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Coronavirus World: Full Coverage 10m Updated Coronavirus World: Full Coverage
Up to 150 Saudi royals are infected, while Britain’s prime minister, Boris Johnson, remains in intensive care. China ended its lockdown of Wuhan, and other nations are considering easing restrictions.
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Coronavirus live news: global trade forecast to fall by up to a third as US sees highest one-day death toll14m Updated Coronavirus live news: global trade forecast to fall by up to a third as US sees highest one-day death toll
Scientists predict UK will be worst-hit country in Europe; Trump threatens to stop WHO funding; Global cases pass 1.4 million
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22m Updated Coronavirus: Are dentists open during the lockdown?
The British Dental Association says dentists are being bombarded by calls from patients in pain.
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22m Chancellor announces £750m of aid for charities
Rishi Sunak unveils a £750m package to keep charities afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Microloans, Seen as Salvation for Poor Women, Trap Many in Debt24m Updated Microloans, Seen as Salvation for Poor Women, Trap Many in Debt
In Jordan, an unregulated microloan industry offers easy money. But with no way to repay loans, many women end up buried in debt, or in prison.
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Live Stock Market Tracker During Coronavirus Pandemic26m Updated Live Stock Market Tracker During Coronavirus Pandemic
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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29m Government announces aid for charity sector
Rishi Sunak unveils a £750m package to keep charities afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Coronavirus Invades Saudi Inner Sanctum34m Updated Coronavirus Invades Saudi Inner Sanctum
More than six weeks after Saudi Arabia reported its first case, the coronavirus is striking at the heart of the kingdom’s sprawling royal family.
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39m Updated US election 2020: Bernie Sanders suspends presidential campaign
The decision clears the way for Joe Biden to become the Democratic nominee who faces Donald Trump.
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44m Updated Coronavirus: Lockdown in Wales to be extended next week
The lockdown will not be lifted next week, Wales' first minister confirms.
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49m How Doctors Are Treating Covid-19 Patients
We want to hear from the doctors, nurses and health care workers risking their lives to save us from the coronavirus pandemic. What makes you do what you do?
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52m Coronavirus: Fifteen die at care home during pandemic
The people were residents at a 69-bed care home in Luton.
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57m Coronavirus: Chancellor announces aid for charities
Rishi Sunak unveils a £750m package to keep charities afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Eight U.K. Doctors Died From Coronavirus. All Were Immigrants.59m Updated Eight U.K. Doctors Died From Coronavirus. All Were Immigrants.
In a country where anti-immigrant sentiment gave rise to the Brexit movement, Britain’s health care system depends heavily on foreign doctors, who are now on the front lines fighting the epidemic.
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UK coronavirus live: Rishi Sunak gives government briefing, as death toll reaches 7,097, a record daily rise of 9381h UK coronavirus live: Rishi Sunak gives government briefing, as death toll reaches 7,097, a record daily rise of 938
Boris Johnson sitting up in bed in intensive care, says chancellor, as he announces £750m package for charities
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Coronavirus UK: Boris Johnson could be off work for two months1h 5m Coronavirus UK: Boris Johnson could be off work for two months
Scientists forecast Mr Johnson would be physically drained from fighting the virus, for which he has received oxygen in St Thomas' Hospital in central London.
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Nicaragua: anger and fear mount as president stays missing for almost a month1h 7m Nicaragua: anger and fear mount as president stays missing for almost a month
Daniel Ortega was last seen on 12 March, and his absence has sparked worry and confusion as Central America battles coronavirus pandemic He was one of the key leaders of Nicaragua’s revolutionary Sandinista movement that drove the dictatorial Somoza clan from power. But in the battle against coronavirus,
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E.U. Court Rules Poland Must Suspend Disciplinary Panel for Judges1h 10m E.U. Court Rules Poland Must Suspend Disciplinary Panel for Judges
It was another setback for the governing party’s bid to control the courts, which European officials called a grave threat to Poland’s democracy.
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Brexit: UK plan to agree trade deal by December is fantasy, says EU1h 11m Updated Brexit: UK plan to agree trade deal by December is fantasy, says EU
Leaked letter reveals scale of bloc’s inability to function during coronavirus outbreak
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Live Updates: Elite Saudi Hospital Braces for a Wave of Royal Patients1h 14m Updated Live Updates: Elite Saudi Hospital Braces for a Wave of Royal Patients
Up to 150 Saudi royals are infected, while Britain’s prime minister, Boris Johnson, remains in intensive care. China ended its lockdown of Wuhan, and other nations are considering easing restrictions.
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1h 15m Bernie Sanders is out, but these moments will last forever
Bernie Sanders has dropped out of the 2020 race for president. Take a look back at the most memorable moments from his second presidential campaign.
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Migrant children on Greek islands to be flown to Luxembourg1h 21m Migrant children on Greek islands to be flown to Luxembourg
Luxembourg to take in 11 minors after member states and Switzerland pledge to find homes for 1,600 Eleven children trapped on Greek islands will be flown to Luxembourg next week, the first of a
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UK coronavirus live: hospital death toll reaches 7,097, a record daily rise of 9381h 27m UK coronavirus live: hospital death toll reaches 7,097, a record daily rise of 938
Boris Johnson ‘responding to treatment’ in intensive care; Wales to extend lockdown
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1h 36m These are the others who were once in the race
The 2020 Democratic presidential primary field is down to one. Sen. Bernie Sanders has ended his presidential campaign, leaving only former Vice President Joe Biden remaining from the once-crowded pack.
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African swine fever outbreak reported in western Poland1h 42m African swine fever outbreak reported in western Poland
Highly contagious virus fatal to pigs found close to German border, as illness continues to spread in China An outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) was confirmed on Monday on a farm near the village of Więckowice near Poznań in western Poland, less than 150km (93 miles) from the border with Germany.
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1h 43m What California is doing right in responding to the coronavirus pandemic
Within weeks of the Grand Princess cruise ship arriving off the California coast -- an early harbinger of the coming coronavirus pandemic -- Gov. Gavin Newsom issued the first statewide mandatory restrictions in the United States.
