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Coronavirus UK: Family found dead in lockdown murder-suicide

The £500,000 property in Woodmancote is home to builder Robert Needham, 42, his mother Maureen, 77, his partner Kelly Fitzgibbons, 40, and their two children Ava, four, and Lexi, two.
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Coronavirus UK: Family found dead in lockdown murder-suicide

The £500,000 property in Woodmancote is home to builder Robert Needham, 42, his mother Maureen, 77, his partner Kelly Fitzgibbons, 40, and their two children Ava, four, and Lexi, two.

In new campaign ad, McConnell touts role in passage of ‘biggest economic rescue package in history’

The 30-second spot, in support of the Republican’s reelection bid in Kentucky, underscores how dramatically the pandemic has reshaped the election season.
Post Politics

In new campaign ad, McConnell touts role in passage of ‘biggest economic rescue package in history’

The 30-second spot, in support of the Republican’s reelection bid in Kentucky, underscores how dramatically the pandemic has reshaped the election season.

Trump projects up to 240,000 coronavirus deaths in U.S., even with mitigation efforts

The president took a newly somber tone — and contradicted many of his previous assessments of the virus — as he urged residents to follow measures aimed at limiting the spread of covid-19.
Post Politics

Trump projects up to 240,000 coronavirus deaths in U.S., even with mitigation efforts

The president took a newly somber tone — and contradicted many of his previous assessments of the virus — as he urged residents to follow measures aimed at limiting the spread of covid-19.

New Yalta Conference may be needed to revive Europe once coronavirus fades, says expert

The analyst believes that «the EU will, apparently, face a new round of crisis of trust in supranational institutions»
TASS

New Yalta Conference may be needed to revive Europe once coronavirus fades, says expert

The analyst believes that «the EU will, apparently, face a new round of crisis of trust in supranational institutions»

Exclusive: Germany ready to nationalize airline Condor - sources

The German government stands ready to take over airline Condor after an agreement by Polish carrier LOT to acquire the carrier is likely to collapse, several people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Channel NewsAsia

Exclusive: Germany ready to nationalize airline Condor - sources

The German government stands ready to take over airline Condor after an agreement by Polish carrier LOT to acquire the carrier is likely to collapse, several people familiar with the matter told Reuters.

Russia, US hold energy talks, as Trump complains about oil cheaper than water

U.S and Russian energy officials held rare talks about oil after crude prices crashed to levels last seen about two decades ago, while President Donald Trump said oil that was cheaper "than water" was hurting the industry.
Channel NewsAsia

Russia, US hold energy talks, as Trump complains about oil cheaper than water

U.S and Russian energy officials held rare talks about oil after crude prices crashed to levels last seen about two decades ago, while President Donald Trump said oil that was cheaper "than water" was hurting the industry.

MotoGP rider Iannone handed 18 month ban for failed dope test

Italian MotoGP rider Andrea Iannone has been banned for 18 months after failing a dope test last November, the sport's governing body said on Wednesday.
Channel NewsAsia

MotoGP rider Iannone handed 18 month ban for failed dope test

Italian MotoGP rider Andrea Iannone has been banned for 18 months after failing a dope test last November, the sport's governing body said on Wednesday.

Africa: Fragile African Health Systems Face COVID-19 Catastrophe

[allAfrica] By March 31, Africa had 5,431 confirmed cases of COVID-19 , with almost a quarter (,1,353) in South Africa, followed by 656 in Egypt and  584 in Algeria.
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Africa: Fragile African Health Systems Face COVID-19 Catastrophe

[allAfrica] By March 31, Africa had 5,431 confirmed cases of COVID-19 , with almost a quarter (,1,353) in South Africa, followed by 656 in Egypt and  584 in Algeria.

Explainer: Euro zone mulls package to support economy against coronavirus

With the euro zone economy in need of help during the coronavirus epidemic, officials have until April 9 to design a package that satisfies members with completely opposing views: those calling for joint debt issuance and those fiercely against it.
Channel NewsAsia

Explainer: Euro zone mulls package to support economy against coronavirus

With the euro zone economy in need of help during the coronavirus epidemic, officials have until April 9 to design a package that satisfies members with completely opposing views: those calling for joint debt issuance and those fiercely against it.

Calls to Spain's gender violence helpline rise sharply during COVID-19 lockdown

Calls to Spain's governmental helpline for victims of gender violence shot up in the first two weeks of a state of emergency lockdown imposed to combat the spread of coronavirus, the government said on Wednesday.
Channel NewsAsia

Calls to Spain's gender violence helpline rise sharply during COVID-19 lockdown

Calls to Spain's governmental helpline for victims of gender violence shot up in the first two weeks of a state of emergency lockdown imposed to combat the spread of coronavirus, the government said on Wednesday.

Loss of taste and smell key COVID-19 symptoms, app study finds

Losing your sense of smell and taste may be the best way to tell if you have COVID-19, according to a study of data collected via a symptom tracker app developed by scientists in Britain and the United States to help monitor the coronaviru
Channel NewsAsia

Loss of taste and smell key COVID-19 symptoms, app study finds

Losing your sense of smell and taste may be the best way to tell if you have COVID-19, according to a study of data collected via a symptom tracker app developed by scientists in Britain and the United States to help monitor the coronavirus pandemic.

Deadliest day yet for COVID-19 in B.C. as province tops 1,000 cases

B.C. health officials say five more people have died from COVID-19 since their last briefing on Monday, marking the single deadliest day since the virus was first recorded in the province.
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Deadliest day yet for COVID-19 in B.C. as province tops 1,000 cases

B.C. health officials say five more people have died from COVID-19 since their last briefing on Monday, marking the single deadliest day since the virus was first recorded in the province.

