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Date Title
2020-05-18 Coronavirus: How Australia's PM rebuilt his reputation fighting the virus

Scott Morrison, yelled at during the bushfire crisis, is getting plaudits for his virus response.

2020-05-18 Fang Fang: The Wuhan writer whose virus diary angered China

A controversial diary written during the early days of the pandemic has been translated into English.

2020-05-18 Coronavirus vaccine: First evidence jab can train immune system

Larger trials now needed to see if the vaccine can protect against the coronavirus.

2020-05-18 Lockdown in a virus-hit migrant camp

An Afghan journalist and refugee locked down in one of Europe’s migrant camps looks at the conditions in Malakasa camp.

2020-05-18 Ryanair: Air passenger quarantine plans 'idiotic'

CEO Michael O'Leary tells BBC Radio 5 Live that measures to contain coronavirus have too many exemptions to be effective.

2020-05-18 Coronavirus: Spain set for basic income to ease crisis pain

The government plans a basic monthly income for hard-up families - something few in Europe have tried.

2020-05-18 South Africa's Cyril Ramaphosa jokes about arrest for breaking coronavirus rules

Cyril Ramaphosa says "come, before we get arrested" to fans who get close to take a photo.

2020-05-18 Coronavirus football: FC Seoul apologises for 'sex dolls' in stands

A company that produces sex toys gave the club 30 mannequins to fill some of their empty seats.

2020-05-18 Japan's economy slips into recession amid coronavirus woes

The world's third biggest economy has fallen into recession for the first time in more than four years.

2020-05-18 Coronavirus: Can India replace China as world's factory?

Delhi is keen to exploit any shift in global investment flows prompted by the coronavirus crisis.

2020-05-18 Coronavirus: US woman, 96, speaks Welsh for first time in 40 years

Ray McDermott, who suffers short-term memory loss, was afraid she would never speak Welsh again.

2020-05-18 One dead after Canadian Snowbirds acrobatic jet crashes into home

The Snowbirds jet was on a mission to boost the morale of Canadians fighting the spread of Covid-19.

2020-05-18 Coronavirus: Hospitals in Brazil's São Paulo 'near collapse'

Public hospitals in São Paulo have reached 90% capacity for emergency beds, the city's mayor warns.

2020-05-17 Coronavirus: Why Africans should take part in vaccine trials

Scientists in Africa explain that any trials would be properly regulated and so the scare stories should be ignored.

2020-05-17 Coronavirus: Heath workers face violent attacks in Mexico

While in many countries doctors and nurses are being praised for their work on the coronavirus front line, in Mexico dozens have been attacked.

2020-05-17 Coronavirus: European countries set to further ease lockdowns

Italy, Spain and Portugal are among the countries that will relax their restrictions from Monday.

2020-05-17 Coronavirus: They grabbed my breasts and said, 'You're not a woman'

Panama's lockdown allows men and women out on alternate days - but for trans people it's been tough.

2020-05-17 Coronavirus: Fasting for Ramadan on the front line

What's it like to fast for Ramadan as a healthcare worker during the coronavirus pandemic?

2020-05-17 Cornoavirus: Tears inside Milan’s quarantine hotel

Italy may be reopening shops, restaurants and hairdressers, but people here are still living in limbo.

2020-05-17 Coronavirus: Calls to investigate global response

Health leaders are to call for an independent review amid scrutiny of the WHO's handling of the crisis.

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