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1h 50m The Jewish Chronicle and Jewish News to go into liquidation
The Jewish Chronicle and Jewish News say they cannot survive the impact of the coronavirus epidemic.
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1h 53m Updated Essex lorry deaths: Driver Maurice Robinson admits manslaughter
Maurice Robinson was arrested after the bodies of 39 Vietnamese migrants were found in his lorry.
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1h 55m Bernie Sanders suspends campaign
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders suspends his campaign for nomination as candidate.
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India Savors a Rare Upside to Coronavirus: Clean Air2h Updated India Savors a Rare Upside to Coronavirus: Clean Air
Delhi residents are stunned by how blue the sky really is as a strict lockdown cuts back drastically on air pollution.
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Scientists create mutant enzyme that recycles plastic bottles in hours2h Scientists create mutant enzyme that recycles plastic bottles in hours
Bacterial enzyme originally found in compost can be used to make high-quality new bottles A mutant bacterial enzyme that breaks down plastic bottles for recycling in hours has been created by scientists. The enzyme, originally discovered in a compost heap of leaves, reduced the bottles to chemical building blocks that were then used to make high-quality new bottles. Existing recycling technologies usually produce plastic only good enough for clothing and carpets.
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Humans living in Amazon 10,000 years ago cultivated plants, study finds2h Humans living in Amazon 10,000 years ago cultivated plants, study finds
Findings from Bolivia show plants were domesticated in region shortly after last ice age The Amazon basin was a hotspot for the early cultivation of plants, with inhabitants having munched on squash and cassava more than 10,000 years ago, researchers have revealed. The team say the new findings from Bolivia offer direct evidence such plants were grown in south-west Amazonia, meaning the region has a claim to join the Middle East, China, south-west Mexico and north-west South America as locations where wild plants were domesticated shortly after the last ice age. The team say the discovery chimes with other clues.
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2h A billionaire art collector will distribute 10 million face masks in vending machines around Hong Kong
Renowned art collector Adrian Cheng has announced plans to distribute millions of surgical face masks free of charge during the coronavirus pandemic, using 35 specially built vending machines placed in various locations around Hong Kong.
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2h Updated China lifts 76-day lockdown in city where Covid-19 began
Wuhan, China has reopened after a 76-day lockdown but some restrictions within the city of 11 million people will remain in place as officials warn that the threat from Covid-19 remains far from over. CNN's David Culver reports.
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Live Updates: Boris Johnson ‘Responding to Treatment’ in I.C.U. for Coronavirus2h Updated Live Updates: Boris Johnson ‘Responding to Treatment’ in I.C.U. for Coronavirus
China ended its lockdown of the city where the pandemic emerged, and other nations consider similar steps. President Trump and other officials are questioning the W.H.O.’s response to the outbreak.
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France and Germany count economic cost of coronavirus crisis2h France and Germany count economic cost of coronavirus crisis
Europe's biggest economies have begun counting the cost to growth from the coronavirus crisis - as leaders across the continent struggle to reach agreement on how to mitigate its impact.
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2h Coronavirus: Fifteen die in care home during pandemic
The people were residents at a 69-bed care home in Luton.
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Essex lorry deaths: driver pleads guilty to manslaughter of 39 migrants2h Essex lorry deaths: driver pleads guilty to manslaughter of 39 migrants
Maurice Robinson makes plea after 39 Vietnamese migrants were found dead in refrigerated truck in Essex Lorry driver Maurice Robinson, 25, of Craigavon in Northern Ireland, has
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A third of Brits think the police have gone too far with their lockdown crackdown 3h Updated A third of Brits think the police have gone too far with their lockdown crackdown 
Nearly a third of the public, 32 per cent, back the force's approach to implementing coronavirus lockdown rules but say they have gone too far on occasion
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3h Italy bridge collapse: Two drivers survive
The bridge would normally have been busy but lockdown measures meant there was little traffic.
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Kayleigh McEnany replaces Stephanie Grisham as Trump press secretary3h Kayleigh McEnany replaces Stephanie Grisham as Trump press secretary
Controversial spokesperson for Trump re-election campaign takes over for Grisham, who never held a press briefing Donald Trump has shaken up his communications operation by hiring Kayleigh McEnany, a controversial spokeswoman for his re-election campaign, as his fourth White House press secretary.
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3h Updated World Championships moved to avoid 2022 Commonwealths clash
The 2022 World Athletics Championships is moved forward by three weeks to avoid a clash with the Birmingham Commonwealth Games.
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3h Lady Gaga apologizes to Jimmy Fallon after awkward interview
Lady Gaga has finally explained her incredibly awkward interview with Jimmy Fallon last week.
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Nurse, 70, who served 44 years with the NHS dies from coronavirus3h Updated Nurse, 70, who served 44 years with the NHS dies from coronavirus
A 'completely dedicated' nurse who served the NHS for 44 years has died from the coronavirus, as its announced a doctor treating patients also succumbed to the disease in London.
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Live Updates: E.U.’s Top Scientist Quits Amid Coronavirus Bailout Logjam3h Live Updates: E.U.’s Top Scientist Quits Amid Coronavirus Bailout Logjam
China ended its lockdown of the city where the pandemic emerged, and other nations consider similar steps. President Trump and other officials are questioning the W.H.O.’s response to the outbreak.
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3h Updated Trump makes misleading claims about WHO, his record on virus
President Donald Trump on Tuesday made inaccurate claims about the World Health Organization and delivered more of the false statements that have become a signature trait of his daily coronavirus briefings.
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3h Updated Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho and a number of players flout social distancing rules
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho and a number of his star players have been pictured flouting social distancing regulations by training in a local north London park.
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Coronavirus: NHS staff form guard of honour for patient leaving hospital – video3h Coronavirus: NHS staff form guard of honour for patient leaving hospital – video
A 61-year-old patient has received a guard of honour from the staff at the Leicester Royal Infirmary after recovering from Covid-19.  Hylton Murray-Philipson spent two weeks in the hospital’s intensive care ward after suffering nine days of dry cough and fever
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3h 11 times Donald Trump downplayed the coronavirus
President Donald Trump has consistently underplayed the severity of the coronavirus and its impact on the country over the past few months. And who has comes to his defense? Vice President Mike Pence! Chris Cillizza runs through some of the top moments President Trump has belittled the threat of coronavirus.
