The economic shock from the lockdown of almost the entire continent will lead to a recession far deeper than the one we saw 10 years ago. Could we also see more political turmoil?
Unreported Europe examines how the lockdown has led to a surge in domestic violence.
There's still so much we don't know about the COVID-19 and how it affects those who get infected. It seems our blood holds precious clues.
Two drinks for the price of one is so pre-pandemic. Now it's time for one for the cost of two, according to the Belgian Federation of Cafés
With football currently shut down and no money coming in from gate receipts, there are fears that scores of clubs could go out of business due to expensive wage bills and outstanding transfer payments.
Carbon emissions dropped worldwide in the first four months of the year amid the coronavirus pandemic, but more has to be done to address environmental issues, the UN says after launching the "Race to Zero" campaign.
Want to make plans for the summer? Different countries across Europe are lifting their restrictions at different times. Here's what we currently know, country-by-country.
Coronavirus has caused havoc for businesses across Europe - here's how one recently launched gourmet restaurant in Spain is trying to cope
The culling, planned to start on Friday, was ordered by Dutch authorities because the COVID-19 infected minks are suspected to have transmitted the disease to two employees of breeding farms.
"We can reasonably declare that the epidemic is under control," Scientific Council president Jean-François Delfraissy told French radio on Friday.
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The Lancet medical journal said on Thursday that the study's authors "can no longer vouch for the veracity of the primary data sources"
UK authorities reported 359 COVID-19 deaths, while the EU27 member states together recorded 311 fatalities.
"We just need to stop superspreading," a professor of epidemiology told Euronews. His research showed 20 per cent of cases caused 80 per cent of transmissions.
A global summit aims to raise $7.4 billion for vaccine programmes for the years to come - with a focus on organising a future coronavirus vaccine
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said her left-right coalition has come up with a "bold response" that will boost consumer spending, invest in innovation and ease the financial strain on citizens.
“There is quite obviously a potential for improvement," said the architect of Sweden's coronavirus strategy on Tuesday.
There’s a lot of talk about when a coronavirus vaccine might be ready. But would people take it?
Yolanda Nauwelaers and Timothy Dekeyser are thought to be one of the first couples in Europe to wed in the presence of invitees since lockdown was imposed in March.
In this episode, Real Economy looks at what impact the coronavirus crisis is having on Europe's most vulnerable, and what the European Union is doing to help them.
“I think there is potential for improvement in what we have done in Sweden, quite clearly,” Anders Tegnell of the Public Health Agency told Swedish media on Wednesday.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, it is becoming clearer that the centralisation of resources is a bad solution in fighting the spread of the virus. In Europe, that means moving power away from capital cities to the regions.
Several countries have increased the limit for contactless payments, to reduce the handling of cash and the risk of infection.
Surveys are beginning to shed light on the impact that the lockdowns to contain the spread of COVID-19 is having on mental health and well-being. Early findings from these surveys suggest that loneliness is a particular problem for teenagers.
in 1918, the Spanish flu claimed 50 to 100 million lives worldwide.