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Paris moves hundreds of homeless people from central square
They will be temporarily housed in gymnasiums. The Paris town hall is calling on the government to provide a "lasting solution".
Spain begins vaccinating 30,000 homeless people
The homeless have been one of the groups most exposed to the virus in Spain, with limited access to face masks and hygiene. Vaccinating them has posed many challenges for health authorities. The Janssen vaccine which requires only one shot has made things easier.
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EU leaders to push for social safeguards in two-day summit in Porto
The push for social safeguards led by centre-left EU governments has caused some tension within the bloc.
Meet the Estonian man forced to live in an airport for 110 days
Roman Trofimov ended up calling the Manila departure lounge home when he got stranded in the Philippines.
Warnings issued for homeless after Arctic blast hits northern Europe
An aid group has said at least four people had been found frozen to death in Germany alone.
Spain's homeless help repopulate rural ghost towns
The homeless, including those left on the streets as a result of the COVID-19 slowdown, are helping to repopulate Spain's rural communities.
COVID helped cut homelessness in Europe. But what about post-pandemic?
“Many people have not been evicted because of eviction moratoria, but, at some point, that will be lifted and it will create a spike in homelessness.”
Former papal palace offers shelter and hope to Rome's homeless
Life has not always been kind to these people, but now they can enjoy the comfort and the beauty of this 17th century noble palace.
Video diary: how COVID-19 helped a community to feed the homeless
For homeless people, the COVID-19 pandemic represents an unprecedented threat. Maxime is one of the volunteers who shows that community has never been so important.
Meet the EU nationals left homeless and hungry by London's lockdown
"They are living hand to mouth because they were fired straight away and were not put on unpaid leave or furloughed and that's a scandal."
COVID-19 makes life tougher for homeless in Lima
The lockdown in Peru has meant the number of charities providing the homeless with food has decreased.
Coronavirus: London books hotel rooms for the homeless to self-isolate
In 2018-2019, London counted around 9,000 homeless people. The Mayor of London has booked 300 hotel rooms to allow some of them to self-isolate during the coronavirus pandemic.
France's homeless 'fined for being outside' during COVID-19 lockdown
France's coronavirus lockdown has left the homeless in a catch-22 situation: nowhere to go, but they cannot stay in public places.
Q: How do you solve a problem like homelessness? A: Speak to Finland
As governments around Europe grapple with how to tackle rising homelessness, one country stands head and shoulders above the rest.
This cafe lets homeless use its address to vote in snap UK election
A cafe/bar in southwest England is helping the homeless to vote in the upcoming election by allowing them to use their address to register.
Homeless soprano captures hearts with operatic subway serenade
A Los Angeles police officer was captivated by the soprano singing voice of a 52-year-old homeless woman who singing in a Los Angeles subway station.
Shipping containers are the tip of the iceberg. Homelessness in the UK is at epidemic levels ǀ View
Homelessness makes us uncomfortable - it challenges our assumptions about global inequality, as well as the viability of our own welfare states and governance, when we see large numbers of our fellow citizens living in conditions akin to refugee camps abroad.
Watch: Bologna’s homeless show tourists a different side to the city
The northern Italian city of Bologna is accustomed to firsts - it was the first western city to set up a university course, the first to abolish slavery and now, it has also become one of the first places in the world offering tours guided by homeless people.
Pope Francis aide 'climbs down manhole to restore power for homeless'
Pope Francis' aide restored electricity for hundreds of people by crawling down a manhole in Rome.
France must do more for its homeless, says UN housing expert
Laws meant to protect the most vulnerable people in France have failed, says the UN's special rapporteur on housing.
Souped-up: Hot meals and food packages help Hungary's poor
The country's largest soup kitchen is organised by the Food for Life Foundation and has been delivering thousands of hot meals to those in need every year.
Watch: Mexico takes gold at Homeless World Cup
The 16th edition of the event ended on Sunday with joy for hosts Mexico, after their men’s and women’s sides were named winners.
Michelin Star Chefs cook for homeless in Belgium
The meals are being served at the Place de la Monnaie in Brussels to those in need of a hot meal as part of a Red Cross winter initiative.
Homeless people face prison in Hungary after tough new law is passed
At least three homeless people were arrested last week in Hungary after a law criminalising rough sleeping came into effect.
Man removed 'anti-homeless' devices from benches and ended in court
Hippolyte says the authorities, not him, should have been in the dock.
Hungary Homeless ban ‘will save lives’
A ban to stop homeless people living on the streets or in wooded areas in Hungary will save lives, a state secretary has said. The new law went into effect on Monday.