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Risky, reckless, an outlier... Sweden has been at the centre of much debate over the past few weeks. Our Political Editor, Darren McCaffrey, asks "Why has it not ruthlessly pursued lockdown like everyone else? Is it doing the right thing?"
Confinement is being eased in tiny Andorra, but there are plenty of caveats.
From batch cooking to store cupboard staples, what's the best way to use up food during the COVID-19 lockdown?
They argue the lockdowns - aimed at stopping the spread of COVID-19 - limit individual freedoms and harm the economy.
“Lukashenko is a complete idiot," said Alexander. "He is playing with fire and puts the lives of thousands of Belarusians in danger.”
For the first time ever, US crude oil prices dropped below $0 on Monday. Euronews breaks it all down for you.
MPs return to work but most are attending the Commons' sessions remotely. The speaker assures those not in the Chamber won't be at a disadvantage as debates will centre on the shortage of personal protective equipment for healthcare workers.
At least 25 people have been killed by flooding in eastern Congo, the administrator of Uvira territory in South Kivu province, Kiza Muhato, told The Associated Press.
12m full-time jobs could be lost in Europe because of this crisis - so what's the next move?
Some book stores opened again in Italy this week following two months of lockdown - but there are still strict measures in place to prevent the spreading of coronavirus
The Institut Pasteur estimated that 3.7 million people — 5.7% of the population — will have been infected with COVID-19 by May 11 but that 70% is needed for herd immunity.
Wassim Mukdad, 34, will testify before a German court in the trial of Anwar R., a former member of Syria's secret police suspected of overseeing the abuse of detainees at a notorious jail near Damascus known as Al Khatib, or Branch 251.