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Live World Coverage of the Coronavirus Pandemic3h Updated Live World Coverage of the Coronavirus Pandemic
China ended its lockdown of the city where the pandemic emerged, and other nations consider similar steps. President Trump and other officials are questioning the W.H.O.’s response to the outbreak.
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4h UK PM spends second night in intensive care
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has spent a second night in intensive care at a London hospital, suffering from coronavirus.
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4h Coronavirus: Covid-19 detecting apps run into privacy issues
Researchers at two leading universities take different approaches to creating cough-analysing tools.
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4h The Heroine of This Korean Best Seller Is Extremely Ordinary. That’s the Point.
“Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982,” a surprise hit when it was published, ignited what Cho Nam-Joo called “a public debate” around gender and inequality.
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Why Coronavirus Conspiracy Theories Flourish. And Why It Matters.4h Updated Why Coronavirus Conspiracy Theories Flourish. And Why It Matters.
Unseen villains. Top-secret cures. In their quest for reassurance during the pandemic, many people are worsening more than just their own anxiety.
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4h Coronavirus: How England lags behind other UK nations on testing
Official data suggests testing in England has been slower than in Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland.
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4h Updated John Prine, influential singer-songwriter, dies at 73
John Prine, the raspy-voiced singer-songwriter whose homespun, witty and insightful country-folk tunes influenced legions of musicians in a career that spanned five decades, died Tuesday at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. He was 73.
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4h Coronavirus: Lockdown in Wales to be extended
The lockdown will not be lifted next week, the first minister confirms.
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4h Updated Millions of jobs are at risk as fashion and luxury sales fall off a cliff
The retail industry has been decimated by the coronavirus pandemic, and much of the destruction has landed on luxury and fashion companies.
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5h Almost 60% of passengers on board Antarctic cruise ship have coronavirus
Australian and New Zealand passengers will be evacuated from a stricken Antarctic cruise ship Thursday, after almost 60% of those on board tested positive for the coronavirus.
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Coronavirus Pandemic Across the World Live Coverage5h Updated Coronavirus Pandemic Across the World Live Coverage
Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain spent a second night in intensive care, and China ended its lockdown of Wuhan, the city where the pandemic first emerged.
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5h Clubs to vote on SPFL season plan - but Scottish Premiership decision delayed
SPFL clubs are to vote on whether the Championship, League One and League Two seasons should be ended with final places decided based on points per game.
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Family of four found dead in West Sussex all had shotgun wounds5h Family of four found dead in West Sussex all had shotgun wounds
Bodies of Robert Needham, Kelly Fitzgibbons and their children, age four and two, were discovered on 29 March A family of four including two young children, who were found dead at their home in West Sussex, all suffered shotgun wounds, a coroner has heard. The bodies of Robert Needham, Kelly Fitzgibbons and their children, Ava Needham, four, and Lexi Needham, two, were discovered on 29 March, along with that of their dog.
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Stock Markets on Edge as Grim Economic Data Arrives: Live Updates5h Stock Markets on Edge as Grim Economic Data Arrives: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Supermoon shines on lockdown Britain: People across the country look to the skies5h Updated Supermoon shines on lockdown Britain: People across the country look to the skies
Across the country, people have being grabbing cameras and smartphones to try and record the lunar light show, a welcome respite from the coronavirus pandemic.
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5h Updated Coronavirus: Tesco tells people to visit stores to get food
The supermarket says there is "simply not enough capacity" to supply everyone with online shopping.
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Jewish Chronicle and Jewish News to be liquidated and staff laid off5h Jewish Chronicle and Jewish News to be liquidated and staff laid off
Sources say staff have been told parent company has run out of money during UK lockdown The Jewish Chronicle and Jewish News are being liquidated and their staff made redundant, according to sources at the outlets, after their parent company ran out of money as the coronavirus pandemic devastates the media industry. While some news outlets have furloughed journalists in the hope of riding out the crisis, sources at the Jewish Chronicle say staff were informed that the parent company had run out of cash and could not continue trading.
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5h Trump is desperately seeking to avoid blame
President Donald Trump has royally screwed up the federal government's coronavirus response, and he knows it. And he's doing what he always does: Instead of fixing any of the many problems he's caused, he's trying to weasel his way out of blame and doing all he can to dodge oversight and responsibility.
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5h Trump says US will have more ventilators than it needs
The US president says he will offer the devices to "desperate" countries fighting coronavirus.
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Top E.U. Scientist Quits Amid Coronavirus Bailout Logjam: Full Coverage5h Top E.U. Scientist Quits Amid Coronavirus Bailout Logjam: Full Coverage
Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain spent a second night in intensive care, and China ended its lockdown of Wuhan, the city where the pandemic first emerged.
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5h Updated Coronavirus: Boris Johnson spends second night in intensive care
Boris Johnson's condition is "stable", No 10 says, as the foreign secretary describes him as a "fighter".
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MPs launch inquiry into potential Chinese asset stripping of UK firms5h MPs launch inquiry into potential Chinese asset stripping of UK firms
Emergency inquiry follows aborted boardroom takeover of Imagination Technologies An emergency Commons inquiry into potential Chinese asset-stripping of UK hi-tech firms has been launched following an aborted Chinese boardroom takeover of Imagination Technologies, a Hertfordshire-based chip designer at the cutting edge of AI and communications technology. The inquiry by the foreign affairs select committee is going ahead even though the culture secretary, Oliver Dowden, stepped in to delay the boardroom takeover due to take place at a meeting on Tuesday.
