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  • Trapped in paradise: Tourists stranded by virus seek visa extensions
  • Factbox: Brazil moves to shield people, economy, markets from coronavirus
  • U.N. rights expert welcomes Turkish indictments, urges US to release Khashoggi file
  • India's tourist industry sees crisis looming from coronavirus visa ban
  • At least 43 killed in attack on Burkina Faso villages
  • UK discusses possible steps to stem coronavirus spread: PM Johnson's spokesman
  • Factbox - Britain's coronavirus lockdown: What you can and can't do
  • South Korea reports 96 new coronavirus cases, total 7,478
  • Khamenei lauds Iranians' 'dazzling' sacrifices to fight virus
  • Spain's King Felipe renounces inheritance from his father, Juan Carlos
  • EU Parliament to consider calling off session due to coronavirus
  • Cruise ship turned away by Malaysia, Thailand over coronavirus to dock in Singapore
  • Iraq's presidency condemns attack on Taji military camp
  • Closed borders, no shops? Been there, done that, say east Europeans
  • Afghanistan electoral crisis delays naming of negotiating team: U.S.
  • Spain's Catalonia limits mass events to 1,000 people due to coronavirus
  • Portugal announces new measures to help firms, families through coronavirus crisis
  • UK's Gatwick airport to shut one of its two terminals as virus hits demand
  • India cuts rates as distress mounts across South Asia over coronavirus
  • Japan confirms 57 new coronavirus cases at Chiba center for disabled: NHK
  • EU moves to start membership talks with Albania, North Macedonia
  • Malaysia bans mass gatherings as coronavirus outbreak enters 'second wave'
  • Workers leave as Thailand steps up measures against coronavirus
  • Sudan's security council condemns assassination attempt on PM
  • Government bans Norwegians from traveling to cabins amid coronavirus
  • Deserted streets, digital dancing as Argentina goes into lockdown
  • Germany looks at tracking patients to rein in coronavirus - reports
  • Costa Rica coronavirus case tally rises beyond 100: government
  • Iran releases French academic Roland Marchal: French official
  • EU border restrictions to hit transfers of child refugees: U.N.
  • UK will put people first in virus fight, Johnson promises
  • Iraqi military says 33 rockets used in Taji base attack
  • Factbox: Italy orders nationwide lockdown to combat back coronavirus
  • Turkey says air, land travel halted to and from Azerbaijan
  • France toughens lockdown penalties as coronavirus kills medic
  • Uganda charges foe of president with treason, illegal weapons possession
  • Sixteen more years? Russian parliament backs move to keep Putin in power
  • Morocco suspends all international passenger flights - foreign ministry
  • French coronavirus death toll tops 1,000, lockdown likely to be extended
  • Toughest weeks ahead in coronavirus fight, warns French PM
  • Iraq extends flight and travel ban to prevent coronavirus spread
  • Rouhani: U.S. should lift sanctions if it wants to help Iran fight coronavirus
  • Australian researchers map immune response to coronavirus
  • U.S. imposes fresh Iran-related sanctions despite coronavirus
  • We want to end up with no high-risk vendors in 5G network: UK government
  • Coronavirus death toll in Italy's Lombardy rises by around 400 in a day: source
  • Coronavirus shuts Cyprus hospital, schools after doctor tests positive
  • Gates, other charities pledge $125 million towards COVID-19 treatments
  • Austria recommends citizens return home from Italy
  • France to deploy 100,000 police to enforce coronavirus lockdown - minister
  • China's President Xi says virus control remains arduous in Hubei: Xinhua
  • UK's Johnson sees agreement within G7 on fiscal stimulus
  • Bob Dylan concerts in Japan canceled as coronavirus spreads
  • UK demands action to find perpetrators of Iraq rocket attack
  • Poland cancels all mass events due to coronavirus, PM says
  • Cases in Italy's Lombardy rise by some 2,500 on Thursday, data 'not good': official
  • Colombia does not rule out more extreme travel restrictions-minister
  • Canada's army not needed right now to help combat coronavirus spread, Trudeau says
  • Putin to take part in extraordinary G20 summit to discuss coronavirus: Kremlin
  • Miscarriage of justice? Family of Libyan Lockerbie bomber can appeal conviction
  • UAE announces first two deaths from coronavirus: WAM
  • Deputy British ambassador to Hungary dies after contracting coronavirus: statement
  • Britain imposes lockdown to combat spread of coronavirus
  • New Zealand's Ardern leads Christchurch shooting memorials amid coronavirus scare
  • German coalition agrees to ease coronavirus pain for companies - document
  • Turkey shuts Greece, Bulgaria land borders to passengers: TRT Haber
  • Costa Rica coronavirus case tally rises beyond 100: government
  • Russia's Putin, China's Xi discuss coronavirus, agree medical cooperation: Kremlin
  • Pentagon confirms strikes against five Iran-backed militia group facilities in Iraq
  • Britain challenges start-ups to support mental health of self-isolators
  • Niger confirms first case of coronavirus, health minister says
  • Salvadoran police face trial for murder of trans woman deported from U.S.
  • Philippines reports 39 new coronavirus cases
  • Death toll in Iran from coronavirus reaches 429: health official
  • Bosnia declares nationwide state of emergency over coronavirus: PM
  • Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirus, Queen Elizabeth in good health
  • Powerful quake kills one child in Croatia's capital: health official
  • Vietnam newsman critical of ruling party gets 10 years' jail over land deal
  • Ahead of mosque attack anniversary, Twitter targets online polarizations
  • Yemen's Houthi leader says Saudi-led coalition support for ceasefire is welcomed
  • U.S. air strike hits four Iraqi positions: Iraqi military statement
  • Bosnia declares nationwide state of emergency over coronavirus: PM
  • 'Come home,' Chinese tell relatives in Spain as coronavirus cases jump
  • Up to 20,000 UK military personnel to go on standby for coronavirus
  • One year after mosque massacre, New Zealand is fighting rising hate
  • Saudi crown prince, UK's PM discuss cutting coronavirus economic impact
  • Coronavirus cases in Russia reach 658 after biggest daily rise: government
  • 'Chill out' and tomb sweep at home, Taiwan says amid virus fears
  • Australia's Bondi Beach closed after crowds defy coronavirus rules
  • China says within its rights to bar U.S. reporters from Hong Kong
  • French army moves up a gear in war against coronavirus
  • Germany, under EU pressure, amends decree on exports of protective equipment
  • After fleeing, China-based expats risk being stranded as global borders close
  • Head of Brazil's Senate tests positive for coronavirus - statement
  • Georgia bans foreigners from entering country over coronavirus
  • Brazil to hire more doctors to fight coronavirus, including Cubans
  • 'Is that it?': Chinese report into death of doctor who raised coronavirus alarm underwhelms
  • Kenya confirms first coronavirus death
  • Turkey detects 29 more coronavirus cases, totalrises to 47
  • Sports events around the world hit by coronavirus pandemic