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Brussels has long voiced concerns over the threats to judicial independence in Poland but the European Council has not taken any formal action to suspend the country's voting rights.
Russia's deaths-to-infections ratio is far lower than in other countries. Doctors and activists say the number of fatalities is much higher.
Pro-democracy supporters in Hong Kong have criticised the national security law and say it goes against the “one country, two systems” framework.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's closest ally is accused of breaking the government's own rules during the coronavirus lockdown to arrange childcare for his four-year-old son.
A theatre company in Germany has turned their car park into a drive-in where the audience can watch from the safety of their cars.
France is one of the most heavily impacted countries by the global pandemic, with more than 180,000 confirmed cases and over 28,000 deaths.
Spain is opening up to foreign tourists in July and allowing its football league start back up behind closed doors in June. It's all part of a phasing out of restrictions.
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey looks at the prospects for the airline industry after another bad week of relentlessly depressing news.
In this episode of Unreported Europe, Euronews' Valerie Gauriat reports on the desperate plight of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in France as the country emerges from lockdown.
Thousands of Lebanese people are struggling to survive amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic and the country’s deepening economic crisis. Inflation, coupled with insufficient state support, has made daily living a challenge for much of the population.
Communities across the Middle East and North Africa are exploring ways to counter the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic together, through social solidarity.
Charitable initiatives have been launched at the federal level of government in the United Arab Emirates, to support the population of 9.6 million people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UK finance minister Rishi Sunak announced the support on March 20, vowing to reimburse 80% of workers’ wage costs to a cap of £2,500 per month, backdated to March 1, 2020. The scheme sees employees put on temporary leave, called being furloughed.
Despite being illegal, undeclared work is common in Italy, with over three million people trapped in this form of precarious employment.
A pro-Beijing politician had to be escorted out of the chamber of the Hong Kong Legislative council after a protest broke out over a new bill tabled by China to limit opposition powers in the semi-autonomous territory.
Before he became prime minister, Boris Johnson had promised businesses in Northern Ireland they would face "no forms, no checks, no barriers."