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  • Poland's PM calls on Senate to speed up work on election legislation
  • France pushing for tough EU response to any West Bank annexation: diplomats
  • Trump urges Libya de-escalation on call with Erdogan: White House
  • 'Unreasonable' to say China is vying for global leadership through virus aid: CPPCC
  • Rohingya survivors tell of misery and death at sea; hundreds still adrift
  • Egypt tightens coronavirus restrictions for Eid holiday
  • Coronavirus catastrophe unfolding in south Yemen: medical charity MSF
  • British government hopeful of securing deal with EU: Gove
  • Strong earthquake strikes south of Crete, no word on damage
  • Spain coronavirus tally stabilises but economic cost high
  • Venezuela says troops seize abandoned Colombian combat boats, weapons
  • Salvadoran president declares emergency without OK from congress, sparking controversy
  • Iceland close to full recovery from coronavirus: govt
  • Out-of-work Thai chefs cook for others made jobless by virus crisis
  • Japan's emergency could be lifted early in some areas: economy minister
  • Women, migrants, minorities to suffer most in Latin America as coronavirus rages: U.N. agency
  • Some Spaniards to see lockdown eased as daily deaths fall again
  • With one-way systems and floor markings, Britain increases rail services
  • South African food aid draws thousands for second time in two weeks
  • At least one passenger survived Pakistan plane crash: government official
  • Italian schools to reopen in September: Education minister
  • Quarantine with 31 children? Costa Rican family's labor of love
  • Death of 'Mr Big' stirs memories of Singapore's gangland past
  • Singaporean gets four months jail for COVID-19 Facebook post
  • U.S. Navy to carry out deeper review of coronavirus-hit ship
  • Japan's Abe criticised for move on prosecutors during coronavirus crisis
  • Mexico registers 501 deaths from coronavirus in one day, biggest jump yet
  • Gaza girl, 13, teaches neighbourhood children during school closure
  • Indian court seeks government reply over challenge to mandatory coronavirus app
  • Coronavirus reproduction rate at 0.65 in Germany: RKI
  • U.S. demands review of WHO's handling of pandemic starts now, seeks reforms
  • Ashimbayev elected Kazakhstan's Senate speaker in reshuffle
  • Anarchy in Venezuela's jails laid bare by massacre over food
  • Canada set to ban 11 categories of assault rifles, other weapons: source
  • Explainer: Emerging get-tough consensus among Trump's China advisers tested by Hong Kong debate
  • Slovakia lifts last Roma settlement quarantine
  • Yemen's PM says the key to restoring peace is to end the armed militia rebellion
  • For Lebanese families made poor by crisis, dinner means bread and no meat
  • Superheroes, from near and far, join Indonesia's coronavirus battle
  • Syrian minister says Western sanctions hitting health services
  • Philippines records 11 new coronavirus deaths, 214 more infections
  • Slovakia moves toward allowing home quarantine for travelers after state centres criticised
  • Tunisia allows Turkish medical aid plane to land for Libyans
  • Exclusive: Trump says China wants him to lose his re-election bid
  • WHO oversight body backs pandemic review, suggests reforms
  • Merkel wants to improve ties with Russia despite hacking
  • Denmark to ease coronavirus restrictions further from June 8
  • Malaysia reports 45 new coronavirus cases; one death
  • Hong Kong's China national anthem bill aims to legislate 'respect'
  • Nigerian military unlawfully detain children at rehabilitation centre for militants: Amnesty
  • Indonesia reports 292 new coronavirus cases, 31 new deaths
  • Climate activists line London's Trafalgar Square with kids' shoes
  • Europe pins hopes on antibody tests to avoid second virus wave
  • With one-way systems and floor markings, Britain increases rail services
  • EU opens new legal case against Poland over muzzling judges
  • German federal government and states agree on way to ease lockdown: draft document
  • Iran says 10,000 of its health workers infected with coronavirus
  • Afghan doctors protest over unpaid salaries amid coronavirus outbreak
  • Kosovo highest court clears the way for new government vote
  • Lebanon cities erupt against economic hardship, one protester killed in Tripoli
  • Easing British lockdown is 'point of maximum risk': Raab
  • Swiss trial begins of banker alleged to have ignored 1MDB warnings
  • Arab foreign ministers condemn Israeli plan to annex parts of occupied West Bank
  • Polish schools may remain closed until the end of June
  • Syria's warring parties agree to Geneva talks: U.N. envoy
  • Nova Scotia gunman killed 9 of his 22 victims by setting fire to their houses, police say
  • Kosovo president rejects EU mediator for talks with Serbia
  • France's Macron says major foreign travel to be limited this summer
  • Egyptians rush to buy treats before Eid al-Fitr curfew
  • Factbox: From hairdressers to beaches - how Spain phases out lockdown
  • Japan's Abe criticised for move on prosecutors during coronavirus crisis
  • Japan may free more regions from emergency as new virus cases drop: Asahi
  • Hungarian Roma feel vindicated by school segregation ruling
  • Heir unapparent: If North Korea faces succession, who might replace Kim?
  • Exclusive: As COVID-19 cases in Yemen surge, some sources see undercounting
  • Arise, Sir Tom: veteran hopes queen is not 'heavy' with the sword
  • Portugal suspends foreign trash imports to cope with own increased waste
  • South Africans mourn a metre apart as COVID-19 curbs funerals
  • With suitcase and bikini emojis, Spain urges tourists back from July
  • Senior UK medic confident "R" contagion number below 1 across country
  • Over 90,000 health workers infected with COVID-19 worldwide: nurses group
  • Theatres, cinemas, summer camps to reopen as Swiss relax virus curbs
  • Some Egyptians pack streets for Ramadan shopping despite coronavirus threat
  • Twitter flags China spokesman's tweet on COVID-19
  • Travel restrictions at U.S. borders with Canada and Mexico likely to be extended: U.S. official
  • Exclusive: FBI probes Mexican, European firms over Venezuela oil trading - sources
  • After WHO setback, Taiwan president to press for global participation
  • Japan to approve first coronavirus antigen test kits on Wednesday
  • Saudi cabinet calls on Yemen's southern separatists to rescind emergency
  • China law requires Hong Kong to enact national security rules as soon as possible
  • 'No evidence' reopening of Finland schools has spread virus faster
  • Tunisia reports no new coronavirus cases for first time since early March
  • Madrid, Barcelona will not pass to next phase of exit lockdown, government says
  • Ivory Coast PM to spend weeks in France on medical rest after heart exam
  • Vienna Airport to offer coronavirus tests to avoid quarantine
  • Singapore's health ministry confirms 448 new coronavirus cases, one more death
  • UK publishes names of scientific emergency advisory group participants
  • Learning in a pandemic, when 'online school' is the village chalkboard
  • New Zealand's Ardern asks citizens to follow virus-linked curbs even as no new cases reported
  • China says opposes U.S. THAAD defence system in South Korea