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  • Sweden tops Europe COVID-19 deaths per capita over last seven days
  • How an Argentine family quarantines inside a sailboat near Rio de Janeiro
  • China-backed AIIB approves $250 million loan for Bangladesh's COVID-19 response
  • Kazakhstan says spread of coronavirus has slowed
  • Pakistani parliament's speaker tests positive for COVID-19
  • Turkey says it is still delivering parts for U.S. F-35 jets
  • Trump denies U.S. role in what Venezuela says was 'mercenary' incursion
  • At least six killed in protests over food distribution in Afghanistan
  • Police arrest 60 at anti-lockdown demonstrations in Berlin: report
  • Norway and Britain negotiators in Brexit talks Thursday: Norway Foreign Ministry
  • 'Corona town': Cuban graffiti depicts anguish, urges courage
  • Russian historian of Stalin-era crimes denied bail amid coronavirus outbreak in jail
  • Riot police deployed as youths set cars ablaze in Paris suburbs
  • 'Freed from prison': Portuguese enjoy easing lockdown
  • WHO says the Americas are new COVID-19 epicenter as deaths surge in Latin America
  • Ignoring social distancing, protesters mock Hong Kong leader Lam on her birthday
  • Italy magistrates open probe after freed aid worker bombarded by hate mail
  • Johnson risks party wrath to back aide who crossed UK during lockdown
  • Armed group in northeast Congo says to lay down weapons
  • Azerbaijan extends lockdown measures until May 31, shops set to reopen
  • China public security ministry pledges to 'direct and support' HK police
  • London streets to go car-free to encourage walking and cycling
  • Burial numbers in Jakarta indicate coronavirus toll is higher than officially reported
  • Colombian President Duque declares new state of emergency to ease pain of virus lockdown
  • Honduran prison brawl leaves six dead, two injured
  • Finland to let restaurants, theatres reopen from June 1 as curbs ease
  • Exclusive: U.S. preparing criminal indictment against wife of Venezuela's Maduro - sources
  • Lebanon fears second coronavirus wave as new infections surge
  • Japan's elderly workers, once key to Abenomics, suffer as pandemic closes businesses
  • Thailand reports seven new coronavirus cases, no new deaths
  • After rumours about health, North Korea state media report Kim Jong Un appearance
  • U.N. delays crucial climate summit for a year, cites pandemic
  • Singapore's health ministry confirms 451 new coronavirus cases
  • Russia looks to U.S. for aid as new coronavirus cases drop to lowest since May 1
  • Thailand reports four new coronavirus cases, one new death
  • UK's Johnson: country at 'most perilous moment' as curbs ease
  • Germany announces gradual easing of border controls
  • UK PM's adviser has been reported to police over lockdown journey: Daily Mirror
  • Mexican coronavirus probe finds dozens of unlicensed retirement homes
  • Turkey eases quarantine restrictions on arrivals from abroad: Anadolu
  • Zurich airport plans robot cleaners, mask dispensers as travel curbs ease
  • Defiant Netanyahu goes on trial in Israel charged with corruption
  • South Korea spy agency says no signs North Korea's Kim received heart surgery
  • Indian train kills 16 workers laid-off in coronavirus lockdown
  • French COVID-19 cases slow and patient tallies continue to fall
  • Northern Ireland sets lockdown exit plan resembling Ireland's, but no timetable
  • Uzbekistan pushes back against Russian criticism over language policy
  • Palestinians easing coronavirus restrictions in West Bank
  • With no deaths, Namibia to further ease coronavirus lockdown
  • UK police to take no action against PM's adviser Cummings: Telegraph
  • Romanian minister calls for migrant labour rethink after slaughterhouse COVID cases
  • With fighter jets and army bands, India's military thank health workers
  • Turkey resumes intercity train services as coronavirus curbs ease
  • Brazil indigenous groups rail at move to allow missionaries among tribes
  • Trump envoy accuses Germany of undermining NATO's nuclear deterrent
  • Ultra-nationalist party stages anti-government protest in Sofia
  • Vietnam determined to save British pilot, avoid its first COVID-19 death
  • Britain unlikely to request Brexit extension: Irish foreign minister
  • Hong Kong court rejects appeal by protest leader Edward Leung
  • Germany's museums, churches, zoos to reopen: reports
  • A bridge too close: Cairo flyover angers residents
  • Brazil registers 965 new coronavirus deaths, confirmed cases hit 347,398
  • China says opposes U.S. THAAD defence system in South Korea
  • Protesters stage day of action against Britain's planned high-speed rail link
  • Eastern Libyan forces pull out of parts of Tripoli
  • Trump says glad to see North Korea's Kim 'back, and well!'
  • Countries must return to public health surveillance in COVID-19 fight: WHO's Ryan
  • UK's Raab: Makes sense to impose quarantine now infection rates falling
  • Libya stops nearly 400 migrants attempting to cross to Europe: IOM
  • UK Supreme Court rules internment of Northern Ireland's Adams unlawful
  • German spy agency doubts U.S. 'China lab' coronavirus accusations: report
  • China commerce ministry says unaware of any North Korea delegation visit
  • Colombia inter-city bus drivers demand to return to work
  • More than 90% of Tokyo hospital beds for COVID-19 patients filled: government
  • India sidesteps Trump offer to mediate on China, says in talks with Beijing
  • Police detain suspected Islamic State follower in Barcelona
  • Major Brazilian cities set lockdowns as virus spreads
  • Colombian factory adds bedrooms for workers as economy slowly reopens
  • WHO warns of 'second peak' in areas where COVID-19 declining
  • Russia reports record daily rise in coronavirus cases after PM's infection
  • Yemen reports nine new coronavirus cases in Aden, two more deaths
  • New Zealand eases coronavirus curbs on public gatherings
  • Trump confident that coronavirus may have originated in Chinese lab
  • Swedish antibody study shows long road to immunity as COVID-19 toll mounts
  • Japan may end Tokyo state of emergency as early as next week: PM
  • Chile's trashpickers say recycling latest casualty of coronavirus
  • Russia reports 9,200 new coronavirus infections
  • Major Brazilian cities set lockdowns as virus spreads
  • Myanmar updates U.N. court on 'confidential' Rohingya measures
  • U.S. assails WHO 'failure' in pandemic, saying it cost 'many lives'
  • Catalan separatists use coronavirus crisis to argue for independence
  • Thailand reports one new coronavirus case, no new deaths
  • Greece to reopen ancient monuments this month as it eases coronavirus ban
  • UK PM Johnson's adviser Cummings says he will 'obviously not' resign
  • Australia's most populous state urges parents to work from home as schools reopen
  • Philippines records 11 new coronavirus deaths, 214 more infections
  • Ramping up COVID-19 testing earlier would have helped the UK, top advisers say
  • France to clamp down on illegal motorbike 'rodeo' rides
  • UK-flagged tanker repulses pirate attack in Gulf of Aden, ship manager says
  • Coronavirus outbreak in Colombia prison sparks fear among officials, families