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George Sutherlands says he has been inspired by the heroics of Captain Tom Moore who has raised millions of pounds for the UK health service amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rosie Watson and Mike Elm set off for a cross-continent journey on foot and bike to meet those tackling the climate crisis. But the coronavirus pandemic left them stranded in Kosovo.
In this episode of Unreported Europe Euronews' Valérie Gauriat explores the devastating impact of the coronavirus on the continent's care home sector.
The ideology has its roots in the "blood and soil" rhetoric of Nazi Germany.
Business Planet looks at how Europe is harnessing space-based technologies to help in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
After introducing lockdowns early, Denmark and Norway are now further easing restrictions.
Romania's schools have been shut since March 11 and pupils in rural parts of the country lack access to the internet.
COVID-19 is hitting Native Americans in the US hard. But the Irish are donating to them in large numbers to repay for help during the Potato Famine of the 1840s.
Government bond-buying is at the centre of a complex legal row, bringing national and federal justice into the spotlight.
Former Australia PM Kevin Rudd says the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed fundamental EU-China tensions.
The Czech Republic hasn't been hit as hard by COVID-19 as some other countries, despite lockdown leniency over outdoor life.
Researchers based in Hong Kong say that COVID-19 infection via the eyes is a greater risk than before because it is stronger than previous coronaviruses - but hand hygiene rather than protective eyewear still remains paramount.
Zinaida Korneva, 97, has launched a Youtube channel with videos in which he tells of her trials as a WWII Red Army officer.
Virtual reality websites are becoming a ticket to cultural experiences for many who are currently self-isolating.
As sustainability becomes more mainstream, we consider how architects blend nature with the built environment.
Fixing and updating electronics is cheaper and more energy efficient than buying new ones.
Vladimir Putin had hoped 2020 would mark a turning point in his plans to rule Russia, Darren McCaffrey writes. But the pandemic has put Putin's project on hold.