Europe

Portugal Volunteers to Home Refugee Children

Migration is ticking up due to mounting unrest in the eastern Mediterranean, putting Southern Europe – and Greece especially –…

Tensions Rise in the Eastern Mediterranean

Turkey and Greece have resumed their sabre rattling – contributing to the increased instability being felt in the eastern Mediterranean…

Portugal Aims for Quick Recovery

Portugal has managed to successfully curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, logging 1,218 deaths as of Monday – one…

Spain’s Complicated Exit Plan

After months of lockdown, first initiated on March 14, Spain is now easing forward as half the country entered Phase…

How Will Europe Weather This Storm?

The coronavirus pandemic has left nothing and no one unscathed. As lockdowns are gradually lifted, the scale of Europe’s economic…

Air Travel in a Post-Lockdown World

In the face of the novel coronavirus, European airlines throughout the continent are struggling to remain viable amid a slow…

Can Greece Rescue Summer?

After weeks of strict quarantine, numbers are indicating that Greece has successfully managed to contain the spread of Covid-19. Only…

Cyprus Tiptoes Out of Lockdown

According to the Singapore University of Technology data-driven innovation lab – which makes predictions as to the estimated end of…

University Students Face Uncertainties

Graduation for final year university students have, in many cases, either been fast-tracked or postponed – leading to considerable periods…

Transport and Logistics Persist Despite Turmoil

The extent of the staggering blow that Covid-19 has dealt the global economy has yet to be fully realised. But…
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