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Asti is a small town in northern Italy and people cannot always find the books they want in proper book shops. So, Alessandro decided to bring literature to the local marketplace in his red three-wheeler.
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The Italian government passed a number of support measures to counter the devastating effects of the COVID pandemic on the economy.
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The newly inaugurated American president has had a hard time getting support for his $1.9 trillion (€1.6 trillion) COVID-19 relief plan from Republicans.
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Explainer: Europe's tourism rescue plan
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The EU announced a scheme earlier this year aimed at assisting furloughed workers during the pandemic and now money is beginning to be allocated to member states in need.
Watch: European leaders discuss post-COVID-19 economy
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Beirut blast: How Lebanon is facing crisis after crisis
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Coronavirus devastates Spain's tourism sector
Spain is suffering its worst tourist season ever as fears and restrictions over coronavirus prevent people from taking the risk of traveling abroad
COVID-19: Is European football in crisis?
Even mighty FC Barcelona has had to implement a 70 percent wage cut during the suspension of La Liga as clubs across Europe battle with an economic downturn in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
'Historic day': EU leaders react to COVID-19 recovery package deal
Historic, groundbreaking and imperfect. They are just some of the words being used to describe the EU's newly agreed coronavirus recovery package.
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European Union revamps Europass to get people working
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How the Italian mafia is cashing in on COVID-19
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Spain launches minimum income scheme for its most vulnerable families
A quarter of a million Spanish households received their first support payment of up to €700 on Friday
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"A country does not prosper if it leaves out part of its population," said Spain PM Pedro Sanchez as his government backed the introduction of a minimum income for the country's most vulnerable.