Belgium is one of the wealthiest countries in Europe, with excellent standards of healthcare. But the coronavirus doesn’t care how rich you are.
“If there is a positive case, it will trigger panic, and this panic will spread to the local population.”
Hotel Melia Sarrià in central Barcelona is one of eight hotels in the city taking patients straight from the wards of overstretched hospitals, and checking them into luxury suites.
“I think the critical success factors in New Zealand were good science and great leadership working together, and you can't succeed if you have one without the other."
Police are imposing 150-euro fines on people accused of breaking lockdown laws. The homeless have not been exempt.
Spain has reported over 15,000 deaths, second only to Italy, but in recent days the number of new infections has started to flatten.
After a horrific month that has seen more than 13,000 people die, Italy is hoping its Coronavirus outbreak has finally hit a peak
Turkey is apparently trying to pressure the rest of Europe into backing its military operation in Syria.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis could be the next prime minister of Greece if his party wins this Sunday. That would go against Europe’s drift toward populist
A 94-year-old veteran of the Nazi army and a 93-year-old U.S. Army vet recall the horrors of the Normandy invasion.
Christian symbols are having something of a comeback in Italy — but not because of a religious awakening.