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Italians Over 80 May “Be Left to Die” as Country Overwhelmed by Coronavirus

Coronavirus victims in Italy will be denied access to intensive care if they are aged 80 or more or in poor health should pressure...
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Italians Respond to Coronavirus Fear by Singing from their Balconies

Italians have been singing from their balconies across the country, in an effort to boost morale during its nationwide lockdown that began this week...

Coronavirus Pandemic: Europe Blasts US Travel Ban

President Donald Trump's announcement of a 30-day European travel ban beginning at midnight on Friday drew a sharp rebuttal from the European Union on Thursday,...

Thousands of Protesters in Germany Demand Open Borders for EU

As Greece tries to prevent thousands of migrants and refugees to cross over into the country, in Germany thousands gathered in major cities on...

Erdogan: Turkey Will No Longer Stop Syrian Refugees from Reaching Europe

Turkey, now fighting a war in Syria, will no longer stop Syrian refugees from reaching Europe, a senior Turkish official told Reuters late on...

Venice Carnival Canceled, Towns Locked Down After Coronavirus Outbreak in Italy

Italian officials have cut short the Venice Carnival, closing it down entirely on Sunday, and locking down ten towns in northern Italy as they...
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Mass Shooting in Germany Leaves at Least Nine Dead

A gunman opened fire on two shisha bars in the western German city of Hanau, killing at least eight people and injuring several others,...

Britain Rejects Returning Parthenon Marbles in EU Trade Deal

The British government ruled out any discussion of the return of the Parthenon Sculptures to Greece as part of its deal with European Union...

First Coronavirus Death Confirmed in Europe

France confirmed on Saturday that a Chinese tourist has died after contracting the new coronavirus. This is the first fatality from the disease outside...

Hundreds of Students Celebrate Greek Language and Culture in Italy

Hundreds of students from Italy and Greece participated in the five-day-long celebration of the Greek language which took place in Naples this week. Prominent lecturers...