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The latest data on the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus
Our data visualisations reveal how COVID-19 has evolved in Italy, Spain, France, Germany, the UK, Iran, China and the US.
Conspiracy theorists believe 5G is to blame for the rapid spread of COVID-19. Are they right?
All eyes are on Germany's R value. But what is it and why is it key in terms of when to lift lockdown?
A lack of access to COVID vaccines in poorer countries has prompted WHO to warn against 'vaccine nationalism'.
As authorities in southern Germany and in Austria make FFP2 masks mandatory on public transport and in shops, we ask an expert what difference these masks make.
The UK recorded 1,610 deaths from COVID-19 on Tuesday.
France's life expectancy at birth dropped by six months for men and five months for women in 2020 compared to the previous year.
We summarise the latest COVID-19 travel guidance across European countries.
According to the ONS, 12.7 per cent of the population in England would have tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies by the end of 2020.
Edi Rama, PM of EU hopeful Albania, has already hit out at Brussels over its "morally and politically unacceptable" vaccine rollout.
Norway has stressed that there was no established link between the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine and the deaths of elderly people who had been vaccinated.
Stricter lockdown rules have been introduced in Portugal amid surging coronavirus cases, with the pandemic setting grim records there and across Europe.
A man has been arrested after hiding in Chicago's airport for three months due to his fear of flying during the coronavirus pandemic.
The WHO director-general said rich countries buying up all the doses of COVID vaccines was a "catastrophic moral failure".
2020 ends what was the warmest decade on record. But haven't the lockdowns linked to the pandemic lowered pollution? Euronews' Jeremy Wilks takes a look at the events of the past year and their positive and negative effects on climate change.
Guiseppe Conte is fighting for political survival after former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi pulled his party's support from the government last Wednesday.
Conservationist Jane Goodall, Environmentalist and UN Youth Advisor Nathan Méténier, Copernicus climate scientist Carlo Buontempo, and WMO emissions expert Oksana Tarasova , are hosted by Climate Now presenter Jeremy Wilks in this live Euronews YouTube debate on climate change vs. COVID-19.
Clue: It's got nothing to do with meatballs or flatpack furniture.
Starting next week, Austria will introduce a similar rule nationwide.
Posts on social media show tennis players hitting balls across the walls of their hotel rooms in a bid to stay in shape ahead of the tournament.
With vaccinations underway in the majority of Europe, who is making the fastest progress?