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Coronavirus: US weekly jobless claims hit 6.6 million
The Federal Reserve unveils more measures to shore up the economy as weekly jobless claims hit 6.6 million.
Coronavirus: Worst economic crisis since 1930s depression, IMF says
Global economic growth will turn "sharply negative" this year due to the pandemic, the IMF warns.
Coronavirus: WHO chief and Taiwan in row over 'racist' comments
Taiwan rejects accusations by the UN health body's head that racist slurs against him originated there.

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BepiColombo: Mercury mission set to wave goodbye to Earth
The joint European-Japanese mission is set to swing by Earth on its long journey to the "iron planet".
Yemen: World Food Programme to cut aid by half in Houthi-controlled areas
The World Food Programme feeds more than 12 million Yemenis a month, 80% in Houthi-controlled areas.
Clothing makers in Asia give stark coronavirus warning
Millions of jobs in Asia’s vital garment industry are at risk due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: 'I'm in lockdown with my long-lost sister'
Sue Bremner and Margaret Hannay had only met once before they ended up in coronavirus lockdown together.
Africa's week in pictures: 3-9 April 2020
A selection of the best photos from across the continent this week.
Coronavirus in South Africa: The lull before the tsunami?
South Africa sees an unexpected slow-down in the daily rate of infections, writes Andrew Harding.
Coronavirus: How South Korea is teaching empty classrooms
South Korea's children have gone back to school - but coronavirus means class looks very different.
Coronavirus: Should surfers still be out on the waves?
In Australia, for one, some beaches are closed but others remain packed. So should people stay away?
How to celebrate some of the most important religious celebrations of the year - virtually
How to celebrate some of the most important religious celebrations of the year digitally and safely.
Coronavirus: Seven people stuck in a lift. Then one coughs...
A new film explores race and fear in the age of the coronavirus. The BBC's Tom Brook interviewed the director.
Oil producers agree to cut production by a fifth
The group will cut production by 10 million barrels a day from May to combat a fall in demand.
EU agrees €500bn coronavirus rescue package
EU ministers reached the deal after long talks, pledging support for countries hit hard by coronavirus.
ISS crew blast off after long quarantine
Traditional fanfare is abandoned as a team head for the International Space Station.
Coronavirus: Italy might relax some measures
Italian PM Giuseppe Conte said he might begin to relax some measures by the end of this month.
Mysteries of decorated ostrich eggs in British Museum revealed
Five Easter-egg sized decorated ostrich eggs in the British Museum are the subject of a new study.
Coronavirus: The teenagers still learning during lockdown
Students from Denmark, Japan, Spain and the UK talk about how studying when schools are closed.
Coronavirus: Christians face lockdown for Easter
Europe's Easter celebrations are extraordinarily constrained by the pandemic.
Coronavirus: Spain PM sees 'fire coming under control'
Pedro Sánchez is the latest leader to express cautious optimism about the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus fuels a surge in fake medicines
With the world's major medicine producers in lockdown, dangerous counterfeit drugs are on the rise.
Coronavirus: Bangladesh locks down a million in Rohingya camps
Cox's Bazar district hosts camps housing more than a million Rohingya Muslims displaced from Myanmar.
Coronavirus: World Bank predicts sub-Saharan Africa recession
The region's economy will shrink for the first time in 25 years because of the coronavirus, the bank predicts.

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