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Norway and Denmark have yet to signal when they will let Swedish travellers in, despite opening their borders to other countries in the region.
The question is, after more than 100 years, during which cars have transformed our lives, have we passed peak car?
As Germany prepares to take over the rotating EU presidency in a month’s time, how the bloc emerges from this latest crisis will be Merkel’s last big test, writes Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey.
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey on Dominic Cummings and European politicians who have been accused of breaking lockdown rules.
But the task facing governments, however, is still a mammoth one. How to remove subsidies for carbon-based fuel without harming the recovery?
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Opposition lawmakers argued it's too early and risky to go back to the Houses of Parliament but the government stressed that "politics is better done face-to-face".
A hospital in Antwerp is using a polyglot robot to screen patients for coronavirus symptoms and make sure they’re wearing masks.
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Futuris looks at a new Norwegian medical device that can safely transport patients with highly infectious diseases such as Ebola and COVID-19.
Environmentalists are sounding the alarm over a new type of marine pollution, courtesy of the coronavirus pandemic.
Greek hotels are reopening and international flights will resume on June 15, with passengers from 'high-risk areas' subject to coronavirus testing and quarantine rules.
Nikol Pashinyan announced it only a few days after he called for tighter restrictions amid a critical situation in the country's hospitals due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Before the outbreak, just one in 10 people worked from home every day. But new research has found that almost 40% of EU citizens started working from home during confinement.
Belgium's Prince Joachim has apologised for attending a party in Spain which broke lockdown rules. A police investigation has been launched.
"My children won't be going back," one parent told Euronews as a new survey found that 46% of families will make the same decision.
Inspired by Captain Tom Moore, the centenarian veteran who raised tens of millions, the young man decided to set off on his own charity walk.
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo described this moment as a "renaissance". Restoration works will continue at least until 2024.
Worshippers are finally allowed back to holy spots from Rome to Mecca; India sees its deadliest week; South Korea suffers a new surge in infections. Follow us for all the latest on the coronavirus pandemic.
Too many people are throwing coronavirus masks and gloves into recycling bins in Portugal when they shouldn't, the country's biggest recycling centre warns.
Several top scientific advisers to the UK government are warning the planned easing of restrictions in England from Monday risks a further spike in coronavirus infections.
Despite no evidence of Barbary macaques catching coronavirus in Gibraltar, the government wants to minimise the risk of endangering a species that is "prone to succumb to human disease".