Deadly India riots overshadow Trump's visit

Deadly India riots overshadow Trump's visit

At least seven people have been killed and around 150 injured in clashes, according to authorities, in riots sparked by a controversial Indian immigration law. The violence comes during U.S. President Donald Trump's first official visit to India.
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Trump touts Saudi-Russia oil deal to halt price war

Trump touts Saudi-Russia oil deal to halt price war

The two top crude producers are said to slash output by as much as 15 million barrels a day - an unprecendented 15% of global supply. Ryan Brooks has more.
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U.S. Navy relieves commander who wrote letter urging coronavirus action

U.S. Navy relieves commander who wrote letter urging coronavirus action

The U.S. Navy announced on Thursday it had relieved the commander of the U.S. aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt, who wrote a scathing letter that leaked to the public asking Navy leadership for stronger measures to control a coronavirus outbreak on
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Cougars venture into quarantined Santiago for food

Cougars venture into quarantined Santiago for food

Chilean authorities captured a second cougar in little more than a week late Wednesday after the cat was spotted strolling through an upscale suburb of Santiago amid the evening quiet imposed nationwide. Gavino Garay has more.
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Coronavirus-hit cruise ships able to dock in Florida

Coronavirus-hit cruise ships able to dock in Florida

Two Holland America cruise ships with coronavirus patients aboard were finally allowed to dock at a port near Fort Lauderdale, resolving a days-long impasse that drew the attention of President Donald Trump. Jillian Kitchener has more.
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Why is New Orleans' coronavirus death rate twice New York's? Obesity is a factor

Why is New Orleans' coronavirus death rate twice New York's? Obesity is a factor

The coronavirus has been a far deadlier threat in New Orleans than the rest of the United States, with a per-capita death rate much higher than in New York City. Doctors, public health officials and available data say the Big Easy's high levels of ob
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Twitter removes accounts linked to governments

Twitter removes accounts linked to governments

The social media company said it took down thousands of accounts linked to governments around the world, accusing them of posting pro-government content.
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"Quarantine life brought my family closer together"

"Quarantine life brought my family closer together"

A photographer based in New York returned to her parents home in Norway for quarantine, and says it's brought her family closer together.
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Top EU court: eastern states broke law by refusing refugees

Top EU court: eastern states broke law by refusing refugees

The European Union's top court ruled on Thursday that Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic had broken the law by refusing to host refugees to help ease the burden on southern states such as Greece and Italy after a surge in migrant arrivals from 20
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Virus changes burials of Israelis and Palestinians

Virus changes burials of Israelis and Palestinians

A rising death toll in the coronavirus crisis is forcing a change in Jewish and Muslim burial and mourning traditions in the Holy Land.
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London food banks seeing surge in demand

London food banks seeing surge in demand

As the economic impact of the UK's lockdown continues to bite, food banks in London are experiencing a surge in demand.
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Pakistan commutes death sentence for key figure in Daniel Pearl murder

Pakistan commutes death sentence for key figure in Daniel Pearl murder

The main accused in the murder of U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl is likely to walk free in the coming days, after a Pakistani court commuted his death sentence.
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Medic unions say Spain ignored doctors' warnings

Medic unions say Spain ignored doctors' warnings

Unions representing medical staff in Spain say that the coronavirus crisis there was partly self-inflicted, because the national government ignored warnings from doctors on the ground.
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South Korea allows absentee voting in election

South Korea allows absentee voting in election

About 4,000 patients now receiving treatment can cast their ballot by mail or as an early absentee at the upcoming parliamentary elections, South Korean officials said Thursday.
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'Shoot them dead:' Philippine leader on lockdown violators

'Shoot them dead:' Philippine leader on lockdown violators

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Wednesday (April 1) he would not hesitate to have his soldiers shoot dead those who violated coronavirus lockdown measures.
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Australia announces free childcare for six months

Australia announces free childcare for six months

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on Thursday, a subsidy for childcare centres, part of the country's ongoing bid to keep businesses going during the coronavirus pandemic.
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104-year-old veteran's drive-by birthday celebration

104-year-old veteran's drive-by birthday celebration

When Ruth Gallivan couldn't go anywhere for her 104th birthday, she was surprised when her neighbors and friends in San Diego, California brought the party to her front door. Ryan Brooks has more.
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Filipino teen prints face shields for health workers

Filipino teen prints face shields for health workers

Marcus Chu is a 16-year-old student in Manila, where school classes have been suspended amid a citywide lockdown. But Marcus is putting his free time to good use, making face shields for frontline doctors with his 3D printer at home. Gloria Tso has m
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'Look at us today, see yourself tomorrow,' NY Gov. Cuomo warns

'Look at us today, see yourself tomorrow,' NY Gov. Cuomo warns

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday warned that no one is immune from getting the coronavirus, including young people, those in rural areas of the country - and his own brother, Chris, a CNN anchor who revealed one day earlier he tested positive for the virus. Lisa Bernhard has more.
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Florida's DeSantis issues coronavirus stay-at-home order

Florida's DeSantis issues coronavirus stay-at-home order

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said he would sign an executive order limiting all but essential services for 30 days starting on Thursday night to try to slow the spread of the coronavirus, after facing heavy criticism for not issuing a statewide stay
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Riding out the pandemic in Guatemala

Riding out the pandemic in Guatemala

A young woman is riding out the coronavirus in San Pedro La Laguna, who like many other Americans abroad in Latin America are sheltering in place until the number of cases simmers in now global epicenter, the United States.
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Pelosi wants 'vote by mail' provisions in next stimulus bill

Pelosi wants 'vote by mail' provisions in next stimulus bill

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Wednesday she wants to virus-proof the November election by including funding to boost voting by mail in the next pandemic response plan being put together by Democrats in the House of Representatives. Freddie
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How Europe sleepwalked into the COVID-19 crisis

How Europe sleepwalked into the COVID-19 crisis

Before Europe embarked on a scramble for masks, ventilators and testing kits to fight coronavirus, governments told Brussels their healthcare systems were ready and there was no need to order more stocks, EU documents seen by Reuters show. This repor
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World faces 'most challenging crisis' since WWII -U.N. chief

World faces 'most challenging crisis' since WWII -U.N. chief

The COVID-19 pandemic is "the most challenging crisis we have faced since the Second World War," said the United Nations chief on Tuesday.
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UK ramps up health worker testing

UK ramps up health worker testing

Testing of frontline staff will go from the thousands to hundreds of thousands within the coming weeks, Public Health England's Medical Director Yvonne Doyle said on Wednesday.
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