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  • Suspect charged in Denmark with preparing Islamist attack
  • Large contingent of Cuban doctors help Mexico with coronavirus: sources
  • In Mexico, one of world's biggest food markets stirs unease about infections
  • UK PM Johnson vows 'world-beating' track and trace COVID system by June 1
  • Merkel urges fellow leaders to contribute more to multilateral organisations
  • Portugal relaxes coronavirus lockdown with 'sector-by-sector' plan
  • Hungary's Sziget and other festivals cancelled, schools stay shut
  • Denmark to let cross-border couples meet again
  • China says willing to help North Korea in fight against virus
  • Pompeo pushes China to provide access to Wuhan labs over coronavirus outbreak
  • Zimbabwe pleads with foreign lenders to prevent coronavirus 'catastrophe'
  • Yemen's Houthis report first coronavirus case with death in Sanaa hotel
  • China's defence budget likely to grow despite economic cost of coronavirus
  • New coronavirus spread swiftly around world from late 2019, study finds
  • Snaking queues at Jakarta airport as crowds ignore distancing rules
  • Britons fear leaving homes even if lockdown lifted, poll shows
  • Suicide bomber kills, wounds scores in Afghanistan at funeral for policeman
  • Thailand reports six new coronavirus cases, no new deaths
  • Venezuela announces border curfews as coronavirus cases jump
  • Thailand reports seven new coronavirus cases, no new deaths
  • France defends equal access to any vaccine as U.S. eyes its own plans
  • Hong Kong police chief admits 'undesirable' behaviour towards media at protest
  • Poland to reconsider mail-only presidential election, sources say
  • El Salvador's president extends lockdown, crimping law allowing restart of economy
  • UK Supreme Court rules internment of Northern Ireland's Adams unlawful
  • Pakistani parliament's speaker tests positive for COVID-19
  • Venezuelan authorities detain U.S. citizens allegedly involved in incursion
  • Four Tajik men accused of militant recruitment in Poland
  • Ukrainian workers start returning to Poland as lockdown eases
  • Moroccan smugglers embark on long new route to ship drugs to Europe
  • Testing target has driven up capacity: UK PM's spokesman
  • Merkel and Pope Francis want to help poor countries face pandemic
  • Hong Kong says national security law will not hamper judicial independence
  • Ireland to make 14-day quarantine for travellers compulsory
  • Israel's outgoing defence minister says Iran starting to withdraw from Syria
  • Coronavirus 'not a pandemic in Pakistan' says top court, ordering curbs lifted
  • Rwanda victim welcomes arrest of genocide suspect
  • Dubai hits the ski slope as coronavirus restrictions lift
  • Attacks deal Trump's long-shot Afghan peace push a fresh blow
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 357 to 169,575: RKI
  • Nicaragua-Costa Rica coronavirus dispute stalls hundreds of trucks at border
  • German government, regions tussle over reopening from lockdowns
  • Climbing season at Mount Fuji cancelled due to coronavirus
  • Explainer: South Korean findings suggest 'reinfected' coronavirus cases are false positives
  • Russia allows foreign athletes entry as coronavirus cases pass 280,000
  • India sidesteps Trump offer to mediate on China, says in talks with Beijing
  • At least 17 prisoners killed in riot at Venezuelan jail: military
  • Mexican coronavirus probe finds dozens of unlicensed retirement homes
  • Most Brazilians want tougher lockdowns even as economic cost mounts
  • Northern Ireland eases restrictions, Ireland deaths at seven-week low
  • China's Xi urges preparedness for military combat amid coronavirus epidemic: state TV
  • South Korea spy agency says no signs North Korea's Kim received heart surgery
  • Some Egyptians pack streets for Ramadan shopping despite coronavirus threat
  • More than 300 attacks on UK emergency staff prosecuted during COVID-19 lockdown
  • Balkans are on path to EU membership: statement
  • Colombia to offer legal benefits to those who leave gangs
  • Factbox: What people are saying about controversial legislation for Hong Kong
  • China says willing to help North Korea in fight against virus
  • Only 4.4% of French population infected by coronavirus: Pasteur institute
  • Most of Spain has virus contagion 'R' number below one: health official
  • Coronavirus pandemic is pushing up the price of illegal drugs, U.N. says
  • UK's Raab: Makes sense to impose quarantine now infection rates falling
  • France reports fewer new coronavirus deaths, uptick in cases
  • Malta rescues 140 migrants but holds them on tourist boats offshore
  • Finland to spend 100 million euros on coronavirus protection
  • Ethiopia's Tigray region eyes election in challenge to national unity
  • U.S. sanctions advisory raises hurdles for global maritime industry
  • Russia allows foreign athletes entry as coronavirus cases pass 280,000
  • Factbox: Six Balkan hopefuls aspire to join the EU
  • UK COVID-19 death toll rises 282 to 36,675
  • Hong Kong's veteran pro-democracy activists defiant as they hear charges in court
  • Riot police deployed as youths set cars ablaze in Paris suburbs
  • Indonesia to keep prescribing two malaria drugs for COVID-19 despite bans in Europe
  • Ignoring social distancing, protesters mock Hong Kong leader Lam on her birthday
  • Japan, faced with criticism, scrambles to do more coronavirus testing
  • Trump: 'I know nothing' about Venezuela incursion
  • Lebanon at risk of a major food crisis: PM sounds alarm
  • Uganda detains prominent academic protesting coronavirus lockdown
  • Vietnam reports first new coronavirus infection in 9 days, taking its tally to 271
  • More work, little extra pay: Italian healthcare contractors outraged
  • Poland's ruling party sees June 28 as deadline for presidential vote
  • Trump hails Kim reappearance, but North Korea denuclearization prospects bleak
  • IMF approves $643 million in pandemic aid for Ecuador: ministry
  • Mexico details note to U.S. over Obama-era gun-running row
  • Two dead in eastern Turkey in armed attack on aid distributors
  • Indonesia reports 533 new COVID-19 cases, biggest in a day
  • Brazil's coronavirus cases pass Germany's as Bolsonaro fights to open gyms
  • Twenty-six people arrested in France and Belgium over truck deaths
  • PM takes Brexit decisions, Cummings does not give instructions - UK negotiator
  • Coronavirus vaccine possible in about a year, says EU agency
  • Greece plans gradual relaxation of lockdown measures
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 432 to 179,002: RKI
  • Riot rocks coronavirus-hit prison in Sierra Leone
  • As hunger spreads under lockdown, Guatemalans and Salvadorans raise white flag
  • Russia's Putin orders gradual easing of coronavirus lockdown despite surge in cases
  • Chinese corrals Pacific, Caribbean support ahead of World Health meeting
  • In Mexico, one of world's biggest food markets stirs unease about infections
  • China, South Korea consult Japan on easing business-travel curbs: Yomiuri
  • Defiant Netanyahu goes on trial in Israel charged with corruption
  • Yemen's Houthis report first coronavirus case with death in Sanaa hotel