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  • Iraq stops flights to India and Lebanon over coronavirus
  • Coronavirus pushes Irish rivals to open government talks
  • China to suspend entry of foreigners with visas, residence permits due to coronavirus
  • French coronavirus death tally much higher than official data: hospitals chief
  • Brazil's Guedes urges 'calm', govt eyes $2 billion package to fight coronavirus
  • Tunisia imposes 12-hour daily curfew to counter coronavirus
  • Factbox: What is included in Britain's emergency coronavirus legislation?
  • Indonesia turns athletes village to emergency hospital as coronavirus cases rise
  • UK workers hit by school closures will need help: CBI
  • Santander moves 60 staff to different location in Madrid due to coronavirus
  • Poland limits numbers at Catholic masses due to coronavirus
  • Coronavirus cases in Germany rise by 671 to top 3,000
  • Panama imposes full-day curfew, Guatemala extends state of emergency
  • Uzbekistan locks down cities, province due to coronavirus
  • UK PM Johnson says: we may have to consider going further in London
  • 'Help us': After deaths on coronavirus-hit ship, guests clamor to leave
  • Coronavirus conspiracies go viral on Whatsapp as crisis deepens
  • France sends warship to evacuate coronavirus patients from Corsica
  • 'We've got a moat': Tasmania cuts itself off from Australia
  • Taiwan reports six new coronavirus cases in largest single-day rise, all imported
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro plays down coronavirus risk as cases top 1,500
  • Iran supreme leader cancels Persian new year speech because of coronavirus outbreak: official site
  • Hungarian PM Orban insists on special powers to handle virus crisis, mulls lockdown
  • Spain's Catalonia limits mass events to 1,000 people due to coronavirus
  • Italians defy coronavirus with mass singing, applause for doctors
  • Diplomat from Philippines first known coronavirus case at U.N. in New York
  • Honduras orders two-week school closure over coronavirus
  • Spain to close all hotels, help nursing homes as coronavirus deaths climb
  • Cases in Italy's Lombardy rise by some 2,500 on Thursday, data 'not good': official
  • Israel to award companies grants for coronavirus research
  • Saudi king urges solidarity to overcome 'difficult period' of coronavirus
  • Factbox: Latest on the spread of coronavirus around the world
  • UK's Johnson says 405,000 have volunteered to help health service
  • Private dancer: Ballet star practices at home during coronavirus shutdown
  • Pakistan to shut borders, limit international flights over coronavirus - minister
  • Germany reports 22,672 coronavirus cases, 86 deaths
  • Oman to suspend tourism visas from March 15 for 30 days - coronavirus committee
  • Denmark charges Norwegian citizen over alleged Iranian assassination plot: prosecutor
  • Father of 737 MAX crash victim stages protest on anniversary of Ethiopia crash
  • Confirmed coronavirus cases in Mexico rise to more than 200
  • South Korea designates regions hit hardest by coronavirus as disaster zones
  • PM Johnson warns Britons: more loved ones are going to die from coronavirus
  • Mexican president's poll ratings hit record low in coronavirus crisis
  • Honduran government says confirmed coronavirus cases rise to 24
  • Pope, world's Christians join in prayer to end coronavirus
  • UK will see steady flow of extra ventilators in coming weeks: junior minister
  • UK pledges 210 million pounds to global push for coronavirus vaccine
  • EU to redirect funds to virus-hit parts of economy
  • Poland to receive protective gear, tests from China to fight coronavirus
  • Italy supports coronavirus-hit economy, PM hails 'Italian model'
  • Airlines ask for British government help to survive crisis
  • Tunisian streets fall silent under coronavirus curfew
  • Factbox: Airlines suspend flights due to coronavirus outbreak
  • China expels American journalists as spat with U.S. escalates
  • Number of coronavirus deaths in UK rises to 144, up 40% in a day
  • Sudan's defense minister dies of heart attack in South Sudan
  • Greta Thunberg says probably had COVID-19, urges #StayAtHome
  • Tunisian beach resorts face up to coronavirus blight
  • WHO confirms two coronavirus cases among its staff
  • Kenya, Ethiopia join expanding list of African states with coronavirus
  • Australian researchers map immune response to coronavirus
  • Exclusive: Japan plans to spend $4.1 billion on coronavirus measures, sources say
  • Iraq extends flight and travel ban to prevent coronavirus spread
  • UK top scientist working closely with Johnson says has no coronavirus symptoms
  • Spanish doctors, nurses demand action after coronavirus cases soar
  • EU-China summit postponed by coronavirus, EU Commission says
  • U.S. senator calls for action on forced labor in China's Xinjiang
  • No more coffee and cakes: London cafe owner rushes to help health service
  • Czech government closes most shops, restaurants to fight coronavirus
  • Georgia closes all shops except groceries, pharmacies, petrol stations - PM
  • U.S. says France's decision not to extradite Iranian engineer 'regrettable'
  • Factbox: Canada's emergency act, used only once in peacetime, would bolster federal powers
  • Australian court hears final appeal by ex-Vatican treasurer Pell
  • G20 leaders weigh supply chains, worker protections: White House adviser
  • Canada may soon advise against foreign travel - PM Trudeau
  • Canadian on cruise ship tested positive for coronavirus in Brazil: report
  • 'Preparing for war': Africans scramble for groceries
  • Governor of Japan's capital urges cooperation to avoid city lockdown
  • UK calls for 250,000 volunteers as virus deaths surge
  • Singapore launches contact tracing mobile app to track coronavirus infections
  • UK coronavirus cases rise to 1,372, deaths rise to 35- Dept of Health
  • German cruise ship passengers stranded in Cape Town start returning home
  • Japan PM says no need to declare emergency due to coronavirus
  • Israeli leaders open up nuclear bunker in war on coronavirus
  • Costa Rica's congress okays $500 million credit line for coronavirus crisis
  • Britain, U.S. working with Saudis to repatriate citizens
  • Saudi crown prince, UK's PM discuss cutting coronavirus economic impact
  • Indonesia transport minister has coronavirus - government official
  • Nigeria bans entry to arrivals from 13 countries to combat coronavirus
  • Delayed by sanctions, border checks, first medical aid trickles into North Korea
  • Chile′s Pinera declares 90-day state of catastrophe over coronavirus outbreak
  • Portugal announces new measures to help firms, families through coronavirus crisis
  • Brazil lawmaker proposes cutting off hands of corrupt politicians
  • Belgium has first virus deaths, briefly holds ship
  • Irish health minister targeted by 'disgusting' coronavirus coughing prank
  • Spanish PM's wife has tested positive for coronavirus: PM's offfice
  • At least 11 dead, 904 people infected with coronavirus in Brazil: health ministry
  • Czech parliament approves coronavirus emergency aid package
  • Tokyo governor asks residents to stay home to avoid sharp coronavirus rise
  • Madrid region suspends classes in all schools, universities