Clooney, who is the country's special envoy on media freedom, said she was "dismayed" to learn that the government intends to pass legislation that would effectively override sections of the Brexit withdrawal agreement.
The 200 works included books by Goya, Galileo and Isaac Newton.
"COVID-19 has exacerbated the workload, some doctors can have up to three or four patients called in at the same time slot either by phone calls, face-to-face visits, emergencies or home care. It's crazy."
Authorities in France, Spain and the UK are looking to local measure to help fight a second surge in COVID-19 cases.
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Back in April, the International Monetary Fund approved a $745 million emergency loan to help Tunisia navigate the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The IMF also forecast the economy would contract by 4.3% this year.
European diplomats say Cypriot officials are threatening to veto sanctions against Minsk if the EU does not consider action over a separate dispute in the Mediterranean Sea.
The removal of British orders of chivalry occurs when a recipient is considered to have brought the honours system into disrepute.
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Three-week lockdown begins on Friday afternoon, hours before the Jewish New Year begins
A senior US State Department official said Hezbollah stored chemicals that can be used to make explosives in several European countries.
US Democratic candidate Joe Biden called President Donald Trump's downplaying of COVID-19 "close to criminal".
For many students, a return to school ended months of disruption to their learning. But the requirement to wear face masks in the classroom means that, for deaf children, the problems continue.
Lithuania's FM, Linas Linkevičius, urged caution when it came to statements made by Belarusian President Lukashenko, telling Euronews there had been "no changes whatsoever" on the border between the two countries.