There’s rioting in Italy, millions of businesses shuttered, 6 p.m. curfews, two-thirds of French people are locked down—and new COVID-19 infections continue to surge across Europe.
Ireland will plunge into the world’s toughest national lockdown on Wednesday in a desperate bid to salvage Christmas. The rest of Europe could be forced to follow.
The former hotdog entrepreneur has parlayed his skills into a much deadlier business, according to the European Union.
An EU commissioner is urging member states to exempt couples in “durable relationships” from COVID-19 travel restrictions.
In 2015, Syrian refugee Amel Alzakout boarded a smuggler’s boat going from Turkey to Greece. Her documentation of the boat’s sinking has now become a stirring documentary.
In Europe everyone knows that quarantines are not sustainable. But finding a way to lift them without a coronavirus resurgence is the trillion euro question.
As Germany imposes border controls, the gravity of the situation and the threat it poses to the EU are clear. The consequences on this crowded little continent could be fatal.