（2）Authorities in the southeastern state of Victoria, whose capital Melbourne is in partial lockdown amid a new outbreak, reported 374 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, up from 275 cases detected on Monday.
（4）【Aze】【rba】【ija】【n’s】【 de】【fen】【ce 】【min】【ist】【ry 】【sai】【d e】【arl】【ier】【 th】【at 】【Arm】【eni】【a h】【ad 】【fir】【ed 】【at 】【its】【 fo】【rce】【s a】【nd 】【civ】【ili】【an 】【set】【tle】【men】【ts 】【alo】【ng 】【the】【 fr】【ont】【 li】【ne,】【 sh】【ell】【ing】【 th】【e n】【ear】【by 】【tow】【n o】【f T】【ert】【er.】
（6）【Autho】【ritie】【s int】【roduc】【ed a 】【soft 】【lockd】【own o】【n Jak】【arta 】【in Ma】【rch, 】【closi】【ng sc】【hools】【 and 】【some 】【busin】【esses】【. On 】【April】【 24 t】【ravel】【 out 】【of th】【e cit】【y was】【 stri】【ctly 】【banne】【d in 】【an ef】【fort 】【to st】【op mo】【re pe】【ople 】【leavi】【ng fo】【r the】【 annu】【al po】【st-Ra】【madan】【 exod】【us fr】【om Gr】【eater】【 Jaka】【rta.】
（7）Austria flattened its curve of infections with an early lockdown and soon announced emergency funding for companies. But while it started loosening curbs on public life a month ago and shops, bars and some museums have reopened, no such steps have been taken or mooted for theatres and other cultural venues.
（8）Authorities have repeatedly dismantled illegal campsites only for them to pop up again elsewhere within months, with police clearing a makeshift shelter that had emerged again in Calais this month.
（11）Authorities in western Herat province said they retrieved 12 bodies from the Harirud river and at least eight other people were missing.
（12）Authorities had managed to get contagion largely under control by the summer thanks to a rigid two-month nationwide lockdown, but as a second wave has emerged they have ordered new measures, including mandatory mask wearing in public and restrictions on public gatherings and restaurants.