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  • 'Dreadful' that Britain can't get more people tested for COVID-19: minister
  • Trump says he will suspend all immigration into U.S. over coronavirus
  • Taiwan tells agencies not to use Zoom on security grounds
  • Czech markets, dog salons back in business as cautious reopening begins
  • Africa may see millions of coronavirus cases, tentative WHO forecast shows
  • South Africa seeking $5 billion from multilateral lenders to fight virus: Treasury official
  • 'Lockdown', Japan-style: Pressure to conform, not penalties for non-compliance
  • China says WHO has said no evidence coronavirus was made in a lab
  • Sanofi CEO warns Europe on cornavirus vaccine race
  • Sweat, stress and hope: a 24-hour shift with Spain's first responders
  • Mortality rates drop sharply in parts of India, bucking coronavirus trend
  • No scandal here: Mexico president defends meeting mother of drug lord 'El Chapo'
  • U.N. seeks $130 million to prevent hunger catastrophe in Zimbabwe
  • Slovenia to ease coronavirus lockdown from Monday
  • France to extend lockdown, coronavirus death toll close to 11,000
  • Vast majority of Mexicans back president's handling of coronavirus: poll
  • Two U.S. warships in South China Sea amid China-Malaysia standoff
  • Tokyo launches coronavirus drive-through tests as crisis deepens
  • Elderly to be evacuated en masse from ultra-Orthodox Israeli town hit by coronavirus
  • Hoping to defuse rows, Britain's Labour elects new leader
  • Chilean seniors look to the sky for medicine and masks
  • Dutch Kingsday celebrations muted by coronavirus lockdown
  • Iran supreme leader approves tapping sovereign wealth fund to fight coronavirus
  • U.S., South Korea scramble to seal defence cost-sharing deal as thousands put on unpaid leave
  • Help us like you were helped after war, Italy's virus hit cities tell Germany
  • In Taiwan, anger at China over virus drives identity debate
  • Malaysia says curbs preventing major spikes in coronavirus cases
  • Taliban team arrives in Kabul to begin prisoner exchange process
  • Journalists at Russian business newspaper complain ofpro-Kremlin censorship
  • Tajikistan says migrants returning from Russia, Kazakhstan
  • Romania economy to show signs of recovery from July-August: Finance Minister
  • U.S. appeals to China to revise export rules on coronavirus medical gear
  • China reports six new coronavirus cases in mainland vs 10 a day earlier
  • Accepting, suffering or resisting: study groups Britons' response to coronavirus lockdown
  • Under pressure from Putin and coronavirus, Russian governor resigns
  • Bogota metro work start could be delayed six months over coronavirus restrictions
  • UK has conducted 18,000 coronavirus tests in 24 hours: PM's spokesman
  • Specter of hunger rises in Brazil as coronavirus wrecks incomes
  • Moscow zoo's giant pandas miss their usual visitors amid lockdown
  • South Korea reports more recovered coronavirus patients testing positive again
  • Helicopters, fines in Australia's Easter travel crackdown against coronavirus
  • Germany: Coronavirus spreading too fast for us to loosen restrictions
  • France knife attack suspect charged with terrorism offences, murder
  • UK ministers will review advice on wearing face masks: PM's spokesman
  • In epicentre of French virus outbreak, medical workers believe peak has passed
  • Mexico registers 5,014 cases of coronavirus and 332 deaths - health ministry
  • Haiti to reopen textile factories despite coronavirus fears
  • Singapore reports 65 new coronavirus cases, taking total to 1,114
  • Exclusive: South Korea set to ship coronavirus testing kits to U.S. - source
  • Australia's health system capable of managing coronavirus pandemic: prime minister
  • Historic Irish rivals strike government deal, seek third partner
  • Philippines reports 14 new coronavirus deaths, 104 more infections
  • No sign Europe's COVID-19 epidemic is at peak, EU disease monitoring agency says
  • Seven confirmed COVID-19 cases linked to Wisconsin's April elections
  • Supplies for coronavirus field hospital held up at U.S.-Mexico border
  • El Salvador authorizes use of lethal force against gangs
  • Chinese dams held back Mekong waters during drought, study finds
  • Iran partially reopens capital as coronavirus deaths hit one-month low
  • Coronavirus pandemic is historical test for EU, Merkel says
  • Czechs to start easing restrictions as coronavirus infections slow
  • Congo governor condemns rising insecurity at mines in gold province
  • Italian regions testing for signs of coronavirus immunity
  • Hong Kong barristers call on Beijing to 'exercise restraint' in comments
  • Coronavirus pandemic is historical test for EU, Merkel says
  • Lebanon legalizes cannabis farming for medicinal use
  • French town's empty main street tells tale of virus impact
  • Slovenia orders quarantine for most people entering country
  • Mexican president pitches frugal economic plan against coronavirus
  • Panama registers 1,475 coronavirus cases, 37 deaths
  • Belarus reports first coronavirus death: Belta cites Lukashenko
  • Spain to extend state of emergency to April 26 as rise in infections slows
  • Britain now has 10,000 ventilators: PM's spokesman
  • Panama reports 112 new coronavirus cases, bringing total to 2,100
  • New Zealand waits to see if lockdown working, as virus cases stay low
  • Seven confirmed COVID-19 cases linked to Wisconsin's April elections
  • Displaced Syrians wary of coronavirus risk return to war-torn Idlib
  • Spain's coronavirus death toll rises by 674 but pace keeps slowing
  • Spain to allow outdoor exercise if coronavirus cases continue to fall
  • Grounded cabin crew get hospital training as Sweden battles coronavirus
  • South African union takes government to court over COVID-19 gear shortage
  • Iran's death toll from coronavirus rises to 3,160: health official
  • South Korea's emergency exercise in December facilitated coronavirus testing, containment
  • Philippines ramps up coronavirus testing to find thousands of unknown infections
  • 'Everybody is frustrated' over UK testing, top health official says
  • Morocco's government extends coronavirus lockdown to May 20
  • Coronavirus preys on inequalities in working class Paris suburb
  • Spain's number of coronavirus cases rises to 188,068 on Friday
  • Former Dutch prison offers shelter for homeless amid coronavirus
  • Britain trying to get money back for unreliable antibody tests, official says
  • Spain overtakes China in coronavirus infections
  • Saudi Arabia to give $525 million for Yemen humanitarian, coronavirus response: minister
  • Australians urged to adopt phone tracking app in coronavirus fight
  • Coronavirus to impoverish millions of children in Middle East: UNICEF
  • Fire raging near Ukraine's Chernobyl poses radiation risk, say activists
  • World's busiest border falls quiet with millions of Mexicans barred from U.S.
  • Exclusive - 'Things under control': how Europe sleepwalked into the coronavirus crisis
  • Cotton Campaign says too early to lift Uzbek boycott
  • Explainer: What the U.S. funds freeze could mean for WHO and its work
  • U.N. concerned by alleged abuses, prison break in west Libyan towns
  • Dubai lifts lockdown on two densely populated commercial districts