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Int'l Herald TribuneApr 10, 2020
Live Coronavirus News Updates
Every country needs the same lifesaving tools, but nationalist-minded leaders are jeopardizing access for all. Michigan will ban travel between homes. California saw a drop in patients in intensive care, but its governor said "one data point is not a trend."

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Coronavirus live updates: HHS begins $30 billion in aid, British prime minister moved out of ICU (CNBC World News)

MSNBC Int'l NewsApr 10, 2020
Dark humor of U.K. medical staff on show during COVID-19 crisis
A model skeleton was left looking out of a window above the emergency department sign at St. Thomas' Hospital in London.

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Live Stream White House Coronavirus Friday Briefing: How to Watch Trump's Latest COVID-19 Update (Newsweek)

Int'l Herald TribuneApr 10, 2020
Business Updates During Coronavirus Pandemic: Live Coverage
The latest on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

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Postcards From The Pandemic (NPR Headline News)

CNBC World NewsApr 10, 2020
UK's exit strategy from coronavirus lockdown could see young adults released first
U.K. officials are considering an exit strategy from the coronavirus lockdown that would allow young people to be the first to resume their ordinary lives.

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Coronavirus Lockdowns Extended as Easter Break Begins: Live Updates (Int'l Herald Tribune)

Int'l Herald TribuneApr 10, 2020
New Trump Attack Ad Falsely Suggests Former Washington Governor Is Chinese
The ad, which calls Joe Biden soft on China and includes an image of former Gov. Gary Locke of Washington, an Asian-American, comes at a time of rising xenophobia over the coronavirus.

BBC Front PageApr 10, 2020
Coronavirus: New York ramps up mass burials amid outbreak
Drone footage shows coffins stacked in a pit in the city, as the state logs more cases than any country.

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Judge blocks ban on some Texas abortions during outbreak (ABC News)

FT.com - Comment & AnalysisApr 10, 2020
Opec/Russia oil deal: group sink
Agreement will only postpone serious supply and demand imbalances for a month or so

Reuters World NewsApr 10, 2020
On Russian border, China scrambles to contain coronavirus influx
A small Chinese city on the border with Russia is mounting an increasingly urgent defence against a surge of new coronavirus cases even as crowds return to restaurants and shops in much of the rest of the country.

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China to ease internal migration curbs this year to lift virus-hit economy (Reuters World News)
China on knife edge between recovery and new virus wave (CNN World)

Int'l Herald TribuneApr 10, 2020
New York and Coronavirus: Live Updates
The city has been burying more and more unclaimed bodies from morgues on an island off the Bronx.

ABC NewsApr 10, 2020
Coronavirus map: Tracking the spread in the US and around the world
The novel coronavirus outbreak began in China in late December. There are over 1.6 million confirmed cases worldwide and over 466,000 in the United States.

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World's worst humanitarian crisis deepens as coronavirus hits Yemen (FT.com - Europe)

CNBC World NewsApr 10, 2020
New York state now has more coronavirus cases than any country outside the US
New York state has more confirmed coronavirus cases than any other country outside of the United States, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

CNBC World NewsApr 10, 2020
UK PM Johnson in "very good spirits" after leaving intensive care — spokesman
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in "very good spirits" after returning to a hospital ward from intensive care but his recovery is at an early stage, his spokesman said on Friday.

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson 'almost took one for the team,' father says (ABC News)
PM Johnson recovering from COVID-19 as Britons told to shun outdoors (Reuters World News)

CNBC World NewsApr 10, 2020
Coronavirus updates: Germany cases jump more than 5,300; outbreak at Chicago's largest jail
The number of new confirmed cases in Germany continued the upward trend from the past few days. Infections jumped by 5,323 in the past 24 hours to a total of 113,525, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute for infectious diseases.

NPR Headline NewsApr 10, 2020
A Son In Wuhan Wants A Moment Alone With His Father's Remains. The Government Says No
Zhang Hai's father died of the coronavirus on Feb. 1 and was cremated. Ashes can now be picked up but the government requires a chaperone for visits to the crematorium as well as for burials.

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Pakistani students in Wuhan emerge from lockdown, far from home and with psychological scars (Reuters World News)

Reuters World NewsApr 10, 2020
Hungary's 'real test' yet to come, PM says, as coronavirus cases jump
Hungary needs more ventilators and intensive care hospital beds as part of its efforts to weather the coronavirus crisis, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday, as the government reported the single biggest daily increase in infections.

BBC News Front Page | WorldApr 10, 2020
UK clarifies lockdown rules over policing fears
No 10 says people can buy what they like from shops which remain open - and use their gardens as they wish.

