the new virus. For now, there is little evidence of human to human transmission.
While face masks have been mandatory in some parts of the world to combat the spread of coronavirus, people are using them to be creative as well as keep safe.
Speaking to Euronews, Filippo Grandi says the EU must have a united system in place to distribute asylum seekers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has destroyed all vestiges of the old neoliberal system. To ensure democracy survives in Europe in tact, the EU must not fall back to business as usual.
The country accounts for around a quarter of all Africa's COVID-19 cases.
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COVID-19 has brought with it a health emergency of global proportions. This has presented a huge challenge to national leaders, to health systems worldwide, and to citizens. It also became an excuse for human rights violations that are showing few signs of diminishing.
Demand for face masks has arguably never been higher after the World Health Organization recently began recommending people wear them to guard against COVID-19.
"Leadership in times of crisis does matter," writes Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey. "President Bolsonaro is - devastatingly for Brazil - testament to this."
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Yolanda Nauwelaers and Timothy Dekeyser are thought to be one of the first couples in Europe to wed in the presence of invitees since lockdown was imposed in March.
in 1918, the Spanish flu claimed 50 to 100 million lives worldwide.
The world has been looking to South Korea as a model for how to handle COVID-19. But a fresh spike in cases is putting that reputation at risk.