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  • New Zealand to reopen malls, cafes from Thursday as virus curbs eased
  • Iran says nuclear work will not be hurt by end of U.S. sanctions waivers
  • Pandemic boosts Palestinian PM as potential Abbas successor
  • EU urges China to respect Hong Kong autonomy
  • Iran extends Zaghari-Ratcliffe's temporary release, lawyer says
  • Mexico coronavirus cases hit new daily record of 2,713
  • UK ethnic minorities suffer extra COVID deaths: think tank
  • U.S. travel ban on Brazilians follows established benchmark: Bolsonaro advisor
  • Coronavirus cases in Gulf Arab region surpass 100,000
  • Spain's daily coronavirus death toll falls again on Thursday: health ministry
  • Trump says considering travel ban on Brazil over coronavirus
  • Lebanon banking association rejects government rescue plan
  • France's coronavirus deaths reach more than 28,500, cases slow
  • Bavarians defy coronavirus with drive-thru 'Dult' fair
  • Public Masses in Italy to resume May 18, ending bitter Church-state rift
  • Canada province promises justice after nursing home patients left in dirty diapers
  • Philippines reports 14 deaths, 199 more coronavirus infections
  • No warning, no escape as deadly gas swept through an Indian village
  • Hundreds killed in South Sudan tribal clashes: ICRC
  • Swiss to allow events of up to 300 people from June 6
  • Turkey's coronavirus death toll rises by 59 to 3,520, slowdown continues
  • Spain plans last emergency decree extension as protests break out
  • Asia coronavirus cases hit 250,000 but pace much slower than U.S., Europe
  • Israeli settler found guilty of murder in arson attack on Palestinian family
  • Indonesia reports 338 new coronavirus cases, 35 deaths: health ministry official
  • France reports fewer new coronavirus deaths, uptick in cases
  • U.N. rejects U.S. claim it is using coronavirus to promote abortion
  • Germany to reopen all shops, allow soccer matches: sources
  • Hello, social distancing. Goodbye, handshakes?
  • U.S. denies acting against Venezuela's Maduro, says would have been "overt"
  • Portuguese workers leave home to celebrate coronavirus-style Labour Day
  • Mexican coronavirus probe finds dozens of unlicensed retirement homes
  • Merkel urges Germans not to jeopardize coronavirus achievements
  • China's planned security agencies for Hong Kong a 'death knell' for autonomy: Pompeo
  • Honduras extends blanket curfew again to halt spread of coronavirus
  • Philippines probes Manila police chief's birthday bash amid lockdown
  • French foreign legion soldier dies after being wounded in Mali
  • Georgian president pardons two opposition politicians
  • Japan to approve first coronavirus antigen test kits on Wednesday
  • Dutch schools, cafes and museums to reopen in June
  • A fifth of French think Le Pen would do better job than Macron: poll
  • Finland to reopen schools and daycares gradually starting May 14
  • Growing chances more Slovak shops will reopen soon, prime minister says
  • Bosnia sets local polls for October 4, but Mostar excluded again
  • Poland's ruling parties reach deal to postpone election: statement
  • German government, states agree people from two households can eat out together: Bild
  • Coronavirus catastrophe unfolding in south Yemen: medical charity MSF
  • Quarantine with 31 children? Costa Rican family's labor of love
  • Iran's coronavirus death toll rises by 74 as mosques due to reopen
  • UK aims to reopen primary schools from June 1, transport minister says
  • Australia's most populous state to relax restrictions on restaurants, cafes
  • Serbia to end state of emergency as coronavirus infections slow
  • South Korean cafe hires robot barista to help with social distancing
  • Three U.N. peacekeepers killed in roadside bomb in northern Mali: statement
  • Behind closed doors, France's COVID-19 death toll likely to jump
  • Taiwan urges China not to lead Hong Kong into 'bigger turmoil'
  • Cafes and churches open in Italy and Greece; Spain eyes summer reboot
  • Afghans throng markets ahead of Muslim holiday despite virus fears
  • Indonesia reports 367 new coronavirus cases, 23 deaths
  • Canadian military helicopter crashes in sea off Greece; 1 dead, 5 missing
  • Britons hold eighth week of applause for carers
  • Iraqi who recovered from COVID-19 faced some social stigma
  • Panda dolls kick pandemic blues for Thai diners
  • Belgian chefs lay down jackets to protest at lockdown
  • U.N. rejects U.S. claim it is using coronavirus to promote abortion
  • China says safeguarding national security serves Hong Kong's interests
  • Rome's coronavirus-hit Raphael exhibition to reopen in June
  • Factbox: From hairdressers to beaches - Spain's plan to phase out lockdown
  • Canada's coronavirus death toll edges up, Trudeau vows more funding for mental health
  • Russian coronavirus cases above 260,000 as Moscow launches antibody tests
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 679 to 163,175: RKI
  • Hong Kong extends coronavirus group restrictions, Tiananmen vigil at risk
  • Ireland says Brexit trade talks timeline 'virtually impossible'
  • Nigeria doctors to strike over treatment by police during lockdown
  • Japan puts off bid to raise prosecutors' retirement age after backlash: media
  • Nicaragua reports more pneumonia deaths, some tied to COVID-19
  • Dutch agency will review government performance during coronavirus
  • Exclusive: Venezuela reaches deal with U.N. to buy food, medicine with gold - central bank
  • Australians emerge from coronavirus lockdown to beers and lattes
  • Britain proposes November 2021 date for delayed U.N. climate summit
  • Macron's lawmakers told to pull together amid reports of new group
  • Philippines' coronavirus infections top 12,000, deaths pass 800 mark
  • China legislators take on wildlife trade, but traditional medicine likely to be exempt
  • Son of Mexican official probed over ventilator sales to government
  • Germany hopes there will be coordinated EU decision on foreign travel: minister
  • Putin says fourth minister had coronavirus after cases pass 250,000
  • Exclusive: Afghan lawmakers say 45 migrants drowned after Iranian guards forced them into river
  • Mexico says it has avoided coronavirus 'deluge' even as cases mount
  • Japan to extend state of emergency due to coronavirus: Nikkei
  • Indonesia reports 395 new coronavirus infections, 19 deaths
  • Hong Kong's security, police chiefs warn of growing 'terrorism' as national laws loom
  • Sweden's not soft on virus, says PM, in dig at foreign media
  • U.S. envoy misses Pompeo's arrival in Israel over illness
  • China reports two new coronavirus cases versus one a day earlier
  • Taliban step up attacks on Afghan forces since signing U.S. deal: data
  • Indian troops kill militants, triggering clashes across Kashmir
  • Explosion heard in Syria's city of Aleppo: Syrian state TV
  • Japan to lift emergency in western prefectures: NHK
  • Brazilian doctors medevac indigenous COVID-19 cases to Amazon city
  • Malaysia reports 70 new coronavirus cases with one new death