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Starmer won't use COVID-19 to 'score party political points'

Starmer won't use COVID-19 to 'score party political points'

Sir Keir Starmer says he will not use COVID-19 to "score party political points".
ITN
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Sir Keir Starmer to appoint a 'balanced' shadow cabinet

Sir Keir Starmer to appoint a 'balanced' shadow cabinet

New Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer tells Andrew Marr he will be appointing a shadow cabinet which represents a balance of geographies, diversity, and political positions.
Press Association
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PM Modi Calls Ex-Presidents, Sonia Gandhi To Discuss COVID-19: Sources

PM Modi Calls Ex-Presidents, Sonia Gandhi To Discuss COVID-19: Sources

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called two former Presidents, Pranab Mukherjee and Pratibha Patil, former Prime Ministers Manmohan Singh and HD Devegowda, and a score of opposition leaders to discuss the coronavirus outbreak in the country, sou...
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Drive-in churches: S. Korea's faithful stay socially distant

Drive-in churches: S. Korea's faithful stay socially distant

South Korean Christians at one church are taking part in "drive-in" services to comply with the country's strict social-distancing rules.
Reuters
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Coronavirus: Pakistan opens drive-thru testing facility

Coronavirus: Pakistan opens drive-thru testing facility

Pakistan opens the first drive-through virus testing facility in Karachi, as part of the attempts to stem the spread of the pandemic in the country, where infections are rising.
AFP
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Madhya Pradesh Man Who Threw A Feast For 1,500 Tests Coronavirus+

Madhya Pradesh Man Who Threw A Feast For 1,500 Tests Coronavirus+

A Dubai-returned man and 11 of his family members have tested coronavirus positive in Madhya Pradesh's Morena district, days after he organised a feast for 1,500 people in the honour of his dead mother. The local authorities have sealed the entire...
NDTV
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"Take Hydroxychloroquine Only Under Medical Advice": Doctor On Anti-Malarial Drug

"Take Hydroxychloroquine Only Under Medical Advice": Doctor On Anti-Malarial Drug

US President Donald Trump says he has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a supply of hydroxychloroquine tablets that he says can be used to treat COVID-19 patients. NDTV spoke to Dr Rommel Tickoo, Associate Director, Internal Medicine at M...
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Police Using Cellphone Data To Trace People Linked To Delhi Mosque Event

Police Using Cellphone Data To Trace People Linked To Delhi Mosque Event

All those who attended the religious gathering in Delhi - hosted by Tablighi Jamaat -- or were in the vicinity, are being traced through cellphone data, sources in the Delhi Police told NDTV. The Crime Branch has been investigating the case as it ...
NDTV
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One month since first UK coronavirus fatality

One month since first UK coronavirus fatality

It has been one month since the UK recorded its first coronavirus fatality. The victim was a woman in her 70s who had been "in and out of hospital for non-coronavirus reasons", according to the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading.
Press Association
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Brexit briefing: 270 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 270 days until the end of the transition period

The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.
Press Association
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Donald Trump Requests PM Modi To Release Anti-Malarial Drug To Fight COVID-19

Donald Trump Requests PM Modi To Release Anti-Malarial Drug To Fight COVID-19

US President Donald Trump on Saturday said that he has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to supply hydroxychloroquine tablets that can be used to treat COVID-19 patients."After call today with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India is giv...
NDTV
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Mumbai Man Who Recovered From COVID-19 Welcomed With Claps

Mumbai Man Who Recovered From COVID-19 Welcomed With Claps

A young man who has recovered from coronavirus was warmly greeted with applause in his housing society in Mumbai. The Kandivali resident recovered after he was treated at the city's Kasturba Hospital.
NDTV
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2 Top Health Officials Test Coronavirus Positive In Madhya Pradesh

2 Top Health Officials Test Coronavirus Positive In Madhya Pradesh

Two top health officials in Madhya Pradesh were among the 25 new patients tested positive for coronavirus on Saturday, taking the total number of infected people in the state to 179, officials said.The test reports of the two senior individuals - ...
NDTV
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Porter says he is listening to the ACTU regarding IR laws and casual workers

Porter says he is listening to the ACTU regarding IR laws and casual workers

Attorney General Christian Porter speaks to the media in Canberra about his 'co-operative open, frank and honest way' he is engaging with the ACTU. "We won't be waiting weeks or months for thousands of individual agreements to get changed," Mr Por...
Australian Associated Press
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India To Turn Off Lights For 9 Minutes Tonight On PM's COVID-19 Appeal

India To Turn Off Lights For 9 Minutes Tonight On PM's COVID-19 Appeal

Eleven days into a total lockdown to control spread of novel coronavirus or COVID-19, India will turn off lights for nine minutes at 9 pm tonight after Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation on Thursday morning and gave a call for unity...
NDTV
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"Proud Of You": Pakistan Air Traffic Controller To Air India's COVID-19 Relief Flights

