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  • Fearing coronavirus, African city dwellers flee to the countryside
  • China's Zhengzhou reports new imported coronavirus case
  • Taiwan reports 23 new cases of coronavirus, total now 100
  • Go now: Australia tells cruise ships to leave as coronavirus cases rise
  • Jerusalem Friday prayers sees smaller crowds amid partial coronavirus lockdown
  • India locks down its 1.3 billion people to halt coronavirus spread
  • Polish ministers screened for coronavirus after one tests positive
  • Spain's Catalonia limits mass events to 1,000 people due to coronavirus
  • Germans warned: Keep your distance or face a curfew
  • South Korea doubles coronavirus rescue package to $80 billion
  • Japan to order self-quarantine for all travellers from Europe: media
  • Turkey will hire more medics, stop exporting face masks: minister
  • Lockdowns not enough to defeat coronavirus: WHO's Ryan
  • Coronavirus care: Northern Irish supermarket prioritizes older shoppers
  • Jordan's coronavirus cases rise as it moves to cushion economy
  • Montenegro reports first case of corona virus infection
  • Japan coronavirus infections rise to 1,484: NHK
  • 'We are at war' says Spain of its coronavirus efforts, seeking extended state of emergency
  • 'Is that it?': Chinese report into death of doctor who raised coronavirus alarm underwhelms
  • Germany treats first Italians as coronavirus care crosses borders
  • London's homeless stuck on the streets during coronavirus lockdown
  • Uncounted among coronavirus victims, deaths sweep through Italy's nursing homes
  • Italy small town priest deals with death on industrial scale
  • Afghanistan's 'Game of Thrones' jeopardizes peace process
  • Robbers grab 100,000 surgical masks at gunpoint as Ukraine enters shutdown
  • Mexicans wonder if Trump's wall could stop coronavirus spreading south
  • Poland sets up health checks on borders
  • Hezbollah deploys medics, hospitals against coronavirus in Lebanon
  • Shoppers desert UK high streets in coronavirus crisis, footfall down 41%
  • Sudan frees thousands of prisoners as coronavirus precaution
  • EU disapproves of U.S. travel ban, 'taken unilaterally and without consultation'
  • Coronavirus fear: PM Johnson says extensive preparations underway as UK markets plunge
  • France's ADP mulls closing Paris airport terminal due to coronavirus - French radio
  • World Bank moving forward on first $1.7 billion in pandemic aid projects
  • El Salvador president seeks emergency powers to fight coronavirus
  • Factbox: China commodity exchanges act to contain virus-driven volatility
  • Turkey's coronavirus death toll jumps to 75, with 1,196 new cases: minister
  • Italy reports 345 new coronavirus deaths, lifting total death toll to 2,503
  • France considers postponing local elections over virus concern: JDD
  • Putin to address parliament after lawmaker proposes he run for president again: TASS
  • Watching patients die alone breaks doctors' hearts in provincial Italy hospital
  • French state has enough money to pay civil servants through crisis - minister
  • Tokyo man dies from new coronavirus: Kyodo News
  • Iraq cancels Friday prayers in Shi'ite holy city of Kerbala over coronavirus fears
  • Kirsten Hillman named Canada's ambassador to U.S.
  • Church of England suspends public worship over coronavirus
  • Japan's Abe warns coronavirus outbreak could worsen if people don't take proper measures
  • EU clutches at bazooka to stop members going it alone on coronavirus
  • Irish PM's party sees support surge on coronavirus response - poll
  • Communist-run Cuba releases dissident artist after uproar
  • Fearing coronavirus, African city dwellers flee to the countryside
  • England coronavirus death toll rises by 46 to 303: health authorities
  • India's celebration of festival of colors muted amid coronavirus fears
  • Indian state ordered to remove billboards 'naming and shaming' anti-government protesters
  • Number of confirmed coronavirus cases in UK rises to 373
  • China sidesteps spokesman's claim of U.S. role in coronavirus outbreak
  • Slovakia declares state of emergency over coronavirus, orders shop closures
  • World Health Organization calls coronavirus outbreak 'pandemic' for first time
  • French charity MSF deploys coronavirus treatment center in Iran
  • Confined by coronavirus, Spain's self-employed fear worst is yet to come
  • Coronavirus cases surpass 1,000 in Poland, 14 deaths: health minister
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro walks back decree to suspend worker pay amid coronavirus
  • Slovenia closes some Italy border crossings, performs coronavirus checks at others
  • Bulgaria military allowed to use force amid coronavirus curbs
  • China health commission says virus transmission risks remain
  • Iraq stops flights to India and Lebanon over coronavirus
  • Malaysia deploys army as coronavirus curbs spread across Southeast Asia
  • Number of confirmed UK coronavirus cases rises to 319, health ministry says
  • Algerian protest movement faces new threat: coronavirus
  • Baghdad's booksellers won't let coronavirus close them down
  • Austria bans indoor events of more than 100 people, minister says
  • Italy coronavirus deaths rise by 651 in a day, lifting total death toll to 5,476
  • Kyrgyzstan closes borders over coronavirus
  • Kenya, Ethiopia join expanding list of African states with coronavirus
  • Two U.S. service members killed in Iraq during counter-ISIS mission
  • U.N. confirms 10 coronavirus cases among German refugees
  • Italy toughens coronavirus lockdown after death toll soars
  • Singapore reports 23 new cases of coronavirus, taking tally to 455
  • Bolivia closes borders, suspends international flights - government
  • Philippines reports eight new coronavirus deaths, 16 more cases
  • Two rockets fall inside Baghdad's Green Zone: military
  • France's coronavirus death toll close to 50, new restrictions imposed
  • Taliban refuses to talk to new Afghan government negotiators
  • Iran temporarily frees 85,000 from jail including political prisoners
  • Brazil communications secretary, who met Trump, has coronavirus, government says
  • Paris keeps banning gatherings on Seine river banks over coronavirus
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro being tested for coronavirus: Estado de S. Paulo
  • Spain steps up coronavirus measures to 'avoid Italian scenario'
  • First Russian-Turkish patrol on Syrian highway cut short by protests
  • Bolivia coronavirus patient turned away from hospitals; election rallies suspended
  • Slovak president Caputova to appoint new government on March 21
  • East Timor coalition ready to form government led by Xanana Gusmao
  • Thailand reports second coronavirus death, cabinet to meet
  • UK advises against all but essential travel to United States
  • Portugal confirms first coronavirus death, says more to come
  • U.S. wages retaliatory strikes against Iran-backed militia in Iraq
  • Taiwan coronavirus cases jump again, second death reported
  • France's Macron threatened UK entry ban without more stringent measures: report
  • Northern Irish government split on coronavirus measures
  • Belgian Charleroi airport closes from March 24 until April 5