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Coronavirus: Spain surpasses China COVID-19 cases as deaths rise to 7,340
Spain has become the third country to confirm more cases of coronavirus than China - as its number of deaths rose by 812 in a day to reach a total of 7,340.
Coronavirus could mean weather forecasts are less accurate
Weather forecasts could become less accurate as the number of flights across the world continues to decrease due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Moscow aims to 'fully control' citizens' movements amid COVID-19 lockdown
Moscow is intending to "practically fully control the movement of citizens" to enforce quarantine measures as the Russian capital begins a full lockdown.
Coronavirus: Indian PM Narendra Modi apologises for tougher lockdown measures
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked the nation's poorest communities for forgiveness after ordering further restrictions to combat the spread of coronavirus among its 1.3 billion people.
Coronavirus: Oil costs hit 2002 low as markets digest surge in infections
The cost of Brent crude oil has hit its lowest level since November 2002 as financial markets eye deepening economic damage from the coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus: How lockdowns have caused drop in air pollution across the world
Air pollution appears to have decreased in urban areas across the world as cities continue to be locked down to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Why Boris Johnson and other world leaders have become more popular during outbreak
Boris Johnson's popularity - like that of the majority of world leaders - has risen significantly during the coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus: Elderly couple stuck on virus-hit cruise ship 'just want fresh air'
An elderly couple from Northamptonshire has issued a plea "just to get some fresh air" after spending the past nine days stuck in a cramped cabin on a coronavirus-infected cruise ship.
Coronavirus: France moves patients on high-speed trains to ease pressure on worst-hit hospitals
Thirty-six critically-ill coronavirus patients have been transferred across France in two high-speed trains.
Coronavirus outbreak 'may kill 200,000 Americans' as Donald Trump reveals expected peak
Donald Trump has said coronavirus deaths in the US are expected to peak in two weeks - as his top scientific adviser warned the outbreak could kill up to 200,000 Americans.
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