"Proud Of You": Pakistan Air Traffic Controller To Air India's COVID-19 Relief Flights

National carrier Air India, which has operated numerous relief and evacuation flights worldwide amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, has received messages of praise from several countries.The latest nation to join that list is the one least expect...
NDTV
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Economic 'life boat' is going out on Wednesday when Parliament sits says Porter

Economic 'life boat' is going out on Wednesday when Parliament sits says Porter

Attorney General Christian Porter speaks to the media in Canberra about the sitting of Parliament next Wednesday to pass the JobKeeper payment system legislation. Mr Porter says there are a number of challenges to changes in the industrial relatio...
Australian Associated Press
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2 More Infected With COVID-19 In Mumbai's Dharavi, Total Rises To 5

2 More Infected With COVID-19 In Mumbai's Dharavi, Total Rises To 5

Two more people have been found infected with COVID-19 in Dharavi near south Mumbai, taking the total number of positive coronavirus cases to five in the crowded area. The last person to test positive before these two fresh cases was a 35-year-old...
NDTV
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Coronavirus Cases Cross 3,000 In India, 75 Deaths

Coronavirus Cases Cross 3,000 In India, 75 Deaths

Seventy-five people have died across India after being infected with novel coronavirus, the Health Ministry said on Saturday, as the country recorded 525 fresh cases and 13 deaths in the last 24 hours. This takes the total number of COVID-19 cases...
NDTV
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The Biggest Stories Of April 04, 2020

The Biggest Stories Of April 04, 2020

The Biggest Stories Of April 04, 2020
NDTV
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Virus pandemic disrupts Appalachian Trail dreams

Virus pandemic disrupts Appalachian Trail dreams

Hikers on the Appalachian Trail face difficult decisions as the coronavirus pandemic worsens: postpone a dream or ignore warnings and keep hiking.
Associated Press
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Sidewalk messages left for hospital workers

Sidewalk messages left for hospital workers

Colorful chalk messages reading, ‘thank you for what you’re about to do’ and ‘you’re extraordinary,’ are left for hospital workers on sidewalk in New Orleans.
Associated Press
1min
Trump defends firing U.S. intel watchdog

Trump defends firing U.S. intel watchdog

U.S. President Donald Trump defended his decision to fire the top watchdog of the U.S. Intelligence Community, saying Michael Atkinson did "a terrible job" in handling the whistleblower complaint that triggered an impeachment probe of Trump last year
Reuters
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Thousands of military to be sent to states -Trump

Thousands of military to be sent to states -Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday the U.S. government would be deploying thousands of military personnel to states to help them deal with the coronavirus crisis, and New York City which accounts for more than a quarter of the U.S deaths, w
Reuters
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Another ship with virus victims docks in Florida

Another ship with virus victims docks in Florida

A cruise ship with coronavirus patients onboard, including two fatalities docked in Florida on Saturday - the third liner to do so in the last 48 hours.
Associated Press
1min
AP Top Stories

AP Top Stories

US facing tough weeks in fight against virus; Sweden's virus strategy under scrutiny; UK clothes factory pivots to making PPE; Pope warns against profitting from pandemic
Associated Press
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Medical support facility prepared in New Orleans

Medical support facility prepared in New Orleans

State medical and emergency officials are preparing for Monday's opening of the Morial Convention Center, which is being converted into a medical support facility to help local hospitals care for patients infected with the new coronavirus.
Associated Press
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Trump says 'a lot of death' ahead in virus fight

Trump says 'a lot of death' ahead in virus fight

President Donald Trump said Saturday the United States was heading into what could be its "toughest" weeks as cases of the new coronavirus swell nationwide.
Associated Press
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Classic European cycling race to be held virtually this year

Classic European cycling race to be held virtually this year

Thirteen cycling professionals will cycle more like hamsters on wheels than riders on their bikes in a virtual race.
Euronews
Italian doctor treats coronavirus patients at home

Italian doctor treats coronavirus patients at home

One Italian oncologist has shown how to ease pressure on intensive care beds in hospitals by treating people at home.
Euronews
The Cambridge kids' cutest moments

The Cambridge kids' cutest moments

Take a look at Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis's cutest moments over the years.
Press Association
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WATCH | 4 April: 9 confirmed deaths, 1 585 positive cases of coronavirus in South Africa

WATCH | 4 April: 9 confirmed deaths, 1 585 positive cases of coronavirus in South Africa

South Africa now has 1585 cases of coronavirus infections, and nine confirmed deaths, health minister Zweli Mkhize said in a statement on Saturday. 53 937 tests have been done.
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UK nationals trapped on cruise ship return to UK

