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Coronavirus: Virgin Atlantic will fold without aid, warns Branson
Sir Richard Branson says he is not asking for a handout, but a commercial loan to save the airline.
Coronavirus: Brazil's Bolsonaro joins anti-lockdown protests
Jair Bolsonaro has repeatedly said that the risk posed by coronavirus has been exaggerated.
Facebook reveals Gaming app to rival Twitch and YouTube
The social network accelerated the launch of Facebook Gaming due to the coronavirus lockdown.

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Richard Wadani: Austrian Nazi deserter dies aged 97
Richard Wadani was drafted to fight for Nazi Germany in 1939, but deserted and switched sides.
Coronavirus: Germany relaxes shop closures
Some German school pupils are also back in class, but social distancing remains in force.

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Palghar lynching: India police arrest more than 100 suspects
Three men have been beaten to death in Palghar district despite a strict lockdown across the country.
Coronavirus lockdown: NZ to ease restrictions after 'stopping explosion'
The country, which has relatively few cases, has been praised for its quick and strict response.
Coronavirus: Three Sydney beaches re-open for exercise
Coogee, Maroubra and Clovelly beaches allow exercise after three weeks of being shut to the public.
Coronavirus in Latin America: How bad could it get?
BBC reporters in Brazil, Ecuador, Venezuela, Colombia and Nicaragua explain how the pandemic is affecting the region.
Coronavirus journey: The 'last cruise ship on Earth' finally comes home
From political storms to presidential pleas, it has been quite a journey for the MSC Magnifica.
US oil prices drop to 21-year low as demand dries up
Coronavirus downturn has put major pressure on oil prices with demand slumping and storage running out.
Australia coronavirus lockdown: Kangaroo hops through empty Adelaide streets
South Australia Police have spotted a kangaroo on the empty city streets during coronavirus lockdown.
Disney stops paying 100,000 workers during downturn
Entertainment giant Disney will stop paying nearly half its workforce as it battles virus shutdowns.
The translators giving indigenous migrants a voice
Indigenous Central American migrants can be left voiceless when facing US immigration authorities.
Coronavirus: The fear of being sentenced to a Kenyan quarantine centre
Kenyans worry about being put into coronavirus quarantine where conditions are said to be like prison.
How Typhoid Mary left a trail of scandal and death
The chilling story of an Irish immigrant cook who brought typhoid to well-to-do families in New York.
India coronavirus: Should people pay for their own Covid-19 tests?
Experts question if India can effectively fight the outbreak if it will only pay for some tests.
Gold mining in Ghana: Going underground with a child miner
Thousands of illegal gold mines tempt children into potentially lucrative but very dangerous work.
Fruit labourers: 'If you don't want to work like a slave, you're out'
The BBC investigates allegations of exploitation in Spain's fruit and vegetable growing region Almeria.
Coronavirus: Amazon extends closure of French warehouses
Amazon shuts its warehouses until Wednesday amid a row over sanitary conditions for workers.
Coronavirus: US faced with protests amid pressure to reopen
Residents demand relaxation of infection prevention measures despite signs it is too soon to reopen.
Iran warns US Navy over Gulf incident
The US Navy accused Iranian vessels of "dangerous and provocative actions" in the Gulf on Wednesday.
Coronavirus: 'Staff infected' in Afghan presidential palace
Up to 40 members of President Ashraf Ghani's staff have tested positive for the virus, reports say.
Canada shooting: Gunman kills at least 16 in rural Canada
A gunman dressed as a policeman killed at least 16 people including a police officer in Nova Scotia.

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