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  • UK's plan B if 'Team Johnson' is incapacitated? Answer is unclear
  • U.S. says will not take part in WHO global drugs, vaccine initiative launch
  • Death in the Holy Land: Coronavirus changes burial for Jews, Muslims
  • Too early to talk about easing of new cases in Germany yet: RKI
  • Australia says all WHO members should participate in a coronavirus inquiry
  • Yemen's war-scarred hospitals gear up to combat coronavirus threat
  • Cambodia PM orders casinos shut down as coronavirus cases climb
  • Russian jeweler tries to tap zeitgeist with coronavirus-shaped pendants
  • Hezbollah blames 'negative' c. bank performance for pound collapse: report
  • Ukraine parliament approves new finance, health ministers at special session
  • China rattles sabres as world battles coronavirus pandemic
  • China says all coronavirus clinical research must be registered
  • Exclusive: Inside Trump's standoff with South Korea over defense costs
  • Merkel: Will recommend tracking apps if tests successful
  • In dress of giant inflatable roses, Chinese artist marks Earth Day
  • UK PM Johnson has had some contact with ministers during coronavirus recovery
  • Taiwan tells agencies not to use Zoom on security grounds
  • UK's Queen Elizabeth thanks health workers around the world
  • Coronavirus upends global food supply chains in latest economic shock
  • Bulgaria recalls embassy official from Netherlands over illegally collecting coronavirus 'tax'
  • Iranians should be cautious but not afraid of the coronavirus: Rouhani
  • African migrants in Morocco wait for aid as coronavirus bites
  • Italy's social security website hit by hacker attack
  • Getting to know you: Life with 10 kids under Hungary's lockdown
  • Spain's overnight coronavirus death toll at 567; infection rate slows
  • Two dead in French military helicopter crash
  • China says Australia call for COVID-19 probe is political maneuvering
  • U.S. believes Iran was 'directly involved' in killing of Iranian dissident in Turkey
  • Moscow's lockdown permit system fuels surveillance fears
  • Mexican health ministry registers 1,688 coronavirus cases, 60 deaths
  • Special Report: Johnson listened to his scientists about coronavirus - but they were slow to sound the alarm
  • 'This is bliss': Chinese barber has clients queuing up as Wuhan eases lockdown
  • Van Gogh painting stolen from Dutch museum closed by coronavirus
  • France's Macron 'refuses to see WHO locked into U.S.-China war': Elysee
  • Muscovites flee coronavirus shutdown, bringing trouble to Russia's regions
  • Syrian air defences intercept Israeli aerial strikes on Palmyra: state media
  • U.S. paying Russia for entire planeload of coronavirus equipment: U.S. official
  • Surf's up: Australia's Bondi partly reopens as coronavirus curbs eased
  • Australia aid plane to Vanuatu delayed as Chinese plane was parked at Port Vila airport
  • Five years after Nepal's quake, lockdown stops reconstruction
  • Cubans cast aside coronavirus fears to search for scarcer food
  • Thailand reports 13 new coronavirus cases, one new death
  • Poland's borders to be closed until at least May 3: PM
  • Singapore reports record new cases, quarantines 20,000 migrant workers
  • Lonely times to be a new Mum as UK coronavirus lockdown halts normal life
  • UK finance minister Sunak, 39, next in line to lead country after Raab
  • Exclusive: France to hike crisis response by 10 billion euros to 110 billion - sources
  • Cyclone pounds Vanuatu, levelling buildings, amid virus shutdown
  • Austrian ski resort tainted by coronavirus wants less 'party tourism'
  • U.S. could rethink Iran sanctions in light of coronavirus: Pompeo
  • Bathroom Banksy: Street-artist stays home for new lockdown work
  • British health minister denies clash with finance chief over lockdown strategy
  • Bangladesh garment workers pack streets to demand wages during coronavirus lockdown
  • China vows to strengthen coronavirus controls at land borders as cases rise
  • China's revised COVID figures are a bid to 'leave no case undocumented': WHO
  • In dress of giant inflatable roses, Chinese artist marks Earth Day
  • Swiss coronavirus death toll rises by 19 to 559, cases top 21,000
  • French PM: It's time to ease virus lockdown
  • Italy's daily coronavirus death toll falls, but new cases accelerate
  • Cambodia adopts law to allow for emergency powers to tackle coronavirus
  • Murders rise in Mexico despite coronavirus restrictions
  • Spain's coronavirus death rate quickens again
  • Taliban recalls negotiators from Afghanistan after suspending prisoner exchange talks
  • UK ministers will review advice on wearing face masks: PM's spokesman
  • Twenty-three floors up, seven siblings endure lockdown in Congo
  • Driver killed in WHO vehicle carrying virus swabs in Myanmar's Rakhine
  • Nicaraguan protesters capture policeman, demand release of jailed activists
  • 'We are at war': Kenya halts movement to areas worst hit by coronavirus
  • No trade-off between health and economy, Sunak says
  • Scotland's chief medical officer resigns after flouting own coronavirus guidance
  • Pirates seize Portugal-flagged ship off Benin, kidnap crew: Bulgaria
  • Gunmen kill New Zealand man at Freeport mine office in Indonesia's Papua
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 2,055 to 152,438 - RKI
  • Coronavirus preys on inequalities in working class Paris suburb
  • Spain aims for end-June return to normality, to phase out coronavirus lockdown
  • Mass disinfections to combat coronavirus pose another health hazard
  • Ship boarded by armed men in Gulf of Oman is released: UKMTO
  • No scandal here: Mexico president defends meeting mother of drug lord 'El Chapo'
  • There was no China cover-up of coronavirus, Chinese envoy says
  • Venezuelan migrants flee Colombian quarantine for their shattered homeland
  • In Syria rebel stronghold, building makeshift ventilators to fight virus
  • French fire crews swap hoses for masks to fight coronavirus
  • Guatemala says 32 on deportation flight from U.S. infected with coronavirus
  • Tajikistan leader's son named senate speaker
  • Insults and fines: autistic young Spaniards struggle under lockdown
  • U.S. House committee launches probe of Trump WHO aid cutoff
  • Scotland's Sturgeon says life will not return to normal in the near future
  • Israel seeks immediate resumption of talks on citizens held in Gaza
  • French government: remaining vigilant over troubles in Paris suburbs
  • Iran has boosted range of naval missiles to 700 km: Fars news agency
  • China sees rise in asymptomatic coronavirus cases, to tighten controls at land borders
  • German labour minister wants to put right to home working in law
  • U.N. concerned by alleged abuses, prison break in west Libyan towns
  • UK epidemic is slowing; antibody test could soon be ready - advisers
  • Coronavirus not contained in Germany, warns institute as government weighs easing
  • Philippine penitents perform Easter rites despite coronavirus
  • British veteran raises $25 million by walking for health service
  • Ex-Vatican treasurer Cardinal Pell acquitted of sex offences, leaves jail
  • Despite some aid, poor Colombians fall through cracks during coronavirus lockdown
  • Protesting Poles engage in drive for abortion rights