Screening of candidates for the 1980 General Election

CCM’s permanent committee tasked party operations met in Dar es Salaam on September 2, 1980 for the objective of preparing agendas to be tabled before the Central Committee that was to meet on September 8 and 9.
The Citizen | Tanzanias leading English news site - Home

Screening of candidates for the 1980 General Election

CCM’s permanent committee tasked party operations met in Dar es Salaam on September 2, 1980 for the objective of preparing agendas to be tabled before the Central Committee that was to meet on September 8 and 9.

Parliamentary budget committee chairman calls for swift ETS rollout to cushion Covid-19 impact

A swift rollout of the Electronic Tax Stamps (ETS) on more products will help Tanzania not to lose much of its revenue as it cushions the economy against coronavirus.
The Citizen | Tanzanias leading English news site - Home

Parliamentary budget committee chairman calls for swift ETS rollout to cushion Covid-19 impact

A swift rollout of the Electronic Tax Stamps (ETS) on more products will help Tanzania not to lose much of its revenue as it cushions the economy against coronavirus.

Live updates: U.N. calls coronavirus ‘most challenging’ crisis since World War II; Trump projects up to 240,000 U.S. deaths

Hopes for a swift recovery from the coronavirus pandemic dimmed on Wednesday, after President Trump warned of a “very painful” fight against the outbreak with at least 100,000 fatalities likely in the United States.
WorldViews

Live updates: U.N. calls coronavirus ‘most challenging’ crisis since World War II; Trump projects up to 240,000 U.S. deaths

Hopes for a swift recovery from the coronavirus pandemic dimmed on Wednesday, after President Trump warned of a “very painful” fight against the outbreak with at least 100,000 fatalities likely in the United States.

Public health experts: The coronavirus could overwhelm the developing world

Covid-19 is poised to engulf nations plagued by fraying health-care systems, fragile governments and impoverished populations for whom social distancing is impossible.
WorldViews

Public health experts: The coronavirus could overwhelm the developing world

Covid-19 is poised to engulf nations plagued by fraying health-care systems, fragile governments and impoverished populations for whom social distancing is impossible.

U.S. proposes transitional government for Venezuela

The Trump administration offered to lift sanctions if President Nicolás Maduro and his political nemesis, opposition leader Juan Guaidó, both step aside.
WorldViews

U.S. proposes transitional government for Venezuela

The Trump administration offered to lift sanctions if President Nicolás Maduro and his political nemesis, opposition leader Juan Guaidó, both step aside.

U.S. military puts Korean workers on unpaid leave as talks over costs continue

The commander of U.S. forces in the country called the decision to furlough 4,500 South Koreans “heartbreaking.”
WorldViews

U.S. military puts Korean workers on unpaid leave as talks over costs continue

The commander of U.S. forces in the country called the decision to furlough 4,500 South Koreans “heartbreaking.”

Plenty of Food Delivery Options for Yangon Residents Practicing Home Quarantine

To cater to the many people who are choosing to self-isolate amid the coronavirus outbreak, a number of Yangon eateries are providing food delivery services.
The Irrawaddy

Plenty of Food Delivery Options for Yangon Residents Practicing Home Quarantine

To cater to the many people who are choosing to self-isolate amid the coronavirus outbreak, a number of Yangon eateries are providing food delivery services.

Myanmar Journalists Furious as Govt Blocks Over 200 Websites Including News Pages

News agencies are objecting after the Myanmar government ordered telecom operators to
block over 200 websites.
The Irrawaddy

Myanmar Journalists Furious as Govt Blocks Over 200 Websites Including News Pages

News agencies are objecting after the Myanmar government ordered telecom operators to
block over 200 websites.

Poor to Bear Brunt of Impact as COVID-19 Slows Myanmar’s Economy: World Bank

The World Bank warns COVID-19 will slow Myanmar’s economic growth to 2-3% this fiscal year, with the poor, travel-related businesses and exporters hit the hardest.
The Irrawaddy

Poor to Bear Brunt of Impact as COVID-19 Slows Myanmar’s Economy: World Bank

The World Bank warns COVID-19 will slow Myanmar’s economic growth to 2-3% this fiscal year, with the poor, travel-related businesses and exporters hit the hardest.

Saudi authorities arrest coronavirus curfew violator after posting haircut video

Wed, 2020-04-01 10:06 DUBAI: Saudi police arrested a man in Al-Qassim who violated coronavirus regulations by bringing a barber into his home, state news agency SPA reported. Videos circulating on social media showed the man as he asked a barber to come int
Saudi Arabia

Saudi authorities arrest coronavirus curfew violator after posting haircut video

Wed, 2020-04-01 10:06 DUBAI: Saudi police arrested a man in Al-Qassim who violated coronavirus regulations by bringing a barber into his home, state news agency SPA reported. Videos circulating on social media showed the man as he asked a barber to come into his house after authorities temporarily closed down barber shops and salons to curb the spread of COVID-19. The Saudi public prosecutor has previously warned that anyone posting content on social media, including photos or videos showing curfew violations, or the flouting of any rules enforced to prevent the spread of COVID-19 face prosecution. In a message posted on Twitter, the bureau said that perpetrators will be charged under Article Six of the Information Crime Prevention Law, which carries a punishment of up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $796,880.  The punishment will be applied to violators but informers will not be questioned, it added. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Saudi ArabiaChina CoronavirusCoronavirus (COVID-19)Coronavirus China Saudi public prosecutor warns against sharing videos of curfew violationsLIVE: Middle East continues containment measures as coronavirus red zone shifts to the West

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