Spain, France, the U.K., Italy and Germany are seeing a record-breaking number of coronavirus infections as a second wave of the pandemic ripples through Europe.
Fears are rising in an Italian town that faced the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic this spring, where between 50 and 60 residents died daily during the height of the outbreak.
The country is heading back into a protracted state of lockdown, as the government imposed a curfew to begin Saturday evening and announced the closure of all high schools until further notice.
Several major European cities, including London, Rome, Paris and Madrid, have reimposed restrictions in recent weeks.
In a tweet, the Italian funeral home's social media manager simply captioned the campaign: "Business is business."
When I stepped out onto my balcony, which is across from his, we saw each other. It was as if there was a lightning bolt of attraction between us in that moment.
The historic Policlinico Umberto I hospital in Rome is being used as one of the locations for "Mission: Impossible 7" with filming spotted on a first-floor balcony.
Italians overwhelmingly voted to approve a constitutional amendment this week which reduces the number of lawmakers in both chambers of its national parliament by one-third.
Boris Johnson is alleged to have flown into the Italian city of Perugia on September 11 in order to baptize his son.
Six of the 12 deadliest countries, according to COVID-19 fatalities per one million people, were reported to be in Europe.
New infections have been increasing in France, Italy, Hungary, Croatia and Estonia in recent weeks.
The woman was being airlifted from Lampedusa to a hospital in Sicily only an hour away, but gave birth while airborne.
The doctor who dealt with pair said: "The funny thing is that they orient themselves with the compass...a principle that they, as flat-Earthers, should reject."
Dr. Ilaria Capua's story and the race to find a coronavirus vaccine both illustrate how important open science is, but also how easily things can go wrong, either because the science is misunderstood—or because people are actually acting outside the contours of the law.
The man allegedly mocked the boat crew by wearing a face mask but lowering it when they turned away.
"In order to protect and guarantee public health and safety, in the absence of suitable reception facilities, it is forbidden to enter, transit and stop in the territory of the Sicilian Region by every migrant," the ordinance said.
The weekly totals of new cases in Spain, Italy and France have increased for several consecutive weeks.
From Monday, nightclubs were closed while masks are required by night in outdoors areas near bars and pubs in Italy.
France, Spain, Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium and Greece have issued new safety measures following a rise in cases.
Many Europeans are asking if Americans even care about their people's own health, as they have watched in astonishment at the world's most powerful country faltering in its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
While Sweden's GDP fell in the second quarter, the country is not in a recession.
The U.S. currently has the most confirmed cases and deaths in the world.
"I could not leave the house even though I had committed no crime," Bocelli said at a conference in Rome.
"When you see the state of her body, you know she is going to die," said Arnaud Gauffier from WWF France
"At some point, I could see it by naked eye. I cannot tell you the emotion which exploded in my heart!" astronomer Gianluca Masi said.
Amid a surge in new cases of the novel coronavirus, Texas health officials confirmed the state's highest single-day increase to date on Tuesday. The number surpassed Italy's record daily total reported in March, while the country was considered the pandemic's global epicenter.
Home to Europe's first COVID-19 death, Vò and its mayor Giuliano Martini took part in a radical testing campaign not seen anywhere outside China. But the ghosts of the crises persist.
San Fele, two hours east of Naples, was spared the large death toll seen elsewhere throughout the country.
The new coronavirus was present in Italy months prior to when the first case was reported, according to a new study on wastewater published by a national health institute in Italy.