In this interview, we speak with Mike Robson, FAO Representative in Syria about the COVID-19 pandemic and what it could mean for a country such as Syria, which is on a long road to recovery after nine years of crisis.
In this interview, we speak with Coumba Sow, FAO Resilience Coordinator for West Africa, about the COVID-19 pandemic and what it could mean for millions of people already grappling with hunger and conflict in West Africa.
EU leaders endorsed in a video call Thursday an agreement on safety nets for workers, businesses and sovereigns amounting to a package worth EUR 540 bn, calling for the package to be operational by 1 June.
Air carriers must indicate, as soon as their price offers are published on the Internet, VAT charges on domestic flights as well as any fees charged for paying by credit card, the EU's top Court ruled Thursday.
With more than 1.5 bn learners hit by COVID-19 school closures, a UN Environment Programme coalition has launched 'Earth School' to provide free, high-quality educational content for students and teachers.
A new set of measures to help EU farmers affected by the coronavirus pandemic, announced Wednesday by the EU Commission, aims to stabilise markets and provide stability to future prices and production.