Governments around the world are considering their lockdown exit strategies despite mounting coronavirus deaths.
The steep rise in coronavirus deaths in New York appears to be levelling off in a possible sign that social distancing is working in the most lethal hot spot in the US, the governor said — a trend that seems to have taken hold even more convincingly in hard-hit Italy and Spain.
Scarce supplies of medical equipment are leading to growing competition among nations, in what one French politician called a “worldwide treasure hunt”.
The governor of New York has vowed to take ventilators and protective equipment from private hospitals and companies that are not using them as the state’s coronavirus death toll rose to almost 3,000.
Coronavirus deaths have mounted with alarming speed in Spain, Italy and New York, the most lethal hotspot in the United States, as figures show more than one million people around the globe have been infected.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases across the world has passed the one million threshold.
The coronavirus outbreak has left 10 million Americans unemployed in just two weeks.
Spain has reported a new record of 864 deaths in one day while total infections broke the 100,000 mark, making it the third country to surpass that milestone behind the United States and Italy.
Spain has become the third country to surpass China in coronavirus infections after the United States and Italy.
It is four years since Gary Neville was sacked as manager of Valencia.
Spain and Italy demanded more European help as they fight coronavirus infections amid the continent’s worst crisis since the Second World War.
Covid-19 cases have topped more than 575,000 worldwide as a number of American states struggle to contain the virus and deaths surge in Italy and Spain.
The coronavirus death toll in Spain has shot up by more than 700, surpassing China and making the country second only to Italy as the pandemic spread rapidly in Europe.
Several major airlines have no spare seats to bring UK passengers home from Spain this week, it has been claimed.
An Aberdeen man today told of his coronavirus hell in Spain – and said more needs to be done in Scotland to stop the spread.
New York City’s mayor is preparing to order its 8.5 million people behind closed doors as it quickly becomes one of the world’s biggest coronavirus hotspots.
Italy, Iran and the US have reported soaring new death tolls as the coronavirus pandemic marches relentlessly across the globe.
Spain has recorded almost 5,000 new cases of coronavirus in 24 hours as it became the third most infected country in the world.
A couple's celebratory holiday turned sour after their return flight was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Hundreds of thousands of UK tourists could be stranded overseas for weeks as airlines ground planes and countries close borders due to the coronavirus.
Britons in Spain have been urged by the Foreign Office to return before March 24 when all Spanish hotels close.
Jet2 planes from the UK to Spain turned back in mid-air as the airline announced it was cancelling all flights to the country amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A decision on whether an academic will be extradited to Spain will not be made until the European Parliament has ruled on whether she should remain immune from prosecution, a court has heard.
An academic facing extradition to Spain is to appear in court in Edinburgh.
Spain’s prime minister and the leader of Catalonia have opened formal talks in the hope of resolving the festering political crisis provoked by the region’s separatist movement.
Quique Setien was pleased by the manner of Barcelona’s comeback victory at former club Real Betis as the La Liga title race heats up.
Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez has met with the separatist leader of Catalonia in a bid to improve the strained relations between the central government and Spain’s restive northeast.
An Air Canada plane with 128 passengers on board is flying in circles near Madrid, trying to burn off fuel as it prepares for an emergency landing following problems with one of its two engines and a ruptured tyre during take-off.
The former vice-president of Catalonia returned as a prisoner to the regional parliament in Barcelona, the first time he had been there since he was imprisoned for his role in the failed 2017 secession attempt from the rest of Spain.
The body of an Aberdeen kayaker missing in Spain for more than two months has been found 140 miles from where he was last seen.