The leaders of France and Germany are at odds over who should take over as European Commission President. The disagreement comes after centrist parties lost seats in last week's European elections.
As the coronavirus spreads across the EU, the head of the European Commission has said states will decide on a possible extension of border closures. Meanwhile, the Netherlands urged tourists to stay away over Easter.
The head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, has urged huge investments in the EU budget amid the coronavirus crisis. Spain's premier, too, wants a "wartime economy" followed by a recovery program.
German authorities have issued a ban on more than two people meeting. Authorities say such a ban makes more sense than locking people in their homes. Follow DW for the latest.
EU states can soon apply for funding to help workers facing shorter hours during the coronavirus pandemic. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen's SURE plan is intended to prevent large-scale layoffs.
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