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  • Britain has Europe's second highest COVID-19 death toll, new figures show
  • Pakistan excludes religious sect from minority commission
  • Swiss doctor taps his past to help Zurich meet PPE needs
  • Protesters demand closure of LG Polymers plant in India after toxic gas leak
  • Turkey's coronavirus death toll rises to 3,397: ministry
  • U.S. will use 'every tool' to secure release if any Americans held in Venezuela: Pompeo
  • Malaysia detains hundreds of refugees and migrants during virus lockdown: rights groups
  • Taiwan president pledges humanitarian relief for Hong Kongers
  • Hezbollah: Germany bowing to U.S. will with ban
  • Polish schools may remain closed until the end of June
  • In letter to Trump, Turkey's Erdogan urges better U.S. understanding
  • Strong Indonesia undersea quake causes panic, no tsunami risk
  • Lebanon cities erupt against economic hardship, one protester killed in Tripoli
  • Nairobi hair salon defies pandemic with 'coronavirus' style
  • Bosnia and Croatia arrest eight suspected migrant smugglers
  • Romanian minister calls for migrant labour rethink after slaughterhouse COVID cases
  • China banks' HK arms try to rally staff support for security law
  • UK still a long way from agreeing EU trade deal, negotiator says
  • Death toll in Peru prison riot over coronavirus demands rises to nine
  • Indonesia reports 479 new coronavirus cases
  • UK PM Johnson's 200,000 daily COVID tests goal is 'an operational target': spokesman
  • Swabbers Wanted: Singapore recruits virus testers as cases climb
  • UK closes embassy, pulls diplomats from North Korea over coronavirus restrictions
  • WHO oversight body backs pandemic review, suggests reforms
  • Privacy activist Schrems calls on EU authorities to get Irish watchdog moving
  • Ireland to consider easing restrictions every 2-4 weeks, PM says
  • Pompeo says no sight of North Korea's Kim, real risk of famine in country
  • Boost for bikes as Europeans gear up for coronavirus commute
  • Mexico urges U.S. to probe of 'all' officials with ties to ex-minister
  • France considers holding final round of local elections at end of June
  • White House limits travel to U.S. from Brazil due to coronavirus
  • Hungary's Sziget and other festivals cancelled, schools stay shut
  • U.S. to end sanctions waivers allowing some work at Iran nuclear sites
  • Switzerland seeks medical furlough extension of American detained by Iran: Pompeo
  • UK coronavirus death toll rises 384 to 33,998: government
  • Ireland's Fianna Fail aims to complete government talks by end-May
  • Canadian province of Quebec begins gradual reopening, except for city of Montreal
  • Stop! French philosopher Latour urges no return to pre-lockdown normal
  • Japan's beloved manga assassin becomes the latest coronavirus fatality
  • Ecuador has stabilized number of new coronavirus cases: president
  • No end to UK lockdown but some measures will be eased, says PM Johnson
  • Britain to provide anti-viral drug remdesivir to some COVID-19 patients
  • French COVID-19 tracing app to be available from June 2: PM
  • Kyrgyzstan to lift most coronavirus-linked restrictions
  • Asia coronavirus cases hit 250,000 but pace much slower than U.S., Europe
  • Pompeo says no sight of North Korea's Kim, real risk of famine in country
  • India extends lockdown by two weeks, but loosens measures in lower-risk areas
  • Coronavirus no excuse to block peace monitoring in Eastern Ukraine: foreign ministers
  • Hong Kong and Beijing officials defend security laws, citing threat of terrorism
  • Australian jailed for 2007 murder in Bulgaria closer to freedom
  • White House says late-June G7 summit would be great reopening example
  • How coronavirus cleared Southeast Asia's traffic jams
  • France's Macron open to travelling to U.S. for G7 if epidemic allows
  • Malaysia detains hundreds of refugees and migrants during virus lockdown: rights groups
  • Hospital in English tourist town stops taking patients due to COVID spike
  • Madagascar records its first COVID-19 death -official
  • Cambodian official says human rights 'need to be put aside' in drug war
  • Dutch schools, cafes and museums to reopen in June
  • Airline SAS to require face masks on all flights
  • U.S. Navy to carry out deeper review of coronavirus-hit ship
  • Japan's Abe wants to build ventilators that hospitals probably don't need
  • Exclusive: Trump says China wants him to lose his re-election bid
  • UK rail worker died after being spat at by 'COVID carrier': union
  • China says non-peaceful action on Taiwan is last resort
  • Hong Kong government will accept police watchdog recommendations, says Lam
  • Total coronavirus cases in Brazil rise above 100,000
  • Vatican, Italy resume public church services as lockdown eases
  • U.S., European trade groups press China to reallow entry
  • Vatican Museums, Holy See's cash cow, to reopen from June 1
  • Polish schools may remain closed until the end of June
  • As Delhi families bury coronavirus victims, a gravedigger watches on
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 1,639; deaths up 193: RKI
  • Austrian-German border to fully reopen in a month, Austria says
  • Only 'remote' chance of recertifying Hong Kong autonomy in future, Pompeo says
  • Singapore reports 465 new coronavirus cases, reports one additional death
  • China premier says security law will support HK stability, security
  • Mexico orders probe into alleged graft linked to ex-president
  • Factbox: How to travel in Europe in the era of coronavirus
  • Singapore's health ministry confirms 642 more coronavirus cases
  • Captain Tom made honorary member of England team on 100th birthday
  • Final round of French local elections due on June 28: BFM TV
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says he expects top court to end probe into his conduct over police
  • Slovenian cyclists stage anti-government coronavirus protest
  • UK health official expects rapid rollout of Roche antibody test
  • French foreign legion soldier dies after being wounded in Mali
  • Africa disease centre rejects Tanzania's allegation that its coronavirus tests faulty
  • New date for intra-Afghan peace talks under discussion, Khalilzad says
  • El Salvador's president extends lockdown, crimping law allowing restart of economy
  • Malaysia reports 68 new coronavirus cases with no new deaths
  • Egypt tightens coronavirus restrictions for Eid holiday
  • Russia's culture minister tests positive for coronavirus: TASS
  • UK will increase visa rights if China pursues Hong Kong security law: BBC
  • Reopening schools in Denmark did not worsen outbreak, data shows
  • Austrian-German border to fully reopen in a month, Austria says
  • Iranian 107-year-old woman recovers from coronavirus - Fars
  • Philippines tries transport test run to prepare for commuter chaos
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 798 to 171,306: RKI
  • Philippines reports 18 new coronavirus deaths, 380 more infections
  • China's parliament approves Hong Kong national security bill
  • Taiwan says its people won't choose dictatorship