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  • Czech markets, dog salons back in business as cautious reopening begins
  • South Asia coronavirus cases top 37,000, headache for governments eyeing lockdown end
  • China sees rise in asymptomatic coronavirus cases, to tighten controls at land borders
  • Egypt loosening some lockdown restrictions for Ramadan; coronavirus toll rises
  • French coronavirus death toll hits new high as nursing home tally swells
  • Poland reopens green spaces but unclear on election amid epidemic
  • U.N. Security Council meets over coronavirus as it struggles to act
  • Georgia records first death from coronavirus: clinic doctor
  • UAE against unilateral changes to situation in Yemen: official
  • Why Yemen is at war
  • France summons Chinese envoy after comments on coronavirus handling
  • Germany's short-time work fix offers Europe a crisis model
  • Coronavirus deaths in Netherlands increase to 1,339: authorities
  • Hong Kong extends restrictions to preserve success of coronavirus efforts
  • Britons make a noise for their health workers with weekly applause
  • France races to boost supplies of critical medications
  • Mexico reports first deaths of pregnant women from coronavirus
  • Indonesia to ban air, sea travel to end-May: officials
  • Spain catches rapper who became Islamic State fighter
  • Exclusive: UK's worst case coronavirus toll is 50,000 dead but UK is not on course for that - source
  • Indonesia reports 380 new coronavirus infections, 27 deaths
  • How coronavirus hitched a ride through China
  • Philippines extends capital's coronavirus lockdown to May 15
  • Tokyo seeks shop shutdowns, Kyoto warns tourists away as coronavirus threatens Japan economy
  • Mecca, Medina get 24-hour curfew; Gulf migrant worker districts locked down
  • Israeli forces kill Palestinian attacker near Jerusalem: police
  • Lebanon, in coronavirus lockdown, to allow expats to come home
  • Hairdressers, small shops prepare to reopen in Portugal, students summoned to the fields
  • India's coronavirus relief plan could leave millions without food aid, activists say
  • Saudi-led alliance in Yemen urges end to escalation in south
  • Russian church leader tours Moscow with holy icon to halt coronavirus
  • Czech government seeks state of emergency extension until May 25: CTK news agency
  • U.S. envoy blasts Moscow's 'secret' trial of ex-marine charged with spying
  • Bosnians allowed to go home after coronavirus quarantine protest
  • Glad to be helping: refugee Syrian film-maker turns London hospital cleaner
  • France likely to unwind lockdown gradually: PM
  • British health minister denies clash with finance chief over lockdown strategy
  • France's coronavirus death toll rises to 13,832
  • U.S. offers to lift Venezuela sanctions for power-sharing deal, shifting policy
  • Builders back at Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris after coronavirus shutdown
  • Under coronavirus lockdown, Rwandans remember genocide from home
  • Trump doubles U.S. military assets in Caribbean, bolstering drug fight after Maduro indictment
  • UK's main concern is to prevent second coronavirus wave: PM's spokesman
  • British PM's photographer isolating with coronavirus symptoms: The Sun
  • Mexican tequila makers, unlike brewers, plan to keep up production, exports
  • Trump says U.S. sending ventilators, coronavirus help to Latin America, Asia
  • Syrian air defences intercept hostile targets over Damascus: state news agency
  • India's virus lockdown gives world's most polluted capital clear skies, clean air
  • PM Modi, lawmakers agree 30 percent salary cut as India deals with coronavirus
  • Brazil health minister does not accept the resignation of key lieutenant
  • Poland to reopen parks and forest on Monday as it starts easing curbs
  • South Korea's ruling party is projected to win majority in parliamentary election: exit polls
  • Venezuelan migrants flee Colombian quarantine for their shattered homeland
  • Brazil army report calls for isolation to slow coronavirus, contradicting Bolsonaro
  • Millions face hunger as African cities impose coronavirus lockdowns
  • China says virus outbreak will not impact nuclear power plant construction
  • IMF lends $191.8 million to North Macedonia to soften coronavirus blow
  • Factbox: Reaction as UK PM Johnson moved to intensive care
  • Trump thinks report was incorrect on illness of North Korea's Kim Jong Un
  • Italy to reopen factories in staged end to coronavirus lockdown
  • Coronavirus puts missile showdown between Turkey and U.S. on hold
  • Turkey could tighten coronavirus controls as strains, criticism grow
  • Italy's coronavirus death toll edges up, new cases fall sharply
  • Georgia proposes 10-day lockdown of four cities including capital
  • Saudi Arabia suspends praying in the Two Holy Mosques for Ramadan: tweet
  • Tajikistan suspends soccer season over coronavirus
  • Ivory Coast police clash with protesters over coronavirus test centre
  • Venezuelan indigenous baby tests positive for coronavirus in Brazil
  • Delivery of protective healthcare equipment to UK delayed
  • EU urges countries to open borders to seasonal farm workers
  • WHO expects Malaysia's coronavirus cases to peak in mid-April
  • Road bridge in north Italy collapses, two suffer minor injuries
  • Spain coronavirus deaths climb by lowest daily amount in a month
  • Confined by lockdown, some students in France queue for donated food
  • Malaysia reports 88 new coronavirus cases and one new death
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro denies trying to interfere in police investigations
  • Sweden to shut bars and restaurants that ignore coronavirus restrictions
  • No evidence that masks worn by healthy people affect coronavirus spread - UK official
  • France working on 'StopCovid' contact-tracing app, ministers say
  • Bulgaria's Roma fear coronavirus lockdowns leave them with no means to live
  • Great-grandmother, 97, becomes Brazil's oldest coronavirus survivor
  • Russia's Lavrov, U.S. Pompeo discuss oil markets, coronavirus: statement
  • Indonesia reports 283 new coronavirus infections, 19 deaths
  • Fire breaks out at Siberian prison after violence
  • Spain's death rate rises, government seeking to harmonise data
  • Yanomami indigenous youth with coronavirus dies in Brazil
  • In Taiwan, anger at China over virus drives identity debate
  • Islamist insurgents kill 52 villagers in Mozambique, police say
  • In lockdown Britain, 'Mancunian Motivator' brings fun and fitness to neighbours
  • Swiss warn against coronavirus complacency as restrictions set to ease
  • Orthodox church forsakes Via Dolorosa procession in Jerusalem
  • Czech government lifts ban on travel abroad, health minister says
  • Czechs report six-week low in daily rise of new coronavirus cases
  • Israel links coronavirus aid for Gaza to recovering soldiers
  • Congo governor condemns rising insecurity at mines in gold province
  • China tightens Russia border checks, approves coronavirus vaccine trials
  • Australia's Cardinal Pell urges Christians to embrace suffering: paper
  • Italy's coronavirus deaths push higher, new cases hold steady
  • Dutch Coronavirus infections reach 31,589, 142 new deaths: authorities
  • Saudi-led truce in Yemen expires amid fears of coronavirus disaster