UK nationals trapped on cruise ship return to UK

UK nationals return to the UK after being stranded on a cruise ship hit by a fatal outbreak of Covid-19. Ian and Morven Rae, Rodger and Anne Robertson, David Laws and Paul Wilson recount their experiences.
Press Association
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Ignoring COVID-19 restrictions can have ‘devastating effects and endangers lives,’ Ontario Premier D

Ignoring COVID-19 restrictions can have ‘devastating effects and endangers lives,’ Ontario Premier D

Ontario Premier Doug Ford says people are putting lives at stake if they don't self-isolate or stay home to stop the spread of COVID-19. To drive home the message, the province issued another emergency alert warning everyone other than essential p...
Canadian Press
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5-year-old among latest UK coronavirus victims

5-year-old among latest UK coronavirus victims

The UK government has extended its condolences to the family of a 5-year-old child who died in hospital after being infected with the novel coronavirus.
Reuters
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Trudeau ready to talk to Trump about masks

Trudeau ready to talk to Trump about masks

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he plans to talk to U.S. President Donald Trump about White House orders to Minnesota-based 3M to stop exporting its surgical-grade face masks. Trudeau says he is not looking at counter-measures against this move...
Canadian Press
1min
WATCH | Corona se p**s! Man arrested after bragging about 'doing tik' in front of police station

WATCH | Corona se p**s! Man arrested after bragging about 'doing tik' in front of police station

A young man has been filmed seemingly doing drugs in front of the Lyttelton police station in Pretoria, Gauteng.
24.com
WATCH | Race against time to complete temporary shelter for 2 000 homeless people in Cape Town

WATCH | Race against time to complete temporary shelter for 2 000 homeless people in Cape Town

The urgent construction of a massive Covid-19 temporary shelter is under way to house more than 2 000 homeless people in Cape Town.
24.com
U.S. watchdog vows 'aggressive' oversight after Trump fires intel official

U.S. watchdog vows 'aggressive' oversight after Trump fires intel official

The top U.S. federal watchdog vowed on Saturday to continue to conduct "aggressive" independent oversight of government agencies, after President Donald Trump fired the inspector general of the U.S. intelligence community late Friday night. This repo
Reuters
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Cuomo: NY within 7-day range of virus apex

Cuomo: NY within 7-day range of virus apex

Cuomo: NY within 7-day range of virus apex
Associated Press
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Carrie Symonds 'on the mend' after suffering Covid-19 symptoms

Carrie Symonds 'on the mend' after suffering Covid-19 symptoms

Boris Johnson's pregnant fiancee Carrie Symonds has said she is "on the mend" after suffering coronavirus symptoms. The 32-year-old, who is expecting the couple's baby in early summer, falls into the group of vulnerable people urged to avoid cont...
Press Association
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New York state virus toll spikes by record 630 deaths in a day: Governor

New York state virus toll spikes by record 630 deaths in a day: Governor

New York state's coronavirus toll rose at a devastating pace to 3,565 deaths Saturday, Governor Andrew Cuomo says, up from 2,935 the previous day, the largest 24-hour jump recorded there.
AFP
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Wear A Mask Or Not: Doctors Take Your Questions

Wear A Mask Or Not: Doctors Take Your Questions

In a departure from past policy, the government is now recommending that everyone wear a mask even if it is a homemade one. Yet, US President Donald Trump said his administration is encouraging Americans to wear face masks in public, but conceded ...
NDTV
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Amul Says Ensuring Milk Supply Despite COVID-19 Lockdown

Amul Says Ensuring Milk Supply Despite COVID-19 Lockdown

Despite the massive disruptions in supply chains across India because of the 21-day lockdown, dairy major Amul said it is doing everything it can to ensure milk and essential food items are available. Amul Managing Director RS Sodhi explains how t...
NDTV
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Uber Pitches In Fight Against Covid-19

Uber Pitches In Fight Against Covid-19

As the number of coronavirus cases in India crossed the 3,000-mark, it has been an incredibly difficult two weeks for healthcare professionals, who have been facing difficulty reaching their workplaces because of limited mobility options during th...
NDTV
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Fighting Coronavirus: Humanity Above Religion

Fighting Coronavirus: Humanity Above Religion

In a crisis like the coronavirus pandemic, one of the communities that has been at the forefront of working for society has been the Sikhs. In India and across the world, the society could take a que from them to help others.
NDTV
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Coronavirus-5G link the 'worst kind of fake news'

Coronavirus-5G link the 'worst kind of fake news'

Michael Gove and Stephen Powis condemn stories linking coronavirus and 5G.
ITN
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Coronavirus-5G link the 'worst kind of fake news'

Coronavirus-5G link the 'worst kind of fake news'

Michael Gove and Stephen Powis condemn stories linking coronavirus and 5G.
ITN
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