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Moscovites fleeing to dachas to escape pandemic get hostile reception
Many Russians, especially living in big cities, have dachas, small or big countryside houses. It is a Soviet legacy, a tradition. The beginning of May is a time when many people visit them.
But the coronavirus crisis has pitted dacha owners -- often from big cities with high infection rates -- and their local neighbours against each other.
This report from Euronews Moscow correspondent Galina Polonskaya.
Will Europe's football seasons restart when coronavirus lockdowns end?
This time of year is usually the most exciting for football supporters as European club seasons approach their climax. Friday nights would usually see fans eagerly anticipating a weekend of sport.
Instead, stadiums lie empty and players and fans alike are confined to their homes.
Football authorities have been considering ways to revive and save their seasons. But countries have taken different approaches and some leagues have been halted altogether.
Here's our roundup of the state of play in Europe's domestic leagues:
Global May Day celebrations muted amid coronavirus lockdowns
Health workers exposed to violence over contamination fears
Not everyone is praising health and medical workers for the risks they're taking in their frontline work dealing with COVID-19.
Around the world some are facing physical and verbal attacks fuelled by fears that they're exposing others to the virus.
A development condemned by Howard Catton, head of the International Council of Nurses. See his interview on Euronews Now:
Will Europe's cities become greener after lockdown is lifted?
Lockdowns have accelerated deep changes that were already underway in our cities, in particular, the drive to push cars out of key areas.
They have the potential to permanently affect how we commute, work, shop and socialise.
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