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  • Dutch military police arrest two men with gun at Schiphol airport
  • Jamaica says one migrant on U.S. deportation flight had coronavirus
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro isolated, weakened by coronavirus denial
  • 'Ridiculous' block-long lines at banks greet Argentine pensioners, at high risk for coronavirus
  • UK to start trials on whether plasma could help COVID-19 patients
  • Guatemala bans internal travel for Easter to curb coronavirus spread
  • Honduras extends curfew by one week in fight against coronavirus
  • Britain committed to continuing talks with EU: PM's spokesman
  • British postman delivers fancy dress joy to isolating residents
  • Russia says U.N. security council members agreed to hold online summit
  • Getting to know you: Life with 10 kids under Hungary's lockdown
  • England's coronavirus hospital death toll rises 765 to 7,248
  • UK coronavirus death toll rises to 11,329, up by 717
  • Hamas arrests Palestinians in Gaza for Zoom video chat with Israelis
  • Exclusive: China sent team including medical experts to advise on North Korea’s Kim
  • North Korea says Pompeo undercuts its interest in restarting talks
  • U.S. flights returning Guatemalan deportees halted after infection report
  • UK cannot confirm when coronavirus antibody test will arrive
  • Anxious Argentines, in coronavirus lockdown, bring therapy couch back home
  • UK PM Johnson joins 'clap for carers' expression of thanks for health workers: spokesman
  • Almost half of French aircraft carrier crew test positive for COVID-19: minister
  • Pope, on eve of summit, urges fractured EU to find unity over coronavirus
  • Pakistani doctors urge government to reimpose mosque restrictions
  • ASEAN ministers to hold special video meeting on coronavirus next Tuesday
  • Thailand extends foreigners' visas as coronavirus cases slow
  • Deported from U.S., man infects 14 migrants with coronavirus in northern Mexico
  • A city traumatized: Lockdown easing, Wuhan residents fret over future
  • Abu Dhabi to re-open bus services Saturday after sterilization
  • WHO chief regrets U.S. move to halt funding, urges unity against pandemic
  • Iranian vessels come dangerously close to American military ships: U.S. military
  • 'Back in the classroom, open your books': Germany cautiously reopens schools
  • Coronavirus curfew creates water shortage for Burkina Faso's poorest
  • Nicaraguan president missing in action for nearly one month and counting
  • Nigeria's northern governors to close Islamic schools due to coronavirus risk
  • Greatest number of England and Wales coronavirus deaths among old, male and infirm: data
  • Singapore records 897 new coronavirus infections
  • Spain coronavirus deaths climb by lowest daily amount in a month
  • China reclassifies dogs as pets, not livestock, in post-virus regulatory push
  • Germany's coronavirus cases rise by 3,609 to 137,439: RKI
  • Exclusive: U.S. investigates child labor in Ivory Coast cocoa supply chains
  • Young Thais join 'Milk Tea Alliance' in online backlash that angers Beijing
  • Virgin Islands at odds with Epstein estate over 'broad' liability releases
  • Two Brazilian governors test positive for coronavirus
  • Albania's coronavirus cases surge for third day in row
  • Italian tenor Bocelli to offer Easter 'prayer' in empty Milan cathedral
  • Fire strikes house of former ECB chief Draghi in Italy's Umbria region: local media
  • Indian doctors fight coronavirus with raincoats, helmets amid lack of equipment
  • Pakistan starts repatriating UAE-based nationals stranded by coronavirus
  • Pompeo: U.S. calls on China to permanently close wildlife wet markets
  • Trump says immigration measure will be in effect for 60 days, will be evaluated afterward
  • Britain's food banks prepare for surge in demand as millions lose their jobs
  • Trump says Americans are praying for British prime minister
  • Airline refutes Mexican authority's account of spring break coronavirus outbreak
  • Wearing face masks, Syria's Assad and Iran's Zarif condemn West at Damascus meeting
  • EU Commission apologises to Italy over coronavirus response, deaths push higher
  • Drug smugglers hide $1.3 million worth of cocaine in UK face mask consignment
  • Chinese citizen journalist resurfaces after going missing in Wuhan
  • Parking lot prayers: Muslims in Jaffa and Jerusalem improvise for Ramadan
  • South Korea's big churches reopen with designated seats, size limits
  • UK PM Johnson continues his recovery from COVID-19
  • Most COVID-19 deaths outside hospital occur at home: UK health minister
  • Britain has to do more to get equipment to health workers: minister
  • North Korean leader Kim not believed to be critically ill: Chinese party source
  • Wedding streamers: Indonesia couple takes big day online to keep coronavirus at bay
  • Hong Kong police break up pro-democracy singing protest at mall
  • Iran partially reopens capital as coronavirus deaths hit one-month low
  • 'The sun will shine again,' Captain Tom, 99, raises millions and the spirits of a nation
  • Italy's daily coronavirus death toll hits one-week low
  • France's Macron 'refuses to see WHO locked into U.S.-China war': Elysee
  • Germans have right to protest during coronavirus pandemic: court
  • UK cancels order for simple ventilators, needs more complex ones: source
  • Germany's coronavirus cases rise by 2,458 to 139,897: RKI
  • China to postpone 'gaokao' college entrance exams due to coronavirus: state media
  • Spain's PM to ask for extension of coronavirus lockdown to May 9
  • Belgian COVID-19 hospital entries at lowest since lockdown start
  • Mass COVID-19 testing underway at stricken Belgian care homes
  • China's Guangzhou says it enforces coronavirus curbs equally for foreigners, citizens
  • U.S. could rethink Iran sanctions in light of coronavirus: Pompeo
  • U.S. welcomes apparent consensus on forming a government in Iraq: Pompeo
  • Putin to hold meeting by video-conference after contact with coronavirus doctor: Kremlin
  • France's coronavirus death toll rises by 369 to 22,614
  • Indian farmers feed strawberries to cattle as lockdown hits transport
  • Italy frets over lockdown, eyes eventual staggered re-opening
  • Learning on the job: French student doctor thrown into coronavirus front line
  • PM Johnson is doing well, expected back at his office shortly - minister
  • UK extends condolences to family of 5-year-old who died from coronavirus
  • Germans told not to lower guard as lockdown is eased
  • U.S. coronavirus supply spree sparks outrage among allies
  • In Singapore, migrant coronavirus cases highlight containment weak link
  • Lockdown exit in France will not be done region by region: presidency
  • Global coronavirus death toll hits 150,000:tally
  • Britain must not ease coronavirus restrictions too soon: Deputy CMO
  • Australia aid plane to Vanuatu delayed as Chinese plane was parked at Port Vila airport
  • Israel's Elbit Systems gets $103 million electronic warfare contract
  • Syria dismisses report that it was behind chemical attacks
  • Coronavirus crisis heaps hardship on Brazilian migrants in Portugal
  • On the margins of Paris, the food bank queues grow longer
  • On Earth Day, pope says nature will not forgive our trespasses
  • Irish restrictions likely in place for weeks: health minister
  • Chinese envoy takes veiled swipe at Trump for politicizing coronavirus