A light designer is putting on shows for his neighbors in the courtyard of their building. He wants to offer a glimmer of hope and express solidarity with people across Europe suffering because of the coronavirus pandemic, especially in Italy.
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Racist conspiracy theories are gaining more and more traction in Europe, according to a new study from Germany, Britain and Sweden. Fueled by the coronavirus pandemic, the movements that have arisen may outlast it.
April 7 was meant to be the deadline for Euro host cities to tell UEFA whether they would be able to accommodate fans in June and July. Munich, Amsterdam and Rome are among those to say they hope to have supporters.
The global pandemic hasn't supressed people's creative spirits despite lockdowns and remote work. In 2020, EU patent applications were only slightly lower than 2019, with the medical sector topping new inventions.
Italy now has the most deaths of any European nation from the pandemic. In the US, Donald Trump has declined to become one of the first to receive the new vaccine. Follow DW for the latest.
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