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The much-criticised emergency powers introduced at the end of March are to come out of legislation this week, according to the Justice minister.
Crowds took to the beaches in Portugal as coronavirus restrictions were eased.
Paestum becomes the first of Italy’s famous archaeological sites to reopen following the pandemic lockdown
France is one of the most heavily impacted countries by the global pandemic, with more than 180,000 confirmed cases and over 28,000 deaths.
Spain is opening up to foreign tourists in July and allowing its football league start back up behind closed doors in June. It's all part of a phasing out of restrictions.
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey looks at the prospects for the airline industry after another bad week of relentlessly depressing news.
UK finance minister Rishi Sunak announced the support on March 20, vowing to reimburse 80% of workers’ wage costs to a cap of £2,500 per month, backdated to March 1, 2020. The scheme sees employees put on temporary leave, called being furloughed.
Despite being illegal, undeclared work is common in Italy, with over three million people trapped in this form of precarious employment.
It comes after Spain's lockdown was extended for a further two weeks until June 7.
Before he became prime minister, Boris Johnson had promised businesses in Northern Ireland they would face "no forms, no checks, no barriers."
Medical detection dogs already have a successful history catching the presence of malaria and certain types of cancers in humans.
Figures from Sweden's Public Health Agency show almost half of all fatalities linked to coronavirus have happened in residential homes.
Scientists say the reduction is likely to be only a “drop in the ocean” when it comes to turning around decades of climate change, but environmentalists are hopeful it will encourage a broader shift towards green energies.
I think many have been surprised by how compliant and trusting most of us have been around COVID-19 and the lockdowns, writes Euronews' political editor, Darren McCaffrey.
Igor Girkin says as a military commander in eastern Ukraine at the time he has "indirect" responsibility for bringing down the MH17 plane.
Iceland has so far managed to contain COVID-19 and boasts that its vast open landscapes are ideal for social distancing.
Nadene had her baby through surrogacy in Ukraine and got stuck there after the borders closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. She tells Euronews about her new family’s epic first weeks.
Today, Belgium joins Denmark and many others in reopening primary and secondary schools. But, in other countries, rows are raging over getting pupils back into the classroom.