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Apple and Google to harness phones for coronavirus infection tracking
With most of Europe locked down and the global economy in free fall, millennials are being hit hard by the crisis. But are their futures being sacrificed to contain the virus?
A new case of the Ebola virus has been confirmed in eastern Congo, just three days before the country expected to declare an end to the outbreak.
New tools could enable people and health authorities to track the virus using bluetooth proximity data from their smartphones.
This church in Germany used a creative way of overcoming coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Sahrawi refugees, who have been living in the middle of the Algerian desert for 45 years, are facing a new kind isolation amid this global pandemic.
Filippo Grandi says refugees who live in a precarious situation are likely to be among the first to suffer, if the pandemic causes a global recession.
Meet the France-based choir who are refusing to let confinement hold them back.
A look back at the key stories coming out of Brussels this week.
With an uncle who served as a President of the United States, and a father who ran for office, human rights activist Kerry Kennedy has a unique perspective on the state of politics and a free press in her homeland today.