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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…

How Portugal Confronted the Coronavirus

First imposed on March 18, Portugal is now mulling an exit from lockdown that commenced on Monday, May 4, to…

Spain Reveals Four-Part Exit Strategy

Spain is the eurozone’s second hardest-hit country from the coronavirus pandemic with over 24,000 deaths, just behind Italy’s toll of…

Italy Plots Careful Exit From Lockdown

After two months of lockdown, Italy is finally seeing a sustained reduction in new cases and coronavirus-related deaths, logging only…

The Light at the End of the Tunnel for France

Will France be out of lockdown soon? This is the question many citizens are asking as the country logged 437…

European Wine Producers Face Crisis

When the coronavirus pandemic hit European shores and governments instituted lockdowns, nearly all on-trade routes for wineries shut down in…

The Shape of Solidarity

The past two months have been hard for Europe. As Covid-19 rages throughout the continent, Brussels has struggled to find…

The Battle Between Privacy and Public Health

Since the coronavirus first emerged months ago, governments and citizens have all wondered: how do we beat it? Short of…

Italy Is the West’s Pilot Programme on How to Handle Coronavirus

Italy may at last be turning a corner as the rate of new Covid-19 cases, as well as the number…
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