EU signals it could relax budget rules due to virus - Bayer chairman quits amid weedkiller legal battle - Cuba sells used cars for dollars for first time
Europe's citizens are paying for their leaders' late reaction to the coronavirus outbreak with their personal freedom. Their governments could have learned from Singapore, writes Christina zur Nedden.
While the true extent of the economic damage caused by the COVID-19 outbreak is yet to be determined, what's certain is that the crisis will claim millions of jobs. But a handful of sectors may escape with minimal pain.
Countries across Europe have significantly curbed public life in order to halt the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak. DW breaks down what life in lockdown means and how long the measures are expected to last.
Markets across Asia witnessed a fall, as investors feared a recession from the coronavirus pandemic.
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