A public library in Lithuania is 3-D printing an attachment for doors to be opened without touching the handles
Ireland toughens up its measures to help stop the spread of the new coronavirus, whilst Russia sends out mixed messages.
Spain has reported a grim record number of fatalities in the COVID-19 pandemic, with 832 new deaths in 24 hours.
The Chinese city where the global coronavirus pandemic began partly reopened on Saturday, after more than two months of almost total isolation.
The truth is, all of us — whatever our ages — should take precautions. By implying that this is primarily an older person's problem, we ignore the real risks to younger people, and we reinforce the ageism that already persists in our society.
Migrants arriving in Greece say they are being given no protection from coronavirus as UNHCR describes conditions in some camps as inhumane
The IMF has declared a global recession and urged countries in need of financial help to request it sooner rather than later
Nine years of conflict have decimated the country's healthcare system and forced hundreds of thousands in overcrowded camps making them particularly vulnerable to the novel coronavirus.
Another 138 people onboard have reported to the medical centre with "influenza-like illness symptoms," Holland America Line said on Friday.
The EU's law enforcement agency finds that while physical crime has dropped, cyber-criminals are using the COVID-19 pandemic to their advantage.
It comes amid warnings hospitals in Paris are just two days from reaching a breaking point.
As the number of medical staff falling ill rises, we ask why many people are still refusing to self isolate to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Video from the Severo Ochoa Hospital in Madrid shows the dire situation facing COVID-19 patients and the health workers trying to treat them.
COVID-19 is affecting the way millions of people lead their lives. Our pictures of the week chart how the world is coping.
The legislation, which was passed unanimously by the Senate on Wednesday, provides relief for workers and businesses that have been devastated by the outbreak.
"Italy is at war with a virus", Italy's foreign affairs minister Luigi Di Maio tells Euronews
Unreported Europe hears that unemployment, corruption and frustration are fueling the rise of the right in the French city of Hénin-Beaumont.