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  • Romania will extend state of emergency by 30 days: president
  • Singapore reports 49 more coronavirus cases, taking total to 1,049
  • Some Syrians prefer ruined homes to crowded camps
  • Philippines reports seven coronavirus deaths, 128 more infections
  • China reports 10 new coronavirus cases in mainland vs 30 a day earlier
  • Japan's coronavirus infections surpass 6,000 cases: NHK
  • India and Pakistan crack down on Muslim group emerging as COVID-19 cluster
  • From public transport to museums: Croatia to start gradual lockdown easing next week
  • Thailand imposes nationwide curfew to curb coronavirus
  • Queen Elizabeth's addresses the United Kingdom on coronavirus outbreak
  • China scrambles to plug border gaps as thousands flood home
  • IMF lends 51.6 million euros to Kosovo to address virus crisis
  • Televised raid on illegal Amazon mining angers Brazil government, leads to sacking
  • Libyans rush to stock up for Ramadan before coronavirus curfew kicks in
  • Tanzania's president calls for debt forgiveness to help battle virus
  • Portugal suspends water, electricity shutoffs and releases some prisoners amid coronavirus outbreak
  • SoftBank CEO Son says will supply 300 million masks per month to Japan
  • Indonesia to release 30,000 prisoners early amid virus concerns
  • EU ministers agree half a trillion euro coronavirus rescue plan
  • In parts of Africa, police are accused of excess force amid coronavirus lockdowns
  • Poland's parliament rejects ruling party plan to vote on postal ballot proposal
  • Dutch elderly home builds glass-sided cabin for safe coronavirus visits
  • Ex-Vatican treasurer Cardinal Pell acquitted of sex offences, leaves jail
  • Once the biggest outbreak outside of China, South Korean city reports zero new coronavirus cases
  • Spain's coronavirus deaths pass 14,500, but real toll may be bigger
  • India's financial hub Mumbai set to extend coronavirus lockdown: sources
  • Televised raid on illegal Amazon mining angers Brazil government, leads to sacking
  • In parts of Africa, police are accused of excess force amid coronavirus lockdowns
  • South Africa coronavirus cases rise to 2,272, deaths at 27
  • Poland to begin easing coronavirus curbs from Sunday with eye on May vote
  • Cuba will send medical team to Honduras to fight thecoronavirus: health minister
  • Cyprus imposes night-time curfew, extending coronavirus lockdown
  • Taiwan, WHO spar again over coronavirus information sharing
  • India set to ship drug sought by Trump for coronavirus
  • U.S. Forces Japan declares health emergency for bases in Kanto region
  • Botswana lawmakers in supervised quarantine after breaching isolation order
  • U.S. acknowledges killing two civilians in 2019 Somalia air strike
  • South Korea reports more recovered coronavirus patients testing positive again
  • UK coronavirus death toll nears 10,000 as minister says PM Johnson must rest
  • Mexico's prostitutes end up homeless as coronavirus keeps clients at home, shuts hotels
  • Exclusive: France to hike crisis response by 10 billion euros to 110 billion - sources
  • Arctic surfers ride out Norway's coronavirus blues
  • Italy, UK explore possible COVID-19 link to child inflammatory disease
  • Slovenia orders quarantine for most people entering country
  • Swedish government to put forward bill granting it wider powers in pandemic fight
  • Yemen's Houthis target areas in Yemen's port city of Hodeidah: Saudi state TV
  • Nearly 12,300 Spanish health workers have coronavirus
  • As gangs ravage Mexico town, mayor seeks answers to husband's killing
  • Special Report: India's migrant workers fall through cracks in coronavirus lockdown
  • Bulgaria's Roma fear coronavirus lockdowns leave them with no means to live
  • Croatia extends lockdown until May 4, begins to consider easing
  • UK finance minister Sunak, 39, next in line to lead country after Raab
  • French sees effects of lockdown even as coronavirus death toll rises to 14,393
  • Mexico could force businesses to close if they violate coronavirus rules
  • Moscow warns it faces coronavirus hospital bed shortage within weeks
  • Kazakhstan to extend coronavirus state of emergency to end of April
  • Ethiopia postpones August election due to coronavirus
  • Riding out the pandemic, Rio surfers catch a wave of controversy
  • Court throws out rape, trafficking charges against leader of Mexico-based church
  • U.S. lawmaker seeks inquiry into disappearance of Chinese journalists
  • Bahrain extends closure measures for two weeks starting April 23
  • Nicaraguan president missing in action for nearly one month and counting
  • Japan declares state of emergency, nearly $1 trillion stimulus for coronavirus
  • Italy's daily coronavirus death tally lowest since March 19
  • Tokyo governor Koike, a PM Abe rival, takes tough stance on coronavirus
  • Australia seeks probe into coronavirus spread, France and UK say now not the time
  • Czech markets, dog salons back in business as cautious reopening begins
  • Nicaraguan president missing in action for nearly one month and counting
  • Safe sex under lockdown: Argentine official has some advice for digital lovers
  • Prominent Serbian Orthodox Church bishop dies of coronavirus
  • Spain overtakes China in coronavirus infections
  • Ireland considering tougher airport checks against coronavirus
  • Beware the boar: wild pigs patrol Israeli city under coronavirus closure
  • Russia's lockdown surveillance measures need regulating, rights groups say
  • Your COVID-19 healthcare questions, answered
  • Denmark to ease restrictions next week after coronavirus lockdown
  • Chilean consul in Argentine grains hub Rosario dies from coronavirus
  • Keep global food supply chains intact, WTO, U.N. agencies urge
  • Dutch Coronavirus infections reach 31,589, 142 new deaths: authorities
  • To Belgrade and beyond: Beijing exports China model of virus management
  • Sudan imposes lockdown on capital after 10 new coronavirus cases
  • U.S. oil sanctions against Iran are unjust: Rouhani
  • Spain registers overnight death toll of 849, highest so far
  • Coronavirus keeps relics of Jesus's friend Lazarus behind closed doors
  • Gunmen kill New Zealand man at Freeport mine office in Indonesia's Papua
  • Australia to retain coronavirus curbs for at least another four weeks
  • Iran's coronavirus death toll rises to 3,294: Health Ministry
  • On an empty Via Dolorosa before Easter, praying for the world's sick
  • Ventilator receives first approval in UK's coronavirus battle
  • Number of people crossing China borders cut 90% as part of virus efforts: official
  • 'It's a financial choice' - Romanian farm workers head west despite coronavirus
  • Indonesia orders coronavirus transport curbs as death toll rises
  • Thailand reports 127 new coronavirus cases, one death
  • In Singapore, migrant coronavirus cases highlight containment weak link
  • Israelis put on coronavirus lockdown for Passover holiday celebration
  • Chilean seniors look to the sky for medicine and masks
  • In northern Spain, lamb farming feels chill winds of coronavirus
  • Guards chief: U.S. warships will be destroyed if they threaten Iran in Gulf
  • Uganda detains prominent journalist for 'subversive' activities
  • UAE shortens curfew hours for Ramadan: WAM