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  • Russia's confirmed coronavirus cases reach 58,000
  • Bangladesh shuts down villages after tens of thousands attend cleric's funeral
  • Israel reopens some businesses and considers resuming school year
  • Exclusive: North Korea economic delegation to visit Beijing for food, trade talks - sources
  • Uruguay set to finish repatriation of passengers from coronavirus-hit cruise ship
  • Hong Kong police detain veteran democracy activists in raids
  • Putin extends Russia's non-working period due to coronavirus until May 11
  • Break for Asia's clogged capitals as coronavirus curbs traffic
  • Bulgaria's Roma fear coronavirus lockdowns leave them with no means to live
  • Vietnam's total coronavirus cases rise to 237, no deaths: health ministry
  • China and Australia target Pacific with coronavirus aid
  • China's Wuhan to keep testing residents as coronavirus lockdown eases
  • Germany, Luxembourg to take in young refugees, Greece says
  • Portugal suspends rents, worries surface over post-pandemic housing crisis
  • Crowds loot trucks in Cape Town a month into COVID-19 lockdown
  • Holy Land custodian urges Israel to let clerics celebrate Easter in Holy Sepulchre
  • Canadian hospitals prepare to sterilize, re-use N95 masks if supplies dwindle
  • Hundreds protest in southern Russian against coronavirus curbs
  • Taiwan virus cases jump after ship visit, Palau says not the source
  • New Zealand extends lockdown by a week, to ease measures on April 27
  • Prince William opens new UK emergency COVID-19 hospital
  • Bolsonaro expected to fire defiant Brazilian health minister
  • Erdogan rejects Turkish minister's resignation after coronavirus lockdown criticism
  • Trump: British Prime Minister Johnson 'seems to be doing better'
  • Italy's coronavirus deaths edge higher, new lockdown approach urged
  • Swedish government to put forward bill granting it wider powers in pandemic fight
  • Indonesia reports 316 new coronavirus cases, 26 deaths
  • U.S. envoy blasts Moscow's 'secret' trial of ex-marine charged with spying
  • Glass half empty or full? Hong Kong bars confused over new coronavirus curbs
  • Time to tackle two crises at once, activist Thunberg says on Earth Day
  • South Africa to increase welfare provision over coronavirus: Ramaphosa
  • Panama reports 112 new coronavirus cases, bringing total to 2,100
  • Hundreds protest against lockdown at Polish-German border
  • Australia promises aid to coronavirus-alert Pacific as cyclone tears through
  • Dutch PM prefers a 'gift' to a loan for European coronavirus support
  • As Brazil's COVID-19 testing lags, available labs go unused
  • Rouhani urges Iran military to seek regional stability, remain vigilant
  • Cyprus extends flight ban for another two weeks
  • Dutch coronavirus cases rise by 734 to 28,153: authorities
  • Too early to talk of green shoots on coronavirus admissions: senior UK medic
  • Police boss says nowhere in northern Mozambique under insurgent control
  • UAE against unilateral changes to situation in Yemen: official
  • Dutch coronavirus cases rise by 655 to 37,845, with 66 new deaths -authorities
  • UK's Prince Charles, 71, out of self-isolation and in good health
  • Iran says coronavirus death toll nearing 4,000
  • COVID-19 cases and deaths rising, debt relief needed for poorest nations: WHO
  • Nigerian police deploy units to tackle lockdown crimewave
  • South Africa coronavirus cases rise to 2,272, deaths at 27
  • Spain to extend coronavirus state of emergency until April 26: El Pais
  • UK PM Johnson is stable, still in intensive care: Downing Street
  • Muslim grouping OIC urges help for vulnerable states in coronavirus battle
  • Love wins: wedding preparations resume in Wuhan as coronavirus lockdown lifts
  • World food prices fall sharply in March because of coronavirus, oil slump: U.N
  • Locked down Catalans mark St. George's Day with roses on balconies
  • British PM's photographer isolating with coronavirus symptoms: The Sun
  • UK Jewish Chronicle owner battles to save titles after collapse
  • Malta says it can no longer rescue, accept migrants
  • Indian power grid operators scramble to prepare for Modi's 'lights off' plan
  • Restrictions in Germany are flattening virus curve: minister
  • Wedding streamers: Indonesia couple takes big day online to keep coronavirus at bay
  • New Zealand reports 2 coronavirus deaths, Australia has 56
  • Trump order temporarily limits U.S. immigration during coronavirus crisis
  • Moscow to introduce passes for travel around the city during lockdown
  • NATO seeks to speed up medical aid deliveries, wary of Russian drills
  • Putin extends Russia's lockdown for two weeks, prepares to ease in mid-May
  • British PM Johnson will be back at work on Monday, office says
  • Russia's confirmed coronavirus cases reach 58,000
  • On an empty Via Dolorosa, archbishop urges Good Friday prayer for the dying
  • The bridesmaids wore masks: Colombian couple meets, marries in coronavirus shelter
  • England's coronavirus death toll rises 29% to 1,651
  • In Italy, support groups fear lockdown is silencing domestic abuse victims
  • Britain probably reaching virus peak, says England's Chief Medical Officer
  • U.S. air strikes killed civilians in Somalia, Amnesty International says
  • China's Wuhan to keep testing residents as coronavirus lockdown eases
  • South Africa's COVID-19 crisis strengthens Ramaphosa's economic reform hand
  • Australia to pursue coronavirus investigation at World Health Assembly
  • China appoints Sun Jinlong as new environment ministry party head
  • Austria's Kurz says Germany copied his country's lockdown easing plan
  • China reports 89 new coronavirus cases on April 13, 86 imported
  • Van Gogh painting stolen from Dutch museum closed by coronavirus
  • Canada to press U.S. further on medical supplies, Trudeau says
  • France more than doubles crisis package cost to 100 billion euros
  • Crowds loot trucks in Cape Town a month into COVID-19 lockdown
  • Coronavirus can cause extra delirium, but 'no catastrophe' in Belgian psychiatric hospital
  • U.S., Taliban officials meet to discuss prisoner release dispute: Taliban spokesman
  • Pope starts fund to help poorer countries deal with coronavirus
  • Kazakh activist released after being held for spreading false information
  • Putin postpones milestone Victory Day military parade over coronavirus
  • Germany arrests four men from Tajikistan suspected of planning attack
  • 'No one is prepared for this' - Italian doctors fight to keep home patients alive
  • Germany's coronavirus cases rise by 2,821, deaths by 129: RKI
  • Russia quarantines thousands of troops after calling off Red Square parade
  • Bulgarian coronavirus cases pass 1,000, health ministry says
  • Head of EU's top science body quits amid coronavirus controversy
  • Indonesia reports biggest daily jump in coronavirus cases
  • Czech government seeks state of emergency extension until May 25: CTK news agency
  • Business as usual in Iran as malls, bazaars reopen amid coronavirus
  • Trump draft order requires more from tech workers on H-1B visas: Bloomberg
  • UK police chided for overzealous response to coronavirus lockdown
  • Guatemala registers 16 new coronavirus cases, infections rise to 153 - president