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The first day of June has seen lockdown restrictions eased in a number of European countries. People from Athens to Amsterdam are flocking to museums and bars for the first time in months. Follow DW for the latest.
Europe's biggest low budget airline has said a €9 billion government rescue package for the German flag carrier amounts to an "illegal subsidy." Ryanair's CEO said Lufthansa is "addicted to state aid."
Each member state is approaching the end of its coronavirus lockdown and border closures a bit differently. DW looks at how some European countries are facing the decision to reopen their borders.
Politicians and tour operators are doing their utmost to save the tourism industry in the EU. Countries such as Croatia are pushing for rapid reopening — because without tourism they are facing economic collapse.
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