United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the world is facing a "generational catastrophe that could waste untold human potential, undermine decades of progress, and exacerbate entrenched inequalities."
Business is booming for French pool rental app Swimmy as Europeans are increasingly ditching public pools for private rentals this summer.
Several European countries have seen an uptick in coronavirus cases after bringing down transmission. Is this the beginning of a second wave?
The US President described the latest figures as 'very encouraging', 24 hours after the White House coronavirus response coordinator warned the US was entering a 'new phase' of the pandemic.
"A preliminary evaluation shows that there has been a failure in several of our internal procedures," Hurtigruten CEO Daniel Skjeldam said in a statement.
People in Nice, Lille and Bayonne, among other French towns and cities, now have to wear masks at open-air markets, among other outdoor public spaces.
There is much talk of a second wave of coronavirus in Europe. But what does the data tell us?
"Today, I got tested for coronavirus and it was positive. I will self-isolate for the next two weeks," Kosovan Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti wrote on Facebook on Sunday.
The first of two new COVID-19 tests that can return results in just over an hour is being rolled out across the UK next week
Sweeping new coronavirus restrictions were imposed from Sunday night, after a disaster was declared in the virus-hit Australian state.
Muslim pilgrims cast sanitised pebbles as they "stoned the devil" in the last major ritual of the hajj, which the Saudi king acknowledged had been tough to organise due to coronavirus pandemic.
More desperate people are poaching in game reserves to get by, but they're different from the professionals who kill rhinos for their horns.
At least 36 crew members on the MS Roald Amundsen cruise ship have tested positive for coronavirus, days after nearly 200 passengers disembarked.
Germany has been easing lockdown measures since late April but social-distancing rules remain in place, as does a requirement to wear masks on public transport and in shops.
Developing, finding, producing and distributing a vaccine is a high-risk business. Is the EU equipped to handle it?
The WHO said it "highlighted the anticipated lengthy duration of this COVID-19 pandemic" in a statement after its emergency committee met on Friday to evaluate the crisis six months after it rang the global alarm on January 30.
Producers in France's eastern Champagne region say they've lost an estimated €1.7 billion in sales for this year due to COVID-19 lockdown measures.
Coronavirus: EU says it struck deal with Sanofi for 300 million doses of potential COVID-19 vaccine
What happens if airlines suddenly cancel flights? Quarantine rules change? Do you have to accept vouchers? We break it down.
The Czech beer industry weathered communism and Nazi occupation with scarcely a dent during the last century – but it may prove less bulletproof in the wake of COVID 19 impacts, according to brewers.
In this special summer edition, we look at what will keep Europe's decision-makers busy over Summer and what the main priorities will be for the EU come Autumn.
Plans for Poland to withdraw from the Istanbul Convention have brought to light the spiralling pandemic no one is talking about - the surge in domestic violence and dilution of women's rights.
Eurostat also expects Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the whole European Union to have fallen by 11.9 per cent between April and June.
The UK government has delayed some of the relaxing of coronavirus measures in England by at least two weeks, due to a rise in cases.
The news that UK nurses will not be benefiting from a pay rise has angered many across the profession, one which has lost members to coronavirus and continues to fight the pandemic on the frontlines.
Coronavirus cases are rising in France, with the increase seen "particularly in the 20-30 age group" the French public health agency said.