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Makeshift masks may be be better than nothing, but they’re no miracle solution. They cannot and must not replace regular handwashing and social distancing measures.
More than 1,700 people in the US died from COVID-19 on Tuesday, the country's deadliest day so far during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Director-General of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, condemned on Monday what he called "racist remarks" made on French TV about testing a new vaccine against coronavirus in Africa.
A UK charity chief is calling on people to keep a watchful eye on their neighbours as domestic abuse spikes in lockdown.
Forget coronavirus for a second and take a look up at the sky tonight. If it's clear, you might be able to see a supermoon.
COVID19 has made it clear that the world must act as one to beat the pandemic, writes a global anti-discrimination campaigner.
A controversy recently broke out on social media over the New York Times, CNN and the BBC featuring photos of Turkey in their coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic. The outlets published photographs of well-known Turkish landmarks in a manner that seemed to portray Turkey as a hotspot of the outbreak.
Five people were killed, including an 11-year-old girl, and several others severely injured.
EU chiefs have made the European Parliament in Strasbourg available to French authorities to use as a COVID-19 testing centre
"It is in our interest to ensure that the fight is successful worldwide," she said.
WhatsApp is aiming to slow down the spread of viral messages with misinformation on the platform amid the coronavirus pandemic.
We spoke to an expert about why a patient with COVID-19 would be admitted to intensive care, and what happens when they are there.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has been designated to take over while the prime minister is in hospital, but the formal rules are unclear.
Europe’s response to the coronavirus has been “poor” and uncoordinated, and now is the time for “solidarity”, says Irish Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar.
If experiences of a decade of dialogue on the rule of law are any indication, Orbán is unlikely to be halted by diplomatic reminders about good practice during a pandemic.