The coronavirus pandemic has led to an army of volunteer across Europe helping the vulnerable cope with the crisis
Some towns in Italy are running out of space to store coffins as the sheer volume of COVID-19 deaths overwhelms morgues and funeral services.
Polish culture "has suffered a great and irreparable loss", the country's culture minister said on Sunday.
Tributes have been paid on social media to the former French government minister, Patrick Devedjian, who has died of Covid-19 at the age of 75.
Whilst Albania and Germany offer aid to their struggling neighbours, solidarity grows within borders as well.
Oslo University Hospital is one of 22 venues in the country carrying out the major international study by the World Health Organization.
A public library in Lithuania is 3-D printing an attachment for doors to be opened without touching the handles
Ireland toughens up its measures to help stop the spread of the new coronavirus, whilst Russia sends out mixed messages.
Spain has reported a grim record number of fatalities in the COVID-19 pandemic, with 832 new deaths in 24 hours.
The Chinese city where the global coronavirus pandemic began partly reopened on Saturday, after more than two months of almost total isolation.
Migrants arriving in Greece say they are being given no protection from coronavirus as UNHCR describes conditions in some camps as inhumane
The IMF has declared a global recession and urged countries in need of financial help to request it sooner rather than later
The EU's law enforcement agency finds that while physical crime has dropped, cyber-criminals are using the COVID-19 pandemic to their advantage.
It comes amid warnings hospitals in Paris are just two days from reaching a breaking point.
Italy's Health Minister talks to euronews' Global Conversations about the 'war' against coronavirus and how Europe can pull together to achieve victory
Unreported Europe hears that unemployment, corruption and frustration are fueling the rise of the right in the French city of Hénin-Beaumont.
For decades, 73-year-old Deepak Chopra has extolled the health benefits of spiritual practices.
In some countries of the Middle East and North Africa, a type of stress relief called destruction, or rage therapy, is rising in popularity.
They know the floods will come again. But with state aid withdrawn and insurance too expensive, will there be more climate migrants in Bavaria?
Euronews spoke to two UK travellers in the Philippines.
The British prime minister speaks to the nation amid reports the UK is to tighten rules on social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whilst the German government has pledged 40 billion euros to help coal regions as mines close, those living and working in nuclear power are not seeing the same support. .
It is known that Poland will not abandon coal completely. It is also known that renewable energy is not able to meet the needs of the Polish economy. So the Polish energy strategy is to provide for the construction of a civil energy nuclear sector.
Over the past 24 hours, another 651 people have died from the COVID-19 coronavirus in Italy, yet the authorities say there is a glimmer of hope.
The Spanish lockdown is extended for another 15 days, Spain's PM Pedro Sanchez announced on Sunday.
As the new coronavirus continues to spread and countries go into lockdown people are getting creative with methods to stay apart.
The coronavirus oubreak has led to a race across Europe to find fast-track solutions.
The mayor of Bergamo in northern Italy claims the true number of victims of COVID-19 is likely to be much higher than the official figure.
The World Economic Forum has been collating expert opinion on the impact of the coronavirus crisis.
North Korea fires two suspected missiles prompting South Korea to call on its neighbour to halt military actions immediately
A small business is doing its best to feed exhausted hospital workers amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Unreported Europe takes a look at stories from the first week in the country now recording the highest amount of deaths related to the new coronavirus.
Many student and professionals in Northern Italy headed south as the regions began to lock down. They may have gone to be with their families, but at what cost to other regions?
Born in England in 1944, Sir Ranulph Fiennes has been named the “world’s greatest living explorer,” by the Guinness Book of Records.
Despite years of war, censorship and dictatorships in Iraq, authors and intellectuals have determinedly gathered to exchange ideas and share their experiences.
While orbiting Mars, the Emirati ‘Hope’ probe will collect data that may help us understand planet Earth’s changing climate.
Scientists at a Research Institute in Belgium have announced what may turn out to be a significant milestone in the fight against COVID-19.
Worldwide levels of pollution are dropping in the wake of the economic lockdown aimed at combating the spread of COVID-19
The effect of the Coronavirus on the economy is being felt across the globe. Aid packages are being introduced by countries in the hope these might help people who are unable to work and potentially in financial difficulties. The UK has pledged 3...
Dan Banacu is General Manager at HS Timber Productions SRL, the Romanian branch of Austrian company HS Timber Group - formerly Holzindustrie Schweighofer- which is a major exporter of wood processed in Romania.
The Jury of the Geneva International Film Festival on Human Rights also watched the films from a distance and revealed the winners online.
CIPRIAN GĂLUȘCĂ is the coordinator of the forest and biodiversity campaign with Greenpeace Romania
Andrei Ciurcanu is an investigative journalist, part of the RISE Project in Romania. He has investigated extensively on the issue of illegal logging in the country.
Nurses say they are 'going into a war without weapons'
Most European nations have closed schools and restricted transport, others have stopped short. Here's how the European response stacks up.
Macron urges the French to stay home and announces tougher new 15-day restrictions to stop the spread of coronavirus
People who commute across the border to work will still be able to cross, as will goods. However, people "without a valid reason to travel will no longer be allowed to enter and leave” Germany, said Interior Minister Horst Seehofer.