Smart Regions takes a look at a European project that's providing vital medical and social support to the sick and isolated in Italy’s Aosta and France’s Tarentaise mountain regions.
Austria has also imposed a travel warning for six western Balkans countries, Bosnia, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro and Serbia, in view of high COVID-19 figures.
The UK government says the "biggest ever one-off investment" in culture will help theatres, museums and galleries, music venues and cinemas to remain open.
UNAIDS has warned that coronavirus-related disruptions in HIV treatment could result in half a million excess deaths in sub-Saharan Africa.
Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday a "new path" was necessary as his LREM party was dealt a blow during local elections last month.
About 397,000 people in the European Union lost their jobs in April, according to data from the EU's stats agency,
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Melbourne, Victoria's capital, announced a surge of 127 new cases on Monday.
It comes as the country reports yet another daily record of COVID-19 infections.
Most of them have been at sea for more than a week.
The largest increase came from the Americas where the United States and Brazil represent millions of cases.
There have been no positive cases from more than 4,000 coronavirus tests carried out on Formula One personnel over the past seven days, F1 said on Saturday.
Thousands packed the streets of Soho.
A Mariña and El Segriá, both in the north of Spain, were locked down over the weekend.
The Nobel Prize museum in Stockholm has reopened for the first time since March with a new exhibition called "Contagious" that focuses on pandemics.
Polls had predicted a tight race but the Croatian Democratic Union, HDZ, emerged as the clear winner with over 90% of the votes counted.
London's 'hot summer' continues as police confront revellers for the second consecutive weekend.
Edouard Philippe said he "took note" and will provide authorities will all the information necessary. France's health minister and former health minister are being investigated too.
The EU is encouraging nations around the world to band together when it comes to buying a vaccine in order to stop prices inflating due to huge competition.
They were reopened for the first time in more than three months.
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Migrant communities from the Middle East and North Africa have been helping fight the COVID-19 pandemic in European nations to offset staffing shortfalls.
France's flagship airline has announced it will be cutting 7,500 jobs due to the coronavirus crisis.
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More than 53,000 cases were recorded on Thursday and they are still on the rise in 40 of the country’s 50 states, on the eve of the 4th July weekend.
Governor Greg Abbott had previously said the government could not order individuals to wear masks, but changed course because of rising coronavirus hospitalisations.