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Hope for Europe as Spain records lower COVID-19 cases for fourth day
Spain and Germany have recorded consecutive days of fewer coronavirus infections, while Italy has seen a fall in deaths, and Austria has announced plans to lift the lockdown.
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The Albanian doctors, PM Edi Rama said, will go to Italy's Lombardy region "to help their Italian colleagues".
More French COVID-19 patients flown to Germany and Switzerland
France's Defence Minister, Florence Parly, thanked "Germany for mobilising to take care of French people and for embodying even greater solidarity: Europe watching over Europeans".
COVID-19: EU will lose 'raison d'etre' if it doesn't help, Italy warns
EU will lose its 'raison d'etre' if it fails to help its member states and citizens during COVID-19 crisis, Italy's PM Giuseppe Conte has warned.
COVID-19: EU leaders fail to agree on common financial response
EU leaders kicked the can down the road and demanded the Eurogroup find solutions within the next two weeks.
COVID-19: Lombardy bans outdoor exercise in tougher lockdown rules
Lombardy authorities have issued the clearest measures yet to close loopholes being leveraged to circumvent bans on movement.
Italy suffocated by coronavirus: the story of patients and doctors in the grip of Covid-19
Unreported Europe takes a look at stories from the first weeks in the country now recording the highest amount of deaths related to the new coronavirus.
Coronavirus: How much will the Italian theatre industry lose?
In an industry famous for fame but characterised in reality by scant employment and just scraping by, the public health crisis is killing more than individuals.
How the Genoa bridge collapse exposed Italy’s crumbling motorways
There are about twenty badly-damaged motorway bridges in Italy currently under investigation. There are also 200 illegal tunnels, which don't comply with European standards
Austria suspends train traffic to and from Italy over coronavirus
Austria stopped a train at the border on Sunday evening after being informed by Italian authorities that two passengers had a fever.
How winegrowers are transforming grape waste into cosmetic products
Thanks to BestMedGrape, a European project that brings together winegrowers, researchers and entrepreneurs from several Mediterranean countries, the waste of grapes after the harvest is being used to produce cosmetics and health products.
Thousands stranded on cruise ship amid coronavirus scare
The Costa Smeralda cruise ship docked at Civitavecchia on Thursday, but passengers were prevented from getting off after one person - from Macao - came down with flu-like symptoms.
One of art world's biggest mysteries solved as missing painting found
A gardener found the missing painting in the walls of the art gallery.
Wake up & smell the coffee: Italy wants UNESCO protection for espresso
Italian campaigners are giving it their best shot.
Italy's education minister resigns over lack of funding
The fallout from Italy's newly agreed budget has seen education minister Lorenzo Fioramonti resign.
2019 Year in Review: Elections, elections, elections
From Spain's double take, to Britain's last minute entry - 2019 was a year of elections. We take a look back at the political upheaval of the past 365 days in Europe.
Italy's 'sardines' have bigger fish to fry
They call themselves the sardines and have taken to the streets of Italy in mass protests. We find out who they are and where they are heading.
Serie A sorry for “inappropriate” paintings in anti-racism campaign
Italian clubs AS Roma and AC Milan say they were “very surprised" by the lack of communication and do not believe "this is the right way" to tackle racism. Serie A later apologised for the "inappropriate" paintings.
Italy approves €900 million rescue for bank Popolare di Bari
The Italian government bailed out Popolare di bari for €900 million on Sunday.
King Kong, ET and the Alien on display at Carlo Rambaldi exhibition
Special effects artist Carlo Rambaldi was awarded Oscars for all three creatures, after learning how to make his first mechanised dummies at his father's bicycle repair shop.
Italy's Di Maio says Rome must delay approval of ESM reform
The head of Italy's ruling 5-Star Movement said on Saturday the government should not sign off on a reform of the euro zone's bailout fund until plans for a wider banking union became clearer.
Are edible flowers a solution for the struggling floriculture sector?
The ANTEA project studies 40 edible flowers in an initiative financed by the EU Cohesion Policy
Italy's Salvini triumphs in Umbria as ruling alliance slumps
Far-right League leader Matteo Salvini won a crushing victory in the Italian region of Umbria, results on Monday showed, raising questions about the survival of the ruling coalition.
Watch: Special day pasta-ively promotes Italy’s favourite food
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Rising from the ashes: Restored Herculaneum house opens to public
Pompeii wasn't the only Roman city to be engulfed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Herculaneum was buried even deeper than its neighbour so its secrets are just beginning to be revealed.
Turin firefighters handle blaze at UNESCO site Cavallerizza Reale
A portion of the roof collapsed after catching fire, firefighters said on Twitter.