Theatre professionals protested against the closure of art venues after non-essential shops in France reopened.
Police checked drivers in Paris for certificates exempting them from the curfew that started at 8pm Tuesday.
Thousands protested in Paris after the government backtracked on reopening theatres and cultural venues.
Germany is closing most stores and schools, and further limiting social contacts after Angela Merkel and 16 state governors agreed to tighten measures to curb rising infections.
A Marseille-based artist is confining himself for ten days in a four square metre cube visible to passers-by in a new installation entitled "Non essential".
President Emmanuel Macron said last month that restrictions would be lifted on December 15 if new daily cases were no higher than 5,000 but the country's top health official said Monday that "it will be very difficult to achieve this goal."
Lifelong Mancunian and Euronews Travel journalist Sarah Palmer takes us through the very best of the UK’s second city.
As England's second lockdown comes to an end, cultural venues such as the National Gallery have reopened their doors to the public.
Alarmed at the impact on an already severely weakened economy, dozens of Tory MPs voted against the new tiered system which was nonetheless passed in parliament.
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For one Paris restaurant, not even a national coronavirus lockdown could stop locals enjoying a Beaujolais Nouveau.
They sit outside their school in Turin and follow courses remotely.
What was once a pretty obscure word has become a daily tool as countries around the world put measures in place to tackle Coronavirus.