'There must be investigations and prosecutions' into alleged police racial discrimination during lockdowns
As Amnesty publishes a report detailing allegations of police racial discrimination during coronavirus lockdowns, Spain’s former Justice Minister tells FRANCE 24 that the claims must be investigated, and if proven, prosecuted. Juan Fernando Lopez-Aguilar, chair of the EU Parliament’s Justice and Civil Liberties committee, also calls for abuses of civil liberties during EU states’ coronavirus responses, to be punished, if proven.
Spain begins 10 days of mourning for coronavirus victims
A minute's silence was held in Spain to commence the mourning process, with both the Spanish king and the prime minister keen to pay their respects. The country has suffered more than 27,000 deaths from COVID-19.
Real Madrid players hold minute's silence for COVID-19 victims
Real Madrid players observe a minute of silence for COVID-19 victims during their training sessions. Spain has begun 10 days of mourning for victims of the coronavirus pandemic, which so far has claimed more than 27,000 lives in the country.
Spain gives last applause for medics as coronavirus cases fall
People across Spain gave one last tribute to medical workers, with some parts of Madrid clapping for 25 minutes straight. Hard-hit Spain has started rolling back its lockdown restrictions after a drop in new cases.
Coronavirus latest: Hard-hit Europe eases restrictions
Germany, France and Spain have eased stay-at-home orders, allowing millions to return to some semblance of normality. Leaders are urging caution amid concerns of fresh clusters of cases. Follow DW for the latest.
NCDC driver tests positive for COVID-19 in Nasarawa, Lagos announces recovery of 60 COVID-19 patients and more
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When to deconfine? Competing necessities, rival interests
As Spain, Germany and France eye a gradual deconfinement, The World This Week looks at the drastic contact tracing steps that have kept South Korea open for business since the outbreak of the Covid-19
Trump speaks with Buhari, pledges US support to Nigeria in Coronavirus fight, British Airways set to slash 12,000 jobs and more
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Presidency bars journalists who covered Kyari’s burial from State House, Global coronavirus death rises to 162,000 globally
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