Across Europe, the coronavirus pandemic has forced many sex workers to rely on hardship funds and online platforms to make ends meet with many worried about the future after lockdowns are lifted
Less than two months after detecting its first infection, Montenegro is the first European country to declare itself coronavirus-free, a pronouncement it hopes will lure tourists to its Adriatic coast
Accepting food handouts has become reality for thousands in Spain where poverty has soared during the pandemic, echoing the 2008 crisis from which many have barely recovered
The coronavirus lockdowns may not have been universally popular but they have alleviated some of the ills associated with tourism such as the overcrowding of city centres and rent rises
European gyms and pools have begun reopening as the coronavirus lockdown eases in Germany, Iceland, Italy and Spain, but some elderly patrons remain wary of taking the plunge
Austria, Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands are opposed to the Franco-German initiative of EU grants to reboost the economy.