Premier League football was initially stopped until at least 30 April. But now authorities says it will not even resume at the beginning of May.
'Lean on Me' and 'Ain't No Sunshine' singer Bill Withers dies aged 81
In the deep waters of Dibba Bay, in the northern emirate of Fujairah, clusters of mollusks hang like lanterns across 100-metre lines.
The actual resilience of Schengen will only become apparent later, once border checks need to be lifted again. Past experience has shown, time and again, that lifting controls can be hard, certainly harder than re-introducing them.
Meet the 'balcony police', enforcing the COVID-19 lockdown one obscenity at a time.
The US changed its guidelines on wearing masks amid concern over coronavirus transmission by people without symptoms.
Missing your cultural fix? Fear not, Europe's museums are opening their virtual doors to help enrich life on lockdown.
The beds have been set up, but some worry there won't be enough staff or protective equipment to man the new London hospital.
One expert is urging people to get into gardening as a way of relaxing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Europe is seeing record numbers of jobless as business shut and travel all but stops over the global pandemic.
Three major international broadcasters have committed €46 million worth of advertising space to help health authorities deliver public health messages to battle the coronavirus outbreak.
Global deaths from COVID-19 pass 50,000 after Italy announces 760 fatalities in 24 hours
Money laundering will not be at the top of many people’s lists of things to worry about as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. For those of us whose job it is to worry about money laundering generally, however, that job has just got harder.
Naples residents are lowering baskets packed with essentials from their balconies - allowing those in need to collect food while maintaining social distancing
Every week on Euronews, we're bringing together a panel of leading experts in a variety of fields to answer your coronavirus questions.
Alison Jackson burst onto the British art scene in a flurry of controversy when she published a photo depicting the late Princess Diana - and she still has celebrity culture in her sights
Record 6.6 million seek unemployment benefit in US as layoffs accelerate