Coronavirus drug could spark international row - Irish finance minister Donohoe to lead Eurogroup - Cruise industry agrees on new hygiene plan
VW, Renault, Airbus and Deutsche Bahn have reported severe losses for the second quarter of 2020, when the coronavirus had forced many countries to lock down. For one company in the US, the pandemic has proven a boon.
German police have searched a business and the home of a man suspected of laundering money for Russian criminals. The suspect is thought to have been part of the so-called "Troika Laundromat."
EU leaders are set for new clashes over the coronavirus stimulus package with the Brussels summit going into overtime. Germany's Angela Merkel signaled "hope" while the Polish PM decried "stingy, selfish countries."
Scores of digital contract tracing apps have been developed around the world in an attempt to stem the pandemic. Many have floundered and for those that haven't, it's still not clear if they are that effective.
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