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Stock Markets Slip as Grim Economic Data Arrives: Live Updates5h Updated Stock Markets Slip as Grim Economic Data Arrives: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Canadian nursing home reels from death of half its residents5h Canadian nursing home reels from death of half its residents
Facility in Bobcaygeon, Ontario, emerges as one of most tragic stories in country’s struggle against Covid-19
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US briefing: Trump denounces WHO, NY Covid-19 deaths, Wuhan lifts lockdown5h US briefing: Trump denounces WHO, NY Covid-19 deaths, Wuhan lifts lockdown
Wednesday’s top story: Trump tries to shift blame from role in downplaying coronavirus. Plus, first train in 11 weeks departs from former centre of outbreak in China Good morning, I’m Mattha Busby with today’s essential stories.
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5h Updated Today’s News: What You Need to Know
Here's what you need to know.
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5h Updated Coronavirus: More than 9 million expected to be furloughed
New analysis underlines a surge in demand for the government's Job Retention Scheme.
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Eurozone fails to agree on €540bn coronavirus rescue plan5h Eurozone fails to agree on €540bn coronavirus rescue plan
All-night EU talks break up without a deal amid splits over conditions on financial aid
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Live Coronavirus News and Updates6h Updated Live Coronavirus News and Updates
Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain spent a second night in intensive care, and China ended its lockdown of Wuhan, the city where the pandemic first emerged.
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6h Updated Coronavirus lockdown sees air pollution plummet across UK
Levels of nitrogen dioxide fall by an average 40% on the same period last year.
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Sanity, stability and stress-relief: why our beloved pets have never been more important6h Sanity, stability and stress-relief: why our beloved pets have never been more important
They are time-keepers, normality-bringers and playthings. Here’s the science behind how cats and dogs help support our mental health
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Coronavirus Pandemic: Live International Updates6h Coronavirus Pandemic: Live International Updates
Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain spent a second night in intensive care, and China ended its lockdown of Wuhan, the city where the pandemic first emerged.
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6h Updated Coronavirus pandemic: Tracking the global outbreak
Key maps and charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread around the world and how it is being dealt with.
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The truth about self-care: how isolation has changed the way I look after myself6h The truth about self-care: how isolation has changed the way I look after myself
Enforced solitude has been a wake-up call. I have invested time in cooking, rummaging around in nature and connecting with other people
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Mother of bus driver reveals his heartbreaking final words6h Mother of bus driver reveals his heartbreaking final words
EXCLUSIVE: Emeka Nyack, 36, who drove the number four bus in London, died on Saturday after fighting coronavirus for more than two weeks. He had warned about lack of safety precautions.
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Top E.U. Scientist Quits Amid Coronavirus Bailout Logjam: World Coverage6h Top E.U. Scientist Quits Amid Coronavirus Bailout Logjam: World Coverage
Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain spent a second night in intensive care, and China ended its lockdown of Wuhan, the city where the pandemic first emerged.
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6h Killing Eve: Third season divides critics
Reviewers are in two minds about the third season of the BBC's darkly comic thriller.
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7h Updated The power of family dance parties when the world is falling apart
It took us about three days of social distancing before we decided to permanently relocate our coffee table to the corner.
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Coronavirus Australia latest: at a glance7h Updated Coronavirus Australia latest: at a glance
A summary of the major developments in the coronavirus outbreak across Australia Here is our daily roundup of the latest developments in the coronavirus pandemic in Australia. The main stories on Wednesday 8 April are:
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7h Updated Coronavirus: New London bus safety measures after nine worker deaths
Passengers will only be able to use middle-doors on some vehicles but unions call for more action.
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California Reaches Deal on Masks: Live Markets Updates7h Updated California Reaches Deal on Masks: Live Markets Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Joan Baez: where to start in her back catalogue7h Joan Baez: where to start in her back catalogue
In the Listener’s digest series, our writers help you explore the work of great musicians. Today: the first lady of folk-rock
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7h Updated Tesla furloughs staff and slashes salaries as Covid-19 pandemic worsens
Tesla is telling staff to brace for pay cuts and furloughs as the Covid-19 pandemic disrupts operations and cripples demand.
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Trump Attacks W.H.O. and Ousts Watchdog for Pandemic Fund7h Updated Trump Attacks W.H.O. and Ousts Watchdog for Pandemic Fund
New York and New Jersey recorded one-day highs for deaths, and voters in Wisconsin cast ballots while trying to exercise proper social distancing.
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Live Updates: Top E.U. Scientist Quits Amid Coronavirus Bailout Logjam7h Updated Live Updates: Top E.U. Scientist Quits Amid Coronavirus Bailout Logjam
Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care, and China ended its lockdown of Wuhan, the city where the pandemic first emerged, after 11 weeks.
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7h John Prine: Bruce Springsteen leads tributes to late singer
The Grammy-winning country-folk singer died aged 73, due to coronavirus complications.
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Wuhan ends coronavirus lockdown – in pictures7h Wuhan ends coronavirus lockdown – in pictures
After 76 days sealed off from the world, the central Chinese city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus pandemic began, has opened its doors again. At midnight on Wednesday, authorities allowed residents to leave the city for the first time since 23 January, when
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Local residents SLAM Gordon Ramsay for leaving London and spending lockdown at his beachfront home7h Updated Local residents SLAM Gordon Ramsay for leaving London and spending lockdown at his beachfront home
Villagers are worried Gordon may have brought the virus with him from London and have even threatened to expose his address if he doesn't leave.
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How to meditate when it feels like everything is out of control7h How to meditate when it feels like everything is out of control
Meditation is a practice used by many different cultures to quiet the mind – and could be key to surviving coronavirus quarantine
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7h A clinic in Pennsylvania is bringing the Amish drive-through coronavirus testing for their horse and buggies
A small clinic in central Pennsylvania has set up drive-through coronavirus testing that accommodates horse and buggies for its local Amish and Mennonite communities.
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Coronavirus UK: Boris Johnson could be off work for a month8h Updated Coronavirus UK: Boris Johnson could be off work for a month
Scientists forecast Mr Johnson would be physically drained from fighting the virus, for which he has received oxygen in St Thomas' Hospital in central London.
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8h Updated Coronavirus lockdown could give online education a lasting boost in India
Schools around the world have closed their doors because of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving more than 1.5 billion children stuck at home. While it's a great inconvenience for many, it has created a spike in demand for online learning.