NPR Headline NewsApr 10, 2020
COVID-19 Death Toll Approaches 100,000 As Globe Grapples With Containment
Just over a week ago, the death toll was roughly half what it is now. Confirmed cases of the coronavirus have been reported in nearly every country across the world.

NYTimes GlobalApr 10, 2020
Cities Are Flouting Flood Rules. The Cost: $1 Billion.
Cities and towns nationwide are failing to properly restrict construction in flood zones, an analysis for The Times found, violating taxpayer-subsidized insurance rules.

FT.com - EuropeApr 10, 2020
Coronavirus latest: Global pace of increase in Covid-19 cases steadies
Prices fall as traders fear reductions will fail to offset biggest demand collapse in history

CNBC World NewsApr 10, 2020
Europe approves $590 billion in virus stimulus but fails to fix differences over joint debt
Euro zone finance ministers sealed a new coronavirus stimulus package on Thursday worth around half a trillion euros, but officials delayed a crucial decision on whether to issue joint debt instruments.

CBC Top StoriesApr 10, 2020
'We are as much at risk': COVID-19 cases rise among health-care workers
More than 600 Ontario health-care workers have tested positive for the coronavirus. Cases are popping up in dozens of hospitals and long-term care homes across the province. At least one hospital staff member has died. Yet, despite everything, front-line workers are staying the course.



Reuters World NewsApr 10, 2020
War-ravaged Yemen confirms first coronavirus case, braces for more
Yemen reported its first case of the novel coronavirus on Friday as aid groups try to prepare for an outbreak in a country where war has shattered the health system and spread hunger and disease.

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Reuters World NewsApr 10, 2020
Vietnam to disburse $30 billion of public investment funds this year to tackle virus impact
Vietnam will aim to disburse $30 billion in public investment funds this year, up 67% year-on-year, the government said on Friday, as it seeks to boost an economy hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak that has infected 255 people nationally.

Int'l Herald TribuneApr 10, 2020
Trump Wants 50 Wisconsins on Election Day
The G.O.P. has turned voting in person into a death threat.

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Fox News Poll Shows Biden Dead Even With Trump if 2020 Election Was Held Today (Newsweek)

NewsweekApr 10, 2020
Violent Inmate Imprisoned for Strangulation but Released Due to Coronavirus Outbreak Tries to Rob Bank
James Little, 40, was released from Rikers Island in New York after being incarcerated for strangulation earlier in the month.

NYTimes GlobalApr 10, 2020
Baltimore Hopes Surveillance Planes Lower Crime, but Residents Fear Abuse
The A.C.L.U. has challenged a six-month trial program endorsed by the police chief in a city with one of the highest murder rates in the nation.

NYTimes GlobalApr 10, 2020
The Fine Line Between Helpful and Harmful Authenticity
When we express ourselves, let's not forget to think of others.

Reuters World NewsApr 10, 2020
Philippines stops health workers going abroad to fight coronavirus
The Philippines has stopped doctors, nurses, medics and other healthcare workers from going abroad while it needs their skills to meet the threat of the coronavirus spreading at home, a foreign affairs official said.

BBC News Front Page | WorldApr 10, 2020
UK PM Johnson 'must rest up', says his father
It comes as scientific adviser says the UK lockdown might eventually be lifted by age group and location.

FT.com - EuropeApr 10, 2020
Opec and Russia reach deal to cut oil production by 10m barrels a day
Prices fall as traders fear reductions will fail to offset biggest demand collapse in history

NPR Headline NewsApr 10, 2020
Legal Fight Heats Up In Texas Over Ban On Abortions Amid Coronavirus
The state banned all elective medical procedures, including abortions, amid the outbreak. Abortion-rights activists say Texas is "exploiting this crisis to ... ban abortion in the U.S."

NewsweekApr 10, 2020
What Does a Furlough Mean for Your Employment Rights During the Coronavirus Crisis?
Companies across the U.S. have furloughed workers due to the halt to the economy caused by COVID-19.

CNBC World NewsApr 10, 2020
China says Taiwan attacks on WHO are 'venomous', aimed at independence
Taiwan responded angrily to the WHO director general's assertion that "racist slurs" against him had originated in Taiwan, and demanded he apologize.

CNBC World NewsApr 10, 2020
As the coronavirus takes hold in Detroit, pandemic magnifies city's poverty, racial disparities
Black people make up about 14% of Michigan's population, but 40% of all COVID-19 deaths — most of which are in Detroit.

NPR Topics: NewsApr 10, 2020
How Colleges Are Grading Students During Coronavirus
As colleges shift to online classes, many schools are beginning to reevaluate how they grade students. One common option: going pass-fail.

