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  • Indian farmers feed strawberries to cattle as lockdown hits transport
  • ILO annual gathering of labour ministers postponed for a year
  • UK will automatically renew visas of foreign healthcare staff
  • 'Incredibly small' chance of mass vaccine or treatment in next year: UK official
  • Finland extends border controls until May 13
  • U.S. appeals to China to revise export rules on coronavirus medical gear
  • French coronavirus deaths near 20,000, ICU numbers fall
  • Austria will reopen schools with split classes next month
  • Safe sex under lockdown: Argentine official has some advice for digital lovers
  • Hong Kong judges battle Beijing over rule of law as pandemic chills protests
  • U.N. warns of 'dire' effects of coronavirus, 'greatest test' since WWII
  • World must ensure equal access for all to COVID-19 vaccines, drugs: WHO
  • Egyptian policeman, seven suspected militants killed in Cairo gunbattle
  • Russian border becomes China's frontline in fight against second virus wave
  • Timeline: Johnson's activities before his hospitalisation with coronavirus
  • Man jailed for stealing face masks from London hospital
  • Tokyo governor: Decrease in commuters falls short of target needed to control coronavirus
  • Two Brazilian governors test positive for coronavirus
  • Russia launches criminal investigation after Prague removes Soviet military statue
  • Spain reports 435 coronavirus deaths overnight, bringing total at 21,717
  • Italy's Veneto defies government, lifts coronavirus curbs early
  • Japan declares state of emergency, nearly $1 trillion stimulus for coronavirus
  • Sticking to UK guidelines, Johnson to self-isolate until temperature falls
  • Hong Kong unveils $17.7 billion package to save jobs as city battles coronavirus
  • Global coronavirus cases pass 2.5 million as U.S. tally surpasses 800,000
  • Turkey flies medical aid to coronavirus-stricken U.S.
  • Indonesia set to open emergency coronavirus hospital on uninhabited island
  • Poland may announce new coronavirus restrictions Tuesday
  • Spain to let children take walks as coronavirus spread slows
  • China will have to answer hard questions on coronavirus outbreak: UK foreign minister
  • Singapore closes workplaces, schools as coronavirus cases jump
  • UK PM Johnson, battling coronavirus, set for second night in intensive care
  • Thailand imposes nationwide curfew to curb coronavirus
  • Quebec sees coronavirus cases soar, faces equipment shortage
  • Yemen's warring parties accuse each other of attacking pipeline
  • India ramps up coronavirus tests as South Asian cases top 12,000
  • Saudi grand mufti: Ramadan evening, Eid prayers to be done at home amid coronavirus
  • U.S. officials redistribute protective gear seized from alleged hoarder
  • German court opens first Syria torture trial
  • Greek PM warns: stay at home or 'we will pay for it'
  • Thailand reports 136 new coronavirus cases, two more deaths
  • 'Debt phobia': Mexican leader's coronavirus gamble
  • Falkland Islands reports first case of the coronavirus
  • Vietnam protests Beijing's expansion in disputed South China Sea
  • China concealed the early coronavirus outbreak, former MI6 spymaster says
  • Italy bishops scold government for excluding Mass from lockdown easing
  • Number of people crossing China borders cut 90% as part of virus efforts: official
  • Australia aid plane to Vanuatu delayed as Chinese plane was parked at Port Vila airport
  • Irish unlikely to see packed pubs, big gatherings soon: minister
  • One in three UK households expects to need state help to weather coronavirus: survey
  • Ecuador woman learns sister is alive after cremating someone else's body
  • Swiss double size of coronavirus company loan scheme to $41 billion
  • 'Incredibly small' chance of mass vaccine or treatment in next year: UK official
  • Two dead, four missing after India power plant dike gives way
  • Thai capital plans to reopen some businesses as coronavirus cases slow
  • No proof drug touted by Trump is effective against coronavirus: EU
  • Guatemalan migrant in U.S. custody positive for coronavirus: foreign ministry
  • Photos capture North Korea ships' sanctions busting in Chinese waters: U.N. report
  • Ivory Coast police clash with protesters over coronavirus test centre
  • Singapore reports 447 new cases in biggest daily jump, total 3,699
  • WHO chief urges U.S. to reconsider funding, says 'virus will be with us for a long time'
  • Dutch military police arrest two men with gun at Schiphol airport
  • Ecuadorian firefighter livens up coronavirus lockdown playing trumpet
  • Two dead, four missing after India power plant dike gives way
  • Kuwait reports first death from coronavirus outbreak: state news agency
  • Ex-Kazakh president's grandson wins UK case over purchase of London mansion
  • France's coronavirus death toll rises by 389 to 22,245
  • Tiger at New York's Bronx Zoo tests positive for coronavirus
  • France to shun discrimination by age in lockdown exit
  • 'The sun will shine again,' Captain Tom, 99, raises millions and the spirits of a nation
  • India battles supply snags in race to build affordable ventilators
  • Singapore PM to update country on coronavirus measures
  • Gunman started Canada's worst mass shooting after his girlfriend fled
  • Britain at its best in a crisis, says Prince William
  • Hundreds protest in southern Russian against coronavirus curbs
  • Mexican president pitches frugal economic plan against coronavirus
  • We need to learn lessons of coronavirus spread: UK PM's spokesman
  • Serbian state secretary dies from coronavirus
  • Kuwait to operate 75 flights for evacuating citizens abroad: state news agency
  • WHO rejects 'China-centric' charge after Trump criticism
  • Exclusive: France first - Paris ignores EU calls to lift export bans on COVID-19 drugs
  • State minister says India set to extend nationwide lockdown to tackle coronavirus
  • French town's empty main street tells tale of virus impact
  • U.N. condemns water shutoff to Libyan capital
  • Poland reopens green spaces but unclear on election amid epidemic
  • UK govt science adviser confident health service capacity will not be breached
  • Indonesia reports its biggest daily jump in coronavirus deaths
  • Indian farmers feed strawberries to cattle as lockdown hits transport
  • Paedophiles seeking to exploit children online in coronavirus crisis, UK says
  • Isolation a double-edged sword for West Bank’s Bedouin herders
  • Ecuador coronavirus cases top 22,000 after release of delayed tests
  • Israel to use computer analysis to find likely coronavirus carriers
  • Some ultra-Orthodox Israelis chafe at coronavirus restrictions
  • UK economy could shrink by the most in 300 years in 2020
  • Coronavirus lockdown adds delay to Notre-Dame restoration
  • Chile chides Argentina′s Alberto Fernandez for meddling in its internal affairs
  • Trump says U.S. investigating whether virus came from Wuhan lab
  • Paris Club creditors agree to cancel $1.4 billion of Somali debt
  • French coronavirus death toll close to 22,000: ministry
  • Albania sends 60 more nurses to join coronavirus fight in hard-hit Italy