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Coronavirus: Girl, 12, becomes youngest known person to die in Europe
A 12-year-old Belgian girl has become the youngest known person in Europe to die after contracting coronavirus.
Coronavirus: US deaths exceed China's after rising to 3,393
The number of people who have died in the US after testing positive for coronavirus has risen to 3,393, exceeding China's 3,305 reported fatalities.
Has Italy reached its peak in coronavirus cases?
Europe's hardest-hit nation, Italy, has reached 100,000 cases of coronavirus and recorded more deaths than any other country.
Coronavirus: Brazil president refuses to ramp up COVID-19 lockdown as Facebook pulls video
Brazil's president has refused to extend the country's coronavirus quarantine measures because of job losses and the impact on the poor.
Coronavirus: Why hasn't Sweden gone into lockdown over COVID-19 pandemic?
Sweden has largely remained open for business during the coronavirus outbreak, with many bars, shops and restaurants welcoming customers.
Coronavirus: World-renowned neurosurgeon dies after being diagnosed with COVID-19
A world-renowned surgeon who separated conjoined twins four years ago has died after being diagnosed with coronavirus.
Trump gets Seoul population wrong by 28 million after boasting he knows South Korea 'better than anybody'
Donald Trump misstated the population of South Korea's capital city by around 28 million people, moments after telling a news conference he knew the country "better than anybody".
Coronavirus: India's workforce left stranded miles from home after lockdown
India's lockdown has hit its large casual worker population who are now faced with near-impossible journeys home from the country's industry hubs.
Houseparty offers $1m reward to anyone who can prove it was part of smear campaign
Popular video messaging app Houseparty is offering a $1m (£811,000) bounty to anyone who can prove it has been targeted by a commercial "smear campaign".
Coronavirus: UK doubles intensive care beds on Falkland islands
Britain is sending military medics and specialist kit to double the intensive care capacity on the Falkland Islands because of the global coronavirus pandemic, Sky News can reveal.