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The German government would take up a significant stake in the group threatened by the coronavirus crisis.
I think many have been surprised by how compliant and trusting most of us have been around COVID-19 and the lockdowns, writes Euronews' political editor, Darren McCaffrey.
Boatmen wear masks and surgical gloves, while seats are spaced out in the boats to adhere to social distancing rules.
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A Novel way to keep your business afloat? Café Rothe in Schwerin uploaded a picture to Facebook where clients sat with hats fashioned out of swimming pool floats for fun to maintain social distancing.
A controversial vote to abandon the 2019-20 season had angered several clubs, leading to calls for an independent investigation.
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They say factoring farming is a 'ticking time bomb' for global health.
The aim was to turn the building into a virtual donation box.
The World Health Organization has been issuing guidance on how citizens can maintain wellbeing during self-isolation and quarantine, but leaving lockdown is also causing anxiety.
Raffaele Carbonelli and Ester Concilio could not wait any longer and decided to get married on Monday with no guests or banquet.
Community care facilities including nursing homes now account for nearly two thirds of Ireland's COVID-19 deaths, recent figures show.
A 1,000-year-old water mill has resumed commercial production to meet the rising demand for flour during the coronavirus pandemic.
As the world focuses on the coronavirus pandemic more cases of tuberculosis are going undetected and untreated, according to new research.
Josep Borrell, the European Union Minister for Foreign Affairs, has told Euronews that the COVID-19 pandemic has made health a security issue - and a more federalised approach is now called for.
When lockdowns are lifted, social distancing will be key in preventing COVID-19. Here is how the world is adapting to keep people apart.
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UK researchers have identified almost 200 recurrent genetic mutations to the novel coronavirus. These changes are not necessarily something to worry about – and studying them closely could help scientists find the drugs and vaccines needed to stop the pandemic.
Austria says anyone arriving at its airports or land borders without proof they are COVID-19-free must go into isolation.
More than 100 organisations, unions and think tanks have published an open letter urging politicians across the UK to act to protect carers from what it describes as a ‘growing poverty crisis’.
One expert has told Euronews it's because the UK did not lock down quickly enough.
Italy has begun easing its coronavirus lockdown, and after nearly two months of movement restrictions, millions of Italians can now finally venture out to go to work or meet family and friends. Our journalist Alessio Dell'anna took us along for his first day of newfound freedom in Milan.
Poland has held scaled-down National Flag day and Constitution day celebrations amidst Coronavirus pandemic.
"They tell me to go away, they call me a coronavirus infection, how can they treat me in such a way," cries out Natalya during her Facebook live. Natalya’s life turned into a nightmare at the end of March.
The lockdowns have accelerated much deeper changes that were already underway in our cities, in particular, the drive to push cars out of key areas.
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has called on citizens to stay at home after he tested positive for COVID-19.