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Lessons The U.S. Can Learn From Europe In Dealing With Unemployment

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson chaired his first remote Cabinet meeting since his return to work after his personal bout with the coronavirus. The British leader projected optimism during his comments on Thursday. Andrew Parsons/AP hide caption

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2 British Friends Hit A Shelter-In-Place Jackpot

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People work in a call center of Covidom, a new remote medical monitoring app, inside the Paris public hospitals' Campus Picpus last month. Geoffroy Van Der Hasselt/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A Senegalese migrant collects oranges on the plain of Rosarno and San Ferdinando in Calabria, Italy, on Feb. 6. The lockdown countries imposed to stop the coronavirus pandemic have cut off the usual flow of seasonal farmworkers. Alfonso Di Vicenzo/LightRocket via Getty hide caption

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Italy Considers Permits For Undocumented Migrants To Fill A Big Farmworker Gap

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Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his partner, Carrie Symonds, shown here in March, announced Wednesday that she gave birth to a "healthy baby boy at a London hospital earlier this morning" and both mother and baby are doing well. Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP hide caption

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Italy Debates Permits For Undocumented Immigrants To Fill Seasonal Labor Shortages

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A Saudi Arabian Investment Fund Is Planning To Purchase Newcastle United

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A woman walks past a vending machine that offers washable face masks in a Berlin subway station on Monday. German officials have said they will endorse a decentralized approach to coronavirus contact tracing. Michael Sohn/AP hide caption

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Travelers wear face masks to protect against the spread of the coronavirus at the central station in Munich on Monday. Masks became mandatory in parts of Germany for people shopping and using public transport. Matthias Schrader/AP hide caption

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who spent three days in intensive care and another two weeks recovering from the disease, warned that any letup in efforts to halt it risked "a new wave of death and disease." Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images hide caption

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U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson Returns To Work

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Italy Announces Gradual Easing Of COVID-19 Lockdown

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A technician sets up a livestream in Rome's empty Santa Maria Assunta in Cielo church on Sunday. Italy's prime minister has announced a gradual ending of restrictions in the hard-hit country. Ernesto Ruscio/Getty Images hide caption

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People enjoy high temperatures on April 22 in Stockholm. Sweden has not imposed the extraordinary lockdown measures seen across Europe. Anders Wiklund/TT News Agency/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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