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  • U.N. nuclear watchdog plans delayed board meeting because of coronavirus
  • Canada's Trudeau: world has changed even if pandemic ends, vaccine found
  • Canada, U.S. are likely to extend travel restrictions until June 21
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 432 to 179,002: RKI
  • Lesbians, gays live in fear of attacks in Kenyan refugee camp
  • Iraq lawmakers approve government of Prime Minister-designate Kadhimi
  • Colombia extends national quarantine until July
  • Cyprus announces partial easing of lockdown from May 4
  • EU launches new COVID-19 fundraising to address concerns over equal access
  • Exclusive: Afghan lawmakers say 45 migrants drowned after Iranian guards forced them into river
  • Indian court seeks government reply over challenge to mandatory coronavirus app
  • Turkey's coronavirus death toll rises by 78 to 3,336: ministry
  • Coronavirus in Mexico made worse by trio of health risk factors
  • Thailand reports seven new coronavirus cases, no new deaths
  • UK police say PM adviser Cummings might have made 'minor' breach of lockdown
  • UK tells EU: break the Brexit 'impasse' so we can do trade deal
  • Chile′s Pinera says lobbied Trump to seek 'pole position' for vaccine access
  • Dutch mark 75th liberation anniversary, king urges reflection
  • Impoverished Burundi, battered by violence and coronavirus, gears up for elections
  • Nigeria to ease lockdowns in three states over six-week period
  • Italy's coronavirus death toll far higher than reported: stats office
  • UK hospital trials blood plasma treatment for COVID-19
  • Swim but don't sunbathe - French Riviera beach re-opens with post-lockdown rules
  • WHO says the Americas are new COVID-19 epicenter as deaths surge in Latin America
  • Shipping plan would reel international emissions into EU carbon market
  • Saudi Arabia to end curfew on June 21, except in Mecca
  • Libya frontline pullback puts eastern offensive in question
  • Final round of French local elections due on June 28: BFM TV
  • UK commuters face cycling or walking to work once lockdown is eased
  • China legislation on Hong Kong could lead to U.S. sanctions, White House says
  • New Zealand leaps out of coronavirus lockdown with bungee jumps, midnight haircuts
  • UK PM Johnson accepts public frustration with lockdown easing rules
  • Ivory Coast presidential candidate Soro sentenced to 20 years in prison
  • Spain coronavirus tally stabilises but economic cost high
  • Bosnia to re-open borders with neighbouring countries on June 1
  • UK Labour's Starmer to question PM in coronavirus strategy call
  • Brazil, world No. 2 coronavirus hotspot, suffers 653 new deaths
  • Moderate Iran quake kills two, draws many into Tehran streets
  • Hush descends on Havana as street performers vanish in wake of tourists
  • UK COVID-19 death toll nears 43,000 as scrutiny over strategy grows
  • Putin uses WW2 anniversary for bridge-building with U.S., Britain
  • Italian PM warns regions against going it alone on lifting curbs
  • Australian media face trial over Pell sex abuse case reporting
  • Free movement across Italy to be allowed from June 3: draft decree
  • India to help migrant workers leave cities, but infections mount
  • Newborns among 16 dead in Kabul hospital attack; 24 killed in funeral bombing
  • Freed Italian aid worker returns home on special flight
  • Migrants stuck on merchant ship disembark in Libya: IOM
  • U.S. slaps sanctions on Nicaraguan army chief, finance minister
  • Slovakia may let shops reopen sooner as coronavirus numbers slow: PM
  • France pushing for tough EU response to any West Bank annexation: diplomats
  • New Zealand expects plan for safe travel with Australia in June
  • Israeli court tells Netanyahu he must appear at start of trial
  • Slovenia to allow passenger air traffic from Tuesday
  • U.S. senators seek to sanction Chinese officials over Hong Kong
  • Xi makes high-stakes power play in move to subdue Hong Kong
  • Two pro-democracy lawmakers removed from Hong Kong Legislative Council
  • Thailand reopening more businesses as coronavirus eases
  • Germany loosens quarantine restrictions for travellers from Schengen area, UK
  • First Hong Kong protester to admit 'rioting' gets four years' jail
  • Philippine telecoms body orders TV broadcaster that irked Duterte to shut
  • Murder case claims turbulent career of veteran Lesotho PM
  • Custard tarts and classes: Portuguese enjoy some normality again
  • Venezuela announces border curfews as coronavirus cases jump
  • New Zealand eases coronavirus curbs on public gatherings
  • 'Darth Vader' enforces lockdown in Philippine village
  • Yemen reports 21 new coronavirus cases including three deaths
  • Ivanka Trump draws derision in India for praising migrant's hard journey home
  • China's planned security agencies for Hong Kong a 'death knell' for autonomy: Pompeo
  • UK confident COVID-19 tracking system will be place before lockdown eased
  • Pakistani legislator dies from COVID-19, as highest daily toll recorded
  • Argentine parents, newborn baby separated 8,000 miles by virus
  • Ivory Coast army joins Burkina Faso in anti-jihadist operation
  • Socially-distanced barbecues permitted in England, says PM Johnson
  • PM Boris Johnson's address to British people on easing lockdown
  • Tanzania's Magufuli plans to lift coronavirus restrictions
  • Libya frontline pullback puts eastern offensive in question
  • Malaysia reports 37 new coronavirus cases; two deaths
  • Vietnam reports first new coronavirus infection in 9 days, taking its tally to 271
  • Greece plans gradual relaxation of lockdown measures
  • Turkey's Erdogan says many facilities to reopen on June 1
  • Explainer: Tracking the coronavirus 'reproduction rate' as lockdowns ease
  • Iran lauds arms supply to Palestinians against 'tumor' Israel
  • Coronavirus bump: Argentina's Fernandez rises in polls over handling of COVID-19
  • Panama to relax coronavirus measures in second stage of re-opening
  • French Foreign Minister: regrets new rebel party but LREM majority not in danger
  • Magnitude 6.2 earthquake strikes central Mediterranean Sea: EMSC
  • U.S. assails WHO 'failure' in pandemic, saying it cost 'many lives'
  • Belgium to open shops and allow Mother's Day meetings
  • Poland's May 10 presidential election hangs in balance
  • Beijing says new HK laws won't harm investors, urges countries to stop 'meddling'
  • Thailand reports nine new coronavirus cases, no new deaths
  • UK PM's adviser has been reported to police over lockdown journey: Daily Mirror
  • Russian hospital to stop using certain ventilators until fire investigation completed: TASS
  • China launches spacecraft via largest carrier rocket: CCTV
  • Saudi Arabia allows entry to and exit from Qatif province
  • UK to recommend sweeping changes to workplaces after lockdown: report
  • Hong Kong police fire tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters
  • Turkey extends closure of schools to end-May over coronavirus: minister
  • U.S. says Russia is working with Syria's Assad to move militia to Libya