Protesters accuse the Israeli prime minister of failing to address economic woes brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
Industry analysts say only about a third of the usual number of tourists will visit Portugal's Algarve region this summer.
The average unemployment rate across the OECD is forecast to reach 9.4 per cent at the end of 2020, and remain stubbornly high at 7.7 per cent in 2021.
There are fewer jobs available in Britain than when records began.
More than one in six young people have been forced to stop working since the pandemic began, the UN's International Labour Organisation has highlighted, warning it "make it much more difficult to rebuild a better, post-COVID economy".
Paris and Berlin teamed up to present their post-pandemic financial recovery plans for Europe, but not everyone was cheering Macron and Merkel.
Tens of thousands of people in the Spanish capital are now turning to food banks and neighbourhood associations to cushion the economic blow of lockdown.
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?
Michael O'Leary, Chief Executive Officer of Ryanair, said he regretted the cuts and singled out "manifestly unfair" rules put in place by the French government on airport taxes.
The world economy is unlikely to return to pre-pandemic levels before 2022 at the earliest, the Dutch banking group ING has warned.
The ILO estimates that 1.6 billion people are in “severe danger” of losing between 60 and 80 per cent of their income
Thousands have lost all income and aid organisations are overwhelmed as lines at food banks have tripled.
With unemployment surging across Europe and worldwide, will the EU's SURE scheme (Support to mitigate Unemployment Risks in an Emergency) help avoid another pandemic - joblessness - once the COVID-19 emergency has receded?
There are nearly two million migrant workers in Poland. Most have lost jobs during the pandemic and some are frantically trying to find a way home.
Europe is seeing record numbers of jobless as business shut and travel all but stops over the global pandemic.
Brussels has launched a €100 billion fund to help those feeling the economic fallout from coronavirus lockdowns.
Trade unions are calling on the EU to save jobs with income replacement systems. For this to work, a 200-400 billion euro fund is needed
The EU is looking at different ways of how to help businesses and workers weather the economic storm created by coronavirus uncertainty.
We asked the people of Brussels what they think should be the policy priority of the new commission for the first 100 days: unemployment, migration, climate change, or gender equality - find out which issue came out top.
In Strasbourg, MEPs voiced their opinions on what they believed to be the most important priority of the incoming Commission.
"People elected a new government, a new leadership, and yet it seems that the system of Iraq's government, the new system post-2003, post-Saddam Hussein, is failing," expert Bilal Wahab told Euronews.
Official figures from Eurostat found that the unemployment rate for the EU stood at 6.2% in August — the lowest level since January 2000.
In a world of job-killing automation, you'd expect to see an epidemic of unemployed workers. Right now the unemployment rate is at a 50-year low.
The unemployment rate in Greece has dropped to the lowest level since May 2011. This is a sign that the country's troubled economy is recovering and showing modest growth.
Unemployment across the eurozone has hit a fresh 11 year low in May 2019.
The economy may look better on paper, but there are still clear economic disparities between regions of Europe. A Nobel-prize winning economist explained how the situation can improve.