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  • Albania to impose 2-8 year jail terms on coronavirus quarantine rule-breakers
  • Philippines reports 14 new coronavirus deaths, 104 more infections
  • Trump, Qatari leader agree Taliban need to reduce violence in Afghanistan, White House says
  • Parisians banned from outdoor sports between 10am and 7pm
  • France's rate of coronavirus infections, deaths accelerating again
  • Honduras registers 31 new cases of coronavirus, bringing total to 343 cases and 23 deaths
  • Scammers try to cash in on lockdown passes in virus-hit Moscow
  • Chinese scientists seeking potential COVID-19 treatment find 'effective' antibodies
  • Japan on brink of emergency as coronavirus spreads: government spokesperson
  • Guinea-Bissau convicts 12 for smuggling record 1.8 tonnes of cocaine
  • Virus-hit Carnival cruise ship docks in Australia as country's death toll hits 40
  • UK's Johnson could ease lockdown before May 7 deadline: The Telegraph
  • France says coronavirus crisis easing, but far from over
  • Thailand reports 15 new coronavirus cases, one new death
  • Putin postpones milestone Victory Day military parade over coronavirus
  • Outraged French lawmakers demand answers on 'fake' Chinese embassy accusations
  • ILO annual gathering of labour ministers postponed for a year
  • Putin says Russia may need the army to help battle coronavirus
  • Ecuador coronavirus cases top 22,000 after release of delayed tests
  • Global coronavirus cases pass three million as lockdowns begin to ease
  • Kremlin: Russia still in contact with Libya participants, wants diplomatic communication
  • Groups of Bosnians quarantined over coronavirus go on hunger strike
  • Mexico reports 296 new coronavirus cases, stresses need for medical personnel
  • Coronavirus stirs rancour in South Africa on democracy anniversary
  • Coronavirus deaths in Netherlands increase to 1,339: authorities
  • Lebanon legalizes cannabis farming for medicinal use
  • Ex-Vatican treasurer Cardinal Pell acquitted of sex offences, leaves jail
  • Philippines reports 29 new coronavirus deaths, highest in a single day
  • For struggling Venezuelans in quarantine, an opportunity in delivery services
  • Malaysia calls for peaceful end to months-long South China Sea standoff
  • Brazil confirms first indigenous coronavirus case in the Amazon
  • Bogota metro work start could be delayed six months over coronavirus restrictions
  • Nearly 150 total coronavirus cases confirmed on cruise ship in Japan
  • Indonesia reports 316 new coronavirus cases, 26 deaths
  • Under coronavirus lockdown, Rwandans remember genocide from home
  • White House adviser Navarro lashes out at China over 'fake' test kits
  • Botswana's president, lawmakers out of quarantine after testing negative for coronavirus
  • Health official says Russian stay at home should be extended: Ifax
  • UK police chided for overzealous response to coronavirus lockdown
  • Coronavirus fear stokes panic buying and price rises in Afghanistan
  • Two U.S. warships in South China Sea amid China-Malaysia standoff
  • Scots' medical chief resigns after flouting own coronavirus rules
  • Lockdown exit in France will not be done region by region: presidency
  • UK PM Johnson is not on a ventilator but had oxygen support, minister says
  • EU pushes Britain to extend Brexit talks over virus outbreak
  • Helicopters, fines in Australia's Easter travel crackdown against coronavirus
  • Work smart, travel alone, eat out fast: South Korea's prescription for coronavirus recovery
  • Britain must not move too soon on coronavirus measures: PM's spokesman
  • Turkey's coronavirus death toll rises to 2,805, new cases 2,357: ministry
  • Fishing, surfing and hunting beckon New Zealanders after coronavirus lockdown
  • Indonesia reports 214 new coronavirus infections, 22 deaths
  • Istanbul mayor says time running out to halt coronavirus spread
  • Macron visits Marseille doctor working on COVID-19 drug touted by Trump
  • Congo governor condemns rising insecurity at mines in gold province
  • Iraq suspendsfor three months over report on coronavirus cases
  • Coronavirus deaths in Netherlands rise by 115 to 1,766
  • The bridesmaids wore masks: Colombian couple meets, marries in coronavirus shelter
  • Protesting Poles engage in drive for abortion rights
  • Peru`s Vizcarra extends state of emergency to April 26
  • Russia to block 'fake news' criticism of coronavirus measures
  • No scandal here: Mexico president defends meeting mother of drug lord 'El Chapo'
  • China to focus on clusters of coronavirus infections in hospitals
  • Dutch use ice rink for drive-in coronavirus testing
  • Fire strikes house of former ECB chief Draghi in Italy's Umbria region: local media
  • Abbas says Palestinian accords with Israel, U.S. null if Israel annexes West Bank land
  • China's Hubei province reports four new coronavirus deaths as of April 2
  • Prince Harry begged father-in-law to call him before wedding, document shows
  • India curbs diagnostic testing kit exports as virus spreads
  • Show typical British resolve, Queen to tell nation amid coronavirus outbreak
  • WTO report says 80 countries limiting exports of face masks, other goods
  • Tokyo governor asks residents to stay away from bars to slow coronavirus spread
  • 'It's Covid! Stay away!' Latin America's health workers face rising hostility
  • Swiss government expands powers to force firms to make supplies to fight COVID-19
  • Putin orders daily coronavirus projections as Russia's tally nears 37,000
  • Risking contagion, Israel upgrades empty roads and rails
  • Japan coronavirus infections top 2,000 cases
  • Protests erupt along Mexican border after Honeywell, Lear worker deaths
  • Lombardy becomes latest Italian region to start own coronavirus tests
  • UK coronavirus death toll rises to 3,605, up 23% in a day
  • U.S. officials redistribute protective gear seized from alleged hoarder
  • Who has the UK nuclear button while Johnson is ill? No comment
  • France coronavirus death toll close to Spain's, still world's fourth highest
  • Tantrums over? Spain approves lockdown extension but will let children out
  • Dutch report lowest daily corona death rate in over 3 weeks
  • Turkey's coronavirus death toll rises by 98 to 1,296: health minister
  • Accepting, suffering or resisting: study groups Britons' response to coronavirus lockdown
  • China says certain U.S. politicians trying to interfere in South China Sea issue
  • Malta records its first coronavirus death
  • In Belarus, some don't wait for Lukashenko to start worrying about coronavirus
  • Vending machines selling face masks appear on Warsaw streets
  • 'Dreadful' that Britain can't get more people tested for COVID-19: minister
  • Bulgarian coronavirus cases pass 1,000, health ministry says
  • Ukraine dusts off Soviet-era ventilator designs to help fight coronavirus
  • Italian luxury shoemaker Sergio Rossi dies from coronavirus
  • Europe coronavirus cases reach almost 1 million, coming weeks 'critical': WHO
  • Pope, on eve of summit, urges fractured EU to find unity over coronavirus
  • French friction over government's COVID-tracing app project
  • Finland extends border controls until May 13
  • India's stranded migrant workers struggle under virus lockdown
  • UK reports 596 COVID-19 deaths as total tops 16,000