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  • Swiss environmentalists demand 'green recovery' after coronavirus
  • Canada 'concerned' about the situation in Hong Kong, calls for dialogue: PM Trudeau
  • Thailand reports three new coronavirus cases, no new deaths
  • DR Congo police crackdown on sect killed 55 in 'bloodbath': Human Rights Watch
  • El Salvador to suspend public transport for 15 days to fight coronavirus
  • Hospitals treating COVID-19 in Mexican capital quickly filling up
  • UK death toll 27,241, opposition Labour leader Starmer says
  • At least one passenger survived Pakistan plane crash: government official
  • Xi makes high-stakes power play in move to subdue Hong Kong
  • Italy to reopen shops, restaurants as lockdown eases further
  • Some 10,000 Iranian health workers infected with coronavirus: state media
  • Zimbabweans in South Africa use app to send food home after border restrictions
  • Spain coronavirus tally stabilises but economic cost high
  • Europe flooded with cocaine despite coronavirus trade disruptions
  • Revered Holy Land churches reopen, but some restrictions remain
  • Philippine leader answers call of workers begging to go home
  • 'Gathering to kill me': Coronavirus patients in Haiti fear attacks, harassment
  • Macau gambling king Stanley Ho's family confirms his death at age 98
  • Romanian Church condemns posters depicting doctors and nurses as saints
  • Coronavirus 'not a pandemic in Pakistan' says top court, ordering curbs lifted
  • Israel plans thousands of new settler homes ahead of Pompeo visit
  • England's COVID-19 hospital death toll rises 370 to 20,853
  • Japan COVID-19 doctors lack fresh masks, hazard pay-union survey
  • Ukrainian workers start returning to Poland as lockdown eases
  • Ecuador indigenous community fears extinction from COVID-19
  • Czechs will not need masks when in open spaces from May 25: government
  • Exclusive: Large number of COVID-19 cases among Afghan medics spark alarm in Kabul
  • France says 166 more deaths from COVID-19 taking toll to 24,760
  • Palestinian rock-thrower kills Israeli soldier in West Bank: military
  • Mexico details note to U.S. over Obama-era gun-running row
  • 'He wouldn't say a word' - Rwanda genocide fugitive lived incognito in Paris
  • China's top disease control official accepts criticism of coronavirus response
  • Youths clash with police in Paris suburb of Argenteuil
  • Turkey's coronavirus death toll reaches 4,000: health minister
  • Singapore hawker won't let virus write 'tragic' end to family business
  • France to keep borders closed until at least June 15, interior minister says
  • Thailand reports two new coronavirus cases, no additional deaths
  • Brazil's largest city Sao Paulo starts reopening, mayor urges people to keep social distancing
  • We will hold PM Johnson to his new testing target: UK's Labour
  • In letter to Trump, Turkey's Erdogan urges better U.S. understanding
  • Pakistan to start easing lockdown amid sharp coronavirus spread
  • Pompeo delays Hong Kong report to see if China acts to 'further undermine' autonomy
  • Bangkok's street food hub of Chinatown comes alive as lockdown eases
  • Coronavirus patients flood hospitals in Indonesia's second-largest city
  • Taliban blow up police chief in latest Afghanistan attack
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 793 to 162,496: RKI
  • South Korea investigators comb digital data to trace club coronavirus cluster
  • Coronavirus pandemic is pushing up the price of illegal drugs, U.N. says
  • China calls U.S. accusation of hacking in COVID-19 research "slander"
  • UK COVID-19 death toll rises 282 to 36,675
  • Ireland to review 14-day quarantine for travellers on June 18
  • Kyrgyz court upholds life sentence for dissident who received U.S. rights award
  • More people hit China roads in first major holiday since coronavirus easing
  • Russia preparing for three-stage easing of coronavirus restrictions
  • Colombian police use drones to detect high body temperatures
  • Explainer: South Korean findings suggest 'reinfected' coronavirus cases are false positives
  • U.S. Supreme Court heaps more damages on Sudan in embassy bombing cases
  • Global coronavirus death toll exceeds 300,000:tally
  • Australia's most populous state to relax restrictions on restaurants, cafes
  • British police arrest 19 at London protest against social distancing
  • Avalanche kills skier in northern Italy: alpine rescue
  • Construction site fire in South Korea kills at least 38
  • A fifth of French think Le Pen would do better job than Macron: poll
  • Deaf Belgians demand transparent masks for lip-reading during coronavirus
  • Cuba credits two drugs with slashing coronavirus death toll
  • Stranded overseas, Chinese vent anger on aviation regulator
  • Taiwan rebuffs WHO, says China has no right to represent it
  • Panama to relax coronavirus measures in second stage of re-opening
  • Out-of-work Thai chefs cook for others made jobless by virus crisis
  • New Nepal map hardens position over land disputed with India
  • UK PM Johnson's adviser Cummings says he will 'obviously not' resign
  • Taliban attack military centre in Afghanistan, casualties reported
  • Japan may lift Tokyo state of emergency as early as next week: PM
  • Murder case claims turbulent career of veteran Lesotho PM
  • France considers holding final round of local elections at end of June
  • Without naming Libya's Haftar, France says unilateral action won't solve conflict
  • After retesting samples, French hospital discovers COVID-19 case from December
  • Japan to seek extradition of men arrested in U.S. over Ghosn escape
  • Ivory Coast PM to spend weeks in France on medical rest after heart exam
  • Beaches, parks busy as Europe heat wave and U.S. spring test new coronavirus rules
  • India extends lockdown to May 31, to relax rules in some areas
  • Morocco extends coronavirus lockdown to June 10
  • Iranian warship hit by missile in training accident, killing 19 sailors
  • Tokyo reports 36 new cases of coronavirus infection on Saturday: TV Asahi
  • Russia: No U.S. mention of extending START treaty during recent talks - RIA
  • Germany announces gradual easing of border controls
  • EU resolution on pandemic adopted at WHO assembly: official
  • Iran's OPEC governor dies after brain haemorrhage
  • Spaniards to stroll out of lockdown as temporary hospital, symbol of pandemic battle, closes
  • France sees Syria scenario being replicated in Libya: minister
  • Mexican families protest at hospital hit by coronavirus
  • Tabloid wins initial battle in privacy action by UK's Duchess Meghan
  • Final round of French local elections due on June 28: BFM TV
  • Canada vows changes in senior care after military shines spotlight on shortfalls
  • Hundreds of thousands evacuated as India, Bangladesh brace for super cyclone
  • German government, regions tussle over reopening from lockdowns
  • UK envoy in Washington backs probe into origins of pandemic, WHO reforms
  • Coronavirus reproduction rate below one in most of France: minister
  • France, favourite vacation destination for so many, looks inwards to save summer
  • U.S. says does not accept at 'face value' what Venezuela says was armed incursion