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  • UK hospital trials blood plasma treatment for COVID-19
  • Tabloid wins initial battle in privacy action by UK's Duchess Meghan
  • 'Freed from prison': Portuguese enjoy easing lockdown
  • Singapore's health ministry confirms 451 new coronavirus cases
  • 'Here's your scan code for tonight': Italy eatery rips up paper menus
  • Taiwan says its people won't choose dictatorship
  • Children of Rwandan genocide fugitive Kabuga led police to Paris-area hideout
  • Scottish schools to reopen in August with measures to prevent virus spread
  • London commute is going to be very different, transport operator says
  • Georgia will end coronavirus state of emergency on May 22: PM
  • Murder case claims turbulent career of veteran Lesotho PM
  • Factbox: Who finances the World Health Organization?
  • Mexican Supreme Court throws out law extending governor's mandate
  • Indonesia reports 496 new coronavirus infections, 43 deaths
  • Mission of Mercy: On duty at Japan's 'last-chance' hospital for coronavirus
  • Spain's daily coronavirus death toll rises, potential second wave feared
  • 'Gathering to kill me': Coronavirus patients in Haiti fear attacks, harassment
  • Croatian oyster farmers hope lockdown easing will save some of season's harvest
  • Pakistani legislator dies from COVID-19, as highest daily toll recorded
  • Theatres, cinemas, summer camps to reopen as Swiss relax virus curbs
  • Coronavirus behaving differently in China's northeast clusters, expert says
  • Italy's govt looks to reverse flood of mafiosi leaving jail over coronavirus
  • Taliban step up attacks on Afghan forces since signing U.S. deal: data
  • Colombia to offer legal benefits to those who leave gangs
  • Spain to phase out coronavirus lockdown, eyes normality by end-June
  • Luxembourg starts mass COVID-19 testing, aims to cover everyone soon
  • Afghan doctors protest over unpaid salaries amid coronavirus outbreak
  • Coronavirus brings curtain down on Cambodia shadow puppet theatre
  • Tourist trade in annexed Crimea on brink as coronavirus bites
  • China berates New Zealand over support for Taiwan at WHO
  • Germany reports 1,478 new coronavirus cases, 173 more deaths
  • China to propose national security legislation for Hong Kong
  • We will not give up our independence to EU, UK cabinet agrees
  • U.S. Navy to carry out deeper review of coronavirus-hit ship
  • 'What's the point of staying?': Gulf faces expatriate exodus
  • U.S. weighs options 'across the spectrum' to punish China over Hong Kong
  • Seven health workers, civilian killed in Somali village: aid group
  • U.S. masses planes at Japan base to show foes and allies it can handle coronavirus
  • China warns of countermeasures to new U.S. rule for Chinese reporters
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 432 to 179,002: RKI
  • Venezuela military to escort Iranian fuel tankers: defense minister
  • At least 17 prisoners killed in riot at Venezuelan jail: military
  • Kenya rolls out testing in Nairobi slums, but some fear stigma
  • Indonesia reports 533 new COVID-19 cases, biggest in a day
  • Palestinian boy braves surgery alone during coronavirus closure in Israel
  • Lebanese designers fight coronavirus with fashion face masks
  • Exclusive: Trump says China wants him to lose his re-election bid
  • Trump, Macron agree on urgent need for de-escalation in Libya: White House
  • UK deal on EU ties is possible, PM Johnson tells Ireland's Varadkar
  • Austria outlines plans to reopen theatres, cinemas
  • Seven health workers, civilian killed in Somali village: aid group
  • England's anglers cast coronavirus worries aside, return to action
  • Albania lifts curbs on driving, slashes curfew in green zones
  • Nigeria reopens main cities Lagos and Abuja as lockdowns phased out
  • 'May Allah remove the virus': Pandemic a grim addition to Afghanistan's woes
  • Hungary summons Nordic diplomats over rule-by-decree row
  • Second cargo of water trucks from Mexico arrives in Venezuela under oil swap
  • Markets teem as Pakistan's lockdown eases despite infection surge
  • Brazil's largest city Sao Paulo to reopen malls for 15 days as of June 1
  • Rio beach vendor turns to home delivery to beat coronavirus lockdown
  • India's capital reopens public transport as nearby Chinese-owned factory is hit by outbreak
  • Ethiopia's Tigray region eyes election in challenge to national unity
  • New Slovak government wins confidence vote, readies for COVID-19 impact
  • China, U.S. coronavirus tensions spill over in U.N. Syria meeting
  • Japan asks China to be open about its aims after defence spending hike
  • A London community shattered by the coronavirus
  • Hospital in English tourist town stops taking patients due to COVID spike
  • Kazakhstan says spread of coronavirus has slowed
  • Russia drops plans for Putin mosaic in military church
  • UK government hopeful to get go-ahead for schools reopening: PM's spokesman
  • Spain to reopen to international tourism from July: PM Sanchez
  • EU must go 'back to the future' of open borders after COVID-19, commissioner says
  • Chile's health minister announces surge in cases, Santiago general quarantine
  • Police arrest 60 at anti-lockdown demonstrations in Berlin: report
  • Singaporean gets four months jail for COVID-19 Facebook post
  • Japan's PM to hold news conference on Monday about coronavirus
  • Mexico registers 47,144 cases of coronavirus and 5,045 deaths
  • Coronavirus outbreak in Colombia prison sparks fear among officials, families
  • U.S. sails warship near Taiwan a week ahead of presidential inauguration
  • Iceland to ease restrictions on international arrivals
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 797 to over 176,000: RKI
  • EU must go 'back to the future' of open borders after COVID-19, commissioner says
  • Britain heading for a limited easing of lockdown next week
  • Russia looks to U.S. for aid as new coronavirus cases drop to lowest since May 1
  • Albania to open borders in May, prepare to welcome back tourists
  • Malaysia criticises WHO's advice against palm oil during coronavirus
  • Salvadoran president declares emergency without OK from congress, sparking controversy
  • Japan asks China to be open about its aims after defence spending hike
  • Indonesia reports 233 new coronavirus infections, 18 deaths
  • Japanese ICU doctor expects long battle against coronavirus
  • Lebanon, fearing second virus wave, to shut down again for four days
  • Mexico's president orders military on streets to curb rising violence
  • Musicians in lockdown rage against industry machine
  • Feline good: French cat survives coronavirus infection
  • Thailand extends virus emergency powers amid opposition suspicion
  • China to increase international flights if virus under control: regulator
  • UK government 'bleeding credibility' over PM's aide, says cabinet member: ITV
  • Portugal ready to welcome back tourists, says government
  • Venezuela's Maduro vows to raise gasoline price as Iranian tanker nears
  • Latin America wrestles with reopening as coronavirus peak looms