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  • Indonesia reports 489 new coronavirus cases, 59 new deaths
  • Malaysia reports 30 new coronavirus cases and one death
  • China does not seem to understand independence of Canada's judiciary: Trudeau
  • Iran allows prayer gatherings in areas seen as low coronavirus risk
  • China says WHO chief has done a good job
  • At least 17 prisoners killed in riot at Venezuelan jail: military
  • Britain hits coronavirus testing target as death toll leaps again
  • China parliament advances Hong Kong security law as U.S. tensions rise
  • Poland's electoral commission confirms Sunday election won't happen
  • Yemen's emergency coronavirus committee declares Aden an infested city
  • India extends lockdown by two weeks, but loosens measures in lower-risk areas
  • Turkey says UAE spreading chaos in Middle East
  • Australians urged to avoid rush hour crush in return to work
  • London commute is going to be very different, transport operator says
  • Austria insists on virus aid loans instead of grants: Die Presse
  • UK PM Johnson says 275 health and social care workers have died from COVID-19
  • Top U.S. general: 'We don't know' if coronavirus emerged from Chinese lab
  • Southern Africa bloc backs Mozambique in fight against insurgents
  • U.N. chief suggests world leaders send videos for annual meeting
  • Most of Spain has virus contagion 'R' number below one: health official
  • Rare snow leopards spotted near Kazakh city amid lockdown
  • Nepali Sherpas wait, grow potatoes as Himalayas remain closed due to coronavirus
  • UK's confirmed COVID-19 death toll rises by 494 to 33,186
  • Spain plans last emergency decree extension as protests break out
  • China reports no new coronavirus cases for first time since pandemic began
  • Gaza girl, 13, teaches neighbourhood children during school closure
  • U.N. delays crucial climate summit for a year, cites pandemic
  • 'Test and trace' has worked for us, Ghana's president says
  • UK 'Colonel' Tom's fundraising total exceeds $37 million
  • Hong Kong reports first locally transmitted coronavirus cases in weeks
  • Greece reopens cafes, restaurants as summer season nears
  • Saudi Arabian airlines to resume some domestic flights from May 31
  • Nearly 50 migrants plucked from waters off Spain's Gran Canaria
  • U.S. expected to deport Iranian professor acquitted of sanctions busting: officials
  • Trump says considering travel ban on Brazil over coronavirus
  • 'Never give up, never despair': Queen praises Britons on VE Day
  • Trump offers to mediate 'raging' India-China border dispute
  • Australia, New Zealand start work on plan for travel between them
  • Nigeria to begin 'phased and gradual' easing of lockdowns in Lagos, Abuja
  • UK 'Colonel' Tom's fundraising total exceeds $37 million
  • Exclusive: Huge fentanyl haul seized in Asia's biggest-ever drugs bust
  • Fundamental issue for Britain in EU talks is to set own laws: negotiator
  • Russian hospital to stop using certain ventilators until fire investigation completed: TASS
  • Premier Li: China always opposes external interference on Taiwan
  • Yemen reports nine new coronavirus cases in Aden, two more deaths
  • Tunisia allows Turkish medical aid plane to land for Libyans
  • Indonesia announces 260 coronavirus cases, 11 deaths
  • China reports four new coronavirus cases in mainland as of end-May 21
  • Exclusive: Ukraine's anti-graft bureau probes state tender for medical suits
  • Forget propping up the bar in the pub for a bit, UK's Gove says
  • South Sudan's Kiir, Machar differ over states, jeopardising unity government
  • India's plans airlift for 400,000 stranded abroad by virus travel restrictions
  • Danish malls and restaurants to reopen next as virus lockdown eases
  • Gas leak at South Korea-owned factory in India kills 11, hundreds hospitalized
  • Lesotho PM Thabane's signature is on deal to dissolve government:witness
  • Ireland's Fianna Fail aims to complete government talks by end-May
  • Virtual Cheers! Japan's 'nomikai' goes online for coronavirus time
  • Slovenia to tighten border controls for some visitors amid lockdown easing
  • UK to introduce quarantine for international arrivals from June 8
  • Rare snow leopards spotted near Kazakh city amid lockdown
  • China reports two new coronavirus cases versus one a day earlier
  • Italy warns EU states not to forge limited tourist pacts
  • Crossing points on divided Cyprus will gradually open from June 8
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 1,251 to 168,551: RKI
  • Ivory Coast army joins Burkina Faso in anti-jihadist operation
  • Russia says many coronavirus patients died of other causes. Some disagree
  • U.S. believes many Chinese labs doing contagious pathogen work under unknown security: Pompeo
  • Northern Ireland says 'no headroom' to lift COVID-19 restrictions now
  • Malaysia reports 69 new coronavirus cases with 1 new death
  • As China pushes back on virus, Europe wakes to 'Wolf Warrior' diplomacy
  • Sudanese coronavirus committee recommends lockdown extension in Khartoum state
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman tests positive for coronavirus
  • Taiwan says it did not receive WHO meeting invite, issue off the table for now
  • Few masks in packed Burkina Faso mosques as coronavirus ban lifted
  • Philippines reports six coronavirus deaths, 180 more cases
  • First Hong Kong protester to admit 'rioting' gets four years' jail
  • Smiling Czechs ditch masks and return to restaurants and schools
  • Poland to reopen hotels and shopping malls on May 4
  • More people hit China roads in first major holiday since coronavirus easing
  • U.S. military says Russia deployed fighter jets to Libya
  • Germans stage protests against lockdown measures, social distancing rules
  • Spain’s coronavirus death toll climbs by 48
  • Italy's daily coronavirus death toll rises, but fewer new cases
  • Israel signs deal to lease drones to Greece for border defence
  • Pakistan prepares to ease coronavirus curbs with infections below projections
  • Arise, Sir Tom: veteran hopes queen is not 'heavy' with the sword
  • Colombia says over 52,000 Venezuelans return home, cites lockdown
  • China says will act against foreign interference to Hong Kong law
  • Child labour, marriages on rise in Yemen as COVID spreads: U.N. agency
  • Spain aims to reopen borders in June as deaths fall again
  • Canada province hit worst by coronavirus aims to slowly restart economy in May
  • WHO fears 'silent' virus epidemic unless Africa prioritizes testing
  • Dozens of Rohingya from stranded boat land in southern Bangladesh: official says
  • Thailand reports 11 new coronavirus cases, no new deaths
  • Yemen reports first three coronavirus cases, one death in Lahaj province
  • Hospital in English tourist town stops taking patients due to COVID spike
  • Russia preparing for three-stage easing of coronavirus restrictions
  • Indian court seeks government reply over challenge to mandatory coronavirus app
  • Postal workers raise alarm over hasty Polish mail vote
  • Portugal ready to welcome back tourists, says government