The European Union Commission has planned to pay out billions of euros as loans for workers affected by the corona virus pandemic, as part of the EU's recession recovery plan.
Increasing awareness of the carbon footprint from air travel, coupled with shrinkage in the airline sector due to the coronavirus, mean that night trains may be in line for an unexpected renaissance
The coronavirus outbreak has thrown the plight of Europe's migrant farm workers into stark relief with the added risk of contagion in overcrowded, unsanitary living quarters
Six million euros of emergency EU funding will be made available to bolster conservation. The IUCN will manage the grants, together with the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States.
Many workers' lives have been upended by the coronavirus pandemic, as job losses in tourism, air travel, food and drink or other industries hit those both on fixed contracts and in the informal sector
Countries worldwide have been suffering economically from the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. This is no different from the Eurozone, where the GDP has declined massively for the first time in 25 years.
Remdesivir is the first drug to receive EU approval to treat severe cases of Covid-19 and would be used for treating patients from EU member states and the UK.
One of the biggest gambles of the 750 billion-euro coronavirus recovery package agreed by the EU is the idea that Brussels will be able to raise new taxes and levies across Europe to pay for it
After a marathon summit with long negotiations, European Union leaders finally struck a deal for a recovery stimulus plan and a long-term budget.