The new coronavirus has brought social and economic life to its knees across the European Union. However, European leaders have begun laying the foundations for a return to normality as soon as the coronavirus crisis ends.
Workers who rely on shuttling across frontiers in Central Europe face a difficult dilemma now that the coronavirus pandemic has seen several countries shut their borders
European officials reacted with surprise and anger after US President Trump imposed a trans-Atlantic travel ban they fear will hurt economies already reeling from the coronavirus pandemic
EU leaders have sought to reassure business and markets they will do what it takes to protect the bloc’s economy from the effects of the deadly coronavirus epidemic
Around 116,000 refugees and migrants are currently living in Greece. Among them are an estimated 5,500 unaccompanied minors.
Erdogan announced he would no longer stop Syrian refugees in his country heading to Europe, now more than 75,000 migrants cross towards the European Union, Turkish officials claim.
Italy on Monday reported five deaths and more than 200 coronavirus cases, amid growing anxiety about the spread of the virus in the heart of Europe.