The rapid increase in new COVID-19 cases in Greece are putting medical professionals under intense pressure. In recent days, admissions have hit record numbers. Euronews's Fay Doulgkeri joins me now from Athens...
In the spirit of inclusion and appealing to as broad an audience as possible, once rarely seen and sacred artifacts, are now accessible to many in museums and galleries around the world.
More than one thousand Ukrainians demonstrated in front of the constitutional court in Kyiv against a decision to invalidate anti-corruption measures.
At least 14 people have been killed and over 400 injured.
Entry into the country from Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine is now restricted for most people.
Although the blaze brought down a government and put Romania’s corruption problem in the spotlight, its victims saw little resolution
Birmingham Royal Ballet creates huge tutus to ensure dancers stay socially distanced
It finished just before France went into another national lockdown.
Donald Trump became only the third US President in the nation's history to face impeachment. How did he get there and what was the outcome? A Euronews guide.
People voted 65% in favour of supporting an End of Life Choice Act that gives people with a terminal illness the option of requesting assisted dying.
The two candidates in the US presidential race are campaigning in a few key battleground states in the hopes of winning the election.
Around 200 passengers set off in the vessel from Senegal, heading for Spain's Canary Islands, but the boat soon caught fire and sank.
Jeanise Jones, a grandmother of six, was duped into believing she was babysitting Borat's teenage daughter, Tutar, but ended up giving her some sage advice.
Sniffer dogs are usually used to detect drugs or explosives. But at Helsinki airport in Finland, they're being utilised to test for coronavirus.
Serbian police have arrested two people for migrant smuggling in connection with the recent discovery of seven bodies in a shipping container in Paraguay.
Hans Kluge told an emergency meeting that the health workforce was as big a problem now as a lack of ventilators and personal protective equipment was in March.
Jan Blatný replaces Roman Prymula, who was photographed leaving a restaurant that should have been closed under his own COVID-19 restrictions.