On April 15, legislative elections will go as planned but with new coronavirus safety features, and the government's handling of the virus is a top issue.
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Instead of mass layoffs, Germany tries to safeguard employment.
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Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Russian President Vladimir Putin are at the center of the devastating oil price war. President Trump has inserted himself into the fray.
Voters in Wisconsin head to the polls for a primary election. British Prime Minister Johnson is moved to the intensive care unit of a London hospital. And, Japan is declaring a state of emergency.
With church soup kitchens closed because of the coronavirus, an Italian couple in Naples are feeding the homeless and hungry by lowering baskets of food from apartment balconies.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved into intensive care at a London hospital after experiencing days of persistent symptoms, including a fever and cough. He tested positive for COVID-19 last month.
Japan's Prime Minister will announce a state of emergency Tuesday, in Tokyo and six other regions. It's largely symbolic since most people are following government advice already.
The former Vatican treasurer, who had been the highest-ranking Roman Catholic cleric ever found guilty of sexual abuse, was ordered released from prison, where he was serving a six-year sentence.
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During an unannounced visit to the USS Theodore Roosevelt on Sunday, acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly tried justifying to its catcalling crew members his sacking of their skipper.
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A north-south divide is again dividing Europe, this time in response to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mexico's president promises to expand support for the nation's poor and aged, but those who work in the informal economy, like street vendors, say they won't be able to survive without working.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to the intensive care unit of a London hospital. Johnson was recently diagnosed with COVID-19.
Horacio Arruda was a little-known bureaucrat. Now his face is on T-shirts, loaves of bread, and memes and videos all over social media. Quebec's deputy health minister has become a local celebrity.
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Johnson, 55, was admitted to the hospital on Sunday after testing positive for COVID-19 on March 26. But Downing Street officials said on Monday that the U.K. leader's condition has worsened.
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Acting Prime Minister Leo Varadkar reregistered as a medical practitioner with the country's Health Service Executive in March and will begin to work one shift a week.
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Moscow's spike in COVID-19 infections has forced an economic shutdown in far-flung territories where the coronavirus has so far shown minimal bite.
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Although people fleeing war or humanitarian crises know about the dangers of COVID-19, many are also worried about being persecuted if the disease spreads in their communities.
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"Especially during a pandemic, it is insanity for Russian-led forces and Ukrainians to be killing each other," write former U.S. envoys to Ukraine William B. Taylor, Steven Pifer and John E. Herbst.
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A highly critical letter from Capt. Brett Crozier that was leaked to the media cost him his command of the coronavirus-infected USS Roosevelt. Now the man who fired him says he's not being discharged.
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The prime minister confirmed Monday that he would issue the declaration that allows governors of hard-hit prefectures to issue stay-at-home directives.
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