During the sixteenth century the phrase “That’s Barney Castle!” became idiomatic of a cowardly excuse after Sir George Bowes, who was steward of the Fortress, shut himself up inside it.
Boris Johnson's chief advisor Dominic Cummings has insisted he “made the right judgment” in travelling 400km from London to Durham at the height of the coronavirus lockdown.
Vets at the zoo say the births were due to the coronavirus lockdown, which stopped visitors coming and stressing out the animals.
Mayors in some of Italy's worst-hit COVID-19 regions have hit out over people not respecting social distancing now that lockdown has been eased
'People are going to die': President Jair Bolsonaro is at the centre of Brazil's worsening COVID-19 crisis.
Figures from Sweden's Public Health Agency show almost half of all fatalities linked to coronavirus have happened in residential homes.
Scientists say the reduction is likely to be only a “drop in the ocean” when it comes to turning around decades of climate change, but environmentalists are hopeful it will encourage a broader shift towards green energies.
On Thursday 21 May, the Art World Records project that Seb Blanc, Rob and I have launched is aiming to break the world record for largest online art lesson.
Nadene had her baby through surrogacy in Ukraine and got stuck there after the borders closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. She tells Euronews about her new family’s epic first weeks.
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The Acropolis, one of the world's most important and famous archaeological sites, has reopened to the public after a two-month lockdown.
How hard is it to socially-distance on a construction site? Easier than you'd think.
This is how Zoe, a professional triathlete, is training during the coronavirus pandemic.
There's a slight increase in the number of commuters in both London and Paris - but a marked contrast between the use of protective masks in the two capitals. Use is mandatory in Paris and there is only limited takeup in London where wearing is merely advisory.
So far, Bosnia, a country of 3.5 million people, has had 2,171 virus cases, with 120 -COVID-19 deaths.
Lockdown loosening measures for England are in place from today despite criticIsms that the rules remain confusing and may endanger the lower-paid. It comes as the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer extends the furlough scheme until October.
Members' costumes vary each time, from hippos to sharks and dinosaurs to bears.
Johnson said that starting Wednesday, a restriction limiting outdoor exercise to once a day will be lifted and that people will be able to take “unlimited amounts.”
Dozens of people were detained at protests against the pandemic restrictions after some rallies turned violent on Saturday.
Measures include collecting health data "without consent", if necessary, as well as regulations involving criminal charges and quarantine.
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Rosie Watson and Mike Elm set off for a cross-continent journey on foot and bike to meet those tackling the climate crisis. But the coronavirus pandemic left them stranded in Kosovo.
The "bubble" method is an idea talked about in several countries to slowly start populations socialising while avoiding a second peak of coronavirus - so how does it work?