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We explain the EU's coronavirus rescue deal and how it aims to provide safety nets for workers, businesses and EU countries hit by the pandemic.
Is this the Great Online Bake-off? Tens of thousands dust off their aprons and tune into the bread boffins from London. Classes so far have included step-by-step guides for doughnuts, pretzels and sourdough bread.
With an uncle who served as a President of the United States, and a father who ran for office, human rights activist Kerry Kennedy has a unique perspective on the state of politics and a free press in her homeland today.
European countries and developers are turning to mobile apps to track the spread of COVID-19, but they have to be careful to comply with strict EU data protection laws.
The EU faces unprecedented challenges created by the coronavirus including emergency measures giving states sweeping powers. The Global Conversation discussed Europe's response to these issues with Věra Jourová, Vice President of the European Comm...
"The bleak outlook applies to advanced and developing economies alike. This crisis knows no boundaries. Everybody hurts," says International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva.
The medical world is slowly getting to grips with the novel coronavirus, but is learning new, seemingly contradictory things about it all the time. How do experts deal with chasing the true face of the disease?
A study says the pandemic could push 8% of the world's population into poverty, prompting calls for a huge rescue package for vulnerable communities.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has been designated to take over while the prime minister is in hospital, but the formal rules are unclear.
Makeshift masks may be be better than nothing, but they’re no miracle solution. They cannot and must not replace regular handwashing and social distancing measures.
Euronews speaks to the European Union's Coronavirus Crisis Team, Cypriot Commissioner Stella Kyriakides about the COVID-19 pandemic and about when life will return to normal.
We spoke to an expert about why a patient with COVID-19 would be admitted to intensive care, and what happens when they are there.
With over a million people already infected AND 50,000 fatalities, the race is on to find a cure for Covid-19, the virus which has arguably caused the most serious global crisis since World War II.
Elderly people have been hit the hardest by COVID-19 and are isolated from their families. Now young people are writing them letters with messages of love and hope.
EU Commissioner for Internal Market, Thierry Breton says "not one single country was fully prepared for this kind of crisis, but the EU is now getting a battle plan in place.