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How a small town reacted when its mayor was caught growing weed8h How a small town reacted when its mayor was caught growing weed
LaDonna Kennedy and husband Randy were devoted to tiny Jamaica, Iowa, but a drug case put the relationship to the test At approximately 4.20pm, the mayor of Jamaica, a town of 217 people in central Iowa, was arrested along with her husband for growing marijuana in their home. Police arrived at their front door without a warrant on 16 January, reportedly in search of an 18-year-old wanted for shooting a woman in nearby Ames.
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Hotels Open as ‘Comforting Refuge’ for Health Care Workers8h Hotels Open as ‘Comforting Refuge’ for Health Care Workers
Hotels, some high-end, that have closed in recent weeks because of the coronavirus have reopened as lodgings for workers on the front line.
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8h Updated Coronavirus: Testing and why it matters
What are the tests for coronavirus and how do they work?
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Airlines lobby to rewrite carbon deal in light of coronavirus8h Airlines lobby to rewrite carbon deal in light of coronavirus
Industry says it is not trying to dodge obligations but that it is a ‘matter of survival’
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Police receive tip off phone calls every five minutes about people flouting coronavirus lockdown8h Police receive tip off phone calls every five minutes about people flouting coronavirus lockdown
Derbyshire's Chief Constable Peter Goodman said his force were experiencing 2,300 calls a day from concerned neighbours and residents alerting them to those who were breaching lockdown.
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Japan Declared a Coronavirus Emergency. Is It Too Late?8h Updated Japan Declared a Coronavirus Emergency. Is It Too Late?
Some medical experts said the move amounted to a tacit admission that the approach the country had adopted for months was no longer working.
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8h Your child can become an astronaut and explore space from home with NASA
After a few weeks of coronavirus quarantine, your home and backyard and even your neighborhood may feel a little smaller than it once did -- especially if you have children.
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Pantomime in a mini-parliament – and the jobkeeper package sails through | Malcom Farr8h Pantomime in a mini-parliament – and the jobkeeper package sails through | Malcom Farr
The outcome of the one-day sitting had been settled by breakfast – Labor was never going to block the coronavirus legislation
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All Blair Drummond Safari Park lacks is visitors – in pictures9h All Blair Drummond Safari Park lacks is visitors – in pictures
The seasonal attraction, near Stirling in Scotland, hoped to unveil its new World of Dinosaurs, part of a £1m upgrade for its 50th anniversary, in April. The park had been open for one day (21 March) before the lockdown. Easter and summer are critical in covering its overheads
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9h Coping with disease and disability in the time of coronavirus
Sassy Outwater-Wright has fought off cancer three times in the last 33 years, losing most of her eyesight to a rare form of the disease at the age of three.
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9h Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard launched a virtual camp for kids. Now they are hiring camp counselors
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard's brand, Hello Bello, is looking to hire camp counselors for their newly launched virtual kids camp.
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European Finance Ministers Can’t Agree on Coronavirus Bailout: Live Coverage9h Updated European Finance Ministers Can’t Agree on Coronavirus Bailout: Live Coverage
Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care, and China ended its lockdown of Wuhan, the city where the pandemic began, after 11 weeks.
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Insurers cut dividends as Bank of England warns on payouts in Covid-19 crisis – business live9h Updated Insurers cut dividends as Bank of England warns on payouts in Covid-19 crisis – business live
Rolling live coverage of business, economics and markets as Aviva, Hiscox and Direct Line cancel payouts, leaving Legal & General isolated
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Civil claims expected against Cardinal George Pell and Catholic church despite acquittal9h Civil claims expected against Cardinal George Pell and Catholic church despite acquittal
Lawyers say the overturning of Pell’s criminal conviction for historical child sexual abuse is unlikely to stop civil lawsuits The high court acquittal of George Pell is likely to be followed by a string of civil claims against the cardinal and the Catholic church from alleged abuse survivors and their families, lawyers say. Pell was freed from Victoria’s Barwon prison on Tuesday after
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9h Ben Stokes: Wisden name England all-rounder leading cricketer in world
Ben Stokes becomes the first Englishman since 2005 to be named Wisden's leading cricketer in the world.
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Donald Trump stokes fresh coronavirus row as Wuhan reopens9h Donald Trump stokes fresh coronavirus row as Wuhan reopens
US president accuses World Health Organization of China bias as New York records its highest daily death toll and Wuhan lockdown eases
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Is Australia flattening the coronavirus curve? Your questions on testing and community transmission answered9h Is Australia flattening the coronavirus curve? Your questions on testing and community transmission answered
Local transmissions have overtaken infections acquired overseas, but Australia is making ‘real progress’ on reducing rate
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10h Match of the Day: Top 10 podcast - Premier League managers
Our Match of the Day pundits discuss just who is the best ever Premier League manager?
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10h Alan Shearer: ‘Let Premier League players decide the best way to help’
Premier League players will want to play their part in the fight against the financial effects of coronavirus, says Alan Shearer.
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China Ends Lockdown of Coronavirus Epicenter: Live Coverage10h Updated China Ends Lockdown of Coronavirus Epicenter: Live Coverage
The 11 million residents of the central Chinese city of Wuhan were free to leave their homes on Wednesday for the first time in 76 days. Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care, and President Trump threatened to cut funding for the World Health Organization.
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Coronavirus gardening boom overwhelms seed suppliers in New Zealand and Australia10h Coronavirus gardening boom overwhelms seed suppliers in New Zealand and Australia
Some gardeners appear to be stockpiling seeds or planting anything and everything out of panic, suppliers say Some seed suppliers in New Zealand and Australia have pressed pause on trading after being overwhelmed with orders 10 times higher than normal. New Zealanders are halfway through a strict four-week lockdown, in which they are not allowed to leave their homes except to buy essential supplies or to exercise locally. The restrictions are among the toughest in the world, but as a result, new cases of coronavirus have begun to decline.
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Twitter users unite in support of Boris Johnson after PM was moved to intensive care unit10h Updated Twitter users unite in support of Boris Johnson after PM was moved to intensive care unit
NHS workers have joined those urging the Prime Minister to 'get well soon' with photographs of medics holding up signs on wards shared to Twitter.
