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  • Italy impounds migrant rescue ships; charities claim harassment
  • Philippines' coronavirus infections top 10,000: ministry
  • Italy arrests Sicily's coronavirus tsar on corruption charge
  • Exclusive: Trump says China wants him to lose his re-election bid
  • Russian army sets up mobile hospital to fight coronavirus at Siberian gold mine
  • Japanese ICU doctor expects long battle against coronavirus
  • Zimbabwe pleads with foreign lenders to prevent coronavirus 'catastrophe'
  • As hunger spreads under lockdown, Guatemalans and Salvadorans raise white flag
  • 'He wouldn't say a word' - Rwanda genocide fugitive lived incognito in Paris
  • Iran's Rouhani pledges "crushing response" if U.S. extends arms embargo
  • Congress Republicans accuse China of seeking to indoctrinate U.S. students
  • Arise, Sir Tom: veteran hopes queen is not 'heavy' with the sword
  • UK police spoke to father of PM's adviser Cummings: Mirror
  • New Zealand to roll out 'digital diary' app to help people track movements
  • UK says no new customs posts needed for post-Brexit Northern Ireland border
  • Malaysia reports 37 new coronavirus cases; two deaths
  • WHO chief for the Americas voices hope for continued U.S. support as virus surges
  • Italy's govt looks to reverse flood of mafiosi leaving jail over coronavirus
  • Japanese ICU doctor expects long battle against coronavirus
  • Bulgaria will not extend state of emergency, but some curbs stay: minister
  • One crew member dead as Canadian forces' Snowbirds jet crashes in British Columbia
  • China needs more nuclear warheads: Global Times editor
  • Italy's tally of daily coronavirus deaths dips, cases steady
  • Exclusive: Huge fentanyl haul seized in Asia's biggest-ever drugs bust
  • In the Amazon, an indigenous nurse volunteers in coronavirus fight
  • Antibody drug tech firm AbCellera raises $105 million as it works on COVID-19
  • WHO says very concerned at community spread of coronavirus in West Africa
  • Bosnia to re-open borders with neighbouring countries on June 1
  • 'A sad mood': Muslim doctor in Malaysia spends Eid in hospital amid pandemic
  • Catalan separatists use coronavirus crisis to argue for independence
  • We will not give up our independence to EU, UK cabinet agrees
  • Russia's coronavirus cases rise by more than 10,000 for sixth straight day
  • Thailand to expand coronavirus testing as new cases dwindle
  • Latvia to ease coronavirus restrictions for public gatherings from May 12
  • Canadian province of Quebec begins gradual reopening, except for city of Montreal
  • UK police to take no action against PM's adviser Cummings: Telegraph
  • Russia examines ventilator type sent to U.S. after fires kill six
  • Defiant Netanyahu goes on trial in Israel charged with corruption
  • France reports 135 more deaths from COVID-19, taking toll to 24,895
  • Philippines says total coronavirus cases nearing 9,000
  • Philippines records 350 new coronavirus cases, 13 more deaths
  • Ukraine must drain corruption swamp, Saakashvili says in latest comeback
  • Brazil to deploy troops to protect Amazon as deforestation surges
  • Poland to keep borders closed for foreigners until June 12
  • Bavarians defy coronavirus with drive-thru 'Dult' fair
  • Singapore's health ministry confirms 642 more coronavirus cases
  • Karachi hospitals receive at least 56 bodies from plane crash site: hospital officials
  • Mink infected two humans with coronavirus: Dutch government
  • Lesotho's new PM sworn in but faces task of uniting fractious elite
  • Croatia's defense minister resigns after training plane crash
  • Senior Chinese diplomat says new legislation on Hong Kong to have no impact on freedoms, rights
  • Italy's daily coronavirus death toll and new cases dip
  • Singapore's health ministry confirms 642 more coronavirus cases
  • Japan to lift emergency in western prefectures: NHK
  • South Korea seeks to import anti-viral remdesivir as new coronavirus cases emerge
  • In quarantined Venezuela, karate champion takes training to living room
  • Italy records 70 new coronavirus deaths, 593 new cases
  • Coronavirus turns Germans more critical of U.S.: survey
  • Spain's daily death toll inches up on Tuesday
  • Sierra Leone police arrest five expatriate staff of SL Mining
  • Czechs to allow cultural and sports events with up to 100 people in next reopening wave
  • Malaysia reports 172 new coronavirus cases, most of them foreigners
  • Factbox: From hairdressers to beaches - Spain's plan to phase out lockdown
  • UAE to welcome holders of valid residency visas from June 1: WAM
  • Pope says coronavirus vaccine must be shared worldwide
  • Hungary eases coronavirus restrictions outside Budapest
  • Italy's daily coronavirus death toll rises, but fewer new cases
  • Austria insists on virus aid loans instead of grants: Die Presse
  • Afghan doctors protest over unpaid salaries amid coronavirus outbreak
  • Kosovo highest court clears the way for new government vote
  • Using plastic markers, Greek workers defy ban to mark Labour Day
  • Russia reports record one-day rise in coronavirus deaths
  • Iran lauds arms supply to Palestinians against 'tumor' Israel
  • Venezuelan prison director and five soldiers charged in prison massacre case
  • South Korea reports single digit domestic coronavirus cases; plans to reopen schools
  • Taiwan eyes further U.S. arms purchases with new anti-ship missile
  • Libya's Tripoli government retakes more areas of capital
  • Keenly-watched COVID-19 vaccine 'won't be expensive', developer says
  • Poland's ruling party eyes presidential vote on May 17 or 23
  • Dutch coronavirus cases pass 40,000
  • Russia reports record one-day rise in coronavirus deaths
  • Man arrested over deadly 2019 arson at Japan's Kyoto Animation
  • Mexico orders probe into alleged graft linked to ex-president
  • Catalan separatists use coronavirus crisis to argue for independence
  • Over 100 Mexicans die of tainted alcohol as beer supply dries up: reports
  • Rare online outrage in Japan forces Abe to delay controversial bill
  • Singapore reports 682 more coronavirus cases, taking total to 28,038
  • Freeport Indonesia ramps up coronavirus testing as cases near mine rise
  • China releases five prominent labour rights activists
  • Russia slams U.S. assertion at U.N. that it remains party to Iran nuclear deal
  • Harbin city shuts eateries, coronavirus curbs ease elsewhere in China
  • French primary pupils trickle back to class after eight-week lockdown
  • Hungary eases coronavirus restrictions outside Budapest
  • India orders coronavirus tracing app for all workers
  • Brazil, world No. 2 coronavirus hotspot, suffers 653 new deaths
  • Hungary, Slovenia allow travel by citizens between the two countries
  • At least one passenger survived Pakistan plane crash: government official
  • Summer holidays abroad unlikely, Britain's health minister says
  • U.N. Command finds both Koreas violated armistice agreement in DMZ shooting
  • South Africa to ease coronavirus restrictions cautiously: Ramaphosa