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  • German minister: We need a law to ensure supply of medicines in future
  • Venezuela fuel shortages hinder food delivery amid coronavirus quarantine
  • Indonesia virus death toll rises to highest in Asia outside China
  • Latin America animal lovers rush to aid pets abandoned amid coronavirus
  • China's Heilongjiang reports 79 new imported coronavirus cases: CCTV
  • Italy's daily coronavirus death toll climbs by 602
  • EU ministers agree half a trillion euro coronavirus rescue plan
  • Poland tightens restrictions further against coronavirus
  • Gunmen kill 25 soldiers in north Mali attack: army spokesman
  • Iran's coronavirus death toll rises to 3,294: Health Ministry
  • Middle East still has chance to scale up coronavirus response: WHO
  • China will step up prevention and control of asymptomatic coronavirus cases
  • U.S. immigration officials evaluate vulnerable detainees for possible release amid pandemic
  • Czech government seeks state of emergency extension until May 25: CTK news agency
  • Britons make a noise for their health workers with weekly applause
  • Sun, sea, sand and space as coronavirus empties Asia's beaches
  • Questioning by Zoom, welcome to Britain's new 'hybrid' parliament
  • England coronavirus death toll rises 159 to 1,284
  • One in three UK households expects to need state help to weather coronavirus: survey
  • 'Still at the beginning': Merkel asks Germans for resilience in coronavirus battle
  • Fearing new virus wave, France refines end of lockdown plans
  • East Libya has expelled 1,400 refugees and migrants this year: U.N.
  • Dutch PM Rutte says schools, restaurants to stay shut till April 28
  • Belgium says COVID-19 peak passed, starts looking at lockdown exit
  • In Syria camp fearing coronavirus, young teachers adapt again
  • Turkey's prisoner release should not exclude political detainees: rights groups
  • 'We need life again'; Germans rush to reopened shops but Merkel worries
  • New York, California and other states plan for reopening as coronavirus crisis eases
  • China may be keeping coronavirus data for commercial gain: Trump adviser
  • Ireland not yet ready to ease coronavirus restrictions: health chief
  • Austria plans to test all retirement home residents for coronavirus
  • Venezuelan man shot dead amid protests over shortages, NGO says
  • UK government will not commit to a public inquiry on coronavirus response
  • Austrian coronavirus infection growth slows significantly: health ministry
  • Dutch PM Rutte: deal possible today on European aid package
  • Inspired by Mother Teresa, Kenyan safari operator feeds 24,000 families
  • 'The U.S. is praying for you', Melania Trump tells UK PM Johnson's pregnant fiancée
  • Malaysia turns to coronavirus antibody tests to supplement laboratory checks
  • UK nowhere near lifting coronavirus lockdown: London mayor
  • Austria plans to test all retirement home residents for coronavirus
  • Panama registers 1,475 coronavirus cases, 37 deaths
  • UK coronavirus cases not accelerating but too early to call a peak: chief science adviser
  • Exclusive: U.S. investigates child labor in Ivory Coast cocoa supply chains
  • Saudi top religious authority recommends home prayers in Ramadan amid coronavirus
  • Canada to press U.S. further on medical supplies, Trudeau says
  • Parisians banned from outdoor sports between 10am and 7pm
  • Germany's coronavirus cases rise by 2,082, deaths by 170: RKI
  • Japan PM Abe backs WHO on coronavirus, in contrast with ally Trump
  • UK consortium targets 1,500 ventilators per week in race against time
  • Moroccan companies begin ventilator production
  • Putin says coronavirus crisis under full control despite record rise in cases
  • Germany's far-right AfD scolds co-leader for suggesting split
  • Singapore confirms 799 new coronavirus cases
  • Russia reports record daily rise in coronavirus cases
  • Global coronavirus deaths top 50,000 - Johns Hopkins tally
  • Brazil's health minister holds job in clash with Bolsonaro
  • Ukraine parliament fails to appoint new finance minister, approve revised budget
  • Greatest number of England and Wales coronavirus deaths among old, male and infirm: data
  • Rights group accuses Burkina security forces of killing 31 unarmed detainees
  • Amid criticism, Macron vows to raise medical gear output to tackle coronavirus
  • 'Air on your face': Spanish children get outside for first time in six weeks
  • China unveils name of first Mars exploration mission
  • With over a million coronavirus cases, economic freefall looms
  • Italy coronavirus death rate slows but studies suggest true tally higher
  • Thailand reports 38 new coronavirus infections, one death
  • Trump order temporarily limits U.S. immigration during coronavirus crisis
  • Bavarian town's 17th century vow has spared it from coronavirus, pastor says
  • Britain to stick with lockdown for now despite economic pressure: minister
  • Cyprus extends coronavirus flight ban to May 17
  • UK Jewish Chronicle owner battles to save titles after collapse
  • New Zealand cites new deaths in case against lifting coronavirus lockdown
  • Some Syrians prefer ruined homes to crowded camps
  • Cotton Campaign says too early to lift Uzbek boycott
  • Prince Charles and his wife join UK round of applause for carers
  • Indonesia reports most coronavirus cases in Southeast Asia
  • Thousands of Central Americans detained for flaunting coronavirus rules
  • South Africa to increase welfare provision over coronavirus: Ramaphosa
  • Japan's coronavirus panel to meet at 0500 GMT: Nikkei
  • Under pressure, UK government promises 100,000 daily coronavirus tests
  • 'Don't target doctors': Indian medics say coronavirus critics being muzzled
  • Promising 'better days,' Macron extends France's lockdown until May 11
  • Malaysia reports 153 new coronavirus cases with 3 new deaths
  • Bipartisan U.S. Senate report backs spy agencies' findings on Russia
  • Bulgarian Christians celebrate Easter amid coronavirus outbreak
  • South Korea says North Korea's Kim is not seriously ill: Yonhap
  • Exclusive: Hackers linked to Iran target WHO staff emails during coronavirus - sources
  • Austria says EU deal should not be a back door to coronabonds
  • South Korea's emergency exercise in December facilitated coronavirus testing, containment
  • British PM's pregnant fiancee speaks of "very dark times" while he was in hospital
  • Indonesia may start new holiday to replace Eid exodus amid COVID-19 concerns
  • France passes 4,000 coronavirus deaths, no end of lockdown in sight
  • U.N. Yemen envoy expects warring parties to agree truce in 'immediate future'
  • Africa's megacity Lagos braces for two-week coronavirus lockdown
  • Taiwan reports no new coronavirus cases for first time in a month
  • France likely to unwind lockdown gradually: PM
  • U.S. gives $5 million to Palestinians amid pandemic, after years of aid cuts
  • Singapore reports 75 new coronavirus cases in biggest daily rise
  • Cambodia adopts law to allow for emergency powers to tackle coronavirus
  • Trudeau says 'more normal' phase of Canada's coronavirus fight could come in summer
  • UK police chided for overzealous response to coronavirus lockdown