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  • Gaza girl, 13, teaches neighbourhood children during school closure
  • Prominent Beirut university faces fight of its life as crises hit
  • Pompeo urges Taliban, Afghan govt to bring hospital, funeral attacker to justice
  • Inside a COVID-19 hospital in India, doctors see no end in sight
  • Frankfurt Book Fair to go ahead on schedule in October
  • Cafes and churches open in Italy and Greece; Spain eyes summer reboot
  • Explainer: Australia and New Zealand 'travel bubble' in sight as virus growth slows
  • Moscow rolls out mass coronavirus antibody testing programme
  • Twenty-six people arrested in France and Belgium over truck deaths
  • Magnitude 6.2 earthquake strikes central Mediterranean Sea: EMSC
  • Britain will set out workplace guidance later on Monday: PM Johnson
  • Trump, Erdogan discussed need for 'rapid de-escalation' in Libya: White House
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 342 to 174,697: RKI
  • Coronavirus death toll in English hospitals rises to 21,180
  • WHO chief 'shocked and appalled' by Afghan clinic attack
  • Boris Johnson's son named after doctors who 'saved' PM's life
  • Indonesia reports 486 new coronavirus infections, 30 deaths
  • Suriname's president seeks re-election after murder conviction
  • Summer holidays abroad unlikely, Britain's health minister says
  • PM Boris Johnson's address to British people on easing lockdown
  • British police arrest 19 at London protest against social distancing
  • Brazil loses new health minister as Bolsonaro grabs reins in coronavirus crisis
  • Lebanon's Berri tells government time for action not words
  • Brazil registers 965 new coronavirus deaths, confirmed cases hit 347,398
  • Russian senator criticises U.S. for ending sanctions waivers on Iran nuclear sites
  • U.S. Senate approves bill to pressure China over Uighur rights
  • 'It's up to us': how Merkel and Macron revived EU solidarity
  • PM takes Brexit decisions, Cummings does not give instructions - UK negotiator
  • Some 10,000 Iranian health workers infected with coronavirus: state media
  • China reports eight new COVID-19 cases, up from four a day earlier
  • Cyprus to open airports again on June 9: deputy tourism minister
  • UK COVID-19 death toll up 315 to 28,446
  • After coronavirus, Italian nursing homes face fight to survive
  • U.S. urges WHO to start review of pandemic response, seeks reforms
  • UK hospital trials blood plasma treatment for COVID-19
  • Rocket falls inside green zone in Baghdad, no casualties
  • UK denies sacrificing care homes; Johnson says situation improving
  • French COVID-19 cases slow and patient tallies continue to fall
  • Dutch confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 199 to 40,770: health authorities
  • Pakistan excludes religious sect from minority commission
  • Potential UK COVID-19 vaccine producer eyes making a million doses a month
  • French minister blames mistakes for virus outbreak on aircraft carrier
  • UK sent coronavirus tests to United States for processing: minister
  • China commerce ministry says unaware of any North Korea delegation visit
  • Ireland says Brexit trade talks timeline 'virtually impossible'
  • India exports 50 million hydroxychloroquine tablets to U.S. for COVID-19 fight: source
  • Explainer: The U.N. tribunal set up to try Rwanda genocide perpetrators
  • Nissan says it has noted U.S. arrests in Ghosn case, reserves right for legal measures
  • Canada's coronavirus death toll edges up, Trudeau vows more funding for mental health
  • U.S. weighs options 'across the spectrum' to punish China over Hong Kong
  • China reports six new coronavirus cases, including one in Wuhan
  • Amid 'some calm', U.N. envoy urges U.S., Russia push for Syria peace
  • Singapore sorry for sending positive coronavirus test results in error
  • Bolsonaro snaps photos with children at Brazil protest, defying health advice
  • Congolese citizens bring civil action in Belgium against passport maker
  • Coronavirus brings curtain down on Cambodia shadow puppet theatre
  • China reports no new coronavirus cases for May 28
  • Indonesia reports 336 coronavirus infections, 13 deaths
  • Germany to lift virus-related travel warning for EU countries from June 15
  • Venezuela government says eight killed in foiled mercenary 'incursion'
  • Austria's Swiss and Liechtenstein borders to fully reopen on June 15
  • After surviving COVID-19, French neurosurgeon faces long road to recovery
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 353 to 179,717: RKI
  • Forty villagers killed in massacre in northeast Congo
  • UK PM Johnson satisfied with senior aide's explanation: spokesman
  • Yemen's Saudi-backed government pleads for coronavirus aid
  • For world's largest Muslim country, a virus-disrupted and bittersweet Eid
  • Poland's May 10 presidential election hangs in balance
  • Exclusive: Afghan lawmakers say 45 migrants drowned after Iranian guards forced them into river
  • Syria eases coronavirus curbs, new cases jump after expats return
  • Taliban not living up to commitments, U.S. Defense Secretary says
  • North Korea's Kim keeps low public profile in May: analysts
  • Couple rushes to send last minute wedding invites as Ivory Coast eases lockdown
  • Italy's PM says entering next pandemic phase with 'cautious optimism'
  • In quarantined Venezuela, karate champion takes training to living room
  • Indonesia's coronavirus infections top 14,000: official
  • U.S. extends travel restrictions at Canada, Mexico land borders
  • Singapore plans coronavirus tests for all in migrant dormitories
  • Factbox: New measures being put in place for air travel differ by country
  • Packed hospital wards cast doubt on Nicaragua's low coronavirus count, doctors say
  • France says resumed Brexit talks going badly
  • Burundi voting ends in calm despite fraud allegation
  • Second cargo of water trucks from Mexico arrives in Venezuela under oil swap
  • Italy's govt looks to reverse flood of mafiosi leaving jail over coronavirus
  • Vienna police give all-clear after bomb threat at president's office
  • Singapore's APL England loses cargo in heavy Australian seas
  • North Korea's Kim keeps low public profile in May: analysts
  • Cuba credits two drugs with slashing coronavirus death toll
  • Singapore's health ministry confirms 305 new coronavirus cases
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro says he expects top court to end probe into his conduct over police
  • Brazilian media boycott Bolsonaro residence due to harassment
  • Poland to reopen restaurants and hairdressers on May 18
  • Thailand reports three new coronavirus cases, as some restrictions ease
  • U.S. may now need to treat Hong Kong like China: White House adviser
  • Singapore hawker won't let virus write 'tragic' end to family business
  • Australia to refocus international aid to health security on doorstep
  • Special Report: U.S. rearms to nullify China's missile supremacy
  • Argentina, creditors get ready to resume debt talks after ninth sovereign default
  • China says opposes all U.S. restrictions on Chinese airlines
  • Czechs say coronavirus spread contained, to carefully reopen