Austrian government faces lawsuits over handling of Ischgl ski resort outbreak
A lawyer is taking legal action against the Austrian government on behalf of those infected with COVID-19 at an alpine ski resort in March. The outbreak is thought to have helped fuel Europe's first wave of infections.
At least 1 dead in Ivory Coast as protestors rebuke President Ouattara's run for a third-term
At least one person has died after protests erupted in Ivory Coast on Thursday as President Ouattara announced he will run for a controversial third term. In Mozambique, a jihadist group affiliated to the so-called Islamic State has taken over a port city in the north of the country, the government has tried to play down reports that it has lost control. Finally, our team in Tunisia meets the hoteliers who are feeling the pinch in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Germany: Over 600,000 re-enter 'soft lockdown' after Gütersloh meat plant outbreak
Two western German districts are spending their first full day back in lockdown following a fresh outbreak of COVID-19 at a meat-processing plant. Residents will return to measures first imposed in March.
Coronavirus: German slaughterhouse outbreak crosses 1,000
Officials in northwestern Germany insist the wider community is not yet at risk. But they complain that they've lost trust in the country's largest meat processing firm over delays in providing staff contact details.
Smart cities in the wake of Covid-19
As the Covid-19 outbreak continues to spread, especially in Latin America, it’s becoming clear that this pandemic has radically altered the way we interact and think about our cities. In this edition, we tell you how mobility players in particular need to prepare for the new world ahead.
Beijing says US is pushing China to 'brink of a new Cold War'
The spat over the COVID-19 outbreak has heightened longstanding tension between Washington and Beijing. China's foreign minister says the Trump administration has fabricated too many lies about the Asian powerhouse.
Coronavirus shakes Saudi state's foundations
More than elsewhere, the coronavirus outbreak has put Saudi Arabia's vision for the future in jeopardy. The collapse in oil revenues and the rising influence of the religious establishment could derail its plans.
Special programme: Covid-19 exposes glaring inequality in US
This week we're bringing you a special edition of Inside the Americas from the United States to show how the country is dealing with the coronavirus outbreak. We go to Baltimore to see why African Americans are disproportionately affected by Covid-19. We then head to the epicentre of the US outbreak, New York City. Finally, in Los Angeles, we’ll show you what money can buy during a pandemic.
No hands to harvest strawberries in the Spanish coronavirus lockdown
The restrictions around the coronavirus outbreak have made it impossible for thousands of migrant workers to come and harvest crops in Spanish fields. But that's just one of the many problems local farmers face.