Reuters World NewsApr 10, 2020
Latest on the spread of the coronavirus around the world
The number of confirmed infections of the novel coronavirus were reported to have exceeded 1.56 million globally and the death toll rose above 95,000, according to a Reuters tally as of 0200 GMT.

NPR Topics: NewsApr 10, 2020
'Raccoon Dog' Wandered Onto Army Base In Syria And Helped Center Soldier
When Rumi wandered onto a military base in Syria, 1st Lt. Shelby Koontz took her in. She didn't want to abandon Rumi when her deployment ended, so Koontz used social media to find her a forever home.

NPR Topics: NewsApr 10, 2020
How 1 State Says It's Being Left Out Of Airlifted Supply Chain
The Trump administration says it's directing critical medical supplies "to the right place at the right time." But Gov. Steve Bullock says Montana isn't seeing any of that help.

NPR Headline NewsApr 10, 2020
Racial Slurs And Swastikas Fuel Civil Rights Pressure On Zoom
Civil rights groups warn that white nationalists and others are using the video-meeting platform Zoom to target people based on their race, sexuality and religion.

CBC Top StoriesApr 10, 2020
Against a common foe, nations around the world go their own way on pandemic
Individual countries may indeed be toiling against a common foe in the form of the virus, but the picture of an international community working together and offering a co-ordinated response remains very much a work in progress. 



NPR Headline NewsApr 09, 2020
How San Francisco's D.A. Is Decreasing The Jail Population Amid COVID-19
Chesa Boudin's radical leftist parents were imprisoned when he was a toddler. Now he's working to reduce the inmate population in San Francisco — and worrying about his dad, who remains in prison.

NPR Headline NewsApr 09, 2020
EU Finance Ministers Reach $590 Billion Coronavirus Rescue Deal
The key feature a bailout fund that would make about $261 billion available for indebted countries. The funds must be used for health care, cure and prevention costs associated with COVID-19.

MSNBC Int'l NewsApr 09, 2020
U.S. deaths top 16,000, Boris Johnson out of intensive care
Here are the latest coronavirus updates from around the world.

Reuters World NewsApr 09, 2020
UK PM Johnson leaves intensive care, remains under observation
Prime Minister Boris Johnson left intensive care on Thursday evening as he continues to recover from COVID-19, but he remains under close observation in hospital, his office said on Thursday.

Reuters World NewsApr 09, 2020
Canada lifting a freeze on arms exports to Saudi Arabia, opposition wants big deal scrapped
Canada is lifting a freeze on weapons exports to Saudi Arabia and has renegotiated a much-criticized $14 billion contract to sell General Dynamics Corp armored vehicles to Riyadh, Ottawa said on Thursday.

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NPR Headline NewsApr 09, 2020
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson Leaves ICU Amid Treatment For COVID-19
"He is in extremely good spirits," his office said. Johnson's emergence from intensive care is good news for the leader, who remains in the hospital after testing positive for the coronavirus.

BBC Front PageApr 09, 2020
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson out of intensive care but remains in hospital
Boris Johnson is moved to a ward, where he will continue to receive treatment for Covid-19, Downing Street says.

NewsweekApr 09, 2020
Saudi Arabia Supertankers Sent To U.S. in Advance of Oil Meeting
So far this month, at least seven supertankers carrying a total of 14 million barrels of oil are currently traveling to the U.S. Gulf Coast.

NewsweekApr 09, 2020
Fox News Host Jedediah Bila and Husband Recovering from Coronavirus: 'This Is a Crazy Time'
It's unclear whether the 'Fox & Friends' co-host tested positive for COVID-19 since many people with symptoms haven't been able to get tested.

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A Wall Street Bank's Hard-Driving Culture Pushes Traders Into the Office (Int'l Herald Tribune)

NewsweekApr 09, 2020
Louisiana Coronavirus Update: State Reports 18,283 Cases and 702 Deaths, Cruise Ship Docks in New Orleans
The state has become one of the country's hot spots during the outbreak.

NPR Topics: NewsApr 09, 2020
Advocates: Inmates Released Early Due To Pandemic Need Help To Safely Shelter
In California, former inmates released early to help reduce coronavirus risks behind bars lack support when they get out, say advocates, who want better, organized help to address the crisis.

MSNBC Int'l NewsApr 09, 2020
Taiwan's coronavirus success bolsters case for joining WHO, experts say
A dispute over whether the island issued an early warning about the outbreak is overshadowed by its decadeslong fight with China.

FT.com - EuropeApr 09, 2020
BoE to directly finance extra government spending
Move allows ministers to spend more in short term to combat coronavirus without tapping gilts market
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