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  • Chile's poor clash with police amid concerns over food shortages in outskirts of Santiago
  • Iran will support any nation or group that fights Israel: supreme leader
  • 'Gathering to kill me': Coronavirus patients in Haiti fear attacks, harassment
  • Spain allows outdoor dining again in Madrid and Barcelona
  • Cyclone Amphan loss estimated at $13 billion in India, may rise in Bangladesh
  • France's Macron open to travelling to U.S. for G7 if epidemic allows
  • EU rules asylum seekers on Hungary border have been 'detained', should be released
  • Don't abandon us, we don't transmit coronavirus, say Cairo dogs and cats
  • Thailand reports four new coronavirus cases, one new death
  • U.S. panel on religious freedom urges targeted sanctions on India
  • Custard tarts and classes: Portuguese enjoy some normality again
  • The art of re-emergence: North Korea leader Kim appears after long gap
  • One-hour COVID-19 test being trialed at hospitals around London
  • Alphabet's Loon and S.Africa's Vodacom to expand rural internet in Mozambique
  • China to propose national security legislation for Hong Kong
  • Yemen government forces to confront separatists in south
  • China has betrayed Hong Kong, former HK governor says
  • PM Abe says Japan to lift limits on regional travel from June 19 - Kyodo
  • China's Xi says supports WHO probe when COVID-19 controlled
  • Polish president's lead in polls narrows sharply ahead of election
  • South African mines record 320 COVID-19 cases ahead of lockdown easing
  • UAE calls for de-escalation in region to focus on coronavirus recovery
  • Exclusive: Internal Chinese report warns Beijing faces Tiananmen-like global backlash over virus
  • Madrid, Barcelona will not pass to next phase of exit lockdown, government says
  • Germany calls on Poland, Czech Republic to open borders soon
  • China banks' HK arms try to rally staff support for security law
  • Malaysia reports 22 new coronavirus cases, no new deaths
  • Iran's lawmakers elect former Guards commanders as speaker: TV
  • U.S. to renew waiver for Iraq to import Iranian electricity for 120 days: State Department
  • Russia starts building its first stealth bomber: TASS
  • Trump: WHO must clean up its act or U.S. will no longer be involved
  • Turkey's coronavirus death toll rises to 3,258, new cases 2,188: ministry
  • Britain needs to start tapering its COVID furlough scheme: minister
  • U.S. expected to deport Iranian professor acquitted of sanctions busting: officials
  • Israeli children can go back to school from Sunday: Netanyahu
  • Pompeo says no sight of North Korea's Kim, real risk of famine in country
  • Migrants stuck on merchant ship disembark in Libya: IOM
  • Special Report: Cyber-intel firms pitch governments on spy tools to trace coronavirus
  • Ireland says Brexit trade talks timeline 'virtually impossible'
  • Uruguay extradites accused Mexican cocaine smuggler to United States: officials
  • Germany can't confirm Merkel will attend G7 in person: spokeswoman
  • Child labour, marriages on rise in Yemen as COVID spreads: U.N. agency
  • Swedish antibody study shows long road to immunity as COVID-19 toll mounts
  • Finland to let restaurants, theatres reopen from June 1 as curbs ease
  • Russia buries latest priest to die from coronavirus
  • Look, no hands! Thai mall puts pedals in lifts to keep coronavirus at bay
  • Afghans throng markets ahead of Muslim holiday despite virus fears
  • Russia reports record one-day rise in coronavirus deaths
  • UK expects China to respect Hong Kong's autonomy, PM's spokesman says
  • Britain will look at details for G7 summit next month: spokesman
  • Syria extends night curfew but allows businesses to reopen
  • France accuses Venezuela of harassing embassy, summons envoy
  • Australia says COVID-19 inquiry is 'reasonable', not targeted at any country
  • Air bridges not for now but should not rule out in future -UK interior minister
  • Italy's coronavirus death toll far higher than reported: stats office
  • WHO guidelines for frontline PPE use designed to protect people, conserve gear
  • Macron: France to pledge 500 million euros for global coronavirus vaccine hunt
  • More than 90% of Tokyo hospital beds for COVID-19 patients filled: government
  • Europe sees two deaths, multiple cases of COVID-linked syndrome in children
  • Hello, social distancing. Goodbye, handshakes?
  • Twenty killed in attacks on villages in western Niger
  • French court rejects request to release Rwandan genocide suspect Kabuga
  • Austria's Kurz aims to lift border controls to Switzerland by June
  • Kremlin says U.S. moon mining proposals need thorough legal analysis
  • Shunning virus lockdown, defiant Belarus stages Victory Day parade
  • UK expects China to respect Hong Kong's autonomy, PM's spokesman says
  • India to help migrant workers leave cities, but infections mount
  • Lebanon fears second coronavirus wave as new infections surge
  • China launches spacecraft via largest carrier rocket: CCTV
  • Finland to reopen schools and daycares gradually starting May 14
  • Russia examines ventilator type sent to U.S. after fires kill six
  • South Africa to start phased school re-opening on June 1
  • Finland to spend 100 million euros on coronavirus protection
  • Russia reports 9,434 new coronavirus infections
  • U.S. sails warship near Taiwan a week ahead of presidential inauguration
  • Canada honors six killed in helicopter crash with COVID-19 measures in place
  • Trump administration pushing to rip global supply chains from China: officials
  • U.S. brings forward travel ban as Brazil surpasses its daily death toll
  • UK PM Johnson says adviser's lockdown drive was understandable
  • Coronavirus turns Germans more critical of U.S.: survey
  • U.N. delays crucial climate summit for a year, cites pandemic
  • Cyclone Amphan leaves thousands homeless in eastern India, Modi offers help
  • Turkish soldier killed in Syria's Idlib after explosion along M4 highway: ministry
  • Russia awaits U.S. ventilator aid as coronavirus cases near 300,000
  • Kremlin says Putin and Britain's Johnson backed renewed dialogue in phone call
  • China open to probe of origins of coronavirus, says envoy: report
  • 'Bloody awful': British defence minister describes having COVID-19
  • Poland's ruling parties reach deal to postpone election: statement
  • Trump says wants full Afghanistan pullout but hasn't set target date
  • Interpol issues wanted notice for wife of U.S. diplomat sought over fatal UK car crash: ITV
  • Nigerian comics fight COVID-19 with gags and slapstick slaps
  • Fifty-three workers at AngloGold Ashanti mine in South Africa have coronavirus
  • Cambodia says all COVID-19 patients recovered, no new cases for a month
  • Singaporean cooks up Eid feast for migrant workers in lockdown
  • More than 1,000 queue for food in rich Geneva amid virus shutdown
  • German court limits power of spy agency's overseas bugging
  • Trump: 'I know nothing' about Venezuela incursion
  • Russia's coronavirus cases hit new high, Moscow warns of clampdown
  • Judge in graft trial of Congo president's chief of staff dies
  • Togo reports an outbreak of African swine fever