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10h Quarantine & Chill: The best clips from social media this week
BBC Sport's Liam Loftus takes a look at the funniest and most impressive social media clips from the world of sport.
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10h Updated Coronavirus: Morning update
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this morning.
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10h Updated Demi Moore, Bruce Willis and their kids post matching pajama pic from isolation
Bruce Willis and Demi Moore are showing us how to self-isolate in style.
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Iranian refugee finally home in Australia after first being refused entry under travel ban11h Iranian refugee finally home in Australia after first being refused entry under travel ban
Amir was stopped in Indonesia on his return from a visit to Turkey and forced on flight back to Europe
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11h Updated Coronavirus: US records highest death toll in single day
More than 1,800 deaths were recorded on Tuesday including that of influential folk singer John Prine.
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11h Updated 60,000-year-old underwater forest uncovered, and it may help pioneer new medicines
Nearly 60,000 years ago, as prehistoric humans just started venturing out of Africa, a forest of cypress trees grew on the banks of a river near the Gulf of Mexico. As the trees grew old, they fell and were buried under sediment. When the sea level rose, the remains of the forest were covered once again.
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11h Updated China lifts 76-day lockdown on Wuhan as city reemerges from coronavirus crisis
China has ended its lockdown of Wuhan, the original epicenter of the coronavirus crisis, as the city reemerges from a deadly outbreak that is now raging across the globe.
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11h Updated Passengers to be evacuated from Antarctic cruise ship after almost 60% test positive for coronavirus
Australian and New Zealand passengers will be evacuated from a stricken Antarctic cruise ship Thursday, after almost 60% of those on board tested positive for the coronavirus.
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Stores in remote Indigenous communities ask city dwellers to stop hoarding11h Stores in remote Indigenous communities ask city dwellers to stop hoarding
Suppliers are struggling to get essentials like toilet paper. ‘We have to supply 5,000 people. Thirty cartons are not enough,’ says one
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Coronavirus in Africa: what happens next?11h Coronavirus in Africa: what happens next?
As Covid-19 creeps across the region, fears mount over how it will unfold. Will a young population help stem the spread of disease, or will it unleash catastrophe on creaking health systems?
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Cyclone Harold batters Fiji on path of destruction through Pacific11h Cyclone Harold batters Fiji on path of destruction through Pacific
The tropical cyclone killed 27 people in Solomon Islands last week and has caused unknown destruction in Vanuatu Cyclone Harold has levelled buildings and caused dangerous flooding across Fiji’s largest island of Viti Levu, after pummelling Vanuatu as a category-five storm on Monday. The tropical cyclone was downgraded to category four before reaching Fijian waters. Fijian authorities ordered people to stay indoors and closed all roads on the island of Viti Levu, which is home to the country’s capital of Suva and the bulk of the Pacific nation’s population.
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Wuhan, Where Coronavirus Emerged, Lifts Lockdown After 11 Weeks: Live Coverage11h Updated Wuhan, Where Coronavirus Emerged, Lifts Lockdown After 11 Weeks: Live Coverage
Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care, and President Trump threatened to cut funding for the World Health Organization.
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Trump stokes fresh coronavirus row as Wuhan reopens12h Trump stokes fresh coronavirus row as Wuhan reopens
US president accuses World Health Organization of China bias as New York records its highest daily death toll and Wuhan lockdown eases
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Australia’s coronavirus victims: Covid-19 related deaths across the country12h Updated Australia’s coronavirus victims: Covid-19 related deaths across the country
As the number of cases rises, so does the number of those who have died. Here is a state-by-state list of virus-related fatalities
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China Ends Wuhan Coronavirus Lockdown, but Normal Life is a Distant Dream12h Updated China Ends Wuhan Coronavirus Lockdown, but Normal Life is a Distant Dream
In the city where the coronavirus outbreak was first reported, the reopening of outbound travel won’t end hard times, wariness or confinement.
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‘The NHS needs them’: UK urged to join countries mobilising migrant medics12h ‘The NHS needs them’: UK urged to join countries mobilising migrant medics
As several countries relax immigration rules for medically-trained refugees and migrants in the wake of coronavirus, campaigners are calling for Britain to follow suit
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Coronavirus: 100 days that changed the world12h Coronavirus: 100 days that changed the world
It started with a warning. It turned into a pandemic that has transformed life as we know it A turbulent decade had reached its final day. It was New Year’s Eve 2019 and much of the world was preparing to celebrate.
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12h Updated The Australian architects designing homes to withstand bushfires
With a warming climate making bushfires increasingly likely, Australia's architects say it's more important than ever to design houses that stand a chance against the flames.
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Young Adults, Burdened With Debt, Are Now Facing an Economic Crisis12h Updated Young Adults, Burdened With Debt, Are Now Facing an Economic Crisis
Young people who entered this financial downturn with fewer resources than previous generations are enduring pain.
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12h Coronavirus: Wuhan emerges from the harshest of lockdowns
As Wuhan lifts its severe lockdown, there is anger, relief and even defiance from some residents.
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Coronavirus UK: Who will decide when lockdown is lifted?12h Coronavirus UK: Who will decide when lockdown is lifted?
Dominic Raab took charge of Britain's battle against coronavirus on Tuesday as acting Prime Minister - but was warned just to 'hold on to the steering wheel'. 
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12h Updated John Prine, influential singer-songwriter, dies
John Prine, the raspy-voiced singer-songwriter whose homespun, witty and insightful country-folk tunes influenced legions of musicians in a career that spanned five decades, died Tuesday at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. He was 73.
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Your Wednesday Briefing12h Updated Your Wednesday Briefing
Coronavirus, Boris Johnson, Wuhan: Here’s what you need to know.
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Wuhan, Birthplace of Coronavirus, Lifts Lockdown After 11 Weeks: Live Coverage13h Updated Wuhan, Birthplace of Coronavirus, Lifts Lockdown After 11 Weeks: Live Coverage
Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care, and President Trump threatened to cut funding for the World Health Organization.
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Coronavirus live news: Trump threatens to stop WHO funding as global cases pass 1.4 million13h Updated Coronavirus live news: Trump threatens to stop WHO funding as global cases pass 1.4 million
Boris Johnson still in intensive care; Chinese city of Wuhan officially reopens; cases in Africa pass 10,000. Follow the latest updates.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Attacks W.H.O. and Ousts Watchdog for Pandemic Fund13h Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Attacks W.H.O. and Ousts Watchdog for Pandemic Fund
New York and New Jersey recorded one-day highs for deaths, and voters in Wisconsin cast ballots while trying to exercise proper social distancing.
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Coronavirus numbers in Australia: how many new cases are there? Covid-19 map, stats and graph13h Coronavirus numbers in Australia: how many new cases are there? Covid-19 map, stats and graph
Is Australia flattening the curve? Look at the graph. We bring together all the Covid-19 confirmed cases, maps, stats and graphs from NSW, Victoria, Queensland, SA, WA, Tasmania, ACT and NT to get a broad picture of the Australian outbreak and track the impact of government response
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Jakarta to start shutdown as burials, and fears, rise amid coronavirus outbreak14h Jakarta to start shutdown as burials, and fears, rise amid coronavirus outbreak
President Joko Widodo had resisted lockdown measures, but an increase in burials has sparked concerns about undetected cases
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New lab opened at Cambridge University to help Gov reach 100,000-a-day coronavirus testing target 14h New lab opened at Cambridge University to help Gov reach 100,000-a-day coronavirus testing target 
Cambridge University has teamed up with AstraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline and set up a Covid-19 testing laboratory to help meet the Government's 100,000-a-day target by end of April.
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14h US reports 1,800 virus deaths in a day
The number of deaths from the novel coronavirus continued to reach grim milestones, with more than 800 fatalities reported Tuesday in New York City, according to city health officials.
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China Investigates Ren Zhiqiang, Critic of Xi’s Coronavirus Response14h China Investigates Ren Zhiqiang, Critic of Xi’s Coronavirus Response
The decision to investigate the tycoon, Ren Zhiqiang, reflects broad unease in the government about growing criticism of its early efforts to conceal the outbreak.
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14h As hospitals enforce strict rules, parents are using FaceTime to see their newborns
When Shelby Law gave birth to her baby seven weeks early in late March, she and her husband freely visited their newborn in the hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
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15h Updated The number of fatalities reported Tuesday is a record, but officials offer hope, saying social distancing may be working in some areas
The number of deaths from the novel coronavirus continued to reach grim milestones, with more than 800 fatalities reported Tuesday in New York City, according to city health officials.
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Art dealer couple sell private collection including pieces by Andy Warhol to raise funds for NHS15h Art dealer couple sell private collection including pieces by Andy Warhol to raise funds for NHS
Claire and James Hyman, owners of the Hyman Collection, have begun selling off their private art collection to raise funds for vital medical equipment for the NHS to use in battling coronavirus.
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Trump threatens to hold WHO funding, then backtracks, amid search for scapegoat15h Trump threatens to hold WHO funding, then backtracks, amid search for scapegoat
US president’s early inaction in pandemic has come under renewed scrutiny in recent days as coronavirus death toll grows
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John Prine, US folk and country songwriter, dies aged 7315h John Prine, US folk and country songwriter, dies aged 73
Grammy-winning songwriter beloved of Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash died on Tuesday, due to complications from the coronavirus John Prine, the US folk and country singer beloved of Bob Dylan, Kris Kristofferson and more, has died aged 73 due to complications from Covid-19.
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15h Updated Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today
China eased its lockdown of Wuhan, and Wisconsin went on with its elections.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Threatens to Cut Funding for World Health Organization15h Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Threatens to Cut Funding for World Health Organization
New York and New Jersey recorded one-day highs for deaths, and voters in Wisconsin tried to exercise proper social distancing as they headed to the polls.
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15h Israeli man charged with spying for Iran
The man is accused of meeting members of Iran's intelligence to recruit people to carry out attacks.
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Australian Kookaburra is spotted in Devon garden 10,000 miles from his usual old gum tree15h Australian Kookaburra is spotted in Devon garden 10,000 miles from his usual old gum tree
Retired police officer and local bird expert Daniel Lazar received several emails and calls from neighbours about unusual bird sightings in Membury, Devon.
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15h Updated British PM receives oxygen treatment
Dr. Gupta on what this means for UK PM
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Boris Johnson could be off work at least a month16h Boris Johnson could be off work at least a month
Scientists forecast Mr Johnson would be physically drained from fighting the virus, for which he has received oxygen in St Thomas' Hospital in central London.
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Trump threatens to cut off US funding to World Health Organisation16h Trump threatens to cut off US funding to World Health Organisation
Donald Trump has threatened to cut off US funding to the World Health Organisation - accusing it of "missing the call" on the coronavirus pandemic.
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Labour mayor is kicked out of the party for Boris Johnson coronavirus post16h Labour mayor is kicked out of the party for Boris Johnson coronavirus post
Councillor Sheila Oakes, who is currently mayor of Heanor in Derbyshire, said the Prime Minister 'completely deserves' his intensive care battle with coronavirus.
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Mother-of-five, 39, who died of coronavirus leaves behind 13-year-old miracle quadruplets16h Updated Mother-of-five, 39, who died of coronavirus leaves behind 13-year-old miracle quadruplets
Shabnum Sadiq, who worked as 'dedicated' Slough Borough Councillor representing the Labour party, died on Monday following Covid-19 complications after falling ill on a trip to Pakistan.
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16h Updated How two artistic giants became friends
Frustrated, Frida Kahlo was finding that none of the letters she was writing felt quite right, and she tore them up, one by one. The young Mexican artist was penning a note to Georgia O'Keeffe -- an artistic rock star nearly twice her age, whom she'd befriended while living briefly in New York about a year before. "I can't write in English all I would like to tell, especially to you," reads the two-page letter Kahlo ultimately deemed worthy of sending. "I thought of you a lot and never forget your wonderful hands and the color of your eyes. I will see you soon."
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16h Pink Moon: Europe illuminated by lunar light show
Breathtaking images capture the spectacular lunar event in the skies above Europe.
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16h Keep cats indoors during outbreak, vets recommend
Vets stress that pets pose little to no risk to their owners but recommend keeping cats indoors.
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‘What Rhymes With Purell?’ Franglais Rappers Push Language Boundaries in Quebec17h Updated ‘What Rhymes With Purell?’ Franglais Rappers Push Language Boundaries in Quebec
Critics in Montreal say hip-hop artists mixing French and English are threatening the future of the French language in the majority Francophone province.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Threatens to Withhold Funding for World Health Organization17h Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Threatens to Withhold Funding for World Health Organization
New York and New Jersey each recorded one-day highs for deaths, and voters in Wisconsin waited in long lines at the polls.
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17h Job Retention Scheme may cost three times initial estimate
The UK's Job Retention Scheme may cost £30-40bn over three months, according new analysis
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Can I get tested for coronavirus in Australia? A state-by-state breakdown17h Updated Can I get tested for coronavirus in Australia? A state-by-state breakdown
Each state and territory has different rules about Covid-19 tests, from random testing in the ACT to hotspot clinics in NSW and Queensland
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17h Coronavirus: The impossibility of home-schooling a nation
Two weeks after the school shutdown, are parents and teachers lowering expectations?
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17h Covid-19 death rate rises in counties with high air pollution, study says
A new study maps long-term air pollution levels with death rates from Covid-19 and finds those of us who live in highly polluted areas are more likely to die from the disease.
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17h Coronavirus: Discarded disposable gloves on the street
Photographer Dan Giannopoulos on the discarded disposable gloves he has been finding on his daily walk.
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17h Coronavirus: The Italians struggling to feed their families
A month into Italy's strict lockdown, some people are so short of money they can no longer afford food.
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17h Coronavirus: How do you celebrate a religious festival while social distancing?
Religious leaders are adapting to Passover, Easter and Ramadan under coronavirus lockdown.
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18h Coronavirus: Mental health hotline for NHS staff
Health workers can call or text the free number to get support and advice during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Coronavirus live news: Boris Johnson in intensive care as confirmed cases in Africa pass 10,00018h Updated Coronavirus live news: Boris Johnson in intensive care as confirmed cases in Africa pass 10,000
UK foreign secretary to lead country; Japan declares state of emergency; China reports no deaths from Covid-19
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18h Coronavirus: Have the Brits stranded abroad got home yet?
The government pledged to help UK nationals stuck abroad, so how many have managed to get back?
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18h Updated Jimmy Greaves: Former England, Spurs, Chelsea & West Ham striker admitted to hospital
Former England, Tottenham, Chelsea and West Ham striker Jimmy Greaves is being treated in hospital for an unspecified illness.
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Easter Bunny and Tooth Fairy Deemed ‘Essential Workers’ in New Zealand18h Updated Easter Bunny and Tooth Fairy Deemed ‘Essential Workers’ in New Zealand
Jacinda Ardern, the country’s prime minister, made the announcement on Monday.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: N.Y. Posts Its Largest Daily Death Toll, and Trump Effectively Ousts Relief Funds’ Watchdog18h Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: N.Y. Posts Its Largest Daily Death Toll, and Trump Effectively Ousts Relief Funds’ Watchdog
The acting Navy secretary quit after an uproar over his response to a shipboard outbreak. Boris Johnson, Britain’s prime minister, remains in intensive care. China ended the lockdown in Wuhan.
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20h Updated Coronavirus: Doctor in his 70s at Kingston Hospital dies
Dr Anton Sebastianpillai dies at Kingston Hospital, south-west London, after contracting coronavirus.
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20h Notoriously smoggy LA has some of the cleanest of any major city right now
The mental image many people have of the Los Angeles skyline is one obscured by smog, with thick air pollution hanging over its downtown buildings.
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Wisconsin voters go to the polls in controversial election20h Updated Wisconsin voters go to the polls in controversial election
Presidential and local elections proceed after governor tried to cancel in-person voting due to coronavirus, and was overruled by state supreme court Wisconsin voters went to the polls on Tuesday, to cast ballots amid a global pandemic after a
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Passover Under Coronavirus Lockdown: Israeli Jews Revise the Rituals20h Updated Passover Under Coronavirus Lockdown: Israeli Jews Revise the Rituals
Why is this night different from all other nights? Israelis celebrate a festival of freedom under isolation and shelter-in-place orders.
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Ecuador’s Former President Convicted on Corruption Charges20h Updated Ecuador’s Former President Convicted on Corruption Charges
The outcome of Rafael Correa’s closely watched trial is likely to affect Ecuador’s political landscape for years to come.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Effectively Ousts Top Watchdog for Relief Funds20h Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Effectively Ousts Top Watchdog for Relief Funds
New York records its highest daily death toll. Boris Johnson, Britain’s prime minister, remains in intensive care. China ended a lockdown in Wuhan, the city where the virus first appeared.
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Mark Sedwill: the securocrat steering Dominic Raab through Covid-19 crisis22h Mark Sedwill: the securocrat steering Dominic Raab through Covid-19 crisis
Supporters of cabinet secretary say his role will be crucial as foreign secretary deputises for Boris Johnson
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22h Updated Coronavirus UK map: How many confirmed cases are there in your area?
Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response.
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Oil Companies Are Collapsing Due to Coronavirus, but Wind and Solar Energy Keep Growing22h Updated Oil Companies Are Collapsing Due to Coronavirus, but Wind and Solar Energy Keep Growing
The renewable-energy business is expected to keep growing, though more slowly, in contrast to fossil fuel companies, which have been hammered by low oil and gas prices.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Effectively Ousts Top Watchdog for Virus Relief Funds22h Updated Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Effectively Ousts Top Watchdog for Virus Relief Funds
New York records its highest daily death toll. Boris Johnson, Britain’s prime minister, remains in intensive care. China ended a lockdown in Wuhan, the city where the virus first appeared.
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