Novel coronavirus has infected more than 6.4 million people around the world. Here are pandemic-related updates for June 2:
There are millions of migrant workers in the Arab world that demand the world's attention.
The number of global coronavirus infections has surged past 4.5 million, with over 306,000 deaths and 1.7 million recoveries. Here are more coronavirus-related developments for May 15:
With millions out of work and economies flatlining – including in the United States, where 20 million people lost their jobs in April – governments are desperate to reopen, but most are choosing a gradual approach.
Portugal may be one of the first major European leagues to resume action amid the Covid-19 pandemic, with France and the Netherlands having already cancelled their seasons.
Portugal PM Antonio Costa said he hopes to relax restrictions on schools, stores, restaurants and cultural spaces from May onwards but such a plan would require new rules to keep people safe.
Father Nuno Westwood carried out his Easter roadshow aboard a convertible Smart microcar speaking into a microphone.
Roman Catholic Priest Guilherme Peixoto is not typical cleric as he organises live music by his own way to cope with coronavirus crisis.
The financially well-off members such as Germany and the Netherlands are hesitating to help Italy, Spain and France, where thousands have been killed by Covid-19.
The country has the highest ICU bed capacity per 100,000 people compared to European countries, the US and China.
As Berlin prepares to resettle "an appropriate share" of Syrian children, it remains to be seen whether these young minds will be disassociated from their parents and cultures entirely as they are integrated in their host country.
The landmark vote left Portugal poised to become one of the few countries in the world permitting the procedures.
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