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Europe's travel and tourism sectors are among the biggest economic casualties of the COVID-19 pandemic. We'll be discussing the challenges ahead in a special Euronews-hosted virtual debate on Thursday 4 June at 15:00 CET.
Across Europe, there are over 20 million students in tertiary education. Every single student has suffered due to the lack of digital infrastructure in place to allow remote learning, negatively impacting their learning opportunities which could impact future generations.
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.
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European Commission president tells Euronews that the massive stimulus package is 'Europe's moment'.
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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Rallying round the flag. How wartime metaphors keep leaders in place during a national crisis. Data from @EuropeElects
Europe's people are already discovering new ways to be in contact in a contactless world and reinventing the idea of solidarity - even when they cannot physically stand together.
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Today, Belgium joins Denmark and many others in reopening primary and secondary schools. But, in other countries, rows are raging over getting pupils back into the classroom.
The survey came the same week as the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia which was recognised in pride colours by the European Commission's building in Brussels.
Nearly four-in-10 people in the EU began working from home as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Will they stay away from the office, permanently?
The city is making changes to encourage people to embrace alternative forms of transport.
The British government announced a rescue deal for the London Underground on Thursday, as unemployment kept rising in the US and the WHO warned that the coronavirus may never be fully eradicated.
Madrid's Esade Business School has come up with a simple plan to rescue Europe's summer holiday season. But, will it work?
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Thousands of Swedes have been pioneering the use of futuristic microchips that are implanted under the skin of the hand. Now the technology could be introduced to other parts of Europe, like Italy.
The reproduction number (or R-value) describes how many people a person with coronavirus will infect on average.
As veganism tops hospitality trends for 2020, the first plant-based hotel is about to open in Mykonos.
The British prime minister's 'stay alert' message has been cricitised by politicians and members of the public and caused tension with UK nations.
This week the EU was busy raising pledges for vaccine research and being blunt about the bloc's economic outlook.
Italy became the second country in Europe to officially record more than 30,000 COVID-19 deaths on Friday. The UK continues to have the highest death toll across the Old Continent.
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