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  • China's new coronavirus cases rise to near six-week high
  • Fires near Chernobyl pose 'no risk to human health', IAEA says
  • Bosnian region eases lockdown on seniors, children after court ruling
  • Colombia quarantine brings evictions for Bogota's poorest
  • Pass the salt: The minute details that helped Germany build virus defences
  • Russia reports 1,667 new coronavirus cases in last day
  • Finland PM to work from home as precaution against coronavirus
  • Russia's confirmed coronavirus cases reach 58,000
  • WHO's Tedros sends best wishes to UK's Johnson suffering COVID-19
  • Indonesia confirms 149 new coronavirus infections, taking total to 1,677
  • Trump says immigration measure will be in effect for 60 days, will be evaluated afterward
  • Congo records second Ebola death in days: WHO
  • India set to ship drug sought by Trump for coronavirus
  • Quarantine a headache for Polish healthcare commuters in east Germany
  • Czech lawmakers extend state of emergency until April 30
  • U.S. Navy relieves aircraft carrier commander who wrote letter urging coronavirus action
  • UK and EU agree three negotiating rounds for post-Brexit deal
  • Head of EU's top science body quits amid coronavirus controversy
  • Malaysia reports 85 new coronavirus cases, with one new death
  • South Korea relaxes some social distancing rules as new virus cases fall
  • Trump and Turkey's Erdogan agree cooperation against coronavirus: Turkish presidency
  • State minister says India set to extend nationwide lockdown to tackle coronavirus
  • South Africa's COVID-19 crisis strengthens Ramaphosa's economic reform hand
  • Islam's holiest sites emptied by coronavirus crisis as Ramadan begins
  • UK nowhere near lifting coronavirus lockdown: London mayor
  • Panama posts nearly 200 new coronavirus cases, extends flights ban
  • Prince Harry pays tribute to parents of seriously ill children in virus lockdown
  • Children's drawings from lockdown show the world what they miss most
  • Chile plans 'release certificates' for recovered coronavirus patients
  • Freed from strict lockdown New Zealanders head to fast food outlets, beaches
  • Scammers try to cash in on lockdown passes in virus-hit Moscow
  • Britons holed up in Kosovo due to coronavirus lockdown
  • Italy's daily coronavirus death toll lowest since March 19, but new cases rise
  • Kiev photographer works around lockdown with video photo shoots
  • Ireland likely to extend shutdown as coronavirus toll rises
  • U.S. says China should stop 'bullying behaviour' in South China Sea
  • Etihad to operate special flights to Europe, Japan this month: statement
  • 'There's no better present': Chinese businesses send masks to European clients
  • Australia asks China to explain 'economic coercion' threat in coronavirus row
  • UK PM Johnson stays in isolation as Queen prepares to address the nation
  • Ex-Georgian president Saakashvili poised for another political comeback in Ukraine
  • Pakistan court set to free four accused in Daniel Pearl killing
  • China sees return of coronavirus cases in northwest, warns against overseas travel
  • Testing times for India in race to head off coronavirus epidemic
  • Empty resorts spell long crisis for Caribbean as coronavirus hits
  • In overcrowded cells, Bahrain's political prisoners fear coronavirus threat
  • Japan prime minister criticised as tone deaf after lounge-at-home Twitter video
  • Factbox: France's blueprint for emerging from coronavirus lockdown
  • U.N. raises alarm about police brutality in lockdowns
  • French public to get reusable textile masks for coronavirus protection
  • Germany eases out of coronavirus lockdown with partial opening of shops, schools
  • Singapore races to build beds for COVID-19 patients as cases surge
  • Taiwan says Chinese carrier group has ended South China Sea mission
  • 'May the quarantine work': Bogota's emergency services swamped by COVID-19
  • Ireland not yet ready to ease coronavirus restrictions: health chief
  • Tajik reporter jailed for quoting Muslim Brotherhood leaders
  • Faulty masks for pregnant women are latest problem for Japan's government
  • Trump says he will suspend all immigration into U.S. over coronavirus
  • UK has conducted 18,000 coronavirus tests in 24 hours: PM's spokesman
  • Prince Charles and his wife join UK round of applause for carers
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says hopes coronavirus quarantine measures end this week
  • Iran says it puts first military satellite into orbit, triggers U.S. condemnation
  • Canada police accused of poor communication during Nova Scotia mass shooting
  • France's Macron extends coronavirus lockdown until May 11
  • French coronavirus cases jump above China's after including nursing home tally
  • Libyan forces loyal to Tripoli government try to build on military momentum
  • Philippines records 18 new coronavirus deaths, 284 more cases
  • In Libya, water cuts add to misery of conflict and coronavirus
  • China removes vice director of Hong Kong liaison office from post
  • Slovakia closes off five Roma settlements due to coronavirus
  • South Korea's big churches reopen with designated seats, size limits
  • Death stalks French nursing home, where corpses lie in rooms
  • Iran extends Zaghari-Ratcliffe's temporary release: lawyer
  • African nations to get ventilators from Jack Ma foundation, stress need for WHO help
  • Vietnam challenges China's monopoly on virus diplomacy
  • Guards chief: U.S. warships will be destroyed if they threaten Iran in Gulf
  • U.S. naval coalition creates insecurity in the Gulf: Iran military statement
  • Number of French people in ICU for coronavirus falls for the first time
  • Protests reignite in Chile amid coronavirus outbreak, 14 arrested
  • Car rams two police motorcyclists in Paris suburb
  • Pompeo says not time for retribution against China over virus
  • UK pledges 200 million pounds in aid to help stop second coronavirus wave
  • Bulgaria bans entry to foreigners from almost all the world over coronavirus
  • Your COVID-19 healthcare questions, answered
  • China reclassifies dogs as pets, not livestock, in post-virus regulatory push
  • Georgia PM declares curfew starting Tuesday to halt coronavirus spread
  • Australia says coronavirus restrictions to continue at least four more weeks
  • Police get tough on French holidaymakers trying to break virus lockdown
  • New Zealand cites new deaths in case against lifting coronavirus lockdown
  • Hong Kong security chief warns of rising risk of 'home-grown terrorism'
  • Iran says natgas exports to Turkey halted after attack by "terrorists"
  • Boris Johnson says medics saved his life as UK deaths pass 10,000 mark
  • European tourism scrambles to salvage summer as lockdowns ease
  • Ramadan prayers banned at Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque due to virus
  • UK coronavirus deaths could reach 7,000 to 20,000: Ferguson
  • South Africa's Ramaphosa pledges COVID-19 rescue package worth 10% of GDP
  • Tokyo seeks shop shutdowns, Kyoto warns tourists away as coronavirus threatens Japan economy
  • UAE announces $5,500 fine for spreading unauthorised coronavirus information
  • Coronavirus infects 29 medical workers at Mexico hospital
  • Malaysia's indigenous people flee into forests to escape coronavirus