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What needs to happen before countries lift lockdowns?
With signs in some countries that the coronavirus pandemic may have reached a plateau, governments are looking at how to lift lockdown restrictions on their crippled businesses and restless populations.
COVID-19 and challenges of economic development
The rampaging Coronavirus otherwise called COVID-19 crept into the consciousness of the world without much fanfare. The initial response was lackadaisical as the world
Coronavirus: Main measures taken in Europe
A roundup of the main measures being taken in Europe to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus. Citizens have been obliged to stay at home in Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg and Spain
Children less sick from COVID-19, but still spread the virus
For reasons unknown, children rarely have severe symptoms when infected by COVID-19 and may even be a bit less likely to get the disease in the first place, experts told AFP.
Russia book Euro 2020 spot as Netherlands edge closer to finals
13 Oct 2019
Russia eased to a 5-0 thrashing of ten-man Cyprus on Sunday to become the third team to secure a place at Euro 2020, while Georginio Wijnaldum scored twice as the Netherlands beat Belarus.
British, Irish PMs to lock horns over Brexit stalemate
10 Oct 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet his Irish counterpart for last-ditch Brexit talks on Thursday, with just days left to strike an EU divorce deal and both sides blaming each other for the impasse.
Britain says new Brexit proposal imminent
1 Oct 2019
Britain is on the verge of submitting proposals for a new Brexit deal, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Tuesday, even as France warned that failure to get a new agreement was the most likely outcome as the deadline loomed.
Britain has 'nothing credible' to replace Brexit backstop: Ireland
30 Aug 2019
Britain has come up with "nothing credible" to replace the controversial Irish backstop in its deal to leave the EU, Ireland's foreign minister said Friday.
UK's Johnson promises Irish PM no physical border checks
30 Jul 2019
Britain will never impose physical checks on its border with Ireland, Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised his Irish counterpart on Tuesday, while repeating that current plans for the frontier after Brexit were unacceptable.
Lowry weathers storm to win British Open and first major
21 Jul 2019
Ireland's Shane Lowry withstood howling wind and rain to win his first major at the British Open by six shots from Tommy Fleetwood on Sunday.
Four key moments from final round of the British Open
21 Jul 2019
Ireland's Shane Lowry romped to victory in treacherous conditions to claim his maiden major title at the 148th British Open on Sunday, beating England's Tommy Fleetwood by six shots.
Facebook loses bid to block landmark ECJ data security hearing
31 May 2019
Ireland's supreme court on Friday dismissed a bid by Facebook to block a landmark data security case from progressing to the European Court of Justice.