The Covid-19 pandemic has infected more than 103 million people around the world, with over 2.2 million fatalities. Here are developments for February 1:
Italian nurses at the Castelli Hospital turn a doorframe into a plastic hugging area for Covid-19 patients.
The famous Turkish director shares his thoughts on the pandemic and how his proposal to honour health workers with a day was accepted in the Italian Senate.
Cairo says it has closed an investigation into the 2016 murder of the Italian student, but Rome is set to prosecute five Egyptian security officials in absentia.
Pistachio the puppy was born green. This happens when pale coloured puppies have contact in their mother's womb with a green pigment called biliverdin.
England has a chance to win the championship after organizers released dates for the four remaining matches postponed since March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Panicky and desperate moves by Brussels to bully Boris Johnson are going to backfire.
The 25-year-old aid worker said her conversion to Islam was spontaneous and not forced, but far-right politicians still targetted her with hatred.
Four million people — an estimated 72 percent of them men — will return to their construction sites and factories as the economically and emotionally shattered country tries to get back to work.
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte says any restart would have to be gradual, and companies would have to introduce strict health safety measures before opening their doors.
EU leaders agree that a much bigger bail out is required. How this is structured is dividing Europe and opening old wounds.
Turkey answered Italy's call for help to battle the pandemic, and that has opened a door.
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