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  • Coronavirus vaccine possible in about a year, says EU agency
  • Italy's daily coronavirus death toll stable, new cases climb
  • Don't abandon us, we don't transmit coronavirus, say Cairo dogs and cats
  • France demands immediate release of academic sentenced in Iran
  • French Health Minister warns lockdown easing could be reversed
  • Iran says United States yet to respond about prisoner swap
  • Night at the museum: Australian police arrest German student over break-in
  • On budget eve, EU defence money at risk from coronavirus
  • Rockets hit near Baghdad airport, launcher with timer found
  • Brazil suffers record coronavirus deaths, Trump mulls travel ban
  • South Korean cafe hires robot barista to help with social distancing
  • Canada's British Columbia the latest province to unveil restart plan
  • Five coronavirus patients die in Bangladesh hospital fire
  • Minister defends Germany's limited gay therapy ban
  • New Zealand's Ardern stays cool as earthquake strikes during live interview
  • 'Corona town': Cuban graffiti depicts anguish, urges courage
  • Canada, U.S. are likely to extend travel restrictions until June 21
  • French court rejects request to release Rwandan genocide suspect Kabuga
  • Pompeo delays Hong Kong report to see if China acts to 'further undermine' autonomy
  • Slovenia to allow passenger air traffic from Tuesday
  • Portugal ready to welcome back tourists, says government
  • French coronavirus cases jump by 3,325 due to better tracking
  • Venezuela's Maduro vows to raise gasoline price as Iranian tanker nears
  • Tanzania's Magufuli plans to lift coronavirus restrictions
  • Park right of the jet and enjoy the movie: lockdown cinema at empty airport
  • Spokesman for Mexican foreign minister has coronavirus
  • Trump, Erdogan discussed need for 'rapid de-escalation' in Libya: White House
  • Germany can't confirm Merkel will attend G7 in person: spokeswoman
  • Dutch coronavirus cases rise by 317 to 41,087, 86 new deaths: authorities
  • Taiwan eyes further U.S. arms purchases with new anti-ship missile
  • Venezuela's Maduro to seek U.S. extradition of security contractor
  • Global coronavirus cases surpass 5 million, infections rising in South America
  • Construction site fire in South Korea kills at least 38
  • Malta announces gradual lifting of COVID-19 restrictions
  • We want to work with teachers to restart schools: UK PM's spokesman
  • Volunteer army in Indonesia helps fight coronavirus with data, web
  • EU to provide one billion euros for global vaccine search: Von der Leyen
  • British-Australian academic has repeatedly attempted suicide in Iranian jail: rights group
  • France may ease coronavirus curbs on worship earlier than planned: premier
  • Giant 'noble' thiof gives Senegalese fish-lovers crumbs of comfort
  • Philippines has 16 new coronavirus deaths, 262 more infections
  • Germany to start easing border controls from Saturday
  • UK government 'bleeding credibility' over PM's aide, says cabinet member: ITV
  • Singapore reports 682 more coronavirus cases, taking total to 28,038
  • South Korea to boost coronavirus tracing privacy amid fears of backlash
  • Volunteer army in Indonesia helps fight coronavirus with data, web
  • Exclusive: Lesotho's murdered first lady agreed to divorce on day she died - sources
  • Chile′s Pinera says lobbied Trump to seek 'pole position' for vaccine access
  • China's Wuhan says conducted 856,128 COVID-19 tests on Tuesday
  • Philippines records 350 new coronavirus cases, 13 more deaths
  • Germany's Altmaier wants Europe to be less dependent on other countries
  • Antibody test approval is an 'important breakthrough': UK PM's spokesman
  • Shunning virus lockdown, defiant Belarus stages Victory Day parade
  • Singaporean gets four months jail for COVID-19 Facebook post
  • Mother's Day meets peak coronavirus contagion week in Mexico
  • Slovakia records no new coronavirus cases for first time since March 10
  • Portugal's low-income households struggle to survive pandemic
  • Argentine parents, newborn baby separated 8,000 miles by virus
  • Albania to open crèches, land borders, hotel beaches on Monday
  • Aid groups slam U.N. council failure to take coronavirus action
  • How lax rules, missed warnings led to Japan's second coronavirus cruise-ship hot spot
  • Spain plans last emergency decree extension as protests break out
  • Orban's government expects emergency powers to end by early June
  • Italy's daily coronavirus death toll dips, new cases steady
  • Philippines' coronavirus cases surpass 14,000, death toll rises to 868
  • Iran says 10,000 of its health workers infected with coronavirus
  • Minister defends Germany's limited gay therapy ban
  • China parliament sets key meeting for May as COVID-19 epidemic subsides
  • Robots on hand to greet Japanese coronavirus patients in hotels
  • Finland's government to work remotely due to possible coronavirus exposure
  • U.S. assails WHO 'failure' in pandemic, saying it cost 'many lives'
  • Moderate Iran quake kills two, draws many into Tehran streets
  • Coronavirus response boosts approval for Colombia's Duque
  • Afghan Taliban declare three-day Eid ceasefire from Sunday
  • French foreign legion soldier dies after being wounded in Mali
  • Macau gambling king Stanley Ho's family confirms his death at age 98
  • Cuba calls attack on Washington embassy terrorism; police say gunman heard voices
  • China reports four new coronavirus cases in mainland as of end-May 21
  • Poland to test 1,000 miners a day as coronavirus grips coal region
  • Moscow and Washington to resume strategic stability talks soon: RIA cites deputy foreign minister
  • On your bike: Parisians hit cycling lanes to evade virus
  • Singapore's 'hooligan cook' offers free meals for needy during virus lockdown
  • Putin warns global market rivalry rising amid coronavirus pandemic
  • Children of Rwandan genocide fugitive Kabuga led police to Paris-area hideout
  • Rare online outrage in Japan forces Abe to delay controversial bill
  • Egyptians rush to buy treats before Eid al-Fitr curfew
  • Lebanese designers fight coronavirus with fashion face masks
  • Greece to reopen ancient monuments this month as it eases coronavirus ban
  • Facebook reports spike in takedowns of hate speech, terrorism
  • UK PM Johnson gives adviser Cummings his 'full support'
  • Turkey says it is still delivering parts for U.S. F-35 jets
  • Pope praises nurses' role in fighting coronavirus
  • Ireland to press ahead with partial reopening of economy
  • Special Report: How Turkey’s courts turned on Erdogan's foes
  • Poland's PM calls on Senate to speed up work on election legislation
  • Saudi malls fill again as kingdom eases coronavirus closures
  • German study suggests infections are 10 times the number of confirmed cases
  • Yemen's Houthis report first coronavirus case with death in Sanaa hotel
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 1,251 to 168,551: RKI
  • Exams amid the olives for students in coronavirus Italy