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  • Turkey struggles to ramp up tests as outbreak reaches critical phase
  • Indonesia should 'prepare for the worst' on coronavirus, Red Cross says
  • South Korea reports more recoveries than coronavirus cases for the first time
  • Miscarriage of justice? Family of Libyan Lockerbie bomber can appeal conviction
  • Annual Holocaust remembrance march in Poland postponed over coronavirus
  • Explainer: China's symptom-free coronavirus carriers raise fears of new wave of infections
  • Africa talks tough against coronavirus but many wonder why
  • G20 leaders to convene by video conference on Thursday about coronavirus
  • Irish government asks all pubs to close until March 29
  • Exclusive: Elite hackers target WHO as coronavirus cyberattacks spike
  • UAE orders overnight curfew for deep clean, Gulf coronavirus cases rise
  • Four towns locked down as Spain announces package to tackle coronavirus
  • UAE suspends entry of GCC nationals until approval of pre-examination mechanism: WAM
  • Malta bans travel from four more European countries because of coronavirus
  • Two seriously injured U.S. troops being treated in Baghdad: Pentagon
  • Cruise ship turned away by Malaysia, Thailand over coronavirus to dock in Singapore
  • Denmark extends coronavirus lockdown until April 13
  • Austrian rail operator suspends train connections with Italy
  • 'I was not afraid': Swiss woman, 95, back home after surviving coronavirus
  • Italy's coronavirus deaths surge as Lombardy seeks tougher curbs
  • UK orders 10,000 ventilators from Dyson for coronavirus patients
  • Morocco to restrict movement to slow down coronavirus -government
  • Coronavirus death toll in Italy's Lombardy rises by around 320 in a day: source
  • Czechs returning from 15 high-risk countries must quarantine themselves - foreign minister
  • Italian stock exchange to open as usual on Monday
  • French President to make televised address on March 12, to discuss coronavirus
  • Some Central Americans awaiting U.S. asylum to be allowed legal entry to Mexico
  • Iraq to complain to the U.N. over U.S. air strikes - ministry
  • Ahead of mosque attack anniversary, Twitter targets online polarizations
  • Slovak election winner secures four-party coalition with cabinet deal
  • Guinea referendum backs constitutional changes that may extend president's rule
  • Saudi Arabia intercepts two missiles fired by Yemen's Houthis
  • Greece swears in first female president, no handshakes amid coronavirus
  • Russia confirms coronavirus case in Putin's administration, tightens curbs
  • Slovakia's new government to sharply ramp up coronavirus testing
  • In indigenous Colombia, Venezuelan migration sparks conflict
  • Under emergency law, Jordan seals capital to contain coronavirus
  • Iran to use 20% of state budget to fight coronavirus
  • Malaysia expects coronavirus case tally to surge in mid-April
  • U.S.-led coalition confirms three personnel killed in Iraq rocket attack
  • Factbox: Sports events around the world hit by coronavirus pandemic
  • Belgium to impose coronavirus lockdown from Wednesday
  • Iran's death toll from coronavirus jumps to 1,135: state TV
  • Malaysia's Mahathir says new PM Muhyiddin will win confidence vote
  • Spanish doctors, nurses demand action after coronavirus cases soar
  • Nazi salutes, Molotov cocktails rock massive Mexico women's march
  • Britain, U.S. working with Saudis to repatriate citizens
  • Morocco sentences activist for criticizing judge
  • Army disinfects train stations as Spain's coronavirus death toll doubles
  • Swiss army joins frontline in battle against coronavirus
  • India says 276 citizens have tested positive for coronavirus overseas
  • Colombia to expel four European visitors for violating quarantine
  • Indonesian president vows to use all powers to tackle health, economic woes
  • Hezbollah deploys medics, hospitals against coronavirus in Lebanon
  • Britain asks it citizens to help pick fruit and vegetables
  • Skirmishes in Mexican city as president denies gang leader targeted
  • U.S.-backed Kurdish-led group says militants riot in jail in northeast Syria
  • India shuts cinemas in Mumbai, bars in Bengaluru after coronavirus death
  • How far to cycle? Belgium debates limits in coronavirus lockdown
  • Indonesia should 'prepare for the worst' on coronavirus, Red Cross says
  • Death toll in Iran from coronavirus reaches 429: health official
  • Swiss government, central bank toss cash at coronavirus-hit companies
  • China defends against incoming second wave of coronavirus
  • Head of EU parliament Sassoli in self-isolation as precaution
  • Tunisian beach resorts face up to coronavirus blight
  • Indian guru's tips to ward off coronavirus anger health professionals
  • Jordan's monarch announces state of emergency to combat coronavirus
  • Madrid region to close all schools over coronavirus concerns: report
  • Cambodia reports 10 new cases of coronavirus, bringing total to 47
  • Swiss virus death toll hits 235 as official says worst case scenario `not yet materialized'
  • 'I must keep up people's spirits': Mexico president defends rallies during coronavirus
  • Irish PM says new government can be formed in next two weeks
  • All parts of UK now on emergency footing to fight coronavirus - minister
  • "First we need to stay alive": virus spread dampens Chile's fiery protests
  • Indonesia transport minister confirmed to have coronavirus as cases climb
  • UK sees no need for its own U.S.-style travel ban: finance minister Sunak
  • Merkel tells Germans: Fighting virus demands war-time solidarity
  • Kuwait gears up for coronavirus lockdown, minister urges calm
  • England's chief medical officer says there is a global shortage of coronavirus tests
  • British PM Johnson defeats lawmaker revolt on Huawei's 5G role
  • Mass testing explains Germany's relatively low death rate from coronavirus: virologist
  • South Korea, China, Japan foreign ministers to hold video conference over coronavirus response: Seoul
  • Lebanon extends coronavirus lockdown by two weeks
  • Malaysia says may extend movement curbs, to add stimulus
  • U.S. gives details on Iran sites under scrutiny of U.N. nuclear watchdog
  • Kosovo fears U.S. may pull troops out over Serbia tariff dispute
  • France to close Orly airport on March 31 as pandemic hits traffic
  • China's imported coronavirus cases rise as local infections drop again
  • Tanzanian opposition lawmakers found guilty of making seditious statements
  • 160-year-old Vatican newspaper succumbs to coronavirus
  • Britain seeking 250,000 volunteers to help health service
  • G7 leaders vow to do what it takes to fight coronavirus, support economies
  • Putin asks court if he can amend constitution to run again for president
  • Malaysian PM calls on Mahathir to endorse new government
  • 'We are at war' says Spain of its coronavirus efforts, seeking extended state of emergency
  • Hong Kong church streams mass online to prevent coronavirus spread
  • Philippine president seeks powers over firms, supplies, funds to avert crisis
  • Kabul, Taliban should begin prisoner releases as soon as possible - U.S. envoy
  • Germany plans quarantine for air arrivals from outside EU -Funke media
  • Canada to return irregular migrants crossing border to United States