One Portuguese hospital has seen the same amount of patients in January as it did during the whole of last year as the third wave of the pandemic sweeps across the country.
There's a light at the end of the tunnel in Spain for care home residents and workers who have received their COVID vaccines. But they also recall the horror of the first wave.
Since March, an 11-year-old boy in England has been sleeping out in his garden for a charitable cause, raising over €100,000 for a local hospice.
Rammed earth construction techniques date back to the Neolithic era, but the method is growing in popularity again.
More than 100 organisations, unions and think tanks have published an open letter urging politicians across the UK to act to protect carers from what it describes as a ‘growing poverty crisis’.
Russia registered a record increase in COVID-19 cases on Sunday. But some say official data is still underestimating the scale of the outbreak.
COVID-19 cases in the US pass the one million mark and more Americans have lost their lives to the disease than died during the Vietnam War.
MPs return to work but most are attending the Commons' sessions remotely. The speaker assures those not in the Chamber won't be at a disadvantage as debates will centre on the shortage of personal protective equipment for healthcare workers.
Healthcare workers in Spain as in other European countries have been receiving threatening notes form their neighbours. They accuse caregivers of spreading the virus and are afraid their presence may mean they could catch COVID-19.