Policy on mask-wearing across the continent has been as varied as different governments' approaches to social distancing, lockdown and other preventive measures.
There may be masks and cutbacks to the celebrations but Bastille Day festivities are still going ahead in France.
The Supreme Court voted 5-4 that "executions may proceed as planned".
Opinion polls suggest the country's two main parties, which both support EU membership, are running neck-and-neck ahead of Wednesday's election
The agreements set out €7.5 billion for nurses, orderlies and other non-medical health workers, such as technical and administrative staff, which will mainly be used to finance a base salary increase of €183 net per month.
Milestones of history revealed through photographs of Bastille Day, from 1919 to the present.
Depicting a sad looking girl, the artwork was a tribute to the victims of the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris.
Japan has accused China of "disinformation" about the coronavirus and expressed "deep concern" about its claims in the South China Sea and the disputed Senkaku islands.
JP McMahon, owner of Cava Bodega in Galway, said his staff had been left "very uncomfortable" after a group from Texas dined at the restaurant on Saturday.
The Brazilian President has been in quarantine for a week after testing positive for coronavirus.
The total number of coronavirus cases across the world rose by over 230,000 on Sunday, according to the World Health Organization — a new daily record.
Officials said another 63 people were wounded in the attack and ensuing clashes.
Hundreds of German police are involved in the search for a 31-year-old man, who is believed to have fled into a forest, armed with weapons.
The Narodni dom was a state-of-the-art cultural building. Italian fascists burnt it down in 1920 amid tensions between Italy and Yugoslavia.
In this episode of Spotlight, Euronews’ Charlotte Kan finds out why next summer’s Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo is being called Japan’s ‘Reconstruction Games’.
Locals called for Vladimir Putin to step down as they demonstrated against the arrest of the Khabarovsk region's governor Sergei Furgal
After more than six months coronavirus was first identified, scientists are yet to announce a vaccine that will prevent the spread of the deadly disease. But with almost a dozen candidates in the clinical trial phase, hopes are growing for that a vaccine will be available soon.