Italy, once the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, has been easing restrictions for two months. Here are the lessons now emerging.
The country that was once the global epicenter of COVID-19 is lifting travel restrictions, hoping to be at the vanguard of a post-virus recovery.
Hopes that reopening restaurants and bars would provide an economic boost have been dashed as customers stay away and businesses fight for survival.
Young Alessandro Breda kept his cool throughout the nerve-racking encounter.
Across Europe, official statistics leave out thousands of people who likely died from the virus.
Italy could serve as a major test case for other cities facing a key question: As lockdown restrictions begin to ease, how will people commute to work?
Blamed for accelerating the spread of the pandemic across Europe, soccer has now become an important test of whether life will ever return to normal.
According to Johns Hopkins data, the U.S. has set a grim new global record of 20,000 dead.
The death toll hit a new benchmark as Christians prepare for the Easter Sunday weekend.
In light of the outbreak of COVID-19, many churchgoers are observing the holy day with family prayers, fasting and by watching livestreamed services.