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  • Iran death toll from new coronavirus outbreak rises by 91 to 5,209: health ministry official
  • UK's Queen Elizabeth thanks health workers around the world
  • Mormon church to open first temple in mainland China
  • Panama posts nearly 200 new coronavirus cases, extends flights ban
  • Portuguese priest celebrates Easter from convertible microcar
  • Singapore reports 49 more coronavirus cases, taking total to 1,049
  • China seeks fast-track travel arrangements with some countries
  • Italy closes ports to migrant ships because of coronavirus
  • After Pell acquittal, pope compares 'unjust sentences' to persecution of Jesus
  • Confirmed Japan coronavirus cases hit 10,000: NHK
  • Iran has no proxies, as Trump claims, but has friends: Foreign Minister tweets
  • Yemen separatists announce self-rule in south, complicating peace efforts
  • 'I lost control and started crying': Colombian doctor evicted as neighbors fear COVID-19
  • French coronavirus death toll close to 22,000: ministry
  • Blow for China's virus diplomacy as friendship song leaves Filipinos furious
  • Chilean consul in Argentine grains hub Rosario dies from coronavirus
  • Workers in hazmat suits collect prayers from 'God's mailbox' in Jerusalem
  • Deported from U.S., Guatemalans fear infection in mass quarantine
  • Text: UK PM Johnson says it's too soon to relax COVID lockdown
  • Latin America animal lovers rush to aid pets abandoned amid coronavirus
  • China reports fewer coronavirus infections, tallies asymptomatic cases
  • UK hospital admissions have not accelerated, rising by 1,000 a day: Chief Scientific Adviser
  • Outgoing Brazil minister denies Bolsonaro allegation he sought Supreme Court seat
  • UK's Prince Harry and wife Meghan bid farewell to royal roles
  • Coronavirus handling shows Greece no longer "black sheep" of Europe: PM
  • Top English health official confident working antibody test will be found
  • Australia eases restrictions on elective surgeries after slowing coronavirus spread
  • Older French school kids should wear masks: advisory body
  • Swedish government says to increase virus testing
  • South Asia coronavirus cases hit 22,000 as Maldives locks down capital
  • Impossible dilemma? World watches Italy as businesses plead to return to work
  • Japan govt: No plans at moment to extend state of emergency to other regions
  • Israel seals off ultra-Orthodox town hit hard by coronavirus
  • Italy may relax some coronavirus measures by end of April: Conte
  • Guinea-Bissau convicts 12 for smuggling record 1.8 tonnes of cocaine
  • UK says hundreds of thousands of Britons abroad trying to get home
  • Trouble in paradise: Spanish holiday island reels from coronavirus
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 2,352 to 148,046: RKI
  • Deaths from COVID-19 in UK care homes is higher than 2%: health minister
  • France's coronavirus death rate accelerates, cases near 100,000
  • Vatican welcomes Cardinal Pell acquittal; says he waited for the truth
  • World's busiest border falls quiet with millions of Mexicans barred from U.S.
  • Russia disapproves of Haftar's power grab in Libya: Ifax cites foreign minister
  • France's death toll slows but coronavirus still hits hard
  • Trump says U.S. investigating whether virus came from Wuhan lab
  • U.S. appeals to China to revise export rules on coronavirus medical gear
  • Hear our prayers - coronavirus cuts off France's Mont Saint-Michel
  • Jailed Saudi princess pleads for release as Ramadan arrives
  • Two weeks in, Britain's COVID-19 lockdown having an effect, study shows
  • UK pledges 200 million pounds in aid to help stop second coronavirus wave
  • South Korea reports more recovered coronavirus patients testing positive again
  • Ireland extends coronavirus lockdown to May 5
  • Passover blessing at Western Wall downsized due to coronavirus
  • Japan's Osaka to name and shame pachinko parlours defying coronavirus lockdown
  • Singapore warns firms to enable home-working as coronavirus cases rise to 926
  • Pandemic could trigger social unrest in some countries: IMF
  • Albanian shops, courts, taxis resume work next week, with conditions
  • Philippines records 19 new coronavirus deaths, 200 more cases
  • Israel closes off Jerusalem's ultra-Orthodox areas to stem coronavirus spread
  • Italy's daily coronavirus death toll and new cases decline slightly
  • Emboldened by closures, foxes prowl an ancient port city in Israel
  • Bolsonaro fires Brazil's health minister, calls to reopen economy
  • ICRC donates vital medical equipment to Gaza in coronavirus crisis
  • Panama reports 112 new coronavirus cases, bringing total to 2,100
  • Albania's coronavirus cases surge for third day in row
  • Japan state of emergency mutes nightlife but cities still open as infections rise
  • Deaths from COVID-19 in UK care homes is higher than 2%: health minister
  • Netanyahu and rival Gantz clinch Israel power-sharing deal
  • Faulty masks for pregnant women are latest problem for Japan's government
  • WHO warns against easing coronavirus measures too early
  • Fearing virus, some Chinese in Russia self-isolate, many go home
  • 'There's no better present': Chinese businesses send masks to European clients
  • Taiwan, WHO spar again over coronavirus information sharing
  • Germany: Gradual return to normality possible if infection trend continues
  • Spain's PM to ask for extension of coronavirus lockdown to May 9
  • France reports 40% of aircraft carrier group crew test positive for COVID-19
  • 'May the quarantine work': Bogota's emergency services swamped by COVID-19
  • Ireland extends coronavirus lockdown until May 5
  • Tripoli hospital under fire as continued shelling defies coronavirus
  • Recent North Korea missile test not particularly provocative: U.S. general
  • US extends economic aid to Greenland to counter China, Russia in Arctic
  • Philippines stops health workers going abroad to fight coronavirus
  • Venezuelan migrants flee Colombian quarantine for their shattered homeland
  • England coronavirus death toll rises 159 to 1,284
  • Doctors worry as populous Indian state struggles with coronavirus tests
  • Exclusive: Inside Trump's standoff with South Korea over defense costs
  • UK's Johnson will follow medical advice on when to return to work
  • South Korea puts off school opening again, goes online
  • Jordan extends closure of government offices until end of April
  • Austria eyes Easter 'resurrection', easing coronavirus lockdown at shops
  • Guatemalan deportees stranded in airport after three develop fever
  • Moscow opens coronavirus hospital it built in one month as cases jump
  • China's Guangzhou says it enforces coronavirus curbs equally for foreigners, citizens
  • Medics infected with coronavirus in western Afghanistan amid Iran exodus
  • UK to remain in lockdown as coronavirus deaths rise above 11,000
  • African governments team up with tech giants to fight coronavirus lies
  • Russia says Trump move to cut WHO funding over coronavirus is selfish
  • Vietnam donates 550,000 masks to EU countries in coronavirus fight
  • U.S., South Korea scramble to seal defence cost-sharing deal as thousands put on unpaid leave
  • Albania relaxes weekday curfew hours, toughens weekend lockdown