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  • Canada's British Columbia the latest province to unveil restart plan
  • Taliban, U.S. engage in Twitter spat amid rise in Afghanistan violence
  • China reports five new coronavirus cases, adviser says risk of second wave remains
  • Poland to extend school closures for most children
  • Ultra-nationalist party stages anti-government protest in Sofia
  • Cruise ship linked to Australian coronavirus cluster reaches Philippines
  • Bust-up over climate weighs on EU-UK talks, risks trade rifts
  • Facebook reports spike in takedowns of hate speech, terrorism
  • Mexico to unveil economic restart next week after coronavirus lockdown
  • Malaysia's ruling party dumps Mahathir, dissenters
  • We want money not medals, say protesting French health workers
  • Excited children, anxious parents - Swiss go back to school
  • Indonesia reports 415 new coronavirus cases, 27 new deaths
  • Black and some other ethnic groups more at risk from COVID-19, Britain says
  • Tokyo governor Koike to ask businesses to refrain from operating until end of May: NHK
  • In a Philippine lockdown, priests bring church to the community
  • China, responding to Trump, says no need for a third party in border dispute with India
  • Iran dismisses U.S. threat to trigger return of U.N. sanctions
  • WHO guidelines for frontline PPE use designed to protect people, conserve gear
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 362 to 179,364: RKI
  • Time to move on, urges British PM Johnson over Cummings row
  • Mexico sees 3,500 new coronavirus cases in projected peak weekend
  • Singapore's health ministry confirms 344 fresh COVID-19 cases
  • Masked and partitioned, worshippers return to Jerusalem's Western Wall
  • Canada bans assault-style weapons in aftermath of mass shooting
  • Exclusive: Virus exposes gaping holes in Africa’s health systems
  • Turkey's coronavirus death toll rises by 59 to 3,520, slowdown continues
  • Chafing under lockdown, Palestinians long for Eid celebrations
  • Polish president selects acting Supreme Court head
  • Father's killing of 14-year-old daughter stirs outrage in Iran
  • Facebook reports spike in takedowns of hate speech, terrorism
  • Merkel urges fellow leaders to contribute more to multilateral organisations
  • China has betrayed Hong Kong, former HK governor says
  • China says it will step up testing to prevent COVID-19 rebound
  • Sierra Leone's president accuses main opposition party of inciting violence
  • Queues and limited browsing in store for English shoppers
  • UK PM Johnson's aide Cummings says he has not offered to resign
  • Thailand reports no new coronavirus cases for fourth time this month
  • Afghanistan suffers upsurge in fighting and in coronavirus
  • Hong Kong demand for VPNs surges on heels of China's plan for national security laws
  • Slovakia moves toward allowing home quarantine for travelers after state centres criticised
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 513 to 175,210: RKI
  • Kuwait breaks up Egyptian worker riot over repatriation
  • France defends equal access to any vaccine as U.S. eyes its own plans
  • Kyrgyzstan to lift most coronavirus-linked restrictions
  • Coronavirus to exacerbate gender pay gap: German study
  • Cyprus announces partial easing of lockdown from May 4
  • China protests at support of U.S. and others for Taiwan at WHO
  • Thailand reports five new coronavirus cases, no new deaths
  • Turkey eases quarantine restrictions on arrivals from abroad: Anadolu
  • Trump says wants full Afghanistan pullout but hasn't set target date
  • Australia says COVID-19 inquiry is 'reasonable', not targeted at any country
  • Coronavirus reproduction rate below one in most of France: minister
  • Italy has come out of worst part of virus emergency: PM
  • South Korea reports single digit domestic coronavirus cases; plans to reopen schools
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro withdraws name of family friend as top cop
  • Exclusive: FBI probes Mexican, European firms over Venezuela oil trading - sources
  • U.S. planning to cancel visas of Chinese graduate students: sources
  • Putin to review government plan to gradually ease coronavirus curbs: Kremlin
  • Factbox: UK's plan for exiting the coronavirus lockdown
  • U.S. announces $225 million in emergency aid to Yemen
  • Switzerland seeks medical furlough extension of American detained by Iran: Pompeo
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 933 to 170,508: RKI
  • 'No masks, no gloves': Kenyan government under fire over quarantine centres
  • The new normal: How safe are beaches?
  • Only 'remote' chance of recertifying Hong Kong autonomy in future, Pompeo says
  • Russian, Turkish foreign ministers back Libya ceasefire in call: Moscow
  • India has 1,000 coronavirus deaths but expert says no exponential rise
  • Hungary could end emergency powers in late June: top Orban aide
  • Slovakia faces frustration over quarantine centres as it eases lockdown
  • Iran locks down southwest county after spike in coronavirus cases
  • Duchess Kate launches photo project to capture lockdown Britain
  • Newly recovered UK leader Johnson joins applause for coronavirus carers
  • Lebanon plan based on flexible exchange rate in 'coming period'- Finance Minister
  • China military's HK garrison has ability to safeguard China, HK's security: commander
  • Lost hikers found alive after 18 days in New Zealand forest
  • Poland's president says he hopes for election as soon as possible
  • Wuhan market had role in virus outbreak, but more research needed - WHO
  • Malaysia reports 10 new coronavirus cases with no new deaths
  • Norway likely to keep coronavirus travel curbs until August 20
  • Almighty cleanup: St. Peter's in Rome gets coronavirus scrub-down
  • Cuba credits two drugs with slashing coronavirus death toll
  • Armed group kills 20 villagers in northeast Congo
  • Madrid and Barcelona will not move to next stage of Spain’s lockdown exit
  • Chechen leader Kadyrov in Moscow hospital with suspected coronavirus: Russian news agencies
  • At centers for stranded migrants in Panama, 59 test positive for coronavirus
  • U.S. considering suspension of Hong Kong's special tariff rates: sources
  • Greece opening to tourists in July but hoteliers fear empty beaches
  • Spain's virus death tally lowest in weeks, but economy tanks
  • Afghan rivals say they're close to ending leadership feud
  • Ten Egyptian army members killed or wounded in a bomb attack: spokesman
  • Interpol issues wanted notice for wife of U.S. diplomat sought over fatal UK car crash: ITV
  • Canada honors six killed in helicopter crash with COVID-19 measures in place
  • With suitcase and bikini emojis, Spain urges tourists back from July
  • Azerbaijan to allow restaurants to reopen, with conditions
  • Wave of migration strains Spain's Canary Islands amid pandemic
  • Australia sets plan to end most COVID-19 restrictions by July
  • #IndonesiaWhatever: Indonesians vent online over virus response
  • Explainer: Tracking the coronavirus 'reproduction rate' as lockdowns ease
  • Hong Kong reports first locally transmitted coronavirus cases in weeks