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Our political editor, Darren McCaffrey, on the coronavirus decision still dividing opinion.
Fourteen people were killed on Thursday in a fire at a camp housing tens of thousands of people displaced by jihadist violence in north-east Nigeria.
Georgia currently has 370 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and three deaths according to figures from the Johns Hopkins University.
We look at Europe's week trying to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
Lockdowns are easing in parts of Europe but getting longer in others, and there’s fierce debate about when countries should lift them.
EU institutions want to keep people safe online as well as off, when it comes to low-quality products, high prices and scams.
The woody mangroves of Jubail Island in Abu Dhabi have become a hub for biodiversity along the UAE’s coastline.
Across Europe, the older generation is hoping that if people won't listen to the police or health authorities about why they should stay home, they will listen to grandma.
Rob Ferguson, 51, is the first to climb the highest mountain in the world, from the comfort of his own home.
Life can be pretty monotonous under lockdown but two amateur climbers from London have found a way to shake up their daily routine and raise money for charity. Charlie Harbord and Harry Richards have challenged each other to climb Mount Everest without leaving their home.
With just a mobile phone, tripod and some Skype assistance, actors in Quarantine Diaries record themselves at home.
Living rooms are being turned into makeshift workshops to create protective equipment for medical personnel.
Journalist Lyra McKee, 29, was shot dead while observing rioting in the Creggan estate, Londonderry